Type: Posts; User: CeeBlock
I dont think their are answers here because, with a little simple research, the information is easily found.
88 mph, with the flux capacitor installed...just dont let Doc catch you.
dont leave square corners, radius the corners of your notch, much stronger.
what you could do is, use a piece of fuel tubing on a regular 3mm screw and that will work.. I actually run that setup on all my shocks, gives em a little wiggle room so I pop shock caps less...
the benifit to using hex over Philips screws is more contact area for the tool inside the screw head. less stripping, smaller screw head size, and better angular removal/installation.
was that lipo in the stampede when you crashed it?
the wheels are black under the chrome, if you can get the chrome off, no need to dye em.
Hey Markup! I would be happy to help!
the colors I used were Pactra florescent orange, Pactra Outlaw black metallic, and Pactra Grape pearl.
I started by masking the windows, and then paint...
are you using the OE included Radio?
the diff is working correctly, something between esc and motor is wrong, check, double check, then triple check 1) programing 2) throttle settings on radio 3) motor connections.
then report back.
you dont use foams in Sand Paws, thats why they dont come with them....
the sand gets in the tire and turns the foams into dust in a few runs, and the rubber is more than stiff enough to support...
you could possibly find a brass tube you could put in as a sleeve.
the correct answer is YES, technically, they do hold their charge, they will however lose the "peaked" voltage and will need to be "re peaked" after sitting for more than a few hours even....
also, you can heat the connector itself with a small butane torch and it will melt the solder
12c of 8000mah is 96 amps, plenty for a vxl slash.
throw the gear cover away and change over to jato 32 pitch gears, 56 tooth spur and 10 tooth pinion! works like a champ.
I use the steel yokes with the original through pins, they stay tight with a bead of locktite. the axles, I break one every 3 or 4 runs. you can buy a 10 pack or axles for like 6 bucks so i keep that...
I use the standard sized goosebumps and they hook up like crazy but dont last very long.
I break mine quite often, I keep it as the "weak link" in the drive line.... If somethings gotta break, I would prefer its something like axles that I can buy a 10 pack of for 6 bucks.
TSTMonkey - Proline Long chassis version
ok fiero, I used the stock rear mount, drilled a hole a half inch in from the end, flipped it around so it overhangs the shock tower, and screwed in the axial body mounts. works like a charm!
it wont work well... the slash is too heavy... I stripped 3 of the main diff gear and gave up on it..
if you want gimme $25 bucks for mine and you can have it...lol