Type: Posts; User: Skullbasher
There wasn't much damage...
The RC18Ts, the Rustler, and the Savage didn't break a thing.. Although the buggy broke an a-arm when he landed poorly in my driveway, and bent two...
I don't see how mixing fuels will help prevent carbon build up... That is what after-run is meant to do...
Here's a video I just finished making.
My first video that I have ever made. So I hope it is decent...
Eventually I'll get the video of...
I am very pleased with my CVDs... There is alot less play in the drivetrain and they are much stronger than stock shafts(The steel yokes did help alot). But I went through four stock shafts before I...
You could try turning it upside-down and blasting some nitro cleaner in there..
I have a steel spur, it stipped my traxxas clutch bell to heck... I do not reccomend using a steel spur, the only reason I do is because I cannot find a plastic one big enough.
As for the throttle...
Yea, just turn on your radio, hit the brakes, and see if the throttle arm on the carb move back any. When I first got my rusty it had unajusted trims also.
Yea, the os .18s are beasts. If you bend your weelie bar a little closer to the ground, the weelies will be controlable.
With my truck, 22/72 gearing, batteries in front, and tons of aluminum, the...
Here are the newest pics of Ol' Rusty..
I recently noticed that the only stock parts on my truck are: front tower/bulkhead, fuel tank, tranny, rear arm mounts, and some nuts and bolts...
Accually the only thing the failsafe protects from, that a TRS doesn't is interference... A spring will return the servo with complete loss of power, out of range, loss of throttle linkage, or dead...
It's because of the final drive ratio..
I personally prefer a pullstart. Alot less weight, better cooling, no battery charging, easier to wrench on the truck, plus no carrying the ez-start controller around everywhere. Although many swear...
Heres the link for the parts list
Thats interesting... I can't fit smaller than a 20/72 with my os .18.
I noticed you have the rotory carb and I have the slide carb(bad idea on my part)
With me, I cannot my the engine any closer...
For must haves, get a TRS, a fuel filter, and some zip-ties... The essentials of RC.
I don't believe in Failsafes unless you race, or drive in an area that causes interference. Because other than...
I would take RD over any other aluminum company anyday.
I think that would make a good project. I say go for it, and tell us the results.
I think it is just a polished sleeve, not real porting difference. But this still adds performance.
alot of tracks alow you to run a .15 if it came with the truck. But if you are going to run ROAR, you need a .12
You will have to check with your local track..
I truthfully love nitro over electric. My favorite part... not waiting for batteries to charge.
Hope you have a good experience in the nitro world.
Wierd... It does come with the normal 2.5... It come with the "TRX 2.5 Racing Engine"
While the Revo has the "TRX 2.5R Racing Engine"
As stated on the Details pages
^^^ I'm more stocked about the sway bars and the hex hardware than the speed... I even tried fabricating my own sway bars for my rustler, just because I know how much they help handling...
I am probably going to get one, ofcourse thats what I said about the Revo when it was coming out...;)