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Old 12-12-2007, 08:15 AM   #976
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My new body tell me what you guys think about it.

the mtx4r sticker is magnificent
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Old 12-12-2007, 08:31 AM   #977
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ditto... Love the sticker!!!!
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Old 12-12-2007, 10:07 AM   #978
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Thanks for the reply

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ditto... Love the sticker!!!!
Yeah..... your MTX4-R sticker is the best. I like the shape of it. The fonts look aerodynamic and cool .... And how did you split the white and green ?? It's awesome












So sorry ..... , I'm just teasing you.

Seriously, not bad, very easy to spot on.
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Old 12-12-2007, 11:08 AM   #980
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I just purchased a set of Super Polyamide Bearings from Acer bearing. These bearing use HCCA balls. Any opinions on these bearings? What are HCCA balls made of? What does HCCA stand for? I also see that Tamaya uses the balls in their diffs
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Old 12-12-2007, 12:16 PM   #981
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Its silver but in the pics it does look white.
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Old 12-12-2007, 12:30 PM   #983
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For anyone with Futaba S9451 servo. I've got good news for you :

When your S9451 servo is making noisy noise at neutral position, or making noisy noise with a minor touch at the servo horn .... there is a fix. Do you want to know why ? It's because the servo is trying to center itself, but alas, the white nylon gear is damage ( in my case, the teeth are not sharp anymore ) and therefore, the lock position for neutral is somehow not define.

The Fix :

Replace the white nylon with KO PROPO Hybrid Metal Gear for PDS-2364/2344 ( part number KO-35522 ).

I did it this morning, my S9451 is working again.

Hope this helps.
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Does anyone know what the size of the bearing in the two speed housing is?
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6x13mm, the same as used on the middle shaft, rear shaft, and uprights front and rear inner
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For anyone with Futaba S9451 servo. I've got good news for you :

When your S9451 servo is making noisy noise at neutral position, or making noisy noise with a minor touch at the servo horn .... there is a fix. Do you want to know why ? It's because the servo is trying to center itself, but alas, the white nylon gear is damage ( in my case, the teeth are not sharp anymore ) and therefore, the lock position for neutral is somehow not define.

The Fix :

Replace the white nylon with KO PROPO Hybrid Metal Gear for PDS-2364/2344 ( part number KO-35522 ).

I did it this morning, my S9451 is working again.
Hope this helps.
Thank's for the great info.
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For anyone with Futaba S9451 servo. I've got good news for you :

When your S9451 servo is making noisy noise at neutral position, or making noisy noise with a minor touch at the servo horn .... there is a fix. Do you want to know why ? It's because the servo is trying to center itself, but alas, the white nylon gear is damage ( in my case, the teeth are not sharp anymore ) and therefore, the lock position for neutral is somehow not define.

The Fix :

Replace the white nylon with KO PROPO Hybrid Metal Gear for PDS-2364/2344 ( part number KO-35522 ).

I did it this morning, my S9451 is working again.

Hope this helps.
cool thx ill try that.
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cool thx ill try that.
Glad you like it.
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For anyone with Futaba S9451 servo. I've got good news for you :

When your S9451 servo is making noisy noise at neutral position, or making noisy noise with a minor touch at the servo horn .... there is a fix. Do you want to know why ? It's because the servo is trying to center itself, but alas, the white nylon gear is damage ( in my case, the teeth are not sharp anymore ) and therefore, the lock position for neutral is somehow not define.

The Fix :

Replace the white nylon with KO PROPO Hybrid Metal Gear for PDS-2364/2344 ( part number KO-35522 ).

I did it this morning, my S9451 is working again.

Hope this helps.
Great info. Can this fix work with the Futaba S9350 ?
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Great info. Can this fix work with the Futaba S9350 ?
I don't have S9350.

BTW, Tamiya Ceramic Grease is good lubricants for servo gears.
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Let your friend know that the Kyosho one piece engine mount will fit the MTX4. When I ran the 4, I had the 3-racing/Skyline mount as well as the Kyosho mount. The Kyosho mount is a bit more money, but a better quality part.
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