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Old 02-02-2008, 03:17 PM   #2596
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anyone switch to the new Aluminum Shocks? I have heard a few complaints about the stock plastic ones... I even heard of people putting 720 shocks on their NT1's, this true?
yes a couple of nt1 at our local track have change them
they dont seem too leak like the plastic ones
just make shore you buy xray shockes as the another brands dont work with the adjustable shocks
i changing my as of today as 2 of my plastic ones were cracked and one had a hole in it
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ok, im thinking a BLS451 for steering and an S9452 for throttle...yes, the 9452 is $20 cheaper!
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i have an MRC Superbrain 960 charger laying around... will this handle the duties of charging the 1600 receiver packs? i noticed on the reciever pack, they have reciever plugs on the wires... may sound like a stupid question, but how do i charge if the MRC only has the standard style plugs??
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Old 02-03-2008, 09:45 AM   #2599
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Buy or build a charging cable with on one side the standard charging plugs and the other side a reciever type plug.
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anyone switch to the new Aluminum Shocks? I have heard a few complaints about the stock plastic ones... I even heard of people putting 720 shocks on their NT1's, this true?
I'm planning on getting them... it's to make a shock more consistent because the temperature is dissipated better...

No trouble with the plastic shocks though.. building takes a while to do properly, but that's with every brand...
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Old 02-03-2008, 10:58 AM   #2601
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Aluminum shocks also have a slightly different feel to them and will take some laps to break them in the stock shocks are great, but being that aluminum is more durable they would be a nice addition to the car.
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ok, im thinking a BLS451 for steering and an S9452 for throttle...yes, the 9452 is $20 cheaper!
Sounds like you're going to have some good combo in your car
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Sounds like you're going to have some good combo in your car
whats up diatta how is it going man, and yeah that does sound like a killer servo combo when i need to get some new ones i just might go the same route but till than just keep using my 9451's if aint broke dont mess with it....
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Dee its done just gotta do the clutch missing screws for receiver box and for front top bumper brace
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whats up diatta how is it going man, and yeah that does sound like a killer servo combo when i need to get some new ones i just might go the same route but till than just keep using my 9451's if aint broke dont mess with it....
Meron what's up looks like you have the right car to do some damage for next season Good choice I'm just gonna try and wait patiently for spring to come
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Dee its done just gotta do the clutch missing screws for receiver box and for front top bumper brace
Sounds like you've made a lot of progress this past week hurry up and find those screws, your almost there. Are you satisfied with the build so far???
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goes together with no problems but again if you've built one kit their all the same most impressed with the improvement on the serpent shock no sanding of the piston necessary.
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i might be selling a brand new nt1. It is built.
I has a RB .12 engine installed, 3 tanks through engine for break-in, so its new. Also has a new speedline pipe.

Could split up but would rather sell all together.

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i might be selling a brand new nt1. It is built.
I has a RB .12 engine installed, 3 tanks through engine for break-in, so its new. Also has a new speedline pipe.

Could split up but would rather sell all together.

$650
Whywhat's up with that, you have more than one that you own?
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Meron what's up looks like you have the right car to do some damage for next season Good choice I'm just gonna try and wait patiently for spring to come
yeah got the sweet ride for this year man, its beautiful.....you and me both just itching to race nitro since cant make it to winternats or kyosho invitational just got to wait for chris to have 301 ready for us i guess.....Way to go GIANTS also....I love watching the Pats lose.....
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