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Old 08-25-2007, 09:05 PM   #9166
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i havent tried it but you might be able to double up on the tank o rings.
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Old 08-25-2007, 10:59 PM   #9167
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i havent tried it but you might be able to double up on the tank o rings.
Hi NitroMaxx

Thank you for your reply... I see you are running the OS TZ, are you running the stock clutch? If so how did you set it up with the shims? Should it be the same as the manual for the OS TR?

Also with regards to the tank, have you had any issues with the washing maching effect everyone talks about in the early days of the NTC3?

Look forward to hearing from you shortly.

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Old 08-26-2007, 06:15 AM   #9168
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Hi NitroMaxx

Thank you for your reply... I see you are running the OS TZ, are you running the stock clutch? If so how did you set it up with the shims? Should it be the same as the manual for the OS TR?

Also with regards to the tank, have you had any issues with the washing maching effect everyone talks about in the early days of the NTC3?

Look forward to hearing from you shortly.

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I have the low cg fuel tank from k factory. I dont have any problems with it at all. They are pretty expensive for a tank but worth it. Im running the lightweight clutch.
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Old 08-27-2007, 02:19 AM   #9169
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I have the low cg fuel tank from k factory. I dont have any problems with it at all. They are pretty expensive for a tank but worth it. Im running the lightweight clutch.
Thank you... are you able to assist with what clutch shims i need for the clutch?

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Old 08-27-2007, 05:27 AM   #9170
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Thanks all about "the fix".I'm on it.Mario.
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Old 08-28-2007, 06:18 AM   #9171
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Hi

I got the radio gear in tonight, i had to adjust the EPA on the steering alot as it was hitting on the top deck going one way. Do i need to use Mr Dremal and remove some plastic? Also, i noticed it isn't always going back to centre straight away. This is new radio with new servos... It might have been the receiver pack just needed a top up. I will try again tomorrow, appreciate any input though.

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Old 08-31-2007, 07:00 PM   #9172
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hey everyone i am getting a factory team NTC3 Soon so i need to get all the other goodies for it, i was looking at the Werks Racing one-piece pipefor NTC3 But i cant seem to find it available anywhere, anyone know where i can order it from? also what are the key upgrades needed for the NTC3 From a stock FT Version, i have already pencilled in the K Factory Fuel tank and K Factory aluminum shock mount with carbon fiber shock tower, anything else thats essential?
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Has anyone ever tried >Team Blue Star< Nitro Tc3 Centax Clutch.
If so please let me know how it is.
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Old 09-03-2007, 02:44 AM   #9174
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i was wondering whats the best way to get rid of some cross weight in my car i dont have threaded shocks so i cant turn them down, do they make different size spring spacers? or should i change springs to a softer spring or just buy threaded shocks to cure my problem? thanks in advance
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Bundy,should not be any need to dremel.Make sure the servo is spaced properly,throw will be enough wothout any dremeling.Hoggy,you might consider the aluminum brake cam/holder.Search out "the fix"in this thread.Other than that all should be good.Rollagen.they make shock spacers for the nonthreaded shocks.Use them.No need to change springs for that.Change them for handling purposes only.Hope this helps all.Mario.
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Old 09-21-2007, 11:54 PM   #9176
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i just changed my swing rack bushings and now my steering is real slow and sometimes doesnt want to steer back from one direction to another. i was wondering if i loosen uo the nut on top of the swing rack if that would help or would i be hurting myself in the long run by doing that? thanks in advance.
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i just changed my swing rack bushings and now my steering is real slow and sometimes doesnt want to steer back from one direction to another. i was wondering if i loosen uo the nut on top of the swing rack if that would help or would i be hurting myself in the long run by doing that? thanks in advance.
Back off till it swings easily.That's the design..there is abit of play.Doesn't really affect the steering when running.
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Old 09-22-2007, 10:23 AM   #9178
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wont that wear out the bushings faster or is from crashin intocrap
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Old 09-22-2007, 10:35 AM   #9179
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My nitro tc3 [IMG]F:\DCIM\100HP607[/IMG]
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Old 09-22-2007, 10:44 AM   #9180
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How do you post pictures on rctech please.
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