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Old 03-18-2009, 06:43 AM   #3961
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Have you run the car with the weights in it yet? I also used weights attached with servo tape, and the weights got chucked all over the track. Combine that with a little spilled fuel which dissolves the glue on the servo tape, and you have a mess on your hands.
I ran it last weekend for about 300 laps, including a race and all the weights where still in place, actually there where really hard to get off, had to pry them off with a screwdriver. But the weights i used are the one's we also use in motorsport, they will stick to a wheel with speeds op to 340 km/h
But it only was a temporarily solution because the chassis and the brass tray are still being hold at custom's. Once i know the exact weight needed i will make a brass weight which will be screwed in place.
Don't want to run the risk to be disqualified after a race win because i lost a 5 gram weight
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a while back somebody said they use this transponder holder how is it used???
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a while back somebody said they use this transponder holder how is it used???
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do you have a picture example??
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do you have a picture example??
XRAY web site had posted !
not miss your lap , because stay in servo maybe miss lap time

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What body recomended for the Nt1 IN A short track?

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Old 03-19-2009, 06:39 PM   #3968
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Try the protoform mazda 6 i found it great on short tracks here
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Hi guys could anyone tell me if on your one way hub first gear that inside where all the pins are, check all the pins and see if there is a empty slot?
the reason why I asked is that my light weight bearing failed after 5 min run and I looked inside and notice a missing pin? so I put on the original but now have noticed that there is a pin missing in there also? is that the way they come do they come with 6 pins?
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Hi guys could anyone tell me if on your one way hub first gear that inside where all the pins are, check all the pins and see if there is a empty slot?
the reason why I asked is that my light weight bearing failed after 5 min run and I looked inside and notice a missing pin? so I put on the original but now have noticed that there is a pin missing in there also? is that the way they come do they come with 6 pins?
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No empty slots......I have one that is like that, one missin slot... The reason this happens is that when you slide it onto the 2-speed shaft, you push it on and it will sometimes eject the pin. This happened to me while doing a rebuild and when I was done, I had this very thin pin....I saved it and put it in a bearing sleave that you get when you build the car. The next day at the track, my oneway failed and upon inspecting it, it was missing a pin. I took the pin out and inserted it into the slot. never had an issue agian.
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No empty slots......I have one that is like that, one missin slot... The reason this happens is that when you slide it onto the 2-speed shaft, you push it on and it will sometimes eject the pin. This happened to me while doing a rebuild and when I was done, I had this very thin pin....I saved it and put it in a bearing sleave that you get when you build the car. The next day at the track, my oneway failed and upon inspecting it, it was missing a pin. I took the pin out and inserted it into the slot. never had an issue agian.
excellant thats good to know, I cant believe they come out???
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excellant thats good to know, I cant believe they come out???
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To prevent this from happening agian, always turn the gear while sliding it onto the 2 speed shaft.
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To prevent this from happening agian, always turn the gear while sliding it onto the 2 speed shaft.
thanks for the good advice will definately do from now on.

foolz would you know the pin size that goes in the bearing I might get a few spare just in case??

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