Type: Posts; User: The Man
hey dont forget to center your throtle/break servo.
I use those Dynamite brand hex wrenches. they work great and are cheap too. I've had them for a couple years now and still havent wore them out.
Well you should know that anything that has anything to do with this hobby has no resale value. So your Revo is going to bring you about $300 if your lucky. The best place to sell it would be either...
I would chalke it up to cheap factory tires. They are thin as tissue paper.
You can get the rit liquid dye at wal mart or any frabric store. The liquid is the best. I tryed thr powder and it just did not do as well as the liquid does.
Take the electronis off and throw them in the dishwasher! LOL
I would say the problem is in your radio if your still useing the stock Traxxas radio. You should get a better computer radio system. That way you will be able to adjust your end points and other...
RPM products are about the best you can get for the money. I have several of there A-Arms and other products and I have yet to break anything, and thats beens about 3 years now.
What do you mean Stacks and a goose neck hitch?
It acts as a wheelie bar and it prevents the engine head from smacking into the ground when you flip over. There is one other cool thing besides the looks is it provides a nice carry handle.
Your exhaust pipe is what really determins the low end and top end power that your engine can produce. This is done by adjusting the exhaust preassure wave and the amount of time it takes to leave...
Get both of them I did. Its the only way you'll be happy.
The sway bars would probably do you the most good.
You don't have to do after run procedure after every time you run. If your going to run the truck with in the next couple days. Now if you don't plan on running again for more than a couple day then...
For the money your best bet would be the Picco .26 Maxx or the .26 Red Dot.
I have the .26 Maxx and it is great.
Looks great. I like that body. I used to have a 1979 Ford Bronco that was the same color as yours.
You should look at the rockers closer. I would almost bet that they are not the same.
Now for the Golden Horizon shock ends they are great. I have a set on the rear of my Revo. I had the problem...
Your correct about the grease not locking up the differentials. They come with grease in them from Traxxas. I prefer to run 50k to 90k in the rear differential and 10k - 30k in the front the lower...
Well thats think on the go there. I give you an A+++ for original thought!!
I think that a Revo Dragger would be pretty cool. The only problem you might have is getting it to hook up so you might look for some foam tires.
Control is an illusion:fear: no one can have control when it comes to the thrill of a hoped up nitro burning beast of a RC machine. :eek:
It is either WOT or nothing!! :D :D
I have the T-Maxx 4908 and the Revo 5309. They are both great trucks. I do not race only bash as far as any breakage problems with the two I really haven't had any. The main problems I have are one ...
I have a 5309 Revo and I love the Reverse That is one of the main reasons that I chose the Revo. I am running a Picco .26 Max and it is holding up great.
I have bought the new 4908 T-Maxx that...
If your having trouble bottoming out then you need to go to a thicker shock oil and stiffer springs. I run 70wt oil in all of my shocks and the pink spings ( I think thats the color code they are the...