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Old 07-02-2009, 07:16 AM   #181
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by solid one way you mean the one way lockable like the G4S had stock right?


how much i that kit with 2 axles gonna go for?
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Old 07-02-2009, 07:17 AM   #182
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Old 07-02-2009, 07:34 AM   #183
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by solid one way you mean the one way lockable like the G4S had stock right?


how much i that kit with 2 axles gonna go for?
My standard kit had a traditional spool, not the lockable one.
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The kit comes with a solid axel ,it doesnt convert to a oneway ,thats pretty good kit comes with diff option. Anna,s on the job .
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Old 07-02-2009, 07:42 AM   #185
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ok so machinaria is including a diff and a solid axle? or is it the same one way lockable that can become a solid axle that the g4s had, because my g4rs 2008 was only a diff.

thats why I am asking.
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ok so machinaria is including a diff and a solid axle? or is it the same one way lockable that can become a solid axle that the g4s had, because my g4rs 2008 was only a diff.

thats why I am asking.
The solid comes already in the kit,yes machinaria will be adding the diff with your kit.No its not the oneway lockable.
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Old 07-02-2009, 10:23 AM   #187
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Find some picture from internet..



































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Old 07-02-2009, 10:51 AM   #188
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wow very nice detailed pics, the spur gears look very beefy.

are the belts the kfactory low friction belts or did they go back to stock better durability belts?
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Looks like you need a low profile T/B servo




Something like this right?


http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXRWS8&P=7
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Don't use 9551 on nitro, don't know why it may easy break down during run, it will stop in track, but work again when you pick it back to pit if use low profile on nitro, use KO2413 instead...
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Pics of the car look really good ,cant wait to get mine on the track.
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Boyrc let us know the weight,is gas tank 75cc let us know.
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Old 07-02-2009, 04:07 PM   #194
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Man i really like the looks of this car and might even consider getting another TM in the near future especially if it performs as good as it looks. The belts look like they are really wide so longetivity shouldn't be a problem. Those 2 speed springs look awesome, i wonder if they would fit in the NT1's 2 speed?

Just a few quick questions for those who have theirs already:

1) What are those 4 holes on the top/side of the rear hubs for?

2) Is there no switch, do you have to plug/unplug the battery every time?

3) How are the pulleys held on? I can't see any E clips or retaining screws.

4) What is the final drive ratio (FDR)

5) How does the new clutch compare to previous models?

Thanks, i have so many questions about this car i should probably just buy one and stop annoying you guys
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i know the pulleys are held on with a pin and then an o-ring goes around that pin so it doesnt fall out.
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