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  1. #841
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    *******/bluebird 390 or hitec hs85mg+ are good options

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    O ok. Got ya.. My servo hasn't went out yet been good for a while.. What do those run?

  3. #843
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    Thanks for the quick responses. I will start googling

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    my hitec was ~30 at lhs

  5. #845
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    people say the 390 is a direct drop in. with the hitec u have to mod the included servo arm but it is easy

  6. #846
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    Two stockers would look trick if you can calibrate them perfectly

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    do u mean two servos would work...

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    Quote Originally Posted by devildog88 View Post
    ******* 390 is what 90% of the guys on here will suggest, once mine gives its what I'm going with.
    better get on the list. With backorder and regular shipping your at least 2-3 months away

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    Sure it will either be double trouble or work great. With two it spreads out the load

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    [QUOlatTE=Jhsmith1987;5208024]Dang hook a buddy up 50. Haha[/QUOTE]you were a little too late last time with the road rage I gave away remember!

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    This is how I roll!

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    Got it goin on 50

  14. #854
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    Nice! Ya gotta love lots of boxes full of parts

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    Yep if you are going to do it you have to go all in!

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    50 your awesome! No doubt about it...

  17. #857
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    Ha! Thanks

  18. #858
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    hmm which box is that tiny screw in? *scratches head*

  19. #859
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    Its in this one!

  20. #860
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    Well I just sat down lol.. Me and my tiny box of screws lol! Awesome work bench bro.. Have you checked out hexdek.com they have these magnetic mats so you don't loose screws whwen working.. (Hope I didn't violate anything with the website)
    Whatever I just said.. I'm probably wrong..

  21. #861
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    I will have to check that out! The workbench is pretty big. About 7'x3' has a big vise, grinder and industrial size drill press

  22. #862
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    I'm n the process of building one myself to work on my merv.. It's gonna b epic I guess I'll start my own thread eventually... I feel like I need to do a major upgrade big block or a different 380 before I can have the privilege of starting my own Army's Merv lol!,,
    Whatever I just said.. I'm probably wrong..

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    Shoot army, you could do a thread on body work - mods, paint, tools, sources, etc

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    i agree !!!! you easy can start tour own topic already ArmySSG

    movies , body work , blacked out everything ect ect

    Two thumbs up
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    Painted my first body today, I think it came out great. I used Tamiya's "Blue Violet"


  26. #866
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    Found this link in another and thought it might be helpful for the servo comparison. Looks like the ******* 390 is the way to
    go! There is a 7-30 day wait though.

    http://www.servodatabase.com/compare...,930,1677,2130

  27. #867
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    believe me you cannot go by their (ships within 30 days)i had one backordered for 25 days finally got tired of waiting and emailed them -can you give me an idea when it will ship..they said they have no idea depends where you are on the list,when an order comes in they start from the top .if yours is bad you can go dual 2080's or a single hitec like the 5085 and you would be set or wait backorder one and with standard shipping by august or so you will be set!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe831 View Post
    Painted my first body today, I think it came out great. I used Tamiya's "Blue Violet"

    looks good ! blue is always a favorite!

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    looks good indeed

    and bleu is a great color
    Xtreme has no limiits

  30. #870
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    Here we go again!

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    Thanks guys, very proud how it turned out

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    Today I installed the Exotek shocks that just came in the mail. I haven't been able to try them out yet but my first impressions of them are that they give a lot more ground clearance.

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    At 3:00 AM this morning (streetlights) I did a spectacular cartwheel on a speed run that broke another pivot ball and toe rod. This time I broke the ROD, not the rod end. Glad I got spares.

    @ Jhsmith1987: Maybe I'll try some of the new Stainless threaded rod, its supposed to get here today.
    Last edited by chilidillo; 06-20-2012 at 06:59 AM.

  34. #874
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    Wild. Too bad didn't catch that on video!

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    Yeah, I bet army could have lent me a night-vision camera (military issue of coarse)

  36. #876
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rdnk24 View Post
    Today I installed the Exotek shocks that just came in the mail. I haven't been able to try them out yet but my first impressions of them are that they give a lot more ground clearance.
    did you top off the shocks with oil and run their shorter front push rods?
    Last edited by 50togo; 06-20-2012 at 10:21 AM.

  37. #877
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    Adding to my bolt collection compliments of cobra!

  38. #878
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    Nice! I should get my hr bulkheads in today!!! Hopefully I can start the rebuild process lol

  39. #879
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    I wish I had the money for som hr bulkheads. I hear they are great

  40. #880
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghostbuster View Post
    Nice! I should get my hr bulkheads in today!!! Hopefully I can start the rebuild process lol
    I've got the HR Bulkheads and they're great! Easy to install, fit good, look really cool

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