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Old 01-26-2010, 07:09 AM   #4756
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is anybody running kopropo mid/low profile servos on the nt1 if so which ones you guys using and how do you like them thanks
My throttle servo is a KO 2413, I haven't had any issues with it and it's been working great for me.
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I hate you, lol.. giving away my secrets.
Ok, will keep all the other special tricks to myself.

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is anybody running kopropo mid/low profile servos on the nt1 if so which ones you guys using and how do you like them thanks
I use them on throttle and steering
Futaba 9551 on Throttle and Team orion on Steering.
The Futaba worked great all year, the Team Orion I haven't tested yet.
The throttle servo is lowered by 7 mm. And moved inwards around 2mm.

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I hate you, lol.. giving away my secrets.
Don't worry, I don't think most people are going to start sanding a perfectly good belt.
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I use them on throttle and steering
Futaba 9551 on Throttle and Team orion on Steering.
The Futaba worked great all year, the Team Orion I haven't tested yet.
The throttle servo is lowered by 7 mm. And moved inwards around 2mm.

I used team orion in both throttle/steering in my NT1 for one season and im going for the second....
The only issue i had is that was too fast for my hands and i had to regulate it from my m11!!
About the belt,i heard someone spray them with WD40 just to reduse the friction...I didnt try yet,cause i think NT1 is rolling perfect...
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My throttle servo is a KO 2413, I haven't had any issues with it and it's been working great for me.
Yes me too use KO 2413 !
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Don't worry, I don't think most people are going to start sanding a perfectly good belt.
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Old 01-26-2010, 02:35 PM   #4762
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Don't worry, I don't think most people are going to start sanding a perfectly good belt.
I know, I was just teasing. Its actually not that big of a secret a fair number of people do it anyhow.
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Old 01-26-2010, 02:38 PM   #4763
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About the belt,i heard someone spray them with WD40 just to reduse the friction...I didnt try yet,cause i think NT1 is rolling perfect...
Cheers...
You can soak them in WD40, doesn't make a huge difference. I tried it when I first got my NT1 back in the day. My initial impression was it may have attracted more dirt ? It was the first race of the season and the track was a bit dirtier than usual so I called the results inconclusive and went back to the stock belts.
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Since everyone is sharing updates since its still freegin raining and we can't race in my area.







Started life as a mugen starter box, Anodized blue, made chassis stops that DONT move lol, 4S lipo with blueprinted motors, and j concepts chassis protective sheet on the top Need to finish it out by adding O-rings to the start switch to prevent mid race failures like I had last year. And with the obligatory Xray, Max, Hudy, and NT1 decals.

Waiting for 2413 servos so I can take off a couple grams off the right side. And put less ballast on the left side of the car.

-Before anyone asks, no I am not running ellegi tires. They are old tires that I had that I made into setup tires 51/53mm
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Old 01-27-2010, 09:25 PM   #4765
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Nice looking starter box!

I'm in the process of reading through the whole thread and noticed you work or worked on Pro Formula Mazda cars? Did you work for World Speed Motorsports?

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Started life as a mugen starter box, Anodized blue, made chassis stops that DONT move lol, 3S lipo with blueprinted motors, and j concepts chassis protective sheet on the top Need to finish it out by adding O-rings to the start switch to prevent mid race failures like I had last year. And with the obligatory Xray, Max, Hudy, and NT1 decals.

Waiting for 2413 servos so I can take off a couple grams off the right side. And put less ballast on the left side of the car.

-Before anyone asks, no I am not running ellegi tires. They are old tires that I had that I made into setup tires 51/53mm
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Nice looking starter box!

I'm in the process of reading through the whole thread and noticed you work or worked on Pro Formula Mazda cars? Did you work for World Speed Motorsports?
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Cool, you have a PM.

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Cool, you have a PM.
whats funny is I haven't touched one in years, but I still remember every little detail lol. Many nights were spent getting familiar with those.
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About the belt,i heard someone spray them with WD40 just to reduse the friction...I didnt try yet,cause i think NT1 is rolling perfect...
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i and other teammates use silicone oil. it reduce friction and it also protect the belt

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Since everyone is sharing updates since its still freegin raining and we can't race in my area.







Started life as a mugen starter box, Anodized blue, made chassis stops that DONT move lol, 4S lipo with blueprinted motors, and j concepts chassis protective sheet on the top Need to finish it out by adding O-rings to the start switch to prevent mid race failures like I had last year. And with the obligatory Xray, Max, Hudy, and NT1 decals.

Waiting for 2413 servos so I can take off a couple grams off the right side. And put less ballast on the left side of the car.

-Before anyone asks, no I am not running ellegi tires. They are old tires that I had that I made into setup tires 51/53mm
Nice Body & Starer box !
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