Type: Posts; User: barra220
Very Nice setup
I have put 500 in the front and 1,000,000 in the rear. It's a perfect combination for my needs and still turns tight corners very well.
Yes it fits straight on
Let us know how you go
Good Luck with the esc
I can't get the video to play either
But i think what jezza said about right
I have been using the 4939x stainless steel traxxas pins.
They are a lot stronger than the standard pins but will still bend in a very hard hit.
It was on sale honey !
Of coarse i didn't pay the price that is on the box
Are you using Lipo's
Mine does the same with when i use lipo's or high powered nmh
The novak is rated at 14.2 volts 2 lipo's are 14.8 volts so what happens is the novak shuts down until the...
It would be better to get the full harness for a few extra dollars to eliminate any other potential probs.
I have changed just the blue wire in the past there is no soldering involved. But it's just...
E, for me here as well
^^^^^^ what he said
Heat gun works a treat
Yes that is a big possibility and also what Double G said about it not sealing 100%
Epoxy is a 2 part glue / resin
It is not epoxy it is a mixture of the ez start lube / grease and wd 40 / nitro...
Yes. Thanks Jimmie.
I didn't read that chart.
I was looking at the other Battery application chart
Hi everyone im just wondering why traxxas has not listed the 2843 lipo to fit the emaxx or erevo 1/10 when it will physically fit and has plenty of power to power both trucks.
The size of the 2843...
Mornington Peninsula / Victoria / Australia
Married 20 years 2 Kids 8 & 12 years old
And too many Traxxas r/c's
I'm running the old orange novak evx on a 3906 twin 550 titans with a novak lipo smart stop with 4000 25c 2s lipo's with no problems and have done for around 4 years now.
I still have an older orange novak on a 3906 with a 3905 chassis with twin titan 550's and a newer waterproof evx2 on a 3905 emaxx with a titan 775 and both run the novak smart stop and both run on...
The oven method works awesome just wrap them in aluminium foil and put them in the oven at around 120c to 150c for around 15 minutes.
I've tried the boiling method but did not like it, messy, wet,...
Intergy otherwise known as Intercrap.
Thanks for the complement dtnel
I used the 3905 setup. It was much easier.
Here are some pics
I have done it and it's not that hard to do but there is a bit of grinding and dremaling to do.
If you are a fabricator you will do it easy. I'm a panel beater by trade and I didn't really find it...
Thanks AOD point taken