Type: Posts; User: KC5H
Hey. MIP axles are good stuff. If I can't get the Race Duty CVD's replaced by MIP I might just try to straighten them out and go from there. Then they will get a new home on an Ultimate Slash with...
Well I never got around to e-mailing Matt over at MIP. I would not want to replace a part that was never mint for bashing with another of the same part anyhow. Three out of the four Race Duty axles...
These are the steel CVDs
Yesterday I had a dog bone pop out of the diff cup. Again. And sure enough the axle is bent right where it thins out near the diff cup... This just will not do.
I installed the MIP race duty CVD's on my Tellup4de about 2 weeks and 8 packs ago. I have bashed it and the MIP's as hard as I can so for. Big air and hard landings, full speed 100 foot cart wheels....
Good 2.2 beadlock wheels that will work = Vanquish Method 2.2 Race Wheels with the .800 SLW hubs. $$$$$
Tires = any 2.2 you would like. Proline Flat Iron in the m3 (soft) compound are a good...
Spenniepoos. I'll give a review as soon as I get some miles on them and post up any problems that arise from then on... I guess like a long term thing.
The steel was my intent. I ordered them from SHR for a fair price. I'll give a review after I've ran them a month or so.
What are the opinions from anybody running these. How do they compare to the MIP X-Duty CVD's? I really like the lower rotational mass of the dog bones. I'll be running one are the other on my...
Which Tacon? 2858, 3650, 3660, 4074
What E-MAXX said. But I will add this. If you are still running the stock 12T Titan you need to run a 9T pinion gear on the 54T spur that comes with the Slash slipper for a 6:1 gear ratio. Even the...
In most cases, after the paint has been laid down no one will ever know it happened unless you tell them. I scuff the heck out of my shells before I even mask and once the paint is down no one knows....
Sweet:thumbup: I can't wait to see the finished project.
The Slash 4x4 and Stampede 4x4 a-arms will fit the Telly. You will have to change the camber and steering links as well as the drive shafts. But if I were you I would start looking for a good...
Antenna tube came off and now the antenna is about 2 inches shorter then it was yesterday.:rolleyes: Makes for some real short speed runs:lol:
Ground down a set of four 2.8" stock wheels (no tiers) while drifting my Tellup4de on cement.:p~
Traction? What traction? We don't need no stinking traction!:wacko:
QUICK NOTE: Traxxas 2.8" wheels do NOT last long on cement. But dude... I had a blast.:wacko::D
It don't work that way. If it's not the same snow, same place, and the same finger on the trigger, it just will not calculate.
I got about the same 20 or so minuets out of my set-up in our last...
Sounds about right. Snow is hard on the whole system and the cold will sap your batteries.
Yes sir. I agree. But looks great on a Slash
Nice Jeep!!!! What size/offset wheel hub did you use?
Strap a piece of 1/8"x2"x 12" balsa on top and with more room you would get higher in altitude too.:wacko:
The answer to both of your questions is--yes. But the body post are kinda tall. I just cut the bottom of the rear body post off about 1 inch. Also the Telly uses shorter A-arms and drive shaftes.
My buddy picked 1 up yesterday. No where close to fitting. And to make it happen takes way to much cutting.
I'd like to know too. I'll be watching this one.
NE DESIT VIRTUS
I will fit. Need one for my Tellup4de too.
"NE DESIT VIRTUS"