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Thanks thats was it that i looked for.



took an better picture and added some state of the art latest shit pro stuff stickers.

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My mate has a nearly new uno motor, I skimmed it for him just before the start of the summer.
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Sparrow so the spec module fits the 756. hm maybe byt then i need an spec reciver also are they expensive???
If you manage to find the older light grey combo for your radio gear it ought to work and not kill the bank. According to the Spektrum page you need the SPM1101 module.

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and sparrow its C-3po
And this is in defence of your nerdiness?!?!
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If you manage to find the older light grey combo for your radio gear it ought to work and not kill the bank. According to the Spektrum page you need the SPM1101 module.



And this is in defence of your nerdiness?!?!

"older light grey combo for your radio gear it ought to work and not kill the bank" and..............you lost me ??? what a heck is everything

combo ????
Bank ???

and i had to ggogle that c-3po spelling....

I think i have to find that spektrum page...



But its still easier to say
hey welsh ever tried that SPW-123??
instead of
Hey welsh ever tried the rear alu uprights from kyosho that looks like the one from RB type-R but was made for the TF series ??


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Combo = module and receiver together

Breaking/killing the bank = cost a lot of money

Spektrum systems come in pro and non-pro the pro versions have smoke-grey housings:


http://www.spektrumrc.com/Products/D...ProdID=SPM1001

http://www.spektrumrc.com/Products/D...ProdID=SPM1011


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But they are all grey so i need the "not see thrue" grey??

or the "see thrue" grey


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But they are all grey so i need the "not see thrue" grey??

or the "see thrue" grey


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You can get either one but the not see through one will probably be cheaper.

The difference between the two is the response time. the seethrough one is a bit quicker but unless you are Masami you will not notice the difference.
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One more thing

The 756 transmitter has an internal battery that needs changing every couple of years so that it remembers your settings.

If you are comfortable with soldering here is how to do it but I would try and find the battery with the contacts already attached.

http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=559365
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Guys, you crack me up.
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Welsh get back in the street corner and keep on pushing those La228

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Welsh get back in the street corner and keep on pushing those La228

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If i was out on the street corner all the ladies would que up to fit in my enormous LA228
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welsh remember you have to drill the g... la 30 slowly ....

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If theres a que then fast so i can get onto another la30
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....

anyway i have ordered the LA123 and going to send it to camtec, damn should have ordered a second one now i will be out of a wing again.

well well thats life i bought an old tekin G11 fthat was on sale here hope i recive it soon.

I have ordered some more shells from kamtec was thinking of getting a not so dark paint for those.

Welsh i email dynotech about making arms for the lazer i provided an front arm drawing and shall have the rear arms copied soon so i can send them as well. Last time i was talking to them a complete set would go around 40 thats not to bad i think.

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LA122 is a ZXS shell but the best wing is the Losi one as the lump in the middle makes the fit perfect. Kamtec already make them as I gave him an original shell a couple of years back.

My mold specialist friend will make a Wishbone set for me to test sooner or later and will make and sell when we are truly happy that they are up to the job.
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Aha the LA123 is the wing for the LA122.

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Aha the LA123 is the wing for the LA122.

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The losi wing fits much better than anything else. I will find the part number. Im trying the E wing but its not an easy fit so will be going back to the smaller losi one soon.
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LA122 is a ZXS shell but the best wing is the Losi one as the lump in the middle makes the fit perfect. Kamtec already make them as I gave him an original shell a couple of years back.

My mold specialist friend will make a Wishbone set for me to test sooner or later and will make and sell when we are truly happy that they are up to the job.
Speaking of the new parts, how are they coming along?
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Speaking of the new parts, how are they coming along?
Well ive tested the front zxr gearbox casing and is stronger than the original. Im still running a layshaft LA11 and seems up to the job. Will try with a 5.5 in december and hope it can handle that. Im also using the upgrade steering (the blue version) and the mold is perfect. Diff gears and zxs gearbox parts and spur gears for the zx slipper system but instead of 100t will be 90t for fitting into my zxs are being molded as we speak. Wishbones and my idea on a steering servo saver are still in the pipeline and will be made and tested when all else has been done. I think zxr rear gearboxes have been molded as well.
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