Type: Posts; User: Twidget
Yes, you need larger wire. Look at the wire on the speed control. There's a reason Castle put 10 gauge wire on there...
He's asking if the new version of Traxxas' 2.4GHz radio will come with the truck if purchased new, not whether or not the truck comes with a radio.
Like Padrino said, I'd imagine that this will be...
I did something similar, except I used my sandblasting cabinet... :D
I use them on my truck, they work good for keeping the dirt off the shock shaft, which in turn keeps it out of the shock oil and makes your seals last longer. My only gripe is that it's annoying to...
70/30 is the default for my DX3S, and I'm not sure if it can be changed or not, but it's what I prefer anyway. All I had to do was calibrate the forward, reverse, and neutral. I even left the EPA's...
No, but if your pillow balls or retaining caps are unscrewing themselves, that will mess you up!
24mm is not tight at all, once you take out the spring clip in the top of the compartment.
Actually, I prefer red loctite on some things, like CVD setscrews and nitro clutchbell screws. It's still perfectly removable, you just have to use quality tools, and sometimes a little heat.
Dimension: 162 x 50 x 30 mm
The 30mm thickness might be pushing it when combined with the length, seeing as the ERBE battery box tapers on the ends...
Glad you got it figured out.
If you have a 25 yard turn diameter, something's broken, damaged, overtightened, etc. Check for malfunctioning servos, too tight pillow ball caps, rocks in the steering linkage, and so on.
Heh, I thought mine might have a shredded gear from the factory the first time I pushed it across the floor after taking it out of the box. It sounded bad! Turns out it was completely normal.
Those Tenergy's won't fit the ERBE, they're 4mm too thick.
The user. Read the description at the top of the post and it'll tell you all about it.
RedRaider runs a pair of those in his ERBE. He used a dremel with a sanding drum to obtain the needed clearance in the battery compartments. For what it's worth, Hyperion's spec sheet says the the...
He's talking about the brushless motor power wires, not the ESC 's power/signal line.
An easy way to get the wires plugged in with the correct rotation direction every time: Turn the motor upside down so that the wires are pointing straight at the ground. Line up the motor and the...
I do like my DS1015, although I prefer to use a Racer's Edge clamp-on servo horn with it, since the output shaft is Futaba spline, but slightly undersized.
Not really. The ERBE does not like Ni-Mh batteries at all.
You'll need a power supply. If you ever intend to fully utilize the 208b's power, you'll need that Meanwell SE-600-24 in order to get the full output power from the charger.
Sorry Captain, but that's the EVX2 that uses one pack for the BEC. The MMM in the ERBE has a switching BEC that uses the full pack voltage.
It sounds like the OP either has a problem with his...
Stock rockers are P2's for the ERBE. Yes, you can run the LT springs with them, silver in the front and blue in the back.
They look pretty substantial, but they also look like they will hit the ground and drag when you compress the suspension?
Yup. That's a tool every R/C hobbyist should have in their toolbox.
There was a thread about those a while back. I think they died pretty quick, sheared right off.