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Old 09-04-2008, 10:42 AM   #1
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Talking And now for something completely different.

hi there,would love it if y'all could give me your opinions.
just ordered a tamiya lunchbox,expected in a couple of days.i had 1 has a kid so thought i'd get 1 for a bit of cheap fun.
so would like some opinions on set up.i won't be doing any racing,its just fun fun fun all the way.
i'll be doing the shocks,any ideas which would be suitable.
a motor,- what type,turns,etc. i know it is a bit of a handful anyway but still want it fast!
battery pack.6 cell.
will keep the esc as the standard 1 out of the box.
gonna use a receiver and servo out of my old T-maxx.
and what do you think about putting on a set of wheels/tyres from an old blackfoot? and then will i need another different set up?
cheers, twinpod.
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