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04-01-2009 09:56 PM  9 years agoPost 121
ChopperCrazy

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WOW now that is nice.

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05-06-2009 10:57 PM  9 years agoPost 122
rocker28

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heat from muffler
hi Guy's

I'm think of gett a fuse for my t-rex 600n pro, but i have some concerns.

i know the muffler would end up quite close to the side of the fuse and since i'm thinking of getting the painted one, will the heat from the muffler not disorted the fuse in any way or make the paint come off. going to use the aign muffler.

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05-06-2009 11:26 PM  9 years agoPost 123
Heli143

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all you guys do awsome work!!

I am learning as I go along on my current build so you guys posting your methods and ideas help a lot of us out here who are currently building, so Thanks!

Grant, that is a sweet slow fly by with your 222.
The sound as it goes by is to die for

Roy Mayoral

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05-07-2009 01:58 AM  9 years agoPost 124
GrantL

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rocker28... take a look at my Long Ranger build.. about half way down the thread you'll see what I did with regards to the heat..

http://runryder.com/t396268p4/

Heli143.. Thanks.. It does sound soooo cool..

Grant

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05-24-2009 08:35 AM  9 years agoPost 125
Fat Corgi

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So now that there are a couple of these 222's out there, and some of them driven by Trex 600's can anyone say for certain if the torque tube system is a required mod, does it just make it easier in the future, or can you get away fine with the traditional belt system?

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05-24-2009 11:25 AM  9 years agoPost 126
doorman

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Belt Or Tube...
There is nothing wrong with using the belt driven tail.... the only problem that you might have, and NOT VERY OFTEN, would be adjusting the tension.... in fact that is the only reason that I like the tube better for scale applications.... but both will do just fine... so it comes down to whatever you might choose.....
Any scale heli is good heli!!!!!!

Good Luck with your project.....Stan

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