Type: Posts; User: Wacki
I agree, been on the fence myself of purchasing an Aton. But as of late, not so much. The lack of response from Traxxas about the "issues" regarding loss of tx, or rx communication is quite...
Interesting. Was the GPS working right on previous flights?
Maybe it is normal speed, and the child is running in slow motion!:O.o:
No! No, you shouldn't buy!!!
But, you should send me $499 for saving you from making such a bad decision. That way I can buy one and give everyone else on the fence an honest, no holds barred...
Won't this be a significant lag for fpv if it is bluetooth still?
Crap....was hoping different. Just have to add 5.8 then. Why would they go this far without 5.8? Weight, price point maybe? Still looks to be good for the price I guess.
The more I read and see videos, it seems it must be 5.8 fpv since it's coming out with headless mode too! May just have to hang in there to see! Price seems reasonable for such a technological...
Surely u could modify to work with the GP2.
Well, maybe not. Looks like it will Just hook to a phone. Won't have enough range for me.
Should be 5.8 fpv too right?
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Wow. No one has one to sell! That's tells how awesome these are.
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Pm me what you need shipped to 25271! Must be in good shape!
The axle goes all the way through the hole. The stock merv hexs have a little offset that look like they ride on the race of the bearing. The hexs that I have, are just flat, and allow the wheel to...
Here's the deal, I have a set of JConcepts rulux wheels w/ some Proline caliber 2.2's that I bought used. Came with some hexs but the problem is the hexs were for a mini8 tighten the wheel against...
Ok, have read on here that the speed controllers on the VXL has some issues. I just tried to run my merv and the controller has a VERY dim red light and the receiver has a bright red flashing light....
Thanks everyone! I have used PB Blaster with good results before for different things, didn't even know they made a dry lube!
As the title says, needed for bearings and such after washing off. By easy to find, I mean like wally world or an autoparts store.