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Old 05-13-2009, 01:29 AM   #4126
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I've come across anther thing The aluminium piece that holds the exhaust pipe stay to the upper deck does not fit in without a bit of dremmel work. I've checked and checked and double checked the manual and i'm not doing anything wrong, it actually looks different than the manual's. Has anyone else had this problem or did i get a dud kit?

It's a tight fit, that's for sure.

I've been using the KM-RC front alu bearing holder, this has a mount for the exchaust in it. its less flexible (you have to bend the exhaust spring to fit the pipe) but it might help you...
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Old 05-13-2009, 02:06 AM   #4127
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I've come across anther thing The aluminium piece that holds the exhaust pipe stay to the upper deck does not fit in without a bit of dremmel work. I've checked and checked and double checked the manual and i'm not doing anything wrong, it actually looks different than the manual's. Has anyone else had this problem or did i get a dud kit?
mate ive build 4 nt1's never had an issue
is it the 09 nt1?
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Old 05-13-2009, 04:37 AM   #4128
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mate ive build 4 nt1's never had an issue
is it the 09 nt1?
Nah it's the 08 kit. I bought it second hand but it's brand new still, never actually been used.
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Old 05-14-2009, 10:47 AM   #4129
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Hi Guys,

just to share with you:
chech this out

http://teamxray.com/teamxray/news/ne...fdd4f8ab30dc6e

cheers

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Old 05-14-2009, 11:32 AM   #4130
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once again congradulations KWT-NITRO keep it up
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Old 05-16-2009, 08:48 AM   #4131
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Just an odd observation, but is the front blue spring a different colour to the rear blue spring?

Also, with the 09 kits, the photos show a red brake pad, but included was a black one.

Finally, anyone using the rear back post stops? (# 331342) - just wondering if these will make the rear shock tower more exposed to breakage, as I am sure a good hit (or accident and flip) would crack the tower
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hey does anyone know how many teeth are on the rear diff gear.
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41 I believe
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Just an odd observation, but is the front blue spring a different colour to the rear blue spring?

Also, with the 09 kits, the photos show a red brake pad, but included was a black one.

Finally, anyone using the rear back post stops? (# 331342) - just wondering if these will make the rear shock tower more exposed to breakage, as I am sure a good hit (or accident and flip) would crack the tower
The blue springs have a light purple hue to them, so the color could be off just a tad. as for the red brake pads....I would say use the KM-RC ones, they are the best brake pads I have ever had., and for the rear back post stops....I have been using them for almost 9 months now and have not broke a rear shock tower yet, till the day I took them off and then I broke the shock tower., so I would say that they help in saving the shock tower.
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Just wondering have any one tried the Intellect LiPo Receiver Battery Pack 7.4v #IP-2200J2S
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Can anyone please tell me how many teeth the rear diff pulley has? Thanks!
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I need a bit of advice rather urgently. I don't have one way lube yet (order still hasn't arrived) but i want to finish breaking my motor in. Is there something that i could use just for today to get me out of trouble. Like after run oil or a drop of silicone oil, air filter oil etc.

Thanks, much appreciated
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I need a bit of advice rather urgently. I don't have one way lube yet (order still hasn't arrived) but i want to finish breaking my motor in. Is there something that i could use just for today to get me out of trouble. Like after run oil or a drop of silicone oil, air filter oil etc.

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One way lube is just a very thin oil. you can use your normal bearing oil if urgently needed.
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