Type: Posts; User: muck
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this is a parts lot for a mini revo or slash conversion to revo. BL sy stem works. Missing frame, front diff, and steeing servo. Maybe a few other misc items.
$100.00 or best offer....
i've decided to come out of land RC retirement with my fav RC. Looking at shocks i see GTR are a good option. Is it the 4wd slash GTR or different? Are the stock springs on the 4wd slash ok for a...
since you can get one RTF and then buy a few with no TX. Bind them all to the same TX, tie them to the GoPro, and have them all lift at the same time with one remote LOL...
I know it won't work LOL
The US market is not as good as the European market. We have to buy from Europe and Asia to get most quads or parts. Having a US manufacturer and support will be nice.
Price wise, i just paid $85...
LOVE IT. My Rustler has been my fav RC. Been thinking about going this route since 4wd is soo useful.
great vid. Would love to have a bash area like that.
A question, since most of this truck is 1/8th scale with your mods, why not a buggy or truggy?
http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin/wti0001p?&I=LXSEF7&P=7 Link with specs if it helps.
Jconcepts makes a lid also for them.
way cool idea! Would CRT.5 lids fit or too short?
Thomas, what does your pede weigh with the lipo in it?
HMM I thought those diff cases where sealed well... how do you think it got in?
on your motor, WOW
How's the center shaft holding up to that power?
Free, you just pay for shipping.
Fair price offered and paid right away.
Makes me think i'm going the wrong way with RC LOL
truck is still available. Can sell the tires with it.. Still no elects.
only trades i would be interested in would be a (t)(b)uggy. thanks
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no, i'm using the servo and BL system in another truck if this sells.
I wanted to keep the tires for future use... why?
No tires or electrics.
The hexes in the first pic are no slop mod hexes seen on this forum in the BL REvo section started by Pave. I did finish these.
Will come with lid shown and parts shown and...
i may have to find washers and try that next then..
the threads do. The adapter steps down to drop to the OD size of the threads. But the alum is soft and after a few runs with unbalanced tires, the threads start wearing into the alum adapter. If you...