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Old 10-04-2005, 10:51 PM   #136
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So how much does one of these run? for the BD specifically. The website doesn't give any prices
Matt, Alex has one and it is pretty awsome. Works great.
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$64.00 when it's all said-n-done I use one and they're nice, getting another for spare.
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Do you plug it to receiver's ch.3 or batt ? What about glitching issues ?
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Old 10-05-2005, 07:18 AM   #140
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Do you plug it to receiver's ch.3 or batt ? What about glitching issues ?
I use the "batt" plug for my orion personal lap counter, so I redid my personal transponder connection and ran the double wires (I have the dual one) in together with that connector, works fine, no glitching or missed lap issues at all.
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I use the "batt" plug for my orion personal lap counter, so I redid my personal transponder connection and ran the double wires (I have the dual one) in together with that connector, works fine, no glitching or missed lap issues at all.
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Your right about NOT getting glitchiing with the CCF plugged into the recieiver. But I have personally found that wiring the CCF to the battery wires via the speedo if this is possible, as this way, the fan stays on while you are marshaing, and when returning to your pit the motor will be cool enough to work on.
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Was putting together the MSX last night, and im wondering how the fan mount will be bolted on, there really arent any screws holes located too close to the motor mount?
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Old 10-06-2005, 11:30 AM   #143
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Hi
When making a pattern fron David Spashets MSX i Managed to utilise the screw to the left side of the motor and the 2nd screw to the right of the motor. The CCF will require 2, carbon fibre collars to raise it above the motor. Hope this helps you to understand how it will be mounted.
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I have been using one and believe me...........it's awesome. Perfect fit, cools the motor, very little battery usage. Can't beat it.
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I have been using one and believe me...........it's awesome. Perfect fit, cools the motor, very little battery usage. Can't beat it.

cheers for that vote of confidence dude
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We now use genuine carbon fibre collars on the CCF's that require them instead of the aluminum type, ie Yokomo BD,CGM, Corally RDX, Associated TC3/TC4, X-ray Cyclone, Tamiya MSX,
I have the Yoke BD and would like to get carbon fiber collars to replace the aluminum type. How can we do this?
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I have the Yoke BD and would like to get carbon fiber collars to replace the aluminum type. How can we do this?
Ha Ha, you're out of luck. I ordered one last night and I'll get all the cool new stuff to make it look super trick and you have the old outdated one that still uses aluminum
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I have the Yoke BD and would like to get carbon fiber collars to replace the aluminum type. How can we do this?
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Ha Ha, you're out of luck. I ordered one last night and I'll get all the cool new stuff to make it look super trick and you have the old outdated one that still uses aluminum
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Did you order it directly from us? if you did, I have NO order from you that I can see
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Did you order it directly from us? if you did, I have NO order from you that I can see
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I received an reply back from Malcolm Hall and I sent a paypal payment to [email protected] as he instructed in the amount of $64. Could you please verify that my order was placed through him?
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