Type: Posts; User: Eatyapeas
Can swap you for an almost stock Slayer and include a used (in great condition) Revo 3.3 chassis.
The motor is well raced, but still has plenty left in it. Body is Kyosho Subaru WRX for Inferno GT.
So no diff/shaft/tranny issues?
So what parts do people tend to break after going with a brushless setup like MMM?
Might just need to wear in a little.
If it's only a month or so old and there are no missing teeth that could be it.
Mind you i've been runnin the same gears in my diffs for well over three...
It will mar the paint and then melt the body.
Got two options, raise the body posts up a notch, or if your like me and like
the body slammed, grab some heat tape. It's this aluminium tape that ...
Ah sorry, i'm used to metric so the lbs - oz thing gets lost on me a bit.
Your setup sounds pretty good and with the exception of 1/8 centre diff
and HV servos sounds pretty close to mine, tho i...
I went with the full Pro-Line set.
Pricey, but real good.
Wow i kinda thought the stocker would be heavier than that.
Mine had a full tank when i weighed it, so i'm guessin with a full tank yours
would still be a bit lighter than mine?
I'd love to...
My Revo runs at just over 4kgs (4015grammes) on the digital scales.
So that's about 8.85 lbs i think.
Yes they do fit.
and look awesome too!!!!
On the road.... mainly coz i don't a block.
But tuning on the road seems to do the trick for me.
Slayer deffinately needs the aftermarket love!!!
Even Pro-Line only makes like one set of wheels for it, but 6 or 7 for the
The Slayer shares most parts with the Platinum Revo. With...
Yep. The stock shocks will do that.
Never happened that quick for me but yeah it does happen.
The Hard Anno shocks do a fantastic job of keeping the shock oil
clean and i don't think i've ever...
You were right. No chatting please!
Hey, welcome back to the hobby!
I can answer most of your questions from experience.
You will need the option servo horn pack to swap servos. It's cheap as
and includes horns for the three...
I can recommend the M2C clutch.
It's a direct bolt on for 3.3 and the flywheel is big enough to run a starter
box. There are differant shoe and spring options so you can tune the feel
any way ya...
Qoncepts uses 1/8 clutch but your stuck with the Quoncepts flywheel which
is a bit funky.
I've been using my stock clutch with the Traxxas kit and it's been workin just
fine. Will swap to a M2C...
Were did you see the pic?
I've recently pulled out my Qoncepts mount in favour of the Traxxas kit.
The Qoncepts is brilliant and very light but there just isn't much room for
adjustment. Gear mesh in particular was very...
Do ya mean Phat or Fat?
It used to be a problem with the balls popping out of the carriers but there have been severals fixes for that including the new Traxxas carriers with the steel rings.
Yeah sorry i forgot that bit, 2 packs of pushrods and two packs of turnbuckles.
You can keep your P3's, you just need 2 packs of these,...
Man that sucks about your carriers bein ripped off!!!
Should be very easy to convert to revo suspension
You'l need these:
Front Left A Arms...
Yeah another +1 on that!
I raced my engines pretty hard and got just over 12 months outta each one.
No idea how many gallons went them, i'll just say a LOT!!!!
Even the one in my Jato lasted...
Yeah P2's are the best all round rocker fo sure, and you will need the P2 rods.
Depending on the track, P3's are also very good. Our track has lots of large
jumps so i use P3's all the time....
I love the Rally car idea!
The rims from the O'Donnell Z01B look very similar to the old Mitsubishi Evo
rally cars rims. Could try the Subaru body for the Kyosho GT2. Not sure of the