Type: Posts; User: sicsam
I stopped wasting my time on my slayer
drill some holes in it to take some weight off, just becareful where you put them
Here you go...http://www.liquidrc.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=44311
I've thought about trying some type of adjustable rod setup.;)
No one has a good answer for this
Nice set of dvd's.lol
I use mc-59
Thats for a 3 shoe clutch
What are they for?
This would be better http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_info.php/cPath/1_25_74/products_id/24429/n/ST-Racing-Concepts-3-Shoe-Clutch-Blue
I'd like to have a chevy body myself.
What he said...
This is what im wanting: http://www.teamstrc.com/ebproductdetail.asp?catmainid=21&id=170
Im just sick of the spring breaking.
I guess not...
Has anyone tryed the 3-shoe clutch setup?
You never said how to lower it though.
When i did it, i marked the holes before the 12 pack. One day when i get a cam ill put up a pic of it. The lhs owner and a few others said it shouldnt hurt it. I didnt put in any that would make the...
Just about everyone i know uses hot shots...
Its a real good truck but takes time and money to make it a real race truck.
True...if you just bash , a starter box would be over kill. But they do come in handy if your lazy...
You'd be surprised how much a 12 pack and drill can make on one too...
If i had the money to spare, i'd just get a start box from ofna. They make one for the revo.
Do that first and if that dont work, riching it up a few hours.