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Old 03-22-2013, 05:06 PM   #2356
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I run the hitech 7954 which might be over kill but I like having the ridiculous 400 something torque
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I run the hitech 7954 which might be over kill but I like having the ridiculous 400 something torque
400 torque is fine but 0.12 sec/60 speed is just too slow.
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I feel too twitchy with anything under .1 ...
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Old 03-22-2013, 05:41 PM   #2359
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0.10 is about perfect
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Old 03-22-2013, 07:27 PM   #2360
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400 torque is fine but 0.12 sec/60 speed is just too slow.
That's plenty fast most people can't drive well enuff to tell the differance between a .12 vs .08 servo
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Old 03-22-2013, 07:29 PM   #2361
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For $35 this is not a bad servo its quiet to ! Ive been using it for about 3 mouths and its fine .


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That's plenty fast most people can't drive well enuff to tell the differance between a .12 vs .08 servo
I don't know. I can tell the difference between a 08 and 07 servo. Certainly I know the 07 is just too fast. I end up turning them down.
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Old 03-22-2013, 09:22 PM   #2363
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Ive been running the ProTek 100T in my scte and scte 2.0 and love it and 130T's in my truggys and have had no issues at all. A few of my friends have had them in their buggies for a few months with no issues. The 130 is a beast and plenty fast, the 100 could stand to be a bit faster but plenty of torque, also the 130 is HV
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Old 03-22-2013, 09:32 PM   #2364
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Hey guys I just finished building my 2.0 and I noticed binding in my front diff. I took it all apart to inspect and with the case off it wasnt binding. I put it back together and it's binding again. Anyone else have this happen? If so what was the fix?
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Hey guys I just finished building my 2.0 and I noticed binding in my front diff. I took it all apart to inspect and with the case off it wasnt binding. I put it back together and it's binding again. Anyone else have this happen? If so what was the fix?
Is the diff binding or is the ring and pinion binding?

If the diff is binding it might be that the cross pins are not fully seated. Just ensure that those are seated together. Also make sure the sun gears are fully seated on the drive pins.

If the ring and pinion are binding at one point in the rotation it's suggested that those be "run in" and they will loosen up.
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Is the diff binding or is the ring and pinion binding?

If the diff is binding it might be that the cross pins are not fully seated. Just ensure that those are seated together. Also make sure the sun gears are fully seated on the drive pins.

If the ring and pinion are binding at one point in the rotation it's suggested that those be "run in" and they will loosen up.
It's the ring and pinion and only when the case is together. Ill give that a try. Thanks tony
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Has anyone tried any of the other racing springs on outdoor clay?
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Almost done with mine. Just waiting on my rx8 to come off back order. My only bitch with the whole thing is the screws and hardware are way to soft. I was putting the servo in and ended up stripping one of the screws for it. I got three out of four tight enuff so I guess it will be ok until I can figure out how to remove and replace the bad one. I also haven't decided on a set of tires yet so I bought some stock take offs from a 1.0 to run for the time being.

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Almost done with mine. Just waiting on my rx8 to come off back order. My only bitch with the whole thing is the screws and hardware are way to soft. I was putting the servo in and ended up stripping one of the screws for it. I got three out of four tight enuff so I guess it will be ok until I can figure out how to remove and replace the bad one. I also haven't decided on a set of tires yet so I bought some stock take offs from a 1.0 to run for the time being.




Nice ! The only screws ive striped really on this truck was the diff screws thats about it. Actually them Ecplise tires are like bowties they work pretty good when the track is moist in Dry there ok intill you get into
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Almost done with mine. Just waiting on my rx8 to come off back order. My only bitch with the whole thing is the screws and hardware are way to soft. I was putting the servo in and ended up stripping one of the screws for it. I got three out of four tight enuff so I guess it will be ok until I can figure out how to remove and replace the bad one. I also haven't decided on a set of tires yet so I bought some stock take offs from a 1.0 to run for the time being.




Nice ! The only screws ive striped really on this truck was the diff screws thats about it. Actually them Ecplise tires are like bowties they work pretty good when the track is moist on Dry dirt there ok intill you get into pretty loose dirt.
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