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Old 06-01-2014, 07:15 PM   #2071
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Buggy looks nice with either body. I have the Silencer on mine and like the look of it.
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Old 06-01-2014, 07:23 PM   #2072
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Buggy looks nice with either body. I have the Silencer on mine and like the look of it.
Yeah it was fine. I just didn't care for the look. The TLR has a more racy look. Definitely flies better. The JC had a noticeable on power steering at high speed in the sweeper. I will compare the 2 back to back on the next club race Friday.
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Old 06-01-2014, 07:27 PM   #2073
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1-1/2 turns of the rear shock and perfectly balance cross weight on my new skyrc weight balancing system.

Curious what this would come out to with the battery forward mod???

And is that a CRC 4S lipo??? What does it weigh?? Looks like you got the right/left weight perfect.

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Old 06-02-2014, 07:09 AM   #2074
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That's actually quite a bit heavier on the right, but the corner balance is dead on!
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Old 06-02-2014, 07:58 AM   #2075
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Got one on the way and am gonna be going with the Tekin Gen2 1900k setup. what gearing should I run for both smaller tracks and larger tracks and also. what are a few of the better choices for hard case batteries?
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That's actually quite a bit heavier on the right, but the corner balance is dead on!

Per the scale, I'm seeing 50/50 balance left/right, and 46/54 front/back.

Curious what the front/back would be when the battery is moved forward.
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Old 06-02-2014, 09:44 AM   #2077
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Zoom in on the scale. The 50/50 you see is the corners, not left to right...
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here'e some Much better detailed pictures of the scale,

http://www.discountrcstore.com/SkyRC...sk50001501.htm
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Got one on the way and am gonna be going with the Tekin Gen2 1900k setup. what gearing should I run for both smaller tracks and larger tracks and also. what are a few of the better choices for hard case batteries?
I'd say 15/45 to start and tune from there. I run Venom 5000 50c hard packs and couldn't be happier.... Well, other than the price tag.
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Zoom in on the scale. The 50/50 you see is the corners, not left to right...
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here'e some Much better detailed pictures of the scale,

http://www.discountrcstore.com/SkyRC...sk50001501.htm
Thx guys. I can see its crossweight now.

Still curious how much it changes fr/rr with the battery forward.

Also curious how it differs from the nitro car.
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I'd say 15/45 to start and tune from there. I run Venom 5000 50c hard packs and couldn't be happier.... Well, other than the price tag.
I use 5000 35c Venom packs. I wasn't sure if I'd tell that much of a difference other than in the wallet.
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Old 06-02-2014, 02:56 PM   #2083
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Got one on the way and am gonna be going with the Tekin Gen2 1900k setup. what gearing should I run for both smaller tracks and larger tracks and also. what are a few of the better choices for hard case batteries?
Yeah 15/45 is good, or 15/43 as it comes with a 43T spur. As for batteries, look at ProTek and ThunderPower, we use both and they have been good.
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Venom makes really great batteries as well. Could not be happier with the performance of there cells.
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SMC has great packs as well. Lots of power, great run time and price.
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