Type: Posts; User: NitroMaster
OFNA Picco .21 is one awesome glow engine. I really like the 2.5 racing engine and didnt have problems with it but wanted more. After a few weeks with my new Picco I'll never go back to a .15 engine....
Its blisters vs convenience. EZ Start hands down is the best IMO.
Trinity are great for riding wheelies but horrible if you jump much. They WILL get bent. Im not familiar with the others but they look cheaply built.
20 feet is probably a stretch, and on its nose maybe more of a stretrch. I have a complete aluminum Maxx as well and love it but it is Heavy compared to my basher. Here's a PIC of the truck.
Its a great engine. You may need to lengthen your linkage from the throttle bellcrank to the carb. you can also turn the carb a bit.
Use a BB pipe for optimal performance.
If you lost only 2 inches you will be fine.
You said it yourself. for the most part there are only two main sizes of screws 3mm and 4mm. Make sure you dont strip a 4mm hole with a 3mm screw.
Most the bottom screws, skids, center braces take...
make sure your one way bearing is going the right way :)
Try looking at some of THESE url's. It may help you :)
Trinity Monster 25% is the good stuff! I recommend it highly.
If you want smooth lines a Dremmel and reamer are the best route. I used a dremmel to cut This hole for the Picco Cooling Head and it turned out good.
Here is what I think you need.
Tutorial on the process.
If its tune correctly will want to pull the front end all the time. It actually becomes annoying :confused: and you end up softening it up not too.
If you glue your slipper clutch its inevidable to strip your gears, The function of the slipper is to solve this problem. Try one of these if your pegs were burning up.
I think you answered your own question ;)
For bashing I'd recommend aluminum bulkheads and Center Rails. Aluminum front / rear skids WILL bend. Aluninum center skid is good for strength as well. (You dont want your chassis to flex)One other...
I really like mine. They work excellent. I can't remember the manufacturer (maybe trinity?) I got them at my LHS. Here's a pic if you can find them.
I dont really care for the...
Its not 1/4 inch look HERE for the correct adjustment tutorial.
I see myself in the paint too :eek: Guess I'm not a professional photographer after all :p
Thanks for the great feedback!
Search results for Filters should answer that :)
Search results for Glitching :) This might help you.