Type: Posts; User: -J-
Good at painting, no..... Good at getting someone else to do it for me, yes! :lol:
I'll post some photos when she's finished. Will be a couple weeks though.
I received my body in the mail today as well. Off to the paint booth she goes... :cool:
I may try and come, but I'm going to look at some dogs in the morning, and I'm having all kinds of issues with both my SC10 and mini e-revo, plus, I'm stilling waiting on parts....
I'm finishing up a rebuild on my mini e-revo, and seemed to have misplaced 2 screws. I obviously need to replace them, but the diagram in the manual isn't clear enough for me to get a part number. ...
never mind. Got it.
That's much better, but the wing really helps with in air handling. What I really want is something similar to the mini inferno wing. Something more truggy looking. I also want a wing mount that...
Let us know what he says. A nice set of beadlocks that aren't that much heavier than stock wheels would be great! Can't be the same wheel if the part number is different and the price is different!
Just back ordered mine, as well as some other things for my revo. I didn't like it at all at first, but I really grew on me. I guess we'll see when it gets here. :cool:
Wasn't what I was hoping for, but take the wing off, and I don't know.... might look decent.
I hope it looks like a real truggy body. I personally hate the stock body.
CX = 25C
VX = 35C
It says this in the description of the batteries on allerc.com.
Might as well run it with the 30K in there. 30K could be right for this truck. You won't know 'til you try it. You've already filled the thing, and it's not going to damage it.
Checked lunsford's website. Didn't see any made specifically made for the mini e-revo, but I'm sure you could find some in the appropriate lengths and sizes. Personally, I'm going with the AE FT...
I'd go with 50 weight oil and tan springs. One of those things you have to adjust to your personal liking.
The mini e-revo? Can I have ur wheels/tires/springs?^_^
I'd go with lighter oil in the front, possibly different front springs as well. There isn't enough front grip.
I'm all for doing it yourself, just didn't want to have to slave away for a half hour if someone already had the info I was looking for.
I'm working on going through the parts list now. I'm only replacing the drive bearings, I don't mind the bushing in the steering components. The stock bearing seals failed, which is why I'm...
Does anyone know how many of each different size bearing is needed. The parts list provided with the kit tells you the size of the bearings that are in the kit, but not how many of each are needed. ...
How would adjustable turnbuckles limit suspension travel?
It's not that there are too many e-revo posts masking the slash posts, they aren't any slash posts. It's not nearly as popular, and getting it's own seperate sub-forum isn't going to...
Really great tutorial. Thanks for all the help, but (there's always a but :lol: ), how many of each of these do you need to do all of them front and rear?
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It's to help keep the truck pointed in the correct direction. Kind of difficult to do with all the available power. :cool:
Appreciate the photos. One more question; What tires are you running?
EDIT: I just looked at the photos again, and I think the tire says bow tie on it. Is the tire a proline bow tie?
How big are they compared to the stock wheel/tire combo?