Type: Posts; User: Avinash_6
check out what this gut did, great video and by the looks of things great chassis :D http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgUGdIEIw2E&playnext_from=TL&videos=sSF9b6NYM0c
lol. i look after them :D well must admit they have almost died several times but i want to now focus on racing not just bashing in the park
ive had my stock motors for about a year now and im looking to upgrade to brushless. and as there are many combos of escs and motors on the market i was wondering which is best ?
i didn't understand a few things and yes it does sound like "a joke thred", but i understand now, so i do not need any more information or critisisms concering batteries.
so which batties will work best with the stock gearing and mamba monster motor?
do i need to change every thing? or can i leave it and only change a few things?
so i shouldn't worry about getting one? becasue i've ordered it now.
and thanks, this website is really helpful :)
when you say reading, reading about what?
oh i'm 14.. i have a large intrest in real cars, and understand the batteries side of things. however when poeple started saying gearing for an rc car i completely lost them.
and diagnosing simple...
like batteries to power the e-revo brushless? they would work wouldnt they? if ibought them from the uk?
you said something about changing gearing? what would that involve?
thanks :) so are getting hop-ups/modifications to an Traxxas E-Revo Brushless easy?? if so from where??
theres loads to choose from but the e-revo brushless is in my eyes the best electric car to go for; But is it the best car to start off rc car driving with?? and is nitro powered cars any good?
I live in England and i'm getting a Traxxas E-Revo Brushless from America, if i buy batteris over here in england should they work fine in the E-Revo?