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Old 05-20-2010, 12:32 AM   #5296
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hi i saw a post by musti72 on another post saying that the nt1 multiflex engine mount doesn't really work that well and instead most racers have replaced it with the original one is it real? i have the multiflex one installed on my nt1 but i didn't test the stock one, what would be a better option regular one, or the multiflex?
Multiflex engine mt wasn't that great. The one piece engine mount that's out now is better and actually works well especially on med -high bite tracks
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Old 05-20-2010, 12:34 AM   #5297
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FYI: Not sure if anyone else notices this or said somting but the large belt (the 390mm one) I believe is the same as a Losi JRX-S Pro but for around $5 less.

(I was trying to see if i could find belts that were less expensive for my JRX-S and thought u guys with the NT1's might save a little $$)

Losi part # is LOSA3302

3mm x 390mm belt, Grey in color.
I had a jrxs, and there is NO way I would run one of those belts on an NT1. It would strip by the end of your qual rounds (my best guess). If your going to look for a replacement that's more cost effective look for a belt in like the kyosho, mugen etc. I would find out how long the mugen belt is if your trying to save money and finish the race..
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Old 05-20-2010, 10:39 AM   #5298
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I honestly liked the V2 Hardened steel pivot balls the best, never bent one or broke one before. In that area of the car, I'd rather have the durability than be concerned about weight savings. And to tell whether they're bent or not I guess you can just rotate them using your wrench to see if it spins true. I'd do it while the car is on the set up gauges... then again you could always just take them off to look at them.
Diatta can you bring some front bearing eccentrics for the front diffs mine are worn and I won't have time to order some and have them before Friday when I leave for N.C!!! Thanks xray must bring home all of the hardware.
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Old 05-20-2010, 01:45 PM   #5299
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Diatta can you bring some front bearing eccentrics for the front diffs mine are worn and I won't have time to order some and have them before Friday when I leave for N.C!!! Thanks xray must bring home all of the hardware.
Wish I could help you out, but I'm not going to make it down there, I'll be leaving for Texas tomorow... Someone should definitely have them trackside though, the guy that runs the program runs the NT1
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bump where's everybody at??? lol
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bump where's everybody at??? lol
At home, bemoaning the weekend rain that killed outdoor racing.
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bump where's everybody at??? lol
You scared them away with all your corner speed.
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Old 05-25-2010, 03:52 PM   #5303
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I can't seem to get a deffinite answer about the different handling characteristics between the standerd and 1degree steering blocks... Can someone eplain please...
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I can't seem to get a deffinite answer about the different handling characteristics between the standerd and 1degree steering blocks... Can someone eplain please...
1D works better on high bite tracks and gives the car more mid and exit steering. on low bite you'd most likely notice a push with them, which is where the standards work well at. The 1D's also make the car less sensitive upon corner entry.
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I can't seem to get a deffinite answer about the different handling characteristics between the standerd and 1degree steering blocks... Can someone eplain please...
you're 10ths of a second off 20 laps at BD and you want to change steering blocks? Greedy sausage head.
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At home, bemoaning the weekend rain that killed outdoor racing.
YOUR LUCKY IT RAINED, I had my car ready to come out and smack some biatches up lol.
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YOUR LUCKY IT RAINED, I had my car ready to come out and smack some biatches up lol.
You mean YOU'RE lucky it rained. You were just looking for an excuse. Have you showed up for a race this year? NO!
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You mean YOU'RE lucky it rained. You were just looking for an excuse. Have you showed up for a race this year? NO!
I was bored after kicking so much ass during carpet season . No, for real I expected the first several races to be rained out and I am busy with work, starting a new business and engineering school. Any one of which is enough of a pain in the ass. RC has taken a back seat to it all. and not that it matters that I haven't shown up, like 2 of the three races got rained out right?
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