Type: Posts; User: nwetonitro
if your going to buy a sheet of CF you may want to read into this thread first.
I had the same idea so i started a...
i thought of multiplying everything by 10 and making a real life rusty before... it would be awesome
im 15, got into the hobby last year with a used rustler
i wouldn't do that, the savages are a rock from what i heard.
you don't need the easy start. The new engine will come with a pull start, all you need is a glow warmer. Or you could just use the glow lead from the easy start and take it off when its started.
yes it does, thats why i just had to ask.
no wonder it was so hard to get the upper chasis screwed into the bulk.....:lol:
ok so here it is. It looks pretty uniform and when i bought the car it was like this, so i assumed it was right. I went back downstairs and i saw something i never noticed, the chasis was bending to...
like the whole thing should be flat??? really. Mine bends after the steering knuckles. it bends up and then connects to the bulkhead.
does you lower chasis have a bend in it?
it should be that if you can push the piston all the way through the sleeve. THen it is bad.
yes, the 4 tec is a direct fit.. In the package there is a grey thing and one of the little metal part that transfers power to the wheels.
THe 4 tec will be smaller, but it works great.
ya, brakes are easy... zip out 2 screwsm take the spur off, and pull of the assembly. A-arms you will have to unconnect all camber links and so on and so forth..
hey just a quick heads up, you left shock is a little longer than your right, so what you gotta do is unscrew the ball end of the shock on the shaft a little, or screw the left in a little.
WHen you get that, or if you already do.... You need to clean that real good before you do anything and get all that sand off of it.
actually, all you really need to buy is top chasis, bottom chasis, tranny, motor mounts and a fuel tank...
ya, you fang the intake ports on the sleeve and do some cuts on the crankshaft...
why spend money on an exspensive carbon fibre brake disc when you can buy a fiberglass 4-tec one for like 2 dollars..
Mine locks up the breaks really good.
you recommended me for the brake disc a while back...
maybe you could try some porting on the sleeve and crankshaft.
oh and the brake disc for the 4 tec is like 2 dollars, they're pretty cheap.
same here, but instead i put a 4-tec brake disc in. It is a little smaller but it is fiberglass and locks up the breaks really good.
or you could just go to auto zone and by some COPPER GASKET MAKER... put it on and wait 24 hours
i did it and it works perfectly
Try road rages, or maybe some jaco foams. You could also run dirt-hawgs as they are all terain and get pretty good traction.
when it is at factory settings, it should be fairly thick, but not overdoing it. When you are in tune, it should be a thin stream. Also, get some copper gasket maker and seal up your engine at the...
it is january 30th they have it on the site...