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Old 06-30-2003, 10:08 PM   #2251
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s**t.... i still cant get the servo saver on... i have the right one for jr radios... what should i do?? and i cant really drive down to my not so lhs cuz up in whistler here its like 2 and a half to 3 hrs away....lol
I had trouble putting on the servo saver insert too. It needs a little force to place it on. It like the rest of the car.....everthing fits like a tight glove!
Unlike the Mugen MTX3 rear suspension!
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Old 06-30-2003, 10:19 PM   #2252
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can u give me some ## of spurs to get i new to on-road thanks
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Old 06-30-2003, 10:38 PM   #2253
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ok.. thanks alot punisher
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Old 07-01-2003, 12:48 AM   #2254
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any1 running carbonfiber chassie on there 705??? if so how do u like it and is it worth it? thanks
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Old 07-01-2003, 09:57 AM   #2255
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I have found a set up that works very well, and I only loose .5 of a m.m. during a 20 min. run.
Nice Mind sharing your setup? Would be interested to know some alternatives...
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what is the best up grade for the 705?
Punihser is right Just get spurs and pinions. The car runs out of the box race ready. Everything that you need to stiffen the chassis is already provided in the form of carbon graphite side stiffeners. The Centax II and the lightened 2 speed gearbox is state of the art. It gives consistant shifting all the time.

Like Punisher mentioned, if you are running on a smaller track, you may want to gear down the 705 with smaller pinions. To further gear it down, you can optionally get the internal pulleys to make the internal drive ratio bigger. The 22T brake pulley (to replace 23T brake pulley), 17T rear side pulley (to replace 18T rear side pulley) and 47T rear diff pulley (to replace 46T rear diff pulley) are the pulleys to get to achieve better acceleration on a smaller track. I would think that would be the best upgrade

Second comes the FC Steering Blocks
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Old 07-01-2003, 10:18 AM   #2257
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can u give me some ## of spurs to get i new to on-road thanks
It depends on the length of the track you run on... For spurs and pinions, you have the following options that you can run on your 705;

1st gear spur
50T (902450)
49T (902449)
48T (902448)
47T (902447)

2nd gear spur
46T (902446)
45T (902445)
44T (902444)

1st gear pinion
15T (909575 steel, 909555 aluminum)
16T (909576 steel, 909556 aluminum)
17T (909577 steel, 909557 aluminum)

2nd gear pinion
18T (909578 steel, 909558 aluminum)
19T (909579 steel, 909559 aluminum)
20T (909580 steel, 909560 aluminum)

Unlike other cars, you need not necessarily stick to a particular gear tooth jump for the Centax pinions and spurs. For example, you can use 50T/44T spurs (6 tooth jump) with 16T/18T pinions (2 tooth jump), so long as you tune your engine and 2nd speed gear engagement to suite.

To get a lower set of gearing for even smaller tracks, you can use the optional 22T brake pulley (909242), 17T rear side pulley (801252) and the 47T rear diff pulley (808376).
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any1 running carbonfiber chassie on there 705??? if so how do u like it and is it worth it? thanks
Carbon fibre chassis? I don't think there's one. GPM once made for the Serpent Impulse Streetspec / Impulse PRO but even though a carbon graphite material will provide for a rigid stiff chassis, the material is not a good heat conductor. Hence bad for engine.
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Old 07-01-2003, 11:49 AM   #2259
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hmmm i am looking at the guy's 705 or he say it is a 705...here is a pic of the carbonfiber chassie maby u can tell me what it teally is so i dont get mested around on a used car thanks

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ok 1 more pic with the body off
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That is NOT a 705... don't let the guy fool you.
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can u tell me what it is???
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Looks like an Impulse Pro.
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That is an Impulse Pro (hop-up). Not a 705. How much did you pay for it?
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i have not got it yeti was going to trade a new EK4 for it ... how much is that car worth ????like it sets
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