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    Rally/Ken Block too slow

    So I robbed a LRP vector 5.5 turn and mamba max pro from another car also put in 2s lipo x2 in parallel for some oomph. It's raining now so no testing yet.




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    The first thing you need to do is get rid of those tires!!! For any speed & control, you need some rubber with grip, not slip!
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    I'm running HPI X-Patterns on mine.
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    Thats funny you say that i ordered some spare wheels and x patterns at lunch today.

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    3s lipo will solve that problem.

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    the motor is around 6300kv 3s lipo would nuke it.

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    Put the stock 380 motor back in.

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    Took it out alittle today was alot of fun, no way is that 380 going back in. The original setup was just boring and the new setup being sensored gives it pretty smooth control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Utilityknife View Post
    Thats funny you say that i ordered some spare wheels and x patterns at lunch today.
    How well do they handle? Are they grip or drift or a mixture? I fancy getting some...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Utilityknife View Post
    Thats funny you say that i ordered some spare wheels and x patterns at lunch today.
    How well do they handle? Are they grip or drift or a mixture? I fancy getting some...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cossack4 View Post
    How well do they handle? Are they grip or drift or a mixture? I fancy getting some...
    Great grip, but can still be overpowered for some slip too! They come in different compounds for more or less softness/grip.

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    I need to pick up a pair of those HPI wheels for my wife's Rally. Where did you get em. The local hobby shop around here is a little shady and always out of what I need. Rims too.

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