Type: Posts; User: littlefoot
Tame your wheelies with a center diff
and go brushless
I always recommend the t-bone 4 pc kit
as a basher ..I love it... but for cart wheels down the street or full speed curb hits....big money saver
servo upgrade to the Hitec HS-85MG would benefit...
rpm arms,steel hollow balls,metal knuckles,(i use HR but gpm have a good rep too)
if you are a basher get the t-bone 4pc set
shocks and springs should be high on the list ..adding heavier oil to...
Testors Custom Decal System
there is an upgrade CD can be bought which will allow the modeler to import photos and a free form section so modelers can design their own decals for a personalized...
get a fan and heat sink for the motor and then I would buy a set of pinions 19,21,23 and then 28 and same with the spurs 45,50,55 and that lets you fine tune to your maximum efficiency before...
First bend that into a small V with the point forward or install it at an angle to move the snow to the sides
Second ...get the t-bone 3 or 4 pc kit the underside will help like a ski and the front...
When i saw the trinity at the hobby shop i asked the guy if he has ever seen it running, his reply was .."no but i saw it blow all the universal joints at once when they tried it"...too much...
May as well put a grenade under your car....but it will drop right in
Turns: 9 kV Rating: 8500kV Diameter: 1.08" (27.5mm) Can Length without...
my original question was "What did you use for lubricant "in" the diff?"
and by the response of he used it on the gears i thought the spider gears inside ..
Look up lipo safety ..there is tons of info on them
What diff lube did you put in there?
And did you disconnect the front by removing the spider gears???
The difference between them is brushless motor which has more power and 2.4Hz 5 channel receiver ...
Diff lube comes in different weights and is used inside the diff for the spider gears going without it is asking for problems
It is also important for the handling aspects of the car ...running...
What did you use for lubricant in the diff?
The title says it all
Aluminum bulkheads are they worth the price for a basher setup
They are expensive
and heavy so whats the benefits compared to stock?
Ill second this ...sounds just like the old AM setup i had on the dogs merv ,before i switched to 2.4 ghz
If you are a basher...yes you need it ..you just don't know it yet... and if you are a basher who likes 3s wheelies you also need the wheelie
bar that attaches to the back bumper
Did you Lower the front body posts and try the center diff ..it may shave a little off...very little but it will be much much more controllable
Are you aware that traxxas has a lifetime warranty on their electronics?...save your money and get a good balance charger and 3 s lipos
the car looks great!!
don't worry about gearing for the titus wheels (i'm sure you didn't get the crawler weights added in there so it will be fine)
the heavier weight of the bead locks gives more...
rpm arms and a 4 pc t-bone kit and you will have a 99% chance of never seeing that type of breakage again
upgrade the shocks to the traxxas or exoteks and use 70 wt oil and stiffer then stock springs ...purple summit springs i found too stiff so i cannot recommend that stiff of a spring
I have been using venom batteries for over a year now... they do just fine... like many batteries they last and perform according to how you treat them.eg: how long you run them while they are almost...
Old or new the result is the same...as for other wings....depends on the brand and what type of plastic its made of
T-bone 4pc kit ....i have many upgrades but this one has saved me the most