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Old 08-18-2009, 12:47 AM   #4426
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maybe....


do you use diff or one way for that track ? .... the track layout is top notch.
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Old 08-18-2009, 07:01 AM   #4427
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do you use diff or one way for that track ? .... the track layout is top notch.

due to work, i could not join the race and it was a miss , my friend did join and they mostly used diff. if i could found their set-up sheet will post here.
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Old 08-18-2009, 02:11 PM   #4428
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Hello from France,

my NT1 "Super Leggera" is on the way...

All XRay lightweight parts are on it.
Just waiting for the graphite receiver bracket, and low profile servos.

Here'e the Li-Po Intellect 7.4V-2200mAh (38g less than my previous 6V-1600mAh Ni-Mh) with the new XCeed micro regulator.



Au revoir.
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Old 08-19-2009, 04:27 AM   #4429
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Hello from France,

my NT1 "Super Leggera" is on the way...

All XRay lightweight parts are on it.
Just waiting for the graphite receiver bracket, and low profile servos.

Here'e the Li-Po Intellect 7.4V-2200mAh (38g less than my previous 6V-1600mAh Ni-Mh) with the new XCeed micro regulator.



Au revoir.
HI how many amp is the regulator?
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Old 08-19-2009, 08:26 AM   #4430
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Hello from France,

I don't know how many amps for the regulator (no indications).
The thing I know, I ran around 2 liters with Sanwa 2.4Ghz receiver + 2 Sav÷x Digital servo (12kg/0.08s), and no problem.

So, I think the 2200mAh Li-Po receiver pack can run up to 3 hours!!!

Au revoir.
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Old 08-19-2009, 04:55 PM   #4431
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Hello from France,

my NT1 "Super Leggera" is on the way...

All XRay lightweight parts are on it.
Just waiting for the graphite receiver bracket, and low profile servos.

Here'e the Li-Po Intellect 7.4V-2200mAh (38g less than my previous 6V-1600mAh Ni-Mh) with the new XCeed micro regulator.



Au revoir.

Hello from Kuwait

i have a small question, how are those SAVOX doing?? are you using the 1258 for both steering and throttle?? any issues or problems with them so far and how long have you been using them?? i run savox on my Kyosho MP9 and i love them, now i'm thinking about getting them for my NT1

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Old 08-20-2009, 01:18 AM   #4432
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Hello from France,

I love my Sav÷x servos. Those you can see (1258TG) have around 15 liters on a buggy and around 3 liters on the NT1. No problem, nice servo!!!
And I hope they will continue to be good because we race a 6 hours race next 30th august.

But for the NT1-09 Super Leggera, I have the new Sav÷x 1251TG low-profile servos.

Very good products...

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Old 08-20-2009, 03:19 PM   #4433
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hello from Kuwait,

merci beacoup pour ton avie, je pense que je vais chenger mes KOs pour les SAVOX 1258, moi, je les ai sur mon MP9 (1258/1256) pas de problemes de tous et bien solides comme servos. et en plus, ca quote 1/2 le prix des KOs

merci et au revoir

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Hello from France,

Thx to speak french.

But I think you should consider to choose Sav÷x 1251 (low-profile/9kg/0.09s/42g) or 1257 (standart size/10kg/0.07s/52g).
The Sav÷x 1258 is better for Off-Road.

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i have a small question, how are those SAVOX doing?? are you using the 1258 for both steering and throttle?? any issues or problems with them so far and how long have you been using them?? i run savox on my Kyosho MP9 and i love them, now i'm thinking about getting them for my NT1

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Yes Xceed regulator is smaller size !
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Hello from France,

Thx to speak french.

But I think you should consider to choose Sav÷x 1251 (low-profile/9kg/0.09s/42g) or 1257 (standart size/10kg/0.07s/52g).
The Sav÷x 1258 is better for Off-Road.

Au revoir.
i think ill go with the 1257, i dont like lowprofile servos, no reason i just dont like them

thanx again

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What are everyones thoughts on the brakes? The 08 NT1 had major brake fading after only a few minutes of hard running as they seemed to glaze.)

Are the 09 NT1's using different material? I have heard people using APP Kyosho pads (but having to do some major dremeling).

Has anyone just upradged the disc only (to say the xceed or capricorn versions) and noticed much improvement whilst still running the standard pads?

Thoughts?
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What are everyones thoughts on the brakes? The 08 NT1 had major brake fading after only a few minutes of hard running as they seemed to glaze.)

Are the 09 NT1's using different material? I have heard people using APP Kyosho pads (but having to do some major dremeling).

Has anyone just upradged the disc only (to say the xceed or capricorn versions) and noticed much improvement whilst still running the standard pads?

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Try to get your hands on the KM Racing pads and put them on with the stock disc = no more fade.
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Old 08-29-2009, 01:08 AM   #4439
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