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Old 11-25-2004, 12:25 AM   #796
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Unhappy Waiting for good weather....maybe be a very long wait!!!

Everything completed - servos, batteries, colour scheme, etc.....but winter in Germany is not condusive for good testing conditions.

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Old 11-25-2004, 01:49 AM   #797
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Everything completed - servos, batteries, colour scheme, etc.....but winter in Germany is not condusive for good testing conditions.
Mark, you're missing the front wind screen main cooling hole cut out... Or it is too cold out there in Germany that one does not need the cooling hole?
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Old 11-25-2004, 02:18 AM   #798
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Mark, you're missing the front wind screen main cooling hole cut out... Or it is too cold out there in Germany that one does not need the cooling hole?
Hmm, I was debating what would be the best way of keeping the engine warm with outside temps of 0 degrees - I thought of wrapping the heatsink in foil, but then I thought I would try it out without any cooling hole - may work and may not
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Old 11-25-2004, 02:27 AM   #799
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Hmm, I was debating what would be the best way of keeping the engine warm with outside temps of 0 degrees - I thought of wrapping the heatsink in foil, but then I thought I would try it out without any cooling hole - may work and may not
I see that this car is also bluetooth / WiFi enabled...
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Old 11-25-2004, 02:29 AM   #800
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I see that this car is also bluetooth / WiFi enabled...
How'd you spot that
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How'd you spot that
With the RING of course...
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Old 11-25-2004, 02:45 AM   #802
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With the RING of course...
Sill question really
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Old 11-25-2004, 07:08 AM   #803
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HI THERE YOU GUYS , HAVE JUST ASSEMBLED MY RRR , OWNER OF AN V ONE R ,RR & EVO , FOUND THE RRR A BIG IMPROVEMENT, IN THE BUILD SIDE , I HAVE FITTED THE NEW JP TXO3 IN MY CAR , TESTING OF ITS PERFORMANCE AS A PACKAGE WILL BE THIS WEEK END , MAY BE @ ROOTY HILL ... STAY TUNED FOR MY APPRASIAL ............JUST ON THE BUILD SIDE OF THINGS , GOT CAUGHT OUT ON THE PART (108) NO; 11 STEER ARM , NEED THE (107) NO;10 IN ORDER TO RUN THE GEAR DIFF

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HI THERE YOU GUYS , HAVE JUST ASSEMBLED MY RRR , OWNERS OF AN V ONE R ,RR & EVO , FOUND THE RRR A BIG IMPROVEMENT, IN THE BUILD SIDE , I HAVE FITTED THE NEW JP TXO3 IN MY CAR , TESTING OF ITS PERFORMANCE AS A PACKAGE WILL BE THIS WEEK END , MAY BE @ ROOTY HILL ... STAY TUNED FOR MY APPRASIAL ............JUST ON THE BUILD SIDE OF THINGS , GOT CAUGHT OUT ON THE PART (108) NO; 11 STEER ARM , NEED THE (107) NO;10 IN ORDER TO RUN THE GEAR DIFF
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Old 11-25-2004, 11:47 AM   #805
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why do you need to replace the pully's? what makes them go bad?
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guys: are you able to use some of the pulleys from the vone-r/rr/rr evo and the new v-one rrr???
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why do you need to replace the pully's? what makes them go bad?
I have found that the pin wears the inside of the pulley fairly fast. Just use the other slot on the pulley when the first one gets some play.
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