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Old 02-16-2008, 05:05 AM
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Originally Posted by rcfoolz View Post
YBSlow makes a brass battery tray that is 60 grams....I had to add 106grams to my car, and that was with a regular battery pack.
i'm thinking that if you use a VXR lipo like me, they are rather short, so if a machinist could make a brass tray with weight behind the battery and infront of it, that would be the perfect battery tray i wish i had a CNC machine
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Old 02-16-2008, 02:12 PM
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Way to go Team Xray, taking 1st and 3rd in the A-main way to represent, not to mention all the other Xray drivers that made it to the A-main making it the most represented car in the A-main field...
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Old 02-17-2008, 01:05 AM
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Originally Posted by TomB View Post
i just built a set of alloy nt1 shocks, they are only 2 grams heavier than the plastic versions, so if you are using the plastic versions thinking they will be a sizable weight reduction you are wrong.

also i installed a lipo in my car and titanium pivot balls, it is some 100 grams under weight damn i didn't know they were this light!

does anyone make a 100gram battery tray? ...serious? anyone?

also the hard bumper is some 25 grams heavier than the stocky

Where did you get the titanium pivot balls?! Did they fit correctly? I've installed the Serpent onces but those are a little bigger...
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Originally Posted by _cyclops_ View Post
Where did you get the titanium pivot balls?! Did they fit correctly? I've installed the Serpent onces but those are a little bigger...
got them from www.rcmarket.com.hk if memory serves correctly
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Originally Posted by _cyclops_ View Post
Where did you get the titanium pivot balls?! Did they fit correctly? I've installed the Serpent onces but those are a little bigger...

probably the 3 racing ones, so i wouldn't bother.
I also use the serpent ones with the nylon locknuts from serpent, heated the inside op the upright so they formed to the pivotball.
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Originally Posted by DS Motorsport View Post
probably the 3 racing ones, so i wouldn't bother.
I also use the serpent ones with the nylon locknuts from serpent, heated the inside op the upright so they formed to the pivotball.
no they are the rcmarket brand the other one on their website. they seem fine to me.
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hey guys, I have access to very good titanium pivot balls and T6 3mm Chassis. These are OEM in China ( but not GPM or 3 racing). The Chassis material from US. The Ti pivot ball weight 2.15g each.

Both the chassis and pivot ball was used at the weekend Big Race in China and TQ / finished A1

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?t=206332

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Originally Posted by kitracer View Post
hey guys, I have access to very good titanium pivot balls and T6 3mm Chassis. These are OEM in China ( but not GPM or 3 racing). The Chassis material from US. The Ti pivot ball weight 2.15g each.

Both the chassis and pivot ball was used at the weekend Big Race in China and TQ / finished A1

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?t=206332

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Originally Posted by kitracer View Post
hey guys, I have access to very good titanium pivot balls and T6 3mm Chassis. These are OEM in China ( but not GPM or 3 racing). The Chassis material from US. The Ti pivot ball weight 2.15g each.

Both the chassis and pivot ball was used at the weekend Big Race in China and TQ / finished A1

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?t=206332

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Originally Posted by kitracer View Post
hey guys, I have access to very good titanium pivot balls and T6 3mm Chassis. These are OEM in China ( but not GPM or 3 racing). The Chassis material from US. The Ti pivot ball weight 2.15g each.

Both the chassis and pivot ball was used at the weekend Big Race in China and TQ / finished A1

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?t=206332

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Hey Guys, Need your Expert advice in Picking the Hottest engine for my NT1?
If Price no concern...standard or modified? Which would you choose or have and why..
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Any engine will be very hot, if you lean it enough.....
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Hey Guys, Need your Expert advice in Picking the Hottest engine for my NT1?
If Price no concern...standard or modified? Which would you choose or have and why..
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Mate, Most engines working wells on NT1, most of us in Malaysia couple it with Sirio engines, some with IDM picco and Novas
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I was investigating the Nova 12+3 and the 353? Any comments on these? My friend Just picked upthe Picco Red dot and is sending to Murman to be worked on...
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can anyone help me...with the JL .12 Evo 3 i was advised that you have to use a special NT1 flywheel collar for installing the engine on the NT1 is this true? can anyone explain this...and i was also told the Skyline V12 pipe is not compatible with the Xray and this engine, is this true? thanks
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