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    DX3S telemetry on LST2

    I'd like to mount the Tach sensor to read the actual engine rpm, not mounted on the driveshaft like the XXL comes. Is there a flywheel thats larger in diameter that will still work with the stock 3-shoe clutch to allow enough room to put the reflector sticker on? The flywheels that come on the Mach 427 are too small to work. I dont care if the speedometer feature doesnt work, I have a GPS for that. I just want to know what the rpm of the engine is....

    I could fabricate a new bracket for the sensor to aim it right at the flywheel, but I dont know if a little speck of black paint will be enough for the sensor to read. I think a bigger flywheel would be better, but I dont know if there is a larger one out there thats any better.
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    RE: DX3S telemetry on LST2

    No ideas?
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    Using Dynamite, Enya, Fox, Jett, K&B, SH, Super Tigre, Thunder Tiger, and Traxxas engines.



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