Type: Posts; User: RC_BOY5764
In my oppinion the speed on the app is not the most accurate. As for the steering 100% is the most steering you can have and 0% is the least
so I built up an xo1, got the roller, tires,motor/esc and all the components. At first it was crazy fast and awesome with no problems. But recently I have had problems with the steering being way too...
I was driving gentile and it just came off
So I got the traxxas steel cvs and on one of them on the end that makes the tee one of the little rods snapped off so my question is what are you thoughts about still using it even tough there is...
Did you just connect 2 chassis together?
Make shure you have a good gear mesh. I like to keep my slipper on the loose side (at the point where it just starts to wheelie with a light throttle pull) and above all don't get throttle happy
so how do you do it BecauseI dont know
Yes I have all of the telemetry.
can someone post a picture of this Corvette body we speak of.
can you set up dual rate steering with the stock transmitter, or do you have to get one that has dual rate steering?
you want to turn it all the way in until the spring is fully compressed and then back off 1/4 to 3/4 of a turn.
Was it a differential or a driveshaft
I like to keep mine at 0 all around for more tire contact, more grip, and so the tire wear evenly
Wow you did a killer job it looks amazing, and the details really bring it out
So after a wet run like in snow or grass what is a good list of things to hit with a little dw-40. ive noticed that i am starting to get some discolored rust spots
I would suggest getting rpm bumpers instead of the aluminum ones; rpm will absorb impacts better. upgrading your axle carriers may be a good idea as well. One other thing you might want to do is to...
WHY just why would you want to do that!!!
you are going to want rmp a arms all around the truck http://www.rpmrcproducts.com/shop/front-a-arms/summit-revo-e-revo-front-left-a-arms-black/
What a snowy mess
how about supporting your local hobby shop you would not want to see them go out of business
sounds like you might want a roll cage here are a few options www.integy.com/st_prod.html?p_prodid=7590#.VPBu2PnF-6M www.rcplanet.com/Integy_Type_III_Steel_Roll_Cage_E_Revo_p/intt4098.htm ...
make sure your steering trim is centered when you do this
wow nice build I like the 3d printed parts
I was between the pro-line trenchers and the pro-line badlands. I ended up getting the trenchers and I love them. They don't give me any problems. As far as wheels go My favorite are the pro-line...
that a good way to put it it jumps and rolls over anything