Type: Posts; User: SlashKiller
It looks nice, but someone correct me if I'm wrong -- this is not a backslash. Ha, it looks cool though.
I used a wire brush and got all the silver off. If ya do that you don't have to worry about the paint flaking off ever, too. Its black plastic underneath so it works great.
Stock is one - if I remember correctly. So that is not much of a difference. Ups - better acceleration/traction in general, Downs - wears tires faster (if run on high-grip surfaces) I do know...
Looks like we got an awful demoncrat in the forums here... haha. This helps, it is hard to find the military discount, but using it most places...it sure pays off. I agree with Cirkus...
Those are basically rock crawling wheels (tread goes down the sidewall) and man are that ugly on that. I'll stick to the higher ups in the RC world...Associated ... Traxxas ... Lousy, HPI, n all...
Mine came with it, at $46.00 + 7.00 to include the adapter.
I got a thunder T6 and it works great. The one you linked is the same, just from a different company, I believe.
I do remember that back in the day, no tires had foam! That has since changed I guess...but I cannot specifically answer this question.
Wiring LED's is really easy (I put LED's/fans all over my PC). It's all low voltage electronics, but if you send 'em too much power you'll kill 'em.
Ignore the size thing...the cans are 540 but the rotors may not be.
People say it looks cheap? I'm sure that that is just jealousy...Its an RC body, and it is likely that Parma or Proline made it custom for them, to their qualities because companies like that do it...
Not exactly...I have a 9T motor/35A ESC and no problems whatsoever. It works and its really cheap, why pass that up? So many people ride high on their horses with there mambas...when I go to the...
At least in the front. With some skinny front tires thatd be crazy.ha
Mine did this, the rx was shorting out. Traxxas sent a new one too me for free and I didn't bother fixing it.
Sounds like a short in your ESC, perhaps something just happened off of a jump. Could be an easy fix, depending upon your skills.
Yea, thats what I keep saying. No need for 32p, just a good gear mesh. Me n my father never stripped a gear, ever. About 18 years in the hobby and all 48 pitch.
By Edwards??? Lucky guy! haha, I love that base..but never have I been there, and probably won't every be assigned there.. anyways. sounds fun!
HS-625MG is what I have and its sweet. ha
Stiffer = a lot of rolls due to partly its ride height
Softer = can also have a lot of roll just do too how much the body rolls in a turn.
You just gotta create a good relationship in between...
Without the stock bumpers that'd look BA! haha
I wouldn't go to 32p til ya need too. 15 years in the hobby now and never a stripped gear. All 48p.
I've heard from everyone, not just here, that their the same. I have EZRun and it looks exactly the same. Numerous people told me to get EZRun, or spend twice as much on the exact same thing.
Hes probably thinking of 32p gears.
I've never heard of greasing the pinion/spur. And I think everything would just fly off. At a good speed the grease would be taking so many centrifugal g's that its going to fall off. If your...
Man, I wish I could actually go to the Crandon race...but noooo I have to be down in AFBMT...