Type: Posts; User: Chrono
I did a search on these guys and didn't really get anything with regards to mounting them on Revo's, so does anyone know if the zero offset rims will fit properly? (Using Ofna 17mm adapters) Ie,...
Now the real question is, how good are you at driving? :)
I think having both steering servos connected to the same channel would be fine, as long as you have steering expo in your remote
Needs more scenes of you chasing after people's dogs in my opinion
I like the slow-mo btw. Looks like it's taken right out of the Traxxas dvd :)
Yamaha, running the engine lean will still kill it, even if you are running at a decent temp, because it engine isn't getting enough lubrication. This is why you tune by performance, not temp.
Two of the instrumental designers/testers, Craig and Roy, left the company, so there are many rumors that the new owners are clearing out inventory and closing doors
You mean RD Racing, RD Logic was never that great to start with :)
20, got my Revo a month ago, had a Jato for over a year though :)
Hey, Brian, how much does JD pay you a week? :lol:
20, college (which owns me financially) student, and I own a Revo
Yes, but try not to put too much on. Can't remember the brand, but I got a bottle of blue threadlocker once, only to find that it penetrates like crazy. The brand I'm using now is Permatex, which...
Revo and Savage are just as good bashers as the Tmaxx.....if not better
Can't say anything for the Savage, but the stock Revo is definitely more urable than the stock Tmaxx
A rod costs what? 50 cents to mail? That rod they replaced "free of charge" for you probably costs them less than $5.50 to manufacture :)
I thought you meant you paid 6 bucks both ways. Heck,...
Kyosho 500k diff fluid. Nuff said :)
amainhobbies has them
Hey, you know what I realized? FlamingNuke is right. No matter how fat or how tough you make the center section of the turnbuckle/pushrod, the weak point will always be the threaded ends. There is...
I think atmo mentioned it one time, as a cheap alternative to buying a single chamber pipe.
Yeah, those are the ones....hmm...I guess I'll have to try them out when I get a chance. I swear the outter bearing seems much bigger...
Actually, he could drill deeper and puncture the baffle that's behind it. It'll turn the pipe into a single chamber, which would be much louder. Am I wrong?
To be honest, you should go to a local hobby shop and check out what the guys there are running, and see what fits you. They are almost guarenteed to provide a less biased opinion than us Revo nuts...
Nah, I was just messing around with you. You are asking in the Revo forum, so obviously everyone is going to say get a Revo :)
All in all, the Revo is a better buy for your money. You'll end up...
Which holes were stripped? The big ones that fasten the chassis to it?
I checked hot racing, and they have 2 types of axle carriers. Are you sure you got the HD and not the normal version? It looks to me like QMAK is right about the HD having oversized bearings.
Well, you ARE asking on the Revo forum, so I'm obviously going to suggest you get a CEN
lol.....you just want to make it louder?
Take the pipe off ;)
Or buy a single chamber / high flow pipe
I would imagine buggy and truggy center diffs feature larger/more gears that generate more resistance in the oil. I'm not sure on this, but I think the Revo has a much smaller diff simply because it...