Type: Posts; User: wmckay96
Ive torn mine down and compleatly rebuilt it. Its easy. Only problem I have sometimes is putting screws in the right place.
The proline lcg is built for bashing.
I want to build a backslash 4x4. What else do you need to change? Will the lcg chasis work?
I am looking into building a 4x4 lcg backslash but I am lost as where to start. Probably get a 4x4 roller and build from there. Would anyone be able to help with a partslist and what ill need?...
I am assuming you tried the steering trim? Maybe time for a new servo :thumbup:
......... maybe some blue spray paint.......
^that stuff is also really good.
Have you thought about a backslash instead? I run the flm sealed diff it is amzing quality. With 100k oil it feels pretty locked. 200 would probably do exactly what you want.
The proline is cnc'd making it lighter then the plastic. They also hold together better and dont flex at all.
Ahhh isee what you mean. Its plenty strong no braces needed.
If you drive it right it will :thumbup:
All I do is bash, not a racer... it holds up better then stock :D
Between the 2x4 and the 4x4?
What did you use to extend the front?
Sooooo was it a slash?
Not a weight difference on the traxxas version but the proline lcg is definetly lighter. Just enough to notice it.
There is some good track locators online. Traxxasmused to have one.... idk if they still do.
If it is the diff, look into a flm diff or the proline performance transmission.
Bashing and breaking = ^_^:D:p~:):thumbup::wub:
I believe proline shocks are longer? Or maybe try longer shafts? How much longer do you want?
You have to recalibrate it. Look under the manual for recalibration instructions.
No they are small in store only. Might have an ebay page though. Uncle dons hobbies
Cvd's are worth it. Rpm is always the best choice for a arms. I bought an strc aluminum belcrank today :mellow:
Would love to see some smoke stacks behind the cab. It looks killer!
The esc doesnt fit on the shelf though (I made it fit) (kinda) and I bought a new waterproof box to mount the reciever in. Hopefully I can line it up to the servo holes.