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Old 07-11-2006, 08:04 PM   #5326
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what about the CF 3Racing one
i use this cuz its stiff and i dont run lipo they are to lite and if neone cares i dont like the 4mm mugen chasy one that adds 1mm to the bottom works better and you can put the motor in better.
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If I could get the brass one with the sides milled down so that it is flat on the top part, that would be $.The LiPo needs to sit flat on the tray, and it is the same width as the opening in the bottom of the chassis. Dave or Ira, know anyone with a milling machine? Ira, I only charged my LiPo once all weekend.
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Old 07-11-2006, 08:18 PM   #5328
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i use this cuz its stiff and i dont run lipo they are to lite and if neone cares i dont like the 4mm mugen chasy one that adds 1mm to the bottom works better and you can put the motor in better.
Which chassis do you like?
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Old 07-11-2006, 08:22 PM   #5329
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If I could get the brass one with the sides milled down so that it is flat on the top part, that would be $.The LiPo needs to sit flat on the tray, and it is the same width as the opening in the bottom of the chassis. Dave or Ira, know anyone with a milling machine? Ira, I only charged my LiPo once all weekend.
I believe Ira's got one
Yeah Lipo's are sweet. My VXR in the trans lasts maybe 3-4 Sundays, about 2 full weekends. Depends on how much practice time I put into a race too.
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Old 07-11-2006, 08:26 PM   #5330
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where can i get a brass battery tray and a 25 teeth side pulley to buy?????
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Old 07-11-2006, 08:30 PM   #5331
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its from taiwan i think its sato or hados somthing like that, it looks like 3racing but shiny and better alm like the mugen one
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Hey Roger thanks for the input. Great pictures! Will print them and show Reynold. Although are you passing or just making up your lap
Passing for sure and going through back markers. That was my 4th heat on saturday. With badluck on my side on friday ( 1st round: DNS, 2nd round: DNS, and 3rd round: 3rd place ), I had to pull all strings on saturday races. I finished ( 4th round: 1st, 5th round 2nd, and 6th round 1st ). hehehe
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where can i get a brass battery tray and a 25 teeth side pulley to buy?????
Brass battery tray is available on ebay. It is made by a guy that posts on here a lot. Steve Sohl. His name on this forum is sohlman.

The 25t pulley comes with the pulley set from Mugen
I believe it is part T0259
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Joe,

I have access to a mill in the machine shop of my school........but I wont be heading back there till late August.

Corey works in that machine shop during the day (the guy grilling burgers at the Byron race). Im pretty sure he can hook you up.

His name on rctech is Goomba_7
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If I could get the brass one with the sides milled down so that it is flat on the top part, that would be $.The LiPo needs to sit flat on the tray, and it is the same width as the opening in the bottom of the chassis. Dave or Ira, know anyone with a milling machine? Ira, I only charged my LiPo once all weekend.
Joe I have a milling machine in my garage.
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If I could get the brass one with the sides milled down so that it is flat on the top part, that would be $.The LiPo needs to sit flat on the tray, and it is the same width as the opening in the bottom of the chassis. Dave or Ira, know anyone with a milling machine? Ira, I only charged my LiPo once all weekend.
I only charged my 1400 mah NIMH pack once during the weekend
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Old 07-12-2006, 01:26 PM   #5337
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I charged mine Friday night and Sunday morning. Sunday morning it only took like 350 mah. Ira, did you get my PM? GIve me a call when you get off work.
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Which chassis do you like?
i got it now its a knack chassi
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If I could get the brass one with the sides milled down so that it is flat on the top part, that would be $.The LiPo needs to sit flat on the tray, and it is the same width as the opening in the bottom of the chassis. Dave or Ira, know anyone with a milling machine? Ira, I only charged my LiPo once all weekend.

the new micro receiver from spektrum handles up to 9v, perfect
for your lipo receiver pack since you'll no longer need the regulator!
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