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    so all i can say is WOW

    what a difference with the castle sct system was worth the 104 bucks, more power speed and with the sct x trenchers it will back flip.
    half throttle down the street then nail the throttle pulls the wheels off the ground
    and im still running the stock spur and 16t pinion

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    indeed its a huge difference its a whole other beast now im only runnin a 12t pinion but that fast enough for now im gettin my new wheels, tires , body and some aluminum goodies this weekend so will get some pics up as soon as its completed

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    How is the performance/driveability on low speeds compared to stock? Got my Telly yesterday and will probably go BL when the Titan dies
    But I can't find any waterproof sensored BL ESC's

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhar186 View Post
    indeed its a huge difference its a whole other beast now im only
    runnin a 12t pinion but that fast enough for now im gettin my new wheels, tires , body and some aluminum goodies this weekend so will get some pics up as soon as its completed
    What wheels and tires u going to run

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atle View Post
    How is the performance/driveability on low speeds compared to stock? Got my Telly yesterday and will probably go BL when the Titan dies
    But I can't find any waterproof sensored BL ESC's
    The VXL-3s ESC is a sensored ESC and waterproof, just need to find the motor that will work for you
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    Don't think they make a sensored brush less waterproof I searched for my wraith couldn't find anything

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjoehandley View Post
    The VXL-3s ESC is a sensored ESC and waterproof, just need to find the motor that will work for you
    The VXL-3s is not sensored in any way. Although it is capable of running sensored brushless motors without the sensor cable, therefore sensorless. As far as I know there are no waterproof sensored brushless systems on the market.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoelRobbo View Post
    The VXL-3s is not sensored in any way. Although it is capable of running sensored brushless motors without the sensor cable, therefore sensorless. As far as I know there are no waterproof sensored brushless systems on the market.
    no there is not any sensored brushless motors atleast in the big companys tekin, novak, caste, etc

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    Um, the VXL-3s ESC is more than capable of running a sensored motor, with the sensor wire plugged into that port in the ESC. A friend of mine is running a Tekin 550 sized Sensored Motor with a 5mm pinion shaft (3300kv, IIRC) with his VXL in his Slash without a problem, and yes it uses a sensor wire.
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    revolvers and flatirons




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    Looks great
    What width revolvers

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    p/n are 82232 for the black or 82233 for the crome they are rpm rock crawler wide wheelbase wheels
    Last edited by dhar186; 01-20-2014 at 08:22 AM.

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    cool i was looking at those the other day but didnt no if id get wide or narrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhar186 View Post
    revolvers and flatirons

    how does the flat irons handle at high speed

    vfvffffffffffff

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    how do the flat irons handle at speeds

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    Quote Originally Posted by arp15001 View Post
    how do the flat irons handle at speeds
    Pitiful!

    They are ridiculously soft so they flat spot in no time. When you first drive after sitting for more than 5 minutes your truck will bounce up and down until they round out again. They roll way too much in turns and they are extremely difficult to balance.

    All of this makes them a crappy tire for flat surfaces, but they kick *** on rocks as crawler tires. I love my Flatirons on rocks!

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    gmade g airs are the way to go in my opinion

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    ok so my wraith build flat irons will b good...but as for a brushless telly no good
    i guess ill stay with my sct trenchers x and proline beadlock sct wheels

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    finished now need to get a light bar

    Last edited by dhar186; 01-25-2014 at 06:35 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhar186 View Post
    finished now need to get a light bar

    looks awesome

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    Can these be fit on the stock version, body i don't care about but do you needed to change the wheelhubs or adjust anything to fit these wheels?
    Quote Originally Posted by dhar186 View Post
    revolvers and flatirons




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    Shouldn't have to due to offset of the wheels

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    Thank you very much

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