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Old 06-23-2004, 01:49 AM   #12961
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I believe the speed is the same
The speed might be the same but if I am going to use drag brake then the extra torque wouldnt hurt. I think I will order the S9451
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Old 06-23-2004, 01:59 AM   #12962
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welcome back Chris!! My son was born on June 6 and weigh 7lbs , 8 ounces very very happy!!!
Great to hear... What is his name. I dont really understand the pounds and ounces, but it sounds healthy. How is the wifey after that 'ordeal' (for lack of a better word)Great I hope.
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Old 06-23-2004, 02:04 AM   #12963
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Thanks dude.


Guys,

I was also wondering if I should get KO Digis 2344 or 2343? I am leaning towards the 2344 servo with lotsa torque.. What do you guys think?
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Then it'll be similar to the graphite grease I've got, but with the liquid carrier.

Cheers, Mark.
What is the grease you have, I am sure it is, I revived a BADLY seized fan this morning. got is going. I love this stuff. Dry penetrating grease... I want to try it on my thrust bearing and see. used it on my belts and got a good 5Km\h more... not tried on the track yet.

What happened... I hope you get well soon.
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Old 06-23-2004, 02:12 AM   #12965
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I checked out the S9550 and its not as long but there must be a downside to it. It seems like it doesnt have as much torque and speed? I think the S9451 suits my 710 better
I 'm using 9550 on my 710 with HRS Receiver ..It works just fast enough ....
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Old 06-23-2004, 02:15 AM   #12966
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Glad you like the Dri-Slide Baxter. I knew you would, makes everything silky smooth. Got my Mugen Super Grease last week. Going to rebuild my 710 now and use that on the diff balls and Centax thrust bearing. Can't wait to run my car again.
I am sure. Is the Mugen grease also silky?

That Dri-Slide rules. I ordered 4 bottles as I dont know what 4oz is, then when it never arrived, the guy sent another batch, the first batch is here, the second should arrive soon, that is 8 bottles... I will contact them and get them to charge me for the second batch too as it is not right.
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Old 06-23-2004, 02:23 AM   #12967
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Anyone use digital servos, how much battery does it drain more compared to standard servos? I would like to use it for my throttle(Futaba S9451)will it fit the 710? What are your thoughts on digital servos?
I do, I wave a 800Mah... Lasted for 2 +1Hour runs, and the car stood for 2 weeks, this is Pretty good, I think, my transmitter needed a charge before my receiver pack.
I have a have KO Speedy and a red Multiplex
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Old 06-23-2004, 02:27 AM   #12968
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I wish... but she is not the prettiest girl in SA, I have seen many better looking ones... but she is a great actor.

try www.thunda.com. you will see a lot of gorgeous SA girls on there.
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Old 06-23-2004, 02:41 AM   #12969
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This is not what I did at all. I merely replaced the stock outdrives with these.
Ah, my bad. Dang. Now I released a secret I have held for 6 months plus.

Will have to go work on something else now for 6 months

Lucky for me I have another secret regarding the rear diff Im working on.
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Ah! Don't forget the "other" pictures you promised us ...
You want me to give away all my secrets

Oh..... Them pictures. I will definately get them up for you
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Old 06-23-2004, 02:47 AM   #12971
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Thanks dude.


Guys,

I was also wondering if I should get KO Digis 2344 or 2343? I am leaning towards the 2344 servo with lotsa torque.. What do you guys think?
I suggest the 2343, we went through this and I got the 2343, This thing is SUPER strong and fast too...
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What is the grease you have, I am sure it is, I revived a BADLY seized fan this morning. got is going. I love this stuff. Dry penetrating grease... I want to try it on my thrust bearing and see. used it on my belts and got a good 5Km\h more... not tried on the track yet.

What happened... I hope you get well soon.
For thrust bearings. Have you tried the black grease that comes in the dremel kits (the stuff used for grinding). I have been using it since last year and not had a blown thrust bearing since. Doesnt need changed or reapplied as often either.
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Thanks dude.


Guys,

I was also wondering if I should get KO Digis 2344 or 2343? I am leaning towards the 2344 servo with lotsa torque.. What do you guys think?
2343 is THE servo as far as I am concerned
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I suggest the 2343, we went through this and I got the 2343, This thing is SUPER strong and fast too...
Hi,
When using 2343 is it true that the transmitter should ON first before connecting servo to battery?
Otherwise, the servo would not work, is it true ?

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For thrust bearings. Have you tried the black grease that comes in the dremel kits (the stuff used for grinding). I have been using it since last year and not had a blown thrust bearing since. Doesnt need changed or reapplied as often either.
I think this may be a good idea, I have also not blown one, runs beautifully with my molybdenum grease, but it gets flung all over the body, not sticky enough, I need to reapply often, or it will be dry, I do it after a days run.
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