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Thread: LCG XO-1 Revo

  1. #41
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    Very well done mate .
    Slugs are just naturally aspirated snails

  2. #42
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    Thanks I appreciate it!
    If it didn't break you can do it again.

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    Looks good. Nice clean work.

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    Thanks. I still need to finish one with an aluminum chassis and weigh it. The carbon fiber one weighs in at 6lbs without tires and using the lst diff mod.
    If it didn't break you can do it again.

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    I have been looking at the xo power servo,what do you think about them

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    It's super power hungry. It canax out my mm2 internal bec easy. I'm using my old receiver pack from when it was nitro, just to power the servo. I used the factory splitter and with some small mods it works great for the money
    KCCO

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    Just an update. I twisted off the shortened stock erbe center shafts while running on 4s . So I'm shortening short summit shafts and using 4 of the diff ends. When trying to install the rear shaft to my aluminum foc shaft, I found that the flat portion of the foc has twisted about .010" making it near impossible to install the summit shaft. Also, I'm waiting on some bearings to finish up my lst diffs with traxxas pinion.
    KCCO

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    Well that is good to know...question though did you have an accident prior to twisting the shaft off?
    If it didn't break you can do it again.

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    Love it. Nice.

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    No, I had been curb jumping, then testing it's towing ability
    KCCO

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    Well that is what happened then...How much were you able to tow before it let go? I bet the aluminum shaft would have been fine no towing. It was just the constant torque that tweaked it.
    If it didn't break you can do it again.

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    Weight unknown. It was a Honda 200s 3 wheeler with no rider. The shaft only tweeked because of the plastic drive shaft yoke. The hole for the pin is where it twisted
    KCCO

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    It twisted because of the torque put through drivetrain. The plastic gave up before it sheared the shaft at the pin hole. A metal one would have held a little longer but would have resulted in a complete breakage. That is still a lot of weight though.
    If it didn't break you can do it again.

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