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    2WD Summit?

    Is there anyway to make the summit able to change between 2 and 4 wheel drive from the remote using the empty space on the micro servo holder? I am only asking because I ran my summit in 2WD a few times and liked it but taking the front drive shaft out is a big task.. Thanks
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    It can be done, I have seen this project. Servo was disconnecting front center shaft. It was nicely done. But dont remember where.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marek_K View Post
    It can be done, I have seen this project. Servo was disconnecting front center shaft. It was nicely done. But dont remember where.
    Okay thanks for that, I might try search the web.. Hopefully something will pop up on a forum somewhere

    EDIT: I found this on youtube, not the best explanation but a well working system
    Last edited by JoelRobbo; 09-12-2013 at 04:30 AM.
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    That is the one I was talking about. I read another thread here and e-revo braking distance is 3x longer with just 2WD. Just to let you know.

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    Also check the summit FAQ under "dig" for a similar project
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marek_K View Post
    That is the one I was talking about. I read another thread here and e-revo braking distance is 3x longer with just 2WD. Just to let you know.
    Yeah I experienced that although it didn't bother me
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