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  1. Thread: Aw sh!t ACAIN!!

    by JoeT
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    Re: Aw sh!t ACAIN!!

    Hey Rick,

    Check your Email!!! (Gmail)
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    Re: Stripped out prop hubs

    Or you can tap it out to 6mm and buy 6mm bolts. I did that to one of my engines once, when the bolt holes stripped. Easy peasy.
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    Re: Stripped out prop hubs

    Lowrider,

    Take an look at the bottom of this page, it's a simple contraption which works well.

    http://www.rcextremepower.net/rcexltwin.html
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    Re: Stripped out prop hubs

    No worries Lowrider, but instead of drilling out the magnet, what I would do is use a universal pickup and move the pickup. It's much easier than moving the magnet.
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    Re: Stripped out prop hubs

    Front to back its 33mm tall, the magnet is 180 degrees from the keyway. The magnet is also all the wag as far back as it could go.
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    Re: Stripped out prop hubs

    I just happen to have a spare hub that I'll probably never use. The magnet is installed and it is close to your measurements.

    10 bucks plus the price of postage and it's yours. If course you...
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    Re: 5mm spinner screws

    Torontocycles.com

    I buy all my titanium bolts from them. They have all sizes.
  8. Thread: Not secure

    by JoeT
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    Re: Not secure

    The weird email that threatens to expose what they recorded from your camera.

    Hahahah it's a scam, obviously. Hahah
  9. Thread: Not secure

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    Re: Not secure

    The main reason for this is almost all websites / forums have gone to Secure HTTP also shows as https to transmit or broadcast information. This site still uses the old non-certificate http. Any...
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    Re: 50cc AJ ARS Recover for Mario!!!

    Same as any other 120, I've tested the Falcon 28x9.5 / Mejlick 28x10 both spin about the same on the ground static 6600 RPM ish, but the engine has only 8 - 10 tanks through it. Once it has about 25...
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    Re: 50cc AJ ARS Recover for Mario!!!

    Hi Jim,

    The Abarth was from the Group buy, correct.

    ED,

    It's got an rcgf 120 with JMB Canisters. It has to be the quietest 120cc set up ever.
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    Re: 50cc AJ ARS Recover for Mario!!!

    Jim,

    That's my 105" slick.
  13. Thread: Testing failsafe

    by JoeT
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    Re: Testing failsafe

    No it will not. There is NV ram inside all modern TX's, models are stored in there. The main battery is for the TX not for model memory.
  14. Thread: Testing failsafe

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    Re: Testing failsafe

    Um er... I don't have a flysky so I would not know. But top of mind would be to pull the TX battery to test the failsafe.
  15. Re: The Definitive Servo Testing thread (Brands, Discussion)

    Thanks for stepping up.. Looking forward to your test results. It will be interesting to see a comparison.
  16. Re: The Definitive Servo Testing thread (Brands, Discussion)

    I still have the rig, send me the servos and I'll gladly test them.
  17. Re: The absolute no nonsense what is the best radio thread!!

    Watch the video, he publishes his config. And you won't want one. Lol
  18. Re: The absolute no nonsense what is the best radio thread!!

    Actually none, no programming required. With his radio (brand name not being mentioned), you go to your telemetry section and click on "Discover Sensors".

    That's it. The calculated values are...
  19. Re: The absolute no nonsense what is the best radio thread!!

    This is cool: ( not for everyone)

    https://youtu.be/2LklJd90Itw
  20. Re: The absolute no nonsense what is the best radio thread!!

    Glider Jock:
    Guys like David Web travels the world competing in F3???? He likes it because of the "Greater than 2KM" range without using special equipment. He uses the X12S with G-RX8 receiver...
  21. Re: The absolute no nonsense what is the best radio thread!!

    That was resolved 2 years ago, the one I lent you had no issues. It was a firmware related fix, no physical changes or external antennae required.
  22. Re: The absolute no nonsense what is the best radio thread!!

    What is the best equipment?
    Itís the one which delivers the following:
    1) Fits the users hands and feels comfortable
    2) Allows the user to hit the most used switches
    3) Letís the users assign...
  23. Re: The Definitive Servo Testing thread (Brands, Discussion)

    I could do that, give me some time and I'll think of some quantitative way to address that. Centring consistency, Wander from center, and jitter at center.
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    Re: 42% Pilot Edge / GP176evo

    Just an observation.. LOL
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    Re: 42% Pilot Edge / GP176evo

    Either it's a photo inversion or the Firewall is downside up... LOL The offset line for right thrust seems suspect.. Hummm

    Though it maybe an optical illusion and the circle that is marked, is...
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