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D8T battery tray - 05.24.2010, 04:22 PM

Would the d8t tray fit the traxxas 5626 esc holder?
Description says nothing, but i presume yes since the separate tray is the same as the tray that comes with the kit, right?
   
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05.24.2010, 11:42 PM

Correct. The D8, Losi 8, Losi ten T, Inferno GT2, and Mugen MBX6 and MBX6T trays all accomodate the RX8 directly and the MMM with the Traxxas holder. :)
   
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05.30.2010, 06:09 PM

if i cut the motor shaft will i have enough clearance to use the stock radio tray with your motor mount, cutting between the brake servo and front box?
   
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05.30.2010, 07:09 PM

Probably not, I used a motor plate that attaches to the rear of the diff mount, which puts it farther back than an integrated diff/motor mount, and I barely have room for pinion with stock radio (receiver battery) box.
   
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05.31.2010, 11:27 AM

It is possible to use the stock tray(most anything is possible), but much less ideal.
   
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