Type: Posts; User: amagnus5
yeah, I could not find which one it was for on the page. But I will check out the traxxas ones.
My slash has got bigger tires and everything has been geared right by my local hobby shop. But whenever I use the speed connector, the drive cup piece expands and the driveshaft pops off. So I am...
Very Nice! Post Vids Soon:)
Grab a big flat head screw driver and scrape it off :)
Ok, if you get proline tires and rims they will fit. Go to there site and look at 1/8th scale rims and tires.
I dont think so, They say 1/8th scale so thats 4.0 or 3.8
Yeah , I would look at these for racing, Not sure if you want the good looking rims but I really like these tech 5's :) I found that the racing ones are mainly the 3.2's, but these badlands are...
I like the Big Joe 3.8's. They would be nice on concrete and off road.
Spur gear, for a basically indestructible setup like mine: RPM- A arms, Casterblocks, Bearing Carriers. Also Traxxas Aluminum Shock Caps, Nothing will ever break with this setup, and a bumper is not...
Ok, Calibrating Directions:
VXL-3s Setup Programming (Calibrating your ESC and transmitter)
Read through all of the programming steps before you begin. If you get lost
during programming or...
Very nice tires, barely wear on grass and dirt, but I never run mine on the street, I pull out the old talons for that :)
It really sounds like a dead battery or its in training mode? What battery was in it?
Yes, the stock revo's are 3.8, thats what I would stick with. Have you seen the Big Joe 3.8's yet?
Yeah, 3.2 is a little small.
I have had my brushless for about 5 years and never had a problem. Go with the VXL, way more power and the batteries last A LOT longer with brushless. I ran my batteries in a friends brushed slash...
This happened to me I ended up making the whole for the button a little bigger and taking the sticker off. It has worked fine for years.
Oh, I am comparing my very old 2.5r frame to the new revo 3.3 and that is what I got.
I have had my electric for about 5 yrs. Bought a revo 3.3 this year and absolutely love it. The handling and power is awesome, and hearing that engine when you slam it to full throttle!
When I got mine the screw was gone, pull the tranny apart! :)
Have you checked craigslist??
Take the EZ Start right off and get a pull start, EZ start is just a pain.
I guess the reverse gears go out a lot, plus, who needs reverse when you've got 4 wheel drive! :)
No, the revo 3.3 is wider and longer. I have the revo 2.5r frame with a 3.3 on it. I measured it, the 3.3 is about 2 inches longer and 2 inches wider.
Revo is the way to go, The 3.3 is a strong easy to tune engine and the suspension is amazing.
I had the same problem when I got mine used, I found that it was missing a bearing.