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Cen Genesis,Nemesis and GST 7.7 Brushless Conversion Kits
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Cen Genesis,Nemesis and GST 7.7 Brushless Conversion Kits - 04.03.2011, 12:03 PM

I know alot of people have been looking for these kits.They are now avalable.Visit www.smrcinnovations.com for details and purchaseing.

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04.03.2011, 07:30 PM

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04.03.2011, 07:37 PM

Why would the post get deleted?
   
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04.03.2011, 07:40 PM

It is typically frowned upon to directly advertise a competitor's product on these forums, since RC-Monster Mike owns them. However, he doesn't sell a GST conversion on the website so it might be OK in this instance.


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04.03.2011, 07:48 PM

Oops. I didn't realize that He also sold products. Hopefully since he doesn't sell that kit he will allow my post.
   
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04.03.2011, 07:52 PM

I made my post on a cell phone so I didn't see the products up top.
   
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04.03.2011, 08:12 PM

I don't think it's a big deal. The forum in general is pretty lenient about this stuff.


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04.04.2011, 12:33 AM

What size spur are you running in the pics? 62t off a crt?
   
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04.04.2011, 12:37 AM

that's not true i had a 8th scale on road adapter he remove real quick and someone posted that he would do so
   
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04.07.2011, 02:06 PM

Looks like something that would work in a savage, but $100 is a lot for two small & flat pieces of aluminum.

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04.07.2011, 09:30 PM

$100? ouch indeed..
   
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04.08.2011, 12:10 AM

$100 is a lot.. especially when you have to drill more holes after.. If it was a bolt on, the price would be reasonable.


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04.08.2011, 01:24 AM

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Looks like something that would work in a savage, .
That's what I thought of too, CD in a savage.
   
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05.23.2011, 11:48 AM

Has anyone tried this out yet?

I was thinking of doing this homemade style. I would use a couple of layers of aluminium to match the width of this (For example.), then drill the hole for the diff. bearing in a couple of the layers, and another larger hole in the remaining layers for it to stay.

Making 2 different sized holes in a single piece of aluminium is difficult, and I don't have the tools to do that. The 2nd hole in the diff. mount is to prevent any movement, right?

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05.23.2011, 11:52 AM

You could do it with a boring head in a drill press. Since I don't have a mill, that's my plan.
   
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