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Old 01-04-2004, 09:07 AM   #406
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hahahahaha. If I keep looking at that thing, I'll end up giving Harmony an e-mail for a price and just do it...
Do it...do it!!
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Old 01-04-2004, 06:07 PM   #407
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sorry to butt in and change the subject but i have a few questions. I going to be buying an LD3 Pro. What style reciever pack are you useing? Stick or hump? Also where is the best place in the usa to buy the ld3 pro? How can i tell if im getting the newer version with the kit updates?
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sorry to butt in and change the subject but i have a few questions. I going to be buying an LD3 Pro. What style reciever pack are you useing? Stick or hump? Also where is the best place in the usa to buy the ld3 pro? How can i tell if im getting the newer version with the kit updates?

NitroHouse has the best price.
I use Stick pack.
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will nitrohouse garantee that i will be getting the newer version with all the kit updates?
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No store will.
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Old 01-04-2004, 07:35 PM   #411
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SirioInside, you dont want a centax clutch, 3mm chassis etc??
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wait, which one is better? the origanal release or the second release. How can i tell which one is which.
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You said what shop in USA, = OFNA version. The OFNA version and Hong Nor (the rest of the world hehe) versions are different. (Centax clutch, chassis, foam tyres and maybe other stuff). One thing you do get extra in the OFNA version is a second diff..

Someone correct me if im wrong here
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sorry to butt in and change the subject but i have a few questions. I going to be buying an LD3 Pro. What style reciever pack are you useing?
You can use 5x1 2/3 cell...or 3x2 AAA cells for the RX pack....
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wait, which one is better? the origanal release or the second release. How can i tell which one is which.
As far as I know...all the current version of the Pro come with the in-line pipe. The first batch of the HN version came with a pipe which uses the rubber coupling. Besides that there has not been and changes to the HN version.

In terms of what has changed in the Champion edition;

1. Alloy steering mount. It is the newer "wide" mount and the cross bar which goes across the fixed pivot is now threaded.

2. The kit comes with a set of long and set of short steering turnbuckles (depending on which holes you use on the steering rack).

3. The centre alloy mount as a cross screw to lock down the brake pad screws.

4. They have included a long brake lever, coming off from the throttle servo.

5. Upper deck has 2 additional holes next to the steering servo. I assume this will be to mount a handle for the car?
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there has also been "minor" updates.. Both my Pros have the silicone coupling exhaust but the first one I purchased had the faulty one-way bearing (that was replaced free of charge)..

Champion edition sounds very nice.. Darn this money thing
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you bet the car makers are making every effort to empty your wallet !
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Old 01-04-2004, 11:17 PM   #418
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hey i brought a LD3 RTR version and i was wondering how ya ment to run it in propally becase i took it for a spin and didnt no that u had to run it in and i was drivin it like 3/4 speed so should i still run it in or what should i do
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As far as I know...all the current version of the Pro come with the in-line pipe. The first batch of the HN version came with a pipe which uses the rubber coupling. Besides that there has not been and changes to the HN version.

In terms of what has changed in the Champion edition;

1. Alloy steering mount. It is the newer "wide" mount and the cross bar which goes across the fixed pivot is now threaded.

2. The kit comes with a set of long and set of short steering turnbuckles (depending on which holes you use on the steering rack).

3. The centre alloy mount as a cross screw to lock down the brake pad screws.

4. They have included a long brake lever, coming off from the throttle servo.

5. Upper deck has 2 additional holes next to the steering servo. I assume this will be to mount a handle for the car?
So interms of the pro they hadn't changed much? Also I will be getting the LD3 Pro. WIll that be compatable with a rear exhast non p/s SG SHaft engine?
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does any1 here have a LD3 RTR version if so and you have msn could you add [email protected]
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