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Old 12-23-2004, 08:38 AM   #976
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its the same way around as this car
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Old 12-23-2004, 08:39 AM   #977
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Old 12-23-2004, 09:16 AM   #978
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its fixed just have to use specific spacers for the S9451 servo!

and the servo horn was too thick

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Old 12-23-2004, 09:58 AM   #979
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it is the right way round, i think this problem is going happen depending on what servo you run, it happened when i built up my car, i filed alittle of the top deck so it cleared, unfortunetly all servos arn't the same dimensions.
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Old 12-23-2004, 07:01 PM   #980
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I have 4mm rear shock towers for sale. Special 1mm recess on mount area, no need to shim bottom shock mount.

Extra holes for increased upper shock mount placement.

$20.00 includes shipping.

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Old 12-23-2004, 11:02 PM   #981
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im having a problem with the front steering

when i assemble the flange ball onto ther servo horn and put it on the servo , i then put it back on the chassis, the frlange ball hits the top carbon deck!

has this happened to anyone before?

does anyone know hot to stop it from hitting?

the instructions say that the flang ball is on the very top hole on the servo horn and that it should be 18-20mm fromt the top hole to the servo hole and mine is! (pg 23 step 36)

please help
I had the same problem installing my KO Propo servo. I had to add another shim for clearance.
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Old 12-24-2004, 12:37 AM   #982
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Thanks Guys

its all fixed now just put a thinner alloy servo horn and added more spacers so the servo would stick out more to clear the carbon deck

Thanks again to those who helped!
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Old 12-24-2004, 07:00 AM   #983
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Old 12-26-2004, 12:22 AM   #984
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I have assembled my RRR, just need you guys to help me out on taking this decision. as on my earlier FWO5R I was using JR. 8425 / 8411 's both 11kg and they seem to have a problem. No response from them at times they just sit there and do nothing, but when i push the wheels they start working and after a while same again... I dunno how many of you have suffered this. But this happened to me on 4 of my servos, cant understand if its the heat or the bashing... the other 2 were 811's and 559 all digitals.
so 4 in total. I was recommended Futaba's

So I decided to move to Futaba since i am using a 3pk HRS radio

Please recommed for the following.

1. Servos for Steering.
2. Servos for Throttle.
3. Engine.. OS 12 TR T or the TR T e-spec whats the diff ??
4. Tune pipe RD logics Turbo 2 Outlaw.
5. gearing recommendations.. to make it faster.

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Old 12-26-2004, 02:12 AM   #985
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I have assembled my RRR, just need you guys to help me out on taking this decision. as on my earlier FWO5R I was using JR. 8425 / 8411 's both 11kg and they seem to have a problem. No response from them at times they just sit there and do nothing, but when i push the wheels they start working and after a while same again... I dunno how many of you have suffered this. But this happened to me on 4 of my servos, cant understand if its the heat or the bashing... the other 2 were 811's and 559 all digitals.
so 4 in total. I was recommended Futaba's

So I decided to move to Futaba since i am using a 3pk HRS radio

Please recommed for the following.

1. Servos for Steering.
2. Servos for Throttle.
3. Engine.. OS 12 TR T or the TR T e-spec whats the diff ??
4. Tune pipe RD logics Turbo 2 Outlaw.
5. gearing recommendations.. to make it faster.

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Ive never heard of the servos working once you push the car.

I also use the Futaba 3PK and the best set up is this

1. Steering : S9451 Digital
2. Throttle : S9550 Digital
3. I havnt heard of an OS TR T Espec do you mean O.S. .12 TR (P)-T R-Spec?
4. The RD turbo 2 is an awsome pipe i used to have one on my FW05R but my one was the legal not the Outlaw
5. As for gearing i havnt run my RRR yet so ill let someone else help you there

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Old 12-26-2004, 03:49 AM   #986
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Ive never heard of the servos working once you push the car.

I also use the Futaba 3PK and the best set up is this

1. Steering : S9550 Digital
2. Throttle : S9451 Digital
3. I havnt heard of an OS TR T Espec do you mean O.S. .12 TR (P)-T R-Spec?
4. The RD turbo 2 is an awsome pipe i used to have one on my FW05R but my one was the legal not the Outlaw
5. As for gearing i havnt run my RRR yet so ill let someone else help you there

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there is an e- spec traj thats the EFRA spec one they are suppose to be rare but they are now in stock at rc mushrooms.
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Hi Brain teased...

THanks for the input.... would you know the differenc.. since i can race outlaw here which one would you suggest......

I noticed that the 1.3 hp for the R = spec on OSENGINES.com
and couldnt find the tr T engine there. but tower has it @ 1.1 apart from this R spec is discontinued on tower....

E - Spec is available at my LHS for around 60$ more than the TR T engine.......

Is it worth it ... would the E spec work good with the RD pipe

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uaerc, if you can run outlaw you are better off with the 5 port TR(P)-T #11365. I think you can get it at tower for around $145. It has the same horsepower rating as the e/r spec engines. With the money saved you can purchuse the OS hyper head, that should bring up the hp a little higher. You should be able to find this engine on OS's site. The 1.1 hp engines are the other 3-port TR's listed below.

11360 3-Port, Rotary carb.
11361 3-Port, Slide carb.
11362 3-Port, (P)
11363 3-Port, (S)
11365 5-Port, (P) Turbo, Slide carb.
11367 3-Port, (P) Turbo, E-Spec
11369 3-Port, (P) Turbo, R-Spec
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Old 12-26-2004, 12:38 PM   #989
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By the way OSEngines.com is NOT OS Engines web site. Thats tower hobbies /Great Planes /Hobbico's site. Just cause it says its discontinued there is not always true. It just means they are not carrying it any longer.
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Please recommed for the following.

1. Servos for Steering.
2. Servos for Throttle.
3. Engine.. OS 12 TR T or the TR T e-spec whats the diff ??
4. Tune pipe RD logics Turbo 2 Outlaw.
5. gearing recommendations.. to make it faster.

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1) KO 2344
2)S9451
3)either one
4) The best pipe for this motor is the VR 12 from Skyline Racing
5) How big is your track? The stock gearing works well at most tracks and you will probably have to only change one pinion or the other.
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