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    Summit for sure..... Yes they handle 6S fairly...

    Summit for sure.....

    Yes they handle 6S fairly well. Sure they will break here and there but as said by others the are cheap enough to replace.
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    RPM offers the advantage of not having to have...

    RPM offers the advantage of not having to have your day ruined by a broken arm. Sure you can replace it twenty minutes but who wants to stop and do that in the middle of a run. Broke countless arms...
  3. Road rage and tape em good

    Road rage and tape em good
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    Lack of time ?? Come on ........

    Lack of time ?? Come on ........
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    Second post , first link ...

    Second post , first link

    http://traxxas.com/forums/showthread.php?9009462-Losi-diff-help!
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    No problem.... Any luck with that ???

    No problem.... Any luck with that ???
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    Who ever talked you out of the e-maxx and...

    Who ever talked you out of the e-maxx and convinced you to go with the revo is on the money. Revo is better in every aspect. Like everyone else says.... Buy it ..... Run it ..... Fix and upgrade it...
  8. I also find that 4S is a bit weak for the dunes....

    I also find that 4S is a bit weak for the dunes. I like 5 or 6S for sure especially for the hills your talking about. Go with all four it certainly can't hurt. Just keep an eye on your temps as you...
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    I know it's kinda a pain but maybe take off both...

    I know it's kinda a pain but maybe take off both toe lengths and put them on the bench and make sure they are exactly the same length. Sometime a just a half a turn off can make a different. Also...
  10. This is true, they use em on all four on hill...

    This is true, they use em on all four on hill climbs but you don't see it many other places. Sand rails are built for sand and sand only and are rear wheal drive on purpose. They will wheelie up some...
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    Put her on the bench and take the front wheels...

    Put her on the bench and take the front wheels off and take a good long look at every thing. Both sides should be equal. What ever you just did needs to be looked at. If the rod is out further on the...
  12. It completely depends on the sand. I live on the...

    It completely depends on the sand. I live on the beach. We have sand for endless miles. The beach sand is way different than the pit sand. The beach sand changes dramatically depending on the time of...
  13. Thread: correct me

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    http://traxxas.com/forums/showthread.php?9009100-5...

    http://traxxas.com/forums/showthread.php?9009100-5s
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    http://traxxas.com/forums/showthread.php?9010737-R...

    http://traxxas.com/forums/showthread.php?9010737-Replacing-rear-diff

    I moved it for ya
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    You can move it ... Just copy any paste the link....

    You can move it ... Just copy any paste the link. No you defiantly don't need to to both diffs , just replace the bad one. Clean off the grease /oil with a rag the best you can it doesn't have to be...
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    +1 summitbasher24 and clinical, go ahead and buy...

    +1 summitbasher24 and clinical, go ahead and buy new gears or buy the whole diff and just replace it for now. That's how you get your feet wet. Don't over think it. Just do it. Thats how you learn....
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    Hard saying without pic's. It sounds like you've...

    Hard saying without pic's. It sounds like you've got some nice upgrades. No motor or esc though. 400ish ?? IDK
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    They work well on road , I've never tried it on...

    They work well on road , I've never tried it on my brasher. On road it does just what it says... It is easier to control and does not sway from side to side as much. Sometimes I get swaying from side...
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    Not sure what your up to but you don't connect...

    Not sure what your up to but you don't connect any battery's at all when your hooked up to castle link for programming
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    Yes they will bend and once they do they are...

    Yes they will bend and once they do they are junk. Or course it depends on the crash but eventually they will bend. All aluminum does. I run the stockers. Cheap and easy to replace when they break....
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    The low voltage cut off is per cell, does not...

    The low voltage cut off is per cell, does not matter if your running 2S or 3S . It's not the combined cells in a battery or a set of battery's it per cell. So set it at 3.2 as you said and run it....
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    You can try it, in that other thread someone was...

    You can try it, in that other thread someone was talking about cutting a small strip of tin can around the pin before you heat shrink it but that sound suspect to me as well. If you try the heat...
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    You gotta read bro... It's spelled out for you in...

    You gotta read bro... It's spelled out for you in the treads we've linked. Look at the thread that NFS just posed again. Only thing he said solder the pin in.... It needs to be spot welded not...
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    Well things happen , your putting a lot of power...

    Well things happen , your putting a lot of power through all those parts. I never just throw everything away there's always parts to keep for spares. The axels can be taken apart and fixed or you can...
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    No , sorry my bad , it's been a while, I had to...

    No , sorry my bad , it's been a while, I had to buy a second one cuz the heat shrink failed and the pin came out and got lost so I had to buy a second one. 1 rebuild kit LOSB3505, 1 du-bro DUB2108...
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