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Old 04-25-2013, 09:35 PM
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Okay got it. thank you
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Old 04-25-2013, 11:46 PM
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Originally Posted by DS Motorsport View Post
It depends on which gears you're using. It's only possible to align the gears perfectly straight when the total amount of teeth are the same for both gearsets.
So for example a 52/15 and 47/20 gearing adds up to a total of 67 teeth on both gearsets. This allows you to align the gears perfectly straight. When both gearsets don't have the same amount of total teeth it's impossible to align the gears straight. When this is the case I would recommend setting the first gear mesh the best you can. The second gear mesh is less important, since it wears a lot less.
From my experience, our on road nitro gears have fixed diameter gears. Adding more or less teeth changes only the pitch of a tooth.
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From my experience, our on road nitro gears have fixed diameter gears. Adding more or less teeth changes only the pitch of a tooth.
Blis , best to check if this is true also for the CAP with your digital caliper gauge.
Xray have this and they use a fixed motormount. The CAP however have slots in the chassis to slide the motor mount (with the motor) to the gears.
I would like to know also. Easily done with diameter check to the several spurs.
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I have a new lab c02. $400 shipped.
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I have a new lab c02. $400 shipped.
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Originally Posted by djiewie View Post
Blis , best to check if this is true also for the CAP with your digital caliper gauge.
Xray have this and they use a fixed motormount. The CAP however have slots in the chassis to slide the motor mount (with the motor) to the gears.
I would like to know also. Easily done with diameter check to the several spurs.
Hey.
Just to CAP off what was discussed earlier about spur diameters and mesh etc. Pardon the pun .....
DS is right. All the spurs have the same pitch so fewer teeth means a smaller diameter. Not to panic too much though. The difference is small. Eg: The 53 tooth spur measures 44.8mm while the 52 tooth spur measures 44.65mm in diameter.

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I found what I was looking for.....

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Originally Posted by British Menace View Post
Hey.
Just to CAP off what was discussed earlier about spur diameters and mesh etc. Pardon the pun .....
DS is right. All the spurs have the same pitch so fewer teeth means a smaller diameter. Not to panic too much though. The difference is small. Eg: The 53 tooth spur measures 44.8mm while the 52 tooth spur measures 44.65mm in diameter.

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Thanks, that clarifies it
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Hi guys,

We got the radio box brackets back on stock, price are 12EURO or app. 16USD...

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Originally Posted by RC-Netshop.dk View Post
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We got the radio box brackets back on stock, price are 12EURO or app. 16USD...

Does that work for the c02 also? N is that the mugen box?
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Hi, Wondering what is the best glue to use on brake pads ?

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c.a. glue and epoxy both work. i use c.a. rough sand the metal side, apply even coat of c.a. to entire surface, apply break pad. after positioning pad, i put a block of wood on top and clamp it for a few minutes, or just press down on the wood. this makes a nice flat fit. be sure not to glue the pad to the wood. metal can be stuck but is easily removes with knife.

after glue is dry, i trim the edges of the pad to clean up glueand then scuff the pad side by rubbing face down on a piece of 400 sand paper in a circular motion for a few seconds. this preps the pad for use and removes any glue.
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Originally Posted by MrHistory View Post
c.a. glue and epoxy both work. i use c.a. rough sand the metal side, apply even coat of c.a. to entire surface, apply break pad. after positioning pad, i put a block of wood on top and clamp it for a few minutes, or just press down on the wood. this makes a nice flat fit. be sure not to glue the pad to the wood. metal can be stuck but is easily removes with knife.

after glue is dry, i trim the edges of the pad to clean up glueand then scuff the pad side by rubbing face down on a piece of 400 sand paper in a circular motion for a few seconds. this preps the pad for use and removes any glue.
Thanks Jason for the detailed procedure, very much appreciated.
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Does that work for the c02 also? N is that the mugen box?
Yep, works for the C02, C01 and C801 :-)... We have made it so it fits Mugen MTX5 radio box.

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