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Old 03-23-2009, 06:32 PM   #1
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Default i need more braking power to my 1/8 DM 1 Spec

as the title says, i need more brake, first lap or two the braking is fine, then it is like i toss the brake away!!! no brake....i read in a thread that some of the guys are putting dual disk from the CTR...so can anyone can point me it the right direction to make this mod? thanks!!!
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as the title says, i need more brake, first lap or two the braking is fine, then it is like i toss the brake away!!! no brake....i read in a thread that some of the guys are putting dual disk from the CTR...so can anyone can point me it the right direction to make this mod? thanks!!!
try to clean your pads with alcohol or a strong servo
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Old 03-23-2009, 08:39 PM   #3
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well i have a 9100T so i know the servo is not the problem....it is just the disk is too small for a big car...i want to convert to a 2 disk but i dont know how to do it...
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I just took my DM-1 Spec out for the first time for practice last weekend. I had installed the Ofna special brake pads (36659) with the laser cut steel rotor (49009). I had more brake than I could use and ended up turning it way down on the radio. Give them a try. You can find them in the "Option Parts" section of DM-1 Spec parts if you look them up on the Nitrohouse website.
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I had installed the Ofna special brake pads (36659) with the laser cut steel rotor (49009). I had more brake than I could use and ended up turning it way down on the radio. Give them a try.
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Old 03-24-2009, 07:38 PM   #6
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thanks guys!!! i didn't know nitrohouse have DM1 parts!!! thanks again
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thanks guys!!! i didn't know nitrohouse have DM1 parts!!! thanks again
they specailize in dm-1 parts
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