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  • Wizz-Jet Fray build

    Killer bee magnets and balanced and trued 2 lam dash arm. RT-HO top plate gears, Wizzard pinion and crown. Wizzard front end with .302 tires and Wizzard .336 reds in the back. Fast and smooth.
    Last edited by SouthShoreRacing; Yesterday, 06:39 AM.

  • #2
    Did you eliminate the pinion shaft from setting in the chassis hole? It was a tite fit with my yellow chassis/gear plate wizzjet build... sanded the tip of the pinion shaft for what seemed like hours to get a “free” fit when mated to the gears and armature(without the motor magnets installed).
    Like your slammed body and color scheme, too!

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    • #3
      Yes, The pinion gear is mounted at the very bottom of the pinion shaft so it does not sit in the chassis hole. The alignment between the hole in the topplate and the hole in the chassis is off so you either have to open the hole in the chassis or not use it. For the most part I followed the recommendations in the videos RC posted. There is a Wizzard build group on Facebook and there are videos on the Wizzard website.

      Thanks, the body is a Greg's Garage Mustang.

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      • #4
        Are you talking about the bottom end of the cluster gear shaft? I can't recall if I checked that when I built my Fray/SS Wizzjet. On my car the end of the cluster gear shaft does go into the hole in the chassis and the car has enough roll that I had to dial in some brakes. Possibly some chassis/gear plate combinations have better alignment than others.

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        • #5
          Yes, the bottom of the cluster gear shaft. It might be the case that some chassis/top plate combos don't have the issue, but it was recommended to me to mount the shaft so it does not engage the chassis hole.

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          • #6
            I addition to the binding, it seemed like the pinion shaft was riding on the rear axle, too...
            sanded it down, as well...

            i thought there was a fray rule that disallowed not having the pinion shaft extend into the chassis?

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            • #7
              I don't think that is the case, but I would have to check to be certain. It is legal for HOPRA vintage T-Jet and the East Coast Outlaws which is where I would race it.

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