Type: Posts; User: RMG
Put a drop of thread lock on the threads before you put the nylock nut on. You will still be able to adjust the nut but it will remain where you want it.
Side exhaust for Armand, I've got that noted Roy. Should be easier for me to cause some serious hack damage with a side hit:o
Nothing personal Armand, it's all about the team effort:p
You didn't explain exactly what's happening with the tranny that makes you think it's the one-way, but there's a better chance it's a broken cross pin in one of the gears then a bad one-way???
Since it's automatically assumed that all MT drivers are redneck, most folks I am around just ask, "do ya have a chew?":D
Considering the performance of the 2.5, if Traxxas makes a 3.0 (.18) with a proportionate power increase it will blow every other .18 out of the water!
A TRX 3.0 with a new carb would be well...
You can make your own board.
Photo is deceiving. Looks like about 20-degrees toe front & rear:o
Nice review my young friend. Engine looks sweet, just don't use it up before the finals:p
Armand, if you are gonna run around at the finals without your shirt on will you please shave your back:o
Shim it anyway you want, just make sure you leave a few .1000" play when you are finished. if you stuff enough shims on that there is no "slop" the clutchbell will spin the e-clip and it will come...
Mis', not to argue but the pillow ball moving in the arms is not isolated to just the RPM arms. Even Slayden is using CA on the threads of his pillow balls to keep them from moving. Shivers, and ...
I pitted with a Flex-Tek sponsored driver at RC Pro rd#4 in Clarkston WA, a couple weeks back. Dan Gavere (Flex-Tek driver) was running the new Ti. arms on his Revo for that race.
Dan was #2...
This race should be interesting as it will pit the super-light-weight-Revo enthusiast against the guys with race Revo's weighing close to 10lbs.!
Out here in the Northwest all the fast guys are...
The majority of us running the RC Pro race series are runniing the Dace adaptors and I don't know anyone who doesn't like them, or who has any problem running them.
Me, and my entire race crew have been racing with the RD Carriers all Summer (early release). We honestly have not had a single issue with the carriers. The best part about Roy's carriers is they...
Did you get the right teeth pitch to match your spur & clutchbell?
There's not really a "right" & "wrong" way to run with regard to those spacers. Those spacers can be used, or not used as another means of tuning the suspension to your liking. That's what's great...
Unless you can get aluminum diff. cups near the same price as the stock plastic you are wasting your money going to aluminum. The cross pins for the spyder gears will erode the aluminum cups much...
This fill issue falls under, "each to their own". I still say only fill your diffs. 30% full.
Looped, that only works if your pillow balls are adjusted exactly the same on each side.
Using calipers to measure lengths is still the way I do setup also, but the pillow balls must be threaded...
Hey Dan, look here. This is Glenn's home made setup board. It's simple, and it works.
Are you going to Clarkston for RCP RND4?
Run 30,000 front, 10,000 rear and only fill the diffs 30% (1/3) full.
Richen the LSN. Do not cheat the situation by turning up the idle.
No one I know is adding weight to extended chassis just to change the balance. My extended chassis jumps totally neutral as is.
I understand the Racer's Edge mount is machined billet. I can't say for sure because I don't have it, but that is what I was told by another racer.
Turn your "Steering Rate" up to 100%. It's different than the "Travel Adjusment" settings.