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Old 02-17-2009, 12:50 AM   #3766
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Any body knows how to use this transponder part:
http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/pro...p?prod_id=1985


What is the difference between mounting in front vs on the side?

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Old 02-17-2009, 02:20 AM   #3767
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I have difficulties in removing my 2nd speed pinion gear. Any tips or is there a

tool to clamp down the clutch bell ? I have both pinion removal tools with me.

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mate have you tried the xray pinion removal tool?
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Old 02-17-2009, 02:39 AM   #3768
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does anyone know when the new nt1 09 spec release date is? and how much will it be going for??????
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Old 02-17-2009, 09:47 AM   #3769
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mate have you tried the xray pinion removal tool?
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Yeah thanks...I was using that. Just that there isn't a tool for me to hold the clutch bell down to unscrew the bigger pinion.

Btw, does anyone know the spring rate for the stock silver springs that came with the car? I can't get on Xray's website...anyone experiencing that too?

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Old 02-17-2009, 09:54 AM   #3770
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Yeah thanks...I was using that. Just that there isn't a tool for me to hold the clutch bell down to unscrew the bigger pinion.

Btw, does anyone know the spring rate for the stock silver springs that came with the car? I can't get on Xray's website...anyone experiencing that too?

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Here's the tool that would hold the clutch bell while you use the pinion gear tool. It's also a Flywheel holder...
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The car comes with 33 weight springs in front and 28 in the rear
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Old 02-17-2009, 03:25 PM   #3771
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I'm using the exceed 7.4 volt lipo, it is very light and power is great. only charge every second race meet so far .
...which i suggested you should run about 1 year ago, and you said "meeehh it's too light" then you went on about something about weight etc etc

"get a brass battery tray" i said


"nahh because...*bla bla bla" i only heard the first few words then i tuned out when i realised you wouldn't listen

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I'm using the exceed 7.4 volt lipo, it is very light and power is great. only charge every second race meet so far .
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...which i suggested you should run about 1 year ago, and you said "meeehh it's too light" then you went on about something about weight etc etc

"get a brass battery tray" i said


"nahh because...*bla bla bla" i only heard the first few words then i tuned out when i realised you wouldn't listen

yep xceed is the way to go nice and cheap too
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Relax the four top screws and four bottom screws. Tigthen all the screws at the position where you can spin the gears the most freely.
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I tried to mount my throttle servo under the upper deck instead of being on top but i noticed it wouldnt work do you think getting a low profile servo would be a good idea
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I tried to mount my throttle servo under the upper deck instead of being on top but i noticed it wouldnt work do you think getting a low profile servo would be a good idea
I've been running the low profile servo's in the car for more than a year now with no problems. And for the throttle servo, it is under the deck. I've just switched over to the half hight servo's to run in the steering..(KO servo's)
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you use em for both steering and throttle ? whats the model number for the ko low profile servo .....are they fast?
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PDS 2413 and Futaba 9550 I just switched to the KO servo's
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WHICH ONE IS FASTER
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WHICH ONE IS FASTER
I believe the KO is faster and has more torque. Whats goin on kid
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thanks....wassup D hows xray treating you
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