Type: Posts; User: shagnat
I gave up on FLM parts. Too many don't fit properly. I had bought several of their items and intended to replace any broken/wornout parts with FLM, and about half of what I bought had fit issues....
For ~$20 the 2075 is a great servo. Like you, I got about 2 yrs out of mine with nothing but abuse thrown at it. However, when it started going bad, electronically and mechanically, it threw me for a...
AKA and Associated Engineering Pro keep your tire glued no matter what.
You'll be going to a digital servo from an analog servo. There's a huuuge difference in performance and centering. It's a small price for a very good upgrade IMHO.
Wow!!! And that goes for your horse you rode in on too!!! lol
Don't know how long cardboard would last............... but, does anybody else find it insane to do parking lot jumps???!!! Aren't we asking for even more broken parts?
Give Dave at Progressiverc a shout before you do anything. He's great, has terrific products at a great price and best of all, has the best customer service in the business. You'll be glad you did.
Before you buy anything, do yourself a big favor and contact the folks (Dave) at progressiverc. They are GREAT with products, advice, and customer service. They sell top-notch equipment at very fair...
huh ? ? ?
Check hobby partz and go with Gens Ace if they're in stock. Otherwise I'd go with Haiyin Store. Excellent batteries at a super price and "real" shipping instead of some inflated charge. Also,...
I haven't found anything the Talons are good for....... isn't that what comes on the Pede?
The thing with tires is, what's good on one surface is bad on another. It is really best to buy two...
Glad I'm not the only one who didn't get it........... and where was the "review"??
It'll work but not for long. Have you ever run it on 2s. I cannot imagine why anyone would want more than 2s. it's all I can afford to keep replacing broken parts at 2s and 40mph. Dunno why you'd...
Dirt is pretty much right on. Don't wanna' be sorry later by skipping anything of the steps he's outlined.
I like the Velineon motor with the Castle MMP ESC. Great combo with lots of "tuning" options.
20 yrs.? hhmmmm
+1 on the mesh.
All 3 of my GT3Bs are fine. Had on $7 receiver go out but had purchased a spare for "just in case".
No issues, faster than my Traxxas TQ radio/receivers plus the screen is much easier to program...
Just a guess, but, I'm thinking a malfunctioning ESC.
I've NEVER found a guy at a hobby shop that knew anything except how to use the register, and some of them have problems with that part of their job.
Follow the directions on the package of RIT dye. DO NOT boil beyond the point of having color saturation that you like. Just a low simmering boil, not a roaring boil. Boiling too long will affect...
If you want racing tires, which seems that what you're after, ask guys at the track what they use. I like bowties, goosebumps, calibers, et al.
Best of luck.
I'm thinking you have other issues.......... I have never seen heat being an issue in 5 mins. Now, if you were running 15+ mins. then maybe heat would a cause, but I'd be checking connections, etc.