Type: Posts; User: 2.5trxjato
well I hope there reliable because i just ordered the dual brake for the jato. Ill let you know how they work out.
you have to follow it to liquid rc they have them.
i think i saw them on the actual hot racing website. Search google for hot racing products and they should be on there.
can one of you guys send me a pm of where you go this carb from im very interested in getting one for my 3.3 engine
Hm maybe the mesh was off to begin with. Mine runs fine with the badlands on. So much more fun bashing the extra clearance helps!
thanks for the info ill look into it. I have seen some people put a machined steel plate over it to help enforce the tabs.
I have a little more then a quart (not including break in fuel) of 20% nitro ran through my new 3.3 replacement engine and when i got a good tune and put badlands on there i was able to pull wheelies...
nice looking jato you got there. Mines set up for offroads aswell with badlands and other parts. Do you have any advice on changing the gearing running the 2.2 badlands?
Do the copper sleeves have a part number? Would a local hobby shop carry them?
thats what i figured. I heard nothing but good things about the brakes. I am next going to buy an aluminum different case then i think ill be done. Pictures will be on there way
i have them on my jato and i didn't see much of a difference. Perhaps i noticed a bit more power to the rear wheels but not anything crazy. The biggest upside to having these is the less breaking...
any reason as to why your waiting for anacondas again? I just got some 2.2 proline speed hawgs and i actually like them more then the anacondas, seem to be a bit wider and thus have more traction,...
+1 for the 2075 with a flat pack. I have the 2075 non waterproof with a venom 1600 mah flat pack and it turns the 2.2 badlands no problem. For a servo at around 25 - 30 dollars its worth it in my...
yup its the dynamite one never knew they even made lipo glow igniters hopefully itll last longer then the 8 year old hot shot
Finally crashed and just ordered a load of parts for my jato for easter
Golden Horizons Front and Rear Blue Aluminum Shock Towers
Golden Horizons aluminum bulkhead
Blue Fuel Filter
How do you guys recommend you "tune" the breaks it seems like the break is slightly engaged. Whenever i try to loosen the break with the 2 hex screws it becomes to loose and i totally lose the...
my slipper is pretty tight theres about 3 threads showing and it should wheelie in 2nd even though its a 2.5
as long as u have a good glow ignitor it should start up. Mine can sit for a while and still start up fairly easily. It will be easier to start up once you get it up and running.
I just ordered a 1/16e-revo vxl that should be here early next week. I have a jato that i love but wanted an electric to go along with it, and figured this was a good option. :p~ Besides rpm a-arms...
take off the easy start and the one way bearing is right there. I no there are pictures somewhere on these forums do a search. Make sure the tune is good. That will help with starting as well.
thats impossible, a 58T spur gear would actually make the jato accelerate faster but NOT have as much top end...
pretty sure the steel 58T and "cheap plastic" have the same amount of teeth. I believe the cheap plastic will perform just as well as the steel 58T
i put it back to stock and it seems to be fine i guess ill have to live with the squat. Maybe to get some more height ill buy a 17mm hub adapter to run bigger tires.
new filter, some rpm arms all around as stated above, re - gear if you find it necessary, new pipe, aluminum turnbuckles, the parts are endless its whatever you think you want to make stronger but...
since i drive it grass and whatnot i figured if it sits higher it would be able to go over the grass easier but i guess leave it as is?