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Sorry each ridiculus .

I think atleast we dont have to search for bodys and gearcovers.
Layshafts is kind of easy to make for an guy who knows how to do it, and oneways hm thats harder nut to crack i think the older sp dito fits on the lazer shall check, since i have one laying around.

Ever tried UMW409 ??? those are the reararms for the RB evo same as lazer rear heck the evo used the w-5063 also, anyway i have ordered those and shall try them carbon reinforced iŽll guess but time will tell.

I have bought some ZX5 driveshafts from 3racing and hopefully will reciving them so i can test them and see if they are any good.

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Nope never tried them but still interesting information. Do me a favour, get me three of those gear covers (instead of two) LA111 and I will do a swap for the blue kick up plate when it arrives if thats ok with you.
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yeah that will do ....shall get some more then.

3racing are cheap like 1:5 atleast here in sweden ...since 1 shipped 3racing driveshaft is like 1 LA-111 almost. and kyoshos are like 1 LAW12 thats alot of money. Atleast for me.

That Rb rear hub is SP-107V now a days, found a lot of them so i ordered some.

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Welsh i found an talented guy that only lives like 40 swedish mil from me he has made his own alu chassis for the shark any way i have contacted him regarding LA-30 in alu and also the LAW20-1 (sended youre drawing).

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Cool well soon you will have an original to show him for the kick up plate and that makes me wonder can he make alloy versions of the two pivot blocks in the zxs chassis as well?
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By th looks of what he have made i think he can do anything but can you give me an LA-## so i can look at what the heck it is.

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aha found it its the same as LA30 but for zxs ...hm ..iŽll guess but first i will have to make hime want to make em.
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By th looks of what he have made i think he can do anything but can you give me an LA-## so i can look at what the heck it is.

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aha found it its the same as LA30 but for zxs ...hm ..iŽll guess but first i will have to make hime want to make em.
Yup those two items are the parts - the one behind the front gearbox and one in front of the rear gearbox.

Also talk of being lucky I just managed to buy a brand new unused Lazer ZX set of wishbones for about Ł7 including international postage. Im now going to try and get these made as they are the strongest version of Lazer wishbones with the webbing.
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Already have drawings of them . the guy that made the drawing for me made 4 different version of the arms origanl zx style zxr style and plain no holes and something in between.

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that guy i located he wants to make the zxs kick up do you need any ???
And shall i have him make it in steel ?? and how thick 2 mm ???

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that guy i located he wants to make the zxs kick up do you need any ???
And shall i have him make it in steel ?? and how thick 2 mm ???

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I dont need any. Thanks anyway. I think the same thickness as the chassis would be the way to go. I bent an alloy one easily so if he can do it in steel then yes but how much heavier would it be and the kick up is not that much.
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How much kick is it ??

Shall have him make it in steel and alu and after that we can go on the pivot blocks for the zxr and zxs.

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How much kick is it ??

Shall have him make it in steel and alu and after that we can go on the pivot blocks for the zxr and zxs.

mvh Isobarik
Pivot blocks I will definately have, but the kick up I am unsure of so if you have a ZXS then you should be able to figure it out. I will work out the length from the flat to the highest point at the front of the plate to give you an idea so you can work out the percentage.
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I recived an email from him regarding the pivot blocks for the zxs and the zxr and he said "no problem just send part or drawing"

So what shall i make him do first...hm ...zxs or zxr...

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ZXR!!!!!!
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Hehe, whatever you decide. I can manage with the standard plastic items at the moment. But think alloy will make this really strong.
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yeah it will make it strong and you will be bitchier ...

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Hehehe well I have just put in a 5.5 on a 19/87 using an LRP SXX TC esc so should be a bitching when I hit the Petit event. Heck at least I wont be last.
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Here they are welsy my 13 front gearboxes..



and since i have another one some where in here ...



well thats make it 14 i guess....

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Not bad, maybe you should see if your friend could make the front and rear gearboxes for the zxs in alloy.

I will post a piccy of some of my spares soon.
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Yeah i think i will try to get the rear gearbox done soon since i only have like 3 of those.

A guy in sweden are selling the LRP sphere what do you think of those ???
Im still waiting for my tekin G11pro and i will running that for a start.
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Yeah i think i will try to get the rear gearbox done soon since i only have like 3 of those.

A guy in sweden are selling the LRP sphere what do you think of those ???
Im still waiting for my tekin G11pro and i will running that for a start.
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Lrp are good. Ive gone and bought an lrp sxx tc and put a 5.5 in with a starting 87/19 and seems fast. Ive also got a tekin rs pro and seems to be fractionally slower than the lrp. Still in brushed form not much out there can beat tekin, and since the 410 came out none ever burnt out when you over geared.
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