Type: Posts; User: Mind_Reader7
Sorry, I should clarify.
In the original post, he's using the 1/16th Proline beadlocks. He is also using RPM A arms, which he didn't list. You cannot use the 1/16th Proline beadlocks with the...
Using bigger rims would be fine. But for the 1/16th wheels, the inside of the rims can't pass the blue bolt whilst turning.
Btw, you MUST have the RPM A arms. This mod will not work with the stock A arms. The wheels hit the little bolt holding the axle carrier rod in place.
Can you please add the RPM A arms part number...
You would need to change the whole shock, not just the spring. Having a spring shorter than the shock sounds like a terrible idea.
How long does a can of Coke last?
Until you drink it.
There's no real answer for that. Depends how hard you thrash it/how well you tune it.
You'll need a fair few, and a decent servo to compensate. I put several on the bellcrank too. It helped a lot.
They have even more wobble than stock.
I have put shims on a lot of the steering components.
The only real use for fuel filters, is when dirt gets in your tank. The fuel itself is very clean.
I have seen some tanks with dirt inside, because some people don't brush the dirt off before...
I have mine pretty **** loose. If it's too loose, your wheels will not turn, the servo moves, but the servo saver kicks in. If it's too tight, the servo saver does nothing.
I believe you can mod it to fit, but I personally don't use the sway bars, as they're hardly efficient imho.
Take the front end off, and see if the servo is moving normally.
If it's not, switch the plugs around with the throttle servo. Does it still work incorrectly?
Easiest way to test it.
Do not use aluminum arms. The arms are cheap enough to replace, and putting aluminum ones on there just means you'll break something else which will be even harder to fix.
The RPM A-arms are the...
It's funny you should say that.
The steel gears actually allow you to have a stack more performance in terms of power. I have stripped a set of plastic ones, but can over tighten my slipper clutch...
That's not anything against HR,.
The only thing against them is the aluminum gear scam.
I used the 3 shoe Integy clutch, and it was terrible, as most of their things are.
The reason I suggest the Buku clutch, is the flywheel has adjustable shoes, and they have a"Komposite" material....
I don't recommend the MIP clutch pads, because once they wear out, you must replace them.
I suggest the Buku ones, because it cost a lot up front, but replacements are cheap, and they're THE BEST!
I generally just use eBay. Shipping kinda sucks, but largest range for sure.
Pretty sure you can only get the Buku clutch from their site though.
Don't buy aluminum A arms.
The most common upgrades are:
dual disk brakes
20/40 revo garing
17mm hub adapters
I would suggest a HD slipper clutch, Buku clutch, and hardened steel...
How much are you willing to spend?
As for wheels and tires, I personally used the Proline Road Rages, and fitted them onto Traxxas 2.2 rims.
All other upgrades are limited by budget. $500 would...
I ordered a new body, and unfortunately, it won't go on without mounting it higher. I was thinking of buying some body posts for another car, and molding them onto the existing ones. Has anyone else...
30 seconds, max.
Honestly man, the amount of effort to fit another tank, for 2 minutes of extra run time is hardly worth it.
Only negatives are weight, and finding a spot to put it.
I'm read that someone cut a Tmaxx tank into a Jato, but I personally don't think it's worth it.......
If funds were unlimited, I could suggest an entire page of things he should do.
I just used silicone grease, as instructed by Traxxas support.
There's little routing holes in the top chassis. They allow the plugs to fit through into the receiver box.