Typhon My 6s problem....

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I just got a typhoon and when I put my two 7200MAH 90c SMC 11.1v in the tray - the cover simply doesn't fit at all.... Is there something Im missing? These fit in my nero and fazon cage....don't get it
 

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I just got a typhoon and when I put my two 7200MAH 90c SMC 11.1v in the tray - the cover simply doesn't fit at all.... Is there something Im missing? These fit in my nero and fazon cage....don't get it
In my Typhon I've only ran two 5200mah lectron pro 3s and two 5000mah gensacearespammers 2s and the paint is wearing off where the batteries are rubbing the body. I'm thinking that it's just such a form fitting tight body that there isn't that much room. Is the battery tray able to be moved forward at all? Would that maybe help if it is able to be moved forward?
 
In my Typhon I've only ran two 5200mah lectron pro 3s and two 5000mah gensacearespammers 2s and the paint is wearing off where the batteries are rubbing the body. I'm thinking that it's just such a form fitting tight body that there isn't that much room. Is the battery tray able to be moved forward at all? Would that maybe help if it is able to be moved forward?
My 2x3s bricks are also rubbing the paint off the body and also causing the servo to chew up the body on the other side too :( ive touched it back up with acrylic paint but gonna have to look for a more robust solution as its bloody tight under there!.. foam or duck tape on the underside perhaps?!
 
My 2x3s bricks are also rubbing the paint off the body and also causing the servo to chew up the body on the other side too :( ive touched it back up with acrylic paint but gonna have to look for a more robust solution as its bloody tight under there!.. foam or duck tape on the underside perhaps?!
Yeah I noticed that my servo arm was making marks in my body too. I'm not worried about the body at all as my bodies normally get trashed pretty quick but I am wondering how much extra stress I am putting on the servo?
 
Yeah I noticed that my servo arm was making marks in my body too. I'm not worried about the body at all as my bodies normally get trashed pretty quick but I am wondering how much extra stress I am putting on the servo?
Yeah as it digs in deeper it must be causing more friction, i'm not sure if this is a 6s issue or if everyone is having the same problem with the servo arm? design shortfall? Think i'll look to glue a thin peice of metal under it to help it glide a little easier perhaps?
 
I've installed my outcast battery tray in my typhoon so I can use different batteries without any hassle,I also noticed marks on the shell from the servo,thought this might of been caused by my Gka servo mount but guess not. Should be an easy fix now I know what the problem is
 
try moving the rear body mounts up one hole and use only one bolt I run to 3s 5500 hard case lipos with norubbing problems. or try taking the batt tray out and use industrial streght Velcro. mine held the batts in place at a 90 mph crash into the curb
 
try moving the rear body mounts up one hole and use only one bolt I run to 3s 5500 hard case lipos with norubbing problems. or try taking the batt tray out and use industrial streght Velcro. mine held the batts in place at a 90 mph crash into the curb
Does the typhon have adjustable body mounts..? Mine don't look like they are
 
I have a 4s 6000mah, i put mine like in pictures.
 

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Its a common problem with running 6s in 1/8th buggies, most simply will not fit in unless small mah......i have the new Hyper VS and i struggle to fit two 2s batteries.....its a real pain!
 
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