Type: Posts; User: vink99
Thanks, Quinton firmware 1.24 solved the issues for me.
Happening to me right now. I have the same batteries but it didn't happen with my first ESC. I run 18/54. I also run a Castle BEC so not sure what it is. Do you run any Punch Control?
It uses existing holes and comes with the screws that you need.
The New Era once is very low profile. Its under the stock body with no problems. I have one and I like it. I bought it to mainly to protect the motor and ESC.
I used this with 6 of the carbon fibre pads. Allows me to run some slippage. The stock would just burn up if it wasn't fully tight. Well Worth.
With traxxas, scale is kind of off. 1/10 E-Revo is barely 1/10, more like 1/8. I think the Rally should be able to run the smaller Tamiya bodyshells like the ones for the M05 chassis.
I'm getting a Titan when it comes out. In the Winter I'll flip it over on skis and put a prop on it...Instant Airboat!
Traxxas is releasing a bigger version of the Slayer. I'd Imaging this would make a E-revo --> to E-Slayer Conversion better since the body is larger.
It can cause major problems since the drivtrain is fixed forward/backwards. The tires will spin at different speeds causing excessive wear and tear. You can solve that by using the Center...
Its not the LVC. THe Nimh are not providing enough amperage. I had this problem too when i ran nimh. i had a pair of 7.2v and 8.4v. The 7.2v kept stuttering and hesitating. Never used them...
YEah that plastic looks very brittle.
I seriously can't believe this guy. He made it RTR and more expensive than a new ERBE....
I'm not looking to buy. Got my own e-revo just wanted show you guys this deal...
yeah we have lincoln welder at work (i work at a hotel). you ground the allen key and give it a little tack weld.
I actually welded a spare allen key to the screw and then cranked it out.
I run Castle Link under Windows 7 64 Bit. Also the only CAstle ESC with direct USB is the Mamba Max.
If your pinion can't handle that torque its not going to handle the brushless power.
I've cut down M3 or M4 screws that fit in the pinion. Because they use larger allen heads you get more torque to get them tight.
Upgrades don't hold their value very well in the aftermarket. Someone was trying to sell a E-revo for $1000 because he has all the Integy Aluminum parts. people just laughed at him...
He probably has the Throttle setting on his radio reversed to compensate for the reverse wiring.
I take a 3mm screw, trim it down (the shaft part and the cap) to take the place of the set screw. YOu can really crank it down.
That electromagnetic fluid is also used in Corvettes suspension to stiffen up the shock absorbers. It is a viable alternative.
The main problem I see is the water drying out. I'll probably buy a differential off of ebay and try it out. Don't be surprised if you see this in RC cars in a few years. Especially since they are...
look at non newtonian fluids on youtube to see how weird they behave.