Type: Posts; User: fr3dvo
The body is the e-maxx brushless edition.
This is the 4th body I've done, gets easier every time.:D
I got mine about 2 weeks ago.
Which lipos do you have?
Alot of people like these.
I've got 6 packs of theirs and they have been faultless.
Thanks alot mate.
Are they the same part number for both the revo 3.3 and erbe?
I had the same trouble when trying to buy mine.
Got lucky though and got the last one from r/c planet. hehe...
Hey thanks guys for all the info.
I'll just run it and keep an eye on the diff slop over time.
@87 GN Ive got the spc 2s 8000mah 20c models.
Looking to get the green SMC 8000mah 28c ones they have...
Came home from work at lunchtime to see if it had arrived.
Unboxed it, took some pics/put badlands on then went back to work.
Had time to have a couple of runs up and down the road this evening...
Thanks for the info guys.
I was looking around to buy an ERBE online, it took a while as most stores were out
Finally I found one at rcplanet, I got the last one. hehe.
Anyway it's due...
Hi, wondering if someone can tell me what the difference is?
Did the first brushless editions come with the green motors? if so, when did the black motors come out?
This may help.
I just ordered some of those FLM stub axles myself, they look really good.
I'm sick of bending my stock ones right where the pin hole is.
Definitely a weak point.
In my experience stiffer springs in the rear absolutly
increase wheelies on asphalt.
Softer spring springs seem to absorb the initial punch
As for highs speed runs I would say its more...
Thanks traxxasbrothers, I will remember that for next time.
No rustlers were injured in the making of this video.
Thanks, yep , felt pretty sick when it happened.
If anyone can give me the lowdown on embedding vids would be great thanks.
I copied and pasted the embed code but it didn't work.
I did it once before but can't remember how I did it.
Proline 50's Chev.
Iv'e always thought that attaching a rustler transmission and a-arms to a tamiya lunchbox or monster beetle could be fun.
Also adding some rustler shocks or other better performing shocks.
I found these charts helpful.
I really don't see the point in having a dust cover ("sealed" or not)
when the motor side has some fairly big gaps that let sand, dust and grit in anyway, IMO the rpm "sealed" cover will just trap...
Hey I just got some Gladiators, I have installed them but haven't run them yet.
Heres some photos to get ya blood going while you wait :D...
wow ok , I would have assumed that the geolandars would have worn more slowly that the gladiators.(I know that it all depends on exactly what you run on)
But thats good to hear.
I will get some...
Thanks Dad, I agree that it is one of the few good looking truck bodies.
I haven't tried the gladiators yet, I look forward to giving them a go as most people here say they are good.
I was happy...
This is my new body, all ready to be scuffed up. :D
Got these rims and tires coming for it too....