Type: Posts; User: NorCalBug
I have been running the above set-up with a hardened Robinson pinion for a long time now, it works great and sounds cool.
I just measured a standard Tamiya Mini Cooper wheel, it also comes out to 36mm. A little too tight. I have more Mini wheels & tires than I know what to do with, so I'll probably end up buying a new...
I'm wondering if Tamiya M chassis wheels will fit?
Their hex is the same size as regular touring wheels... but I'm left wondering if the smaller rims will clear the arms and such?
That is the deciding factor for me on whether to buy it or not. I'm sure it'll do fine on sticky-tires, but seeing is believing. :lol:
Have you tried some regular compound touring tires on it yet? I'm wondering how the handling would be.
I stay clear of water too... I've never had luck when water & electricity mix.
I hope he's got good 'breaks'. :p
I think whenever a thread title comes up containing the word "durable" it should be taken with a grain of salt. :D
One man's impression of "durable" is usually different than somebody else's.
Exactly. 2.4 = no conflicting frequencies.
I think the bottom line is how aggressively people drive their trucks. There is not one set driving style shared between everyone. More aggresive drivers probably break more parts- no matter what...
I stopped doing the magazine thing some years back ... they're ok and all, but nothing beats the good old internet for the most current info.
One thing bothers me about the magazines... all of...
Yup.... dump the plastic bearings.
Sounds like it's tuned to take more money outta your wallet.:D
I just bought one... I will let you guys know how it works out.
Exactly. Time to close the thread.:D Have a nice night. :)
I am trying to bring it back on topic, but you guys continue to gravitate back to the 32p/shaft issues.... almost like you are trolls in reverse. :lol:
You're still bringing this up? Build a bridge and get over it. Drop it for the sake of the original poster.
Wow... you just can't stop, can you? It takes "2 to tango" man. I'm talking about steel spurs now... and you can't stop talking about 32p.
OMG.... beating a dead horse again. Let's drop it for the sake of the original poster.
He wants to know about steel spurs......
LOL... anyway, back to the original poster's topic. I think a steel spur would be fine to run. The only issue would be finding one that doesn't weigh too much.
Exactly.... this is the first time people on a messageboard have got all over me for doing a mod (with Traxxas parts no less). :D
Did you enjoy your popcorn?:)
Apparently you don't stick to your word.:rolleyes:
I thought you were done with this topic? C'mon, fess up.... 32p is bothering you AGAIN!:rolleyes:
Are people on this board brainwashed by Traxxas to buy more and more parts?
I drive the Slash like once a month and it runs fine with the 32p mod. This is not a Toyota with a stuck gas pedal......