That's a good Lipo.
Type: Posts; User: Super Dude
That's a good Lipo.
Well, they snap like twigs on the Slash 4x4. The LHS was out of 4x4 replacements, so I bought some Rusty ones. They lasted about as long as the official 4x4 ones.
I wish you the best of luck, but...
I would totally keep the body lol.
Ima keep my mouth closed on this one. http://www.nick.com/turbonick/assets/buttons/tv/spo/btn_spo_laugh_box.jpg
Good effort and all, but your temps aren't in need of a fan. 105* is chillin.
I think it was a frame taken out of the video.
I saw this on the news. I couldn't believe the boat was salvageable.
K here it is lol
Hope the mods don't kick me in the nuts for triple posting, but it worked! I guess all imported video files have to be WMV.
I'm uploading it to Facebook right now. Next I'll upload it to...
K well Google told me that Movie Maker doesn't work with MPEG-2, and that I need to use WMV. Not sure if this is accurate, but it's worth a shot.
i have the pack that that version came in. my computer auto-updates.
is there any way to download just movie maker, and not the full pack
I have Windows XP Home Edition. The download in that link doesn't work.
Bond. James Bond.
could you please show me where to download this? and will it work with the movie maker file i already edited?
i'm not sure what version it is, but it came installed on an earlier version of windows xp home.
i let it run over last night and it didn't straighten out. any ideas?
i really don't know. i'm gonna let it run overnight, and if it can't get it's stuff together, ima scrap the whole project
I have my video completed. it is 5 mins long and worth about 36MB. when i try to save it as a movie file, it doesn't work. the time remaining keeps going up by 10mins every seconds, and still at 0%...
I can't stand them either. All the shaking gives me a headache. :wacko:
Can you swap the radio out for a known working one? That's probably the problem.
1. 4s will obviously be faster than 3s. Not by the amount that 3s is faster than 2s, but it will be noticable.
2. It won't matter. Charging 2 batteries instead of one can be irritating, but then...
Probably because it was catching air underneath it.
It isn't a massive difference between fronts and rears. It won't make a huge difference, and chances are an average LHS won't have both in stock.
He said he didn't want a dual battery vehicle.
If I were you, I would get a Slash 4x4 and toss some big tires on it (and a pickup body if you worry about it looking funny)
having all fronts will give you a slightly wider stance though, if that's what he wants.
Wrong. The higher the C rating, the less the voltage will drop under stress. If your battery has a higher C rating, the voltage will stay more level and not trip the LVC until it's supposed to.
the hardcase will also protect it should you drop it on the ground, or gets damaged in a big crash.
yeah, what dad said. the vxl is a fairly forgiving motor, but you've put yours through a lot.