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by jwscab
Tue Nov 10, 2020 11:40 pm
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Re: Jconcepts RC10/B2/B3 Wheels

Oh wow! I didn't even know these were on-the-way! I have been thinking about what to do for wheels, as I hope to bring a B2 to VONats next year! - I thought I was going to have to stick with the JC Racing Products wheels. Question: There were later 'wide' front wheels, almost the width of 4wd buggy...
by RogueIV
Sun Feb 26, 2023 7:35 am
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Re: Associated Guy Restoring Vintage Losi Buggies

I am in a similar situation to what ChisaiKuso described above - I am pulling a ton of old Losi stuff out of storage and I am not an expert on what parts are from what model. - I plan to build a few for the shelf, and sell a few if I can. Questions: 1) Were the bodies for JRX -Pro, -Pro SE, and Jun...
by JK Racing
Sun Feb 26, 2023 5:08 pm
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Re: The Official "What is it?" Thread

The chassis reminds me of the Hellstrom ones he is making currently, looks very similar in material.

Robinson released the 18 degree offset steering, just like the RC10 for the JRX as well.
by jwscab
Mon Feb 27, 2023 3:17 am
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Re: The Official "What is it?" Thread

This is the set I have they work great for Tamiya style connectors, along a bunch of other types. https://www.speedwaymotors.com/Pico-0660T-Weatherpack-Extractor-Tools-Set-of-3,264994.html I'd look really closely at that chassis, it looks like it could be a carbon wrap material. Can't say that I've ...
by MarkyDents
Mon Feb 27, 2023 3:32 am
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Re: The Official "What is it?" Thread

Can anyone identify this steering system (installed on a JRX-2) - I once had a similar steering setup on an RC10, seems like maybe it was a "steering enhancement kit" ? JRX Caster block.jpeg Edit: Hmm, not sure why it is rotating that picture? If you make sure your pics are wider then tal...
by GoMachV
Thu Mar 30, 2023 3:22 am
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Re: So, what did you do RC today?

Yes, you can use some super short screws to hold the nose to the chassis and you will need to countersink the front holes or use some countersink washers because of the specialty screws those cranks use. You also might need to tap those front holes, early noseplates were not tapped. This is how we d...
by juicedcoupe
Thu Mar 30, 2023 4:20 am
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Re: So, what did you do RC today?

This is one of mine. There isn't even room for countersunk washers. I used some small nylon washers, trimmed to fit. They just compress into the space to keep grass from getting hung up. Screenshot_20230329_231241_Gallery.jpg Not to spend your money, but I'd use different bellcranks. Some of the bla...
by juicedcoupe
Wed May 17, 2023 2:32 am
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Re: Better Bandit-ing with 3D printing?

dldiaz wrote: Wed May 17, 2023 2:28 am What are you using to keep the shorty LiPo in place?
It looks like a foam block against the esc.
by nbrophy
Wed May 17, 2023 1:44 pm
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Re: Better Bandit-ing with 3D printing?

Yes I added foam between the ESC and battery to stop the pack from sliding back. I use the same one-sided weatherseal insulation foam on the bottom side of the battery brace so it clamps down and secures the pack better.
by JosephS
Sun Aug 20, 2023 7:44 pm
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Re: The Official "What is it?" Thread

The diff spring is/was different from the slipper spring. It seems that at some point ae just started using the diff spring for the slipper. All that too say the diff spring should work for the slipper. The custom works parts can still be found at original prices. I’ve been using those to save my ca...
by juicedcoupe
Sun Aug 20, 2023 7:45 pm
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Re: The Official "What is it?" Thread

Are the ASC 6582 Diff Thrust Spring and ASC 6587 Torque Control Spring different from each other? - Or is it just that 6587 comes with the slipper locknut? ASC6587 spring and nut.jpg 82 is just the spring, 87 is the spring and nut. If you need a low profile 5-40 locknut, these are perfect. https://...
by juicedcoupe
Sun Aug 20, 2023 8:37 pm
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Re: The Official "What is it?" Thread

Thanks for the info above! Follow-up: I am digging through boxes to rebuild some Stealth transmissions - I have one #6628 RC10 Diff Spring. - Is this one different from the other two (6582 and 6587)?? ASC6628 spring and nut.jpg 6 gear diff spring and nut. More specifically, the re-re. The original ...
by Dangeruss
Mon Nov 13, 2023 5:16 am
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Re: Masami Hirosaka´s 2023 radio

The wing on that RC10 is mounted really far forward? I wonder how that affects handling? Kinda stating the obvious but moving the wing forward moves the location of the force applied by the wing forward so... the buggy is likely to have comparably more front traction, less nose lift during on throt...
by GoMachV
Mon Jul 01, 2024 2:53 am
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Re: The Official "What is it?" Thread

silly question but often overlooked- do you know for fact that it isnt the diff slipping? When you hold both tires and spin the slipper gear, the nut MUST not move. If it turns with the gear then its the diff slipping.