Type: Posts; User: revobasher85
pretty sure that is a Joe Diffie song
heres mine with the same tires ^
except they are on hpi stock car wheels
does it? who cares what the esc says its the motors kv.. run 3-4s on a 4000kv motor and make sure you get a vid of it smoking thank u :O.o:
that was a dumb post. how does that help him lol..
http://www.nitrorcx.com/07e-combo-sc-b.html i have this combo i run on 3s in my crt.5 see the esc is exactly like the toro
the toro esc is a rebranded hobbywing sc8 man.. a proven esc :)
4000kv would be better for 3s you would need like a 12t pinion and a 54t spur with that much voltage
time for someone who has the 4000kv toro system to reply.. great system if you want to run 2s batteries, i have it in my 4x4 and it kills my friends 2400 on 3s :p
do some research on how a differential works thank you
hope you have metal shafts because a locker will snap the plastic ones, also your turning radius will get bad
heres mine on tamiya rally blocks they are on 1.9 hpi stock car tires
Was going to mount esc there..love this thing and thanks alot. :)
those will make your shafts snap unless u have cvd also turning radius will be bigger
yep both are 1/16
man these tamiya tires make this thing hook even in grass pretty happy with them
also im not so sure the vxl 3m is a 60amp esc like vxl 3s.. save yourself buy a sidewinder like i did for my minis
it has tamiya rally tires with hpi 1.9 wheels, runs 3s has summit bumpers bodymount and body
i run these on my 1/16 slash and they work great
i agree lst shocks belong on a lst. :wacko:
get the 2400kv
Yes it will.it's the next weak link besides drive shafts or differential gears. I'd rather replace a 4$ spur then expensive trans gears or diffs. If you keep stripping spurs you have a problem...
Stay away from any metal spurs. You will strip expensive trans gears instead
i use a jr z9000t on my revo with no issues
i was using the traxxas cvds with my losi diffs and they held up fine
Type: Ultra High-Torque Digital Servo
Torque: 300 oz/in @ 4.8V, 370 oz/in @ 6V
Speed: .18 sec / 60 degrees @ 4.8V, .15 sec / 60 degrees @ 6V
Dimensions: 0.83" x 1.59" x 1.57"
Weight: 2.3 oz...
maybe you missed the second part? or do not know what a jr z9100t is? idk