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Old 12-07-2010, 01:06 PM   #5776
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Any news of the NT1 2011 ?
I would be willing to bet since they just won the worlds with the "worlds edition" type spec car, the NT1 2010 will probably remain unchanged as the base car since the 1/8th onroad is coming out.
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Old 12-07-2010, 01:41 PM   #5777
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Last year the NT1 EC (European champion out in November 2009) had been remplaced by the NT 2010 in the begining of the year 2010.

I think that xray can do the same thing in 2011.
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Last year the NT1 EC (European champion out in November 2009) had been remplaced by the NT 2010 in the begining of the year 2010.

I think that xray can do the same thing in 2011.
IF there is a change it would be minor things like MAYBE a clutch shoe, brake pad change. But since the Worlds edition still has the original brake pad I don't see them changing anything anytime soon. The EU tracks aren't usually treated with traction compound which is why they have kept the white shoe in the stock kit for so long. There aren't really that many deficiencies across the board with the 2010 car. Consider the differences between the worlds car and the 2010 car, not many other than weight distribution/ light parts which would likely remain option parts... Note there were a couple 2009 cars that didn't get revised since they were competitive as they were. XB8 etc, I think this time around its the NT1 that stays as is unless they come to a conclusion on brake pad, clutch shoe or something like that. I know Martin is very happy with the car.
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That's a great one which developed by SP Racing.
This is belongs to one of my friend.....
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I just picked up an NT1 and was wondering if my Hitec HS 945 MG steering servo is sufficient enough for the car. The servo has 152.8 oz-in @6.0V and 122 oz-in @4.8V. Also it's .12 sec. The car wil be running foam on medium bite concrete track that's 125x100...roughly that size. If you guys think the servo isn't sufficient, what do you guys recommend for steering servo. Thanks
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I just picked up an NT1 and was wondering if my Hitec HS 945 MG steering servo is sufficient enough for the car. The servo has 152.8 oz-in @6.0V and 122 oz-in @4.8V. Also it's .12 sec. The car wil be running foam on medium bite concrete track that's 125x100...roughly that size. If you guys think the servo isn't sufficient, what do you guys recommend for steering servo. Thanks
That servo will work but most tend to run something a little faster on the steering. Also hitec isn't the smoothest of servo's and I think that's a analog servo. I like the futaba bls451 for steering.
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Old 12-21-2010, 01:07 PM   #5784
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I just picked up an NT1 and was wondering if my Hitec HS 945 MG steering servo is sufficient enough for the car. The servo has 152.8 oz-in @6.0V and 122 oz-in @4.8V. Also it's .12 sec. The car wil be running foam on medium bite concrete track that's 125x100...roughly that size. If you guys think the servo isn't sufficient, what do you guys recommend for steering servo. Thanks
I tend to get angry running any servos slower than .10 , but this is all subjective. A .10 servo with an airtronics M8 is different than a .10 servo with a KO helios so in all honesty its hard to say what is the bare min speed. But something with a full metal gear set and over say 130 oz of torque would be my min requirements with a .10 or faster depending on radio (my ko 2367 and my helios are VERY FAST).

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Those are some trick flat head screws and graphite locating collars. Oh yeah, the DLS looks good too.
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Question: If i had a motor that was broken in by brand X with 20% nitro and I wanted to switch to brand Y with 30% nitro or vise versa, do I need to repeat the break in process again?
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no,just shim the motor right,and richen it from the start.
then tune from there.
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no,just shim the motor right,and richen it from the start.
then tune from there.
Okay, Thanks Gregory.
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