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    RE: Nitromodels PREDATOR RQ-1B

    Last question:  how are you supposed to mount these crappy wheels? I ordered the light weight ones you said but as bet I can tell, you just use a washer on each side of the wheel and screw it tight?...
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    RE: Nitromodels PREDATOR RQ-1B

    Cool.  Ill do those mods.  is the CG spot correct in the manual?   I got 200 watts with my tester so I should be good, no?
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    RE: Nitromodels PREDATOR RQ-1B

    Awesome. I didnt need to have any extensions on my motor as it was long enough w the prop adaptor. SHould I be worried about it beig too "big?" I tested the AMP and watts...it was right at 19 amps...
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    RE: Nitromodels PREDATOR RQ-1B

    Can someone help me out?  I cannot find a decent way to mount the cover on the back...what covers the motor/esc.  Email me please.  whirl_10@hotmail,com
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