Type: Posts; User: Davcruz
I agree with you Rick, just because it doesn't come from Italy don't mean it's bad. But he is right, the Wasp .28 is Tiawan and the Wasp .26 is Italy I think (Picco).
Yep, just bought all this Supermaxx stuff and decided to try out boats instead. Well, maybe I will get a nice bone stock Revo too. But I am wanting to build a nice 46" boat now.
There is nothing wrong with ACNCM bulks, they are 6061 T6 and they are super strong.
Search eBay for Supermaxx, there is a bunch of stuff up there that you will need for your big block, including a Supermaxx tranny ready to bolt in.
Dude he answered your question and it is AIRLINE not air line.
You will see a perfomance difference between Blue Thunder 20% Race and Top Fuel 20%. We did back to back comparison runs with a stock Revo about a month ago, 75 deg out and the Blue Thunder was a...
I believe you are the exception somehow. The ACNCM bulks are very nice quality pieces and really don't seem a lot heavier than stock, but that is just with the hand comparison.
I currently run a Dynamite extended BB aluminum chassis and aluminum chassis braces. I have run a gallon on this set and bashed it HARD and have no problems what-so-ever with the parts.
But....once you do destroy your diffs (and you will), go with UE 6 or 8 spyders and don't look back.
Well, you still need to understand how to tune a nitro motor, but they are easier and slightly more forgiving than those super revvy small blocks.
Plus, a true BB is going to be more reliable, last longer and be easier to tune than a mid block large displacement motor, since the sleeve is so thin on those motors.
Looking very good Tom!!:D
They will all peak a bit over 6vdc. I have the same radio and run my hump packs with it and no problems.
Never got off the horse, I just decided to keep the .26 and do the truck right THIS TIME. I am another $400 lighter in the wallet however, but it is all UE now baby!!
Yeah, I have been spending...
Like Rick and you and I did!
These guys are right bro, to do it right will cost a bunch. I just upgraded my entire driveline to UE and it AIN"T cheap, but it is bullet proof.
Yeah, I know about that. I found some on fleabay so I will get the whole setup.
Slowhandd, I just got my UE 7.5 6 spyder diffs and I know that is what you are running also. With the gear combo you...
I think Slow has hit the nail on the head with the MGT setup. I am going to give that a shot next.
Yes, you are right, I was only thinking along the lines of gear ratio's, not actual clutch setup.
I have been under the impression they are less tunable. :confused:
With a proper tune the plug could last a long time, I have heard reports of a gallon or more.
For your 2.5 I would use a McCoy MC-59.
That is true, I am running a RRP steel topshaft, but even on the stocker the bearing pushed/wiggled on without much addo.
And, whilst we are on the subject. I run a BB in my Maxx, and I have seen...
I am quite pleased with my RRP double disk slipper with steel spur.:)
Too think that I tease my wife about being fickle!!!
I have changed my mind, I am keeping my .26 and have decided to go ahead and blow a load on UE 7.5 6 syder diffs and UE 6mm cvd's, and while I...
Oh, no worries. I wasn't busting you, just explaining that mine didn't come from loose nuts. :D
The Mach is rated at 2.75 HP 32,000 RPM and I am feeling pretty sure that this one is hitting all of it. It may not make 3 HP, but for a less than $150 mill it does pretty darn good.
The pieces I...