Type: Posts; User: MR. Clean
The new XL5's are supposedly bl ready too.;)
Third down, its by HPI.
Does it do it at all speeds or on low end? Did you check your receiver wire for cuts and nicks? Has your electronics been wet?
The XL5 uses bushings where the VXL is bearings. It will work, but you will need 5x11x4 bushing or 5x11x4 bearings. As for a "hop up" you want plastic or aluminum? RPM would be plastic, TRX would be...
I hope the driver has some experience, and not a "young" one that played nfs.:cool:
The one thing that I hate now is being unemployed and broke. I can't make my truck look half way decent!.
What truck? You say it is 4wd, and the pede is not. What is your gearing?
I have a vxl and geared high, it will do it alot at low speed, but when I gear low, it does it sometimes.
Looks like a REVO, if its the case you will need adapters because the REVO uses 14mm, where as the pede is on 12mm.
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I hate it when My battery pack takes 3 hours to run instead of 30 because my truck keeps breaking, or when I want to drive it at this time, and that time passes so you can't do what you wanted to.
First, you need the right suspention, gearing (I run 86/16,19) , tires (I like my masher2000's), and a locked diff (I chose CA glue). For real soggy mud, I go in it rolling, because if you take your...
If they came in 4wd, please link one to me!. I think you mean 2wd. I can't help you with the tire part because I've never used them, but what motor are you currently on? If its a titan, you could run...
I say one month its the pede, the next is the psp. You could race your pede for money....... (just a thought). If it was me personally, I would say pede. I hardly have time for games, and I got my...
nice............. First nitro? Might want to clean the filter first, get some energizer AA rechargables for the truck, and get the fiberglass heat sheild for the fuel line.
taken from the nitrosport forum.
I had the same problem with the arm screw, so I introduced my buddy, Loctite!. So good so far.
I believe those are Cheverons on the Emaxx. If it is, they will work if you have an adapter for the rim (14mm). There is a similar tire, the Proline Masher and Masher 2000. I use the Moad and Masher...
The sand my eat the foams (between the two), taping the hole on the rim may prevent that. The ones I put up worked for me in mud, dirt, and very "lose sand like dirt". I used them in playground sand...
ask about 50-70. You can get an xl5 for about 90-120.
In loose dirt, I run these two with sucess. I use the Moab for turning mostly and it does the job.
Seems good, but the RPM parts are not worth it IMO (Never broke the stcok arms or towers.....). You may want to look into another motor though. Always good to have on hand, esp. if your in water.
:lol: :lol: true, just tell him not to use it in the house or on it...... Boy was my dad a little po'd
Call or Email Tower will be the most accurate info you can get. Hust because they did it in the past doesn't mean they still do.
Tape the holes in the rims so the sand won't eat it, and bring extra airfilters. Sand is really sticky.