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  1. Sorry about posting my 1/8 buggy conversion all...

    Sorry about posting my 1/8 buggy conversion all over your thread... I was cornfused and thinking the Tornado was the same as the Bazook.

    Anyhow, I started looking a little and I think nitrosports...
  2. eBazooka

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    Here are some photos of my Bazooka conversion. It is a real brute.

    I already had most of the equipment so the conversion cost me only $14-- LOL (for...
  3. eBay: Kyosho Mp777, good shape $250. ...

    eBay: Kyosho Mp777, good shape $250.
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  4. Thread: Flasher 450!

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    RE: Flasher 450!

    Make sure to locktight/CA the belt drive pully to the tail drive shaft. I have had 2 break loose, both after about 30 flights. All in all the quality of these heli's is very good when you consider...
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    RE: Ray's Helitech DVD Review Posted

    Super stuff. Way to go Ray!
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    RE: Art-Tech Shark 450

    Hey guy's, Ive been flying one of these for a few months now, a Flasher as well.


    I have found that there is a problem with the tail blade grips that will eventually cause a crash. Take the...
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    RE: Art-Tech Shark 450

    rotorhead0207

    One extra tooth, same pitch so the gear is larger and this will mean lower tail rotor speeds. Just to be clear, I am talking about the tail rotor shaft EFLH1465 not the tail drive...
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    RE: Art-Tech Shark 450

    I tried to read the whole thread before posting this, but there is just to much... this may be redundant but I thought it might save someone lost flight time.


    I have used the Blade 4oo...
  9. RE: "OFFICIAL" Redcat Racing 1/8th BUGGY thread (not truck thread)

    I have remounted my smart temp on the lid of the radio box and am starting to get confidence in it. One thing that seems fairly certain to me however, is that you can throw out the old notion of...
  10. RE: "OFFICIAL" Redcat Racing 1/8th BUGGY thread (not truck thread)

    Buggygovroom,
    When you say suspension do you mean just the upper and lower arms with the hub-carriers and hubs or to you mean the whole diff housing with the other stuff too.

    My first run with...
  11. RE: "OFFICIAL" Redcat Racing 1/8th BUGGY thread (not truck thread)

    Those titanium nitride goodies are the whip and that stuff is tuff. We use drills coated with it and they cut through steel like butter. The price seems good, we pay almost $15 for one 1/4" drill...
  12. RE: "OFFICIAL" Redcat Racing 1/8th BUGGY thread (not truck thread)

    Ok, I took a good look at it last night after work and I don't think the high temps hurt it. I must have caught it soon enough or maybe my elcheapo temp gun is wacko. The compression still feels the...
  13. RE: "OFFICIAL" Redcat Racing 1/8th BUGGY thread (not truck thread)

    Today was my first real bashing session. I had to run it in the grass because everything else is mud. It was about 40 degrees and the engine was a little cold blooded at first but after while started...
  14. Thread: Whats it worth??

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    RE: Whats it worth??

    Brand new in box on ebay $109. There is one used with 3 days left on auction for $49. My guess would be between $50 anf $75.
  15. Thread: Mp6 Help needed

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    RE: Mp6 Help needed

    Sorry it took so long to get back my e-mail is tmteno@aol.com. Thank you very much!
  16. Thread: Mp6 Help needed

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    RE: Mp6 Help needed

    Ok, how about this. Does anybody have an electronic version of the parts listing or manual that could be e-mailed to me. Thanks in advance!
  17. RE: "OFFICIAL" Redcat Racing 1/8th BUGGY thread (not truck thread)

    Mozzzy, you've got it right about the locations of the needles. The best way I know of to set the LSN is to pinch the fuel line and see what happens. Drive the car a bit, enough to make sure it is...
  18. RE: "OFFICIAL" Redcat Racing 1/8th BUGGY thread (not truck thread)

    It has been to muddy in Ky lately for me to finish my break-in so out of boredom I have been taking my XP apart just to see how well it was assembled and I must say I am impressed! Every thing has...
  19. Thread: Mp6 Help needed

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    Mp6 Help needed

    I know the mp6 is getting a little dated but I have one and would like to see her run again. I would like to know if the MP7.5 front drive shafts and hub carrier's (aka C-blocks) will fit? Also if...
  20. RE: "OFFICIAL" Redcat Racing 1/8th BUGGY thread (not truck thread)

    Ok, I have just ran the first tank through in 2 minute intervals, running around 200 degrees and then shutting it off and letting it cool back down. It runs really well, the only piece of info a can...
  21. RE: "OFFICIAL" Redcat Racing 1/8th BUGGY thread (not truck thread)

    Ok, I'm new here but I've been doing rc for about 25 years. My first was a Tamiya Sandscorcher and my last new purchase was a TMaxx, but in between those I have owned 2 Kyosho 1/8 scale cars. My...
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