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Old 05-23-2013, 12:29 AM   #6811
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The higher the voltage the better the performance from the servos (assuming they can handle it). I run the RSX One10 servos and they are faster and have more torque when running off 7.4v rather than 6.6v:

Torque @6V: 138oz-in, 10.0Kg-cm
Torque @7.4V: 165.6oz-in, 12.0Kg-cm

I also found I had more choice for battery size in the Lipo range so getting a battery that was a good fit for the nitro car was a bit easier.

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Old 05-23-2013, 09:32 AM   #6812
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Default HD flyweight istead of normal...?

Any chances to use Clutch Flyweight - High Dynamic instead of normal one in XCA clutch? just checked and my original is damaged and have only HD... Will it cause any damage to the clutch if i try? I know HD is bit smaller and thicker than normal black shoe.
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Old 05-23-2013, 09:59 AM   #6813
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on a fast open high bite track the hd is great but on tight technical or slick tracks it can be a bit aggressive from my experience with it IMO
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Old 05-23-2013, 10:18 AM   #6814
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on a fast open high bite track the hd is great but on tight technical or slick tracks it can be a bit aggressive from my experience with it IMO
no, you didnt get the point... i have damaged standard black shoe and want to use instead of standard HD weights for XCA clutch....
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Old 05-23-2013, 10:25 AM   #6815
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no, you didnt get the point... i have damaged standard black shoe and want to use instead of standard HD weights for XCA clutch....
I used both standard and HD flyweights in my HD clutch / standard clutch... HD shoes have the extra hole, which makes the clutch less consistant by itself. Most pros are installing M3 x 4mm set screws in the flyweight to make them more consistant.
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Old 05-23-2013, 10:41 AM   #6816
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I used both standard and HD flyweights in my HD clutch / standard clutch... HD shoes have the extra hole, which makes the clutch less consistant by itself. Most pros are installing M3 x 4mm set screws in the flyweight to make them more consistant.
Thanks a million for that!
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Old 05-24-2013, 10:09 PM   #6817
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so does anyone know the conversion of the shock spring ratings from the 2013 C vs 2012 D vs lbs.. very confusing!
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C vs. D vs. Lbs.???
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Old 05-27-2013, 12:24 PM   #6818
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i`v recently broken 2 lightweight axle`s on exact the right spot. Just between the bearing and the brakedisc holder. It happened both in finals after about 10 minutes running. The axle`s being quite new. Has anyone had this also and whats the cure? Is it just quality control or too soft material.?

i am using the standard solid axle now, just to be safe. any advise what to do is welcome since this is new to me.
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i`v recently broken 2 lightweight axle`s on exact the right spot. Just between the bearing and the brakedisc holder. It happened both in finals after about 10 minutes running. The axle`s being quite new. Has anyone had this also and whats the cure? Is it just quality control or too soft material.?

i am using the standard solid axle now, just to be safe. any advise what to do is welcome since this is new to me.
Unfortunately that's the trade off for lightweight! Cap is the same way, pillow balls r light as hell cause the threaded part is hollow, hit something n its done.....light weight dogs gotta go also......smh
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i`v recently broken 2 lightweight axle`s on exact the right spot. Just between the bearing and the brakedisc holder. It happened both in finals after about 10 minutes running. The axle`s being quite new. Has anyone had this also and whats the cure? Is it just quality control or too soft material.?

i am using the standard solid axle now, just to be safe. any advise what to do is welcome since this is new to me.
I have snapped two in the last 5-6 months. What motor do you run? I know Picco based motors with all the torque seem to cause this more than a nova based motor. I just know to have a spare axle always available.

I have actually had an issue with the dogbones in the rear axles snapping and not even touching a wall. Happened at our last major FORGASS race.
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i`ve used one lightweight axle for 2 years without a problem, but i changed it recently for a new one because it was getting marks on it. Than the problems occurred wit the two new axle`s. I still have the old one but i use a standard one now. Have used RBM3 and Picco torque in the past but i race the nova stock engine now wich is just as fast for 75% less money. Its a blast this engine.
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So its must be quality from xray is slipping i guess.
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Can anyone tell me if the capricorn big bite shock springs will work in he 2013 big bores? Getting a little impatient waiting for the xray ones to be available.
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Can anyone tell me if the capricorn big bite shock springs will work in he 2013 big bores? Getting a little impatient waiting for the xray ones to be available.
Be patient Grasshopper. I have an awesome set up if you need it. My car rotates really well at Speedworld this past weekend. Its a combo Kit set up with a Scotty B. set up combined.
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Has anyone tried the new big bore shocks back to back with normal length ones?

Any feedback?
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Old 05-30-2013, 11:39 PM   #6825
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iam interested in you set up also Team STPN
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