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Old 11-24-2010, 07:52 PM   #901
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over 50 pages and i still dont know what combo i want to put in this little truck..was thinking mmp so i can utilize some 3s packs i have..no idea what motor to get since ive been running strictly nitro..

mostly going to race it though..what are the majority of people using? mostly for a high bite small - med size track. also want enough motor to mess around on some 1/8 tracks when summer rolls around again. rather go bigger and tune it down, in case i decide to use the system in something else 4x4. ie. b44.1

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the mmp would be fine to run and if you want major power get the lowest turn you can for that esc. i was running a 6.5r motor and did really good on the med to large tracks.
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Has anyone found a rear chassis skid? I have around 40 packs through the truck and the rear of the chassis is showing alot of wear. The front is showing some wear but, the rear is wearing like an 8th scale.
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the mmp would be fine to run and if you want major power get the lowest turn you can for that esc. i was running a 6.5r motor and did really good on the med to large tracks.
looking at the castle 5700. 2s for the track. and 3s for bashing or larger tracks. maybe the 6900 but doesnt say anything about using a 3s batt on it like the 5700..
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I put the MMP w/ tekin SC4X 5.5 and did timing& ramping w/ help from S/X Runner & it is more than enough(& can go more). I run @ Nor Cal & had enough and more to run the 1/8 scale track without any problems at all.........JER
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Has anyone used the new ackerman bar and the drag link mod?

I would like to know what the difference between the two are...

Is there a pro and con for each?

Thanks in advance...
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Old 11-25-2010, 11:05 AM   #906
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I tried the castle sidewinder sct on 15t, was very pleased, compared to the 6.5 540 on 13t slightly slower, maybe like a 7.5 but on the first meters no difference, so very good for indoor. temps were around 100, ill try a 16 and 14 pinion next. For the price a real blast!
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Has anyone used the new ackerman bar and the drag link mod?

I would like to know what the difference between the two are...

Is there a pro and con for each?

Thanks in advance...
I know of many people at my local track that had the upgraded ackerman bar on their TT's, then they tryed my steering link mod and loved it! Everyone that has tryed my mod has liked it alot better because you get a little more steering. You can also adjust the link to what ever size you want to adjust the "throw" of the wheels. It also tightens up the front end alittle. Its worth trying for sure.

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Old 11-25-2010, 06:23 PM   #908
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So I finally pulled the trigger on one of these and I'm thinking of putting a 3400kv Neu 1506/3d/s 4 pole sensorless motor and Novak HV Pro High-Voltage Brushless ESC and run 3s and 4s lipo what do you guys think of this set up?
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Old 11-25-2010, 06:28 PM   #909
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I got mine last week and have ran it twice. I gotta say this lil thing is too much fun and handles killer. Running a 2s Reedy 5000 with an LRP X12 6.5 and this thing has as much mo-mo as the 1/8th scales at my track.

Thanks a ton to DJ and Tim from OFNA/NitroHouse for all the help with getting her dialed in.

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I know of many people at my local track that had the upgraded ackerman bar on their TT's, then they tryed my steering link mod and loved it! Everyone that has tryed my mod has liked it alot better because you get a little more steering. You can also adjust the link to what ever size you want to adjust the "throw" of the wheels. It also tightens up the front end alittle. Its worth trying for sure.

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I got mine last week and have ran it twice. I gotta say this lil thing is too much fun and handles killer. Running a 2s Reedy 5000 with an LRP X12 6.5 and this thing has as much mo-mo as the 1/8th scales at my track.

Thanks a ton to DJ and Tim from OFNA/NitroHouse for all the help with getting her dialed in.

Here are some pics.
like the color combo my man..
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Old 11-25-2010, 06:55 PM   #912
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Nationals White

Will post some pics when I get my new body with my paint scheme.
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Im 1 of those people he is talking about and Ray wouldnt tell a lie.
Looks like when I order mine I will have a few extra parts to get....

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What's the part number for the blue springs and are they softer or harder than the stock oranges? TIA
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Old 11-25-2010, 09:18 PM   #915
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I believe it is OFN40071. They are off the Hyper 10SC and they are alot more firm than the stockers. You have to cot off one ring on the fronts as they are too long otherwise.
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