Type: Posts; User: sickkmaxx
agree plastic is the better choice, easier to change spur gear the rip into tranny any day
i prefer to use a shaft start, i used a starter box on my original revo and it was a lot to carry around and such, so i went with a shaft start on my new platinum
I use the stock traxxas battery in my PE, but i recharge it after each race just to be sure i have enough battery power
forward only, 17mm hexes, 150 cc fuel tank, duel stage air filter, plus people have been converting to single servo forever, revo is rock solid to start this version can only be better
looks nice, i guess you don't plan on racing with that though
I've alwaays used an in line filter, for a small price about $10 it's worth the extra piece of mind knowing you have something to protect your engine.
I raced my platinum edition last week at the local track for the 1st time. Ihad followed all the break in procedures and only had to lean the hsn about an 1/8th turn. Got to the track in the 1st...
If you run the pushrods back in the centerhole and use 50 wt. oil in the shocks with orange springs in front with gold springs in the rear the truck will handle fine on the track as well as jump...
The silver sway bars should do just fine for the track conditions you described. That's what comes on the platinum edition and it works great.
fuel tank is the biggest one on the revo, then the fuel line. I had a split in the tank along the seam and my friend had a bad seal around the top on his.
The red aluminum pushrods are a little fragile but i don't believe it has anything to do with the spacers for the P2 rockers, their made from aluminum and therefore the break a little easier during...
Highly recommend the Team Associated locking adhesive, part #1596. If you need to use another type it is a must to use the blue...red just plain don't let go!
You'll want to get a "Y" harness to plug into your receiver so you'll have an open spot for the transponder. I mounted mine on top of the receiver box as well, so far it hasn't had any problems being...
dude, while it may not be illegal to drive your revo from inside the car, I gotta ask what are you thinking??
why would you want to do this??
it just ain't a smart thing to do!!:confused: :confused:
I have a Airtronics M8 with the Spektrum module, it just plain works. There's a reason so many pro drivers use this radio.
All club races are run a little different from each other, but in general you have either a monster truck class or separate classes for big and small block. Most of the time truggies are run by...
That is one sweet looking paint job!
Airtronics 94358 in my Revo, for about $110.00 @LHS I've got 94360 servos in all my other stuff never any problems with the Airtronics servos.
While I don't personally use the DX3 I know a few guys that have one and it's a good unit, not overlly complicated. It's a great upgrade if you don't have or want to invest in a modular radio...
Where did you get the Vantage chassis from?
Airtronics 94358 for me, works great!:cool:
I'm gonna try the response/hurricane combo myself, I don't like the looks of dish wheels on a MT.
I'm planning on running at least a couple of the RC Pro series races in the northeast this season, I was gonna run response tires with the hurricane wheels but it seems that a lot of others are...
Go for the torgue servo, I have an Airtronics 94358 and have no problem turning the wheels at all.:cool: