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Old 03-13-2007, 11:22 AM   #5251
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i already have a compressor so that saves me some trouble.

now which airbrushes are best?

gravity feed and dual action? what do you think of this one

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Pro-D...91344043QQrdZ1


or this one

http://cgi.ebay.com/DUAL-DOUBLE-ACTI...QQcmdZViewItem

if the top one is ok then I will go with it cause I found them for $32 buy now.

now quick question. I have a regular size compressor with moister tap and air pressure regulator, will most airbrushes hook up to the regular size compressor? and can I find the adpator ar home depot if it doesnt already come with it?

I already own one of these, this is the exact thing here,

http://img259.imageshack.us/my.php?image=1001764eb1.jpg

those are ussualy too big for r/c bodies right?

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Old 03-13-2007, 03:26 PM   #5252
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rcrevolution check this one out it comes with the adapter for your compressor...

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Airbr...91710065QQrdZ1
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Old 03-13-2007, 03:47 PM   #5253
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Hey guys, thought you all might like to check out the new wrap I bought for my Nomadio React. It customizes my radio and I think it looks pretty cool. I picked the TM logos, and since I just installed the Ninja I had the Ninja logo included as well.

Nice thing is if I want to change it up it only cost $20 shipped. I ordered it Friday night, and received it today. Great service from Lee @ 2007 Designs . I think I'm gonna get one made for my TM Alpha starter box too...
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Old 03-13-2007, 07:34 PM   #5254
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Hey Guys,

Need some advice, i really like the lookof Titanium Screws to hjold my cartogether, as i find that the Steel HEX screws are getting worn out easy!

Now is there somewhere i can purschase these Hex Screws and is it better?

Keep in mind that looking onthe Mugen Website, i notice they have titanium look, and does look good!

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Old 03-13-2007, 08:30 PM   #5255
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Try Lundford for Titanium screws. They are very good.
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Old 03-13-2007, 08:44 PM   #5256
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Try Lundford for Titanium screws. They are very good.

know of anyplace where to get? LINKS
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Old 03-13-2007, 08:56 PM   #5257
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Hey Guys,

Need some advice, i really like the lookof Titanium Screws to hjold my cartogether, as i find that the Steel HEX screws are getting worn out easy!

Now is there somewhere i can purschase these Hex Screws and is it better?

Keep in mind that looking onthe Mugen Website, i notice they have titanium look, and does look good!

Cheers for help
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Im using 3racing stuff on my ride, screws, ball joints and hub ball enda but I change to phillips heads. by the way my car is less than 1725gr. hope AFM dont read this!!!
I'm also using a mini digital servo on the gas. Futaba 9650 and it works GREAT!!!

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Old 03-13-2007, 10:35 PM   #5258
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hey guys
help
just got my stuff to build me front diff
i know i need to use countersunk screws to put the diff together
but what size screws do i need to screw the pully to the diif it looks like they need to be much smaller than 3x6mm
what do i need ???

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Old 03-14-2007, 01:31 AM   #5259
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Anyone know the part # of the 46t ED Rear Diff Pulley?

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Anyone know the part # of the 46t ED Rear Diff Pulley?

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Old 03-14-2007, 02:45 AM   #5261
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ED rear diff pulley is K14122-8
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Hey guys how we all going.Me good.OK I pulled my car apart well rephrase that stripped the whole thing after a big weekend, all good no broken parts.GOT FEW QUESTIONS THAT NEED ANSWERING.

1.I checked my motor over and noticed my screw that holds clutchbell on was loose so tryed to tightened it but wouldnt tighten.So i pulled it out had a look and thread at end of screw was gone.I replaced the screw with another one thats approx 2.5mm longer.Now will replacing it with slightly longer screw damage it at all and why or how can this happen as i had dne it up tight previously.

2.when i put my car back together is there anything i should do to any parts eg. greasing

3.I polished up my pins for front lower,upper arms and rear upper and lowers.Now with out front and rear sway bars connected my arms move up and down freely but when sway bars connected i get friction.NOW WHY


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Shano, dude check your sway bar pre-loaders, also place a few shims behind the sway to space away from plastic! Now is this rear of front binding?
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Shano, dude check your sway bar pre-loaders, also place a few shims behind the sway to space away from plastic! Now is this rear of front binding?
Frankie its both
so put a shim behind aluminium sway bar holder and plastic
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hey guys
help
just got my stuff to build me front diff
i know i need to use countersunk screws to put the diff together
but what size screws do i need to screw the pully to the diif it looks like they need to be much smaller than 3x6mm
what do i need ???

paul
Hi Paul,
I believe the screws you nead are 2.6 x 5. (mm)
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