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Old 05-20-2015, 06:09 AM   #721
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What about battery's, do you guys prefer the hard or soft packs,
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Old 05-20-2015, 06:24 AM   #723
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anyone knows the usage of the front brace?long and short brace whats the usage? i saw a chart usage before but i cant find now thanks
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So I decided to get this buggy. I'm coming from the EB48.2 hope I like it.
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What about battery's, do you guys prefer the hard or soft packs,
I prefer hard packs. Safer in regards to being damaged from a crash.
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anyone knows the usage of the front brace?long and short brace whats the usage? i saw a chart usage before but i cant find now thanks
The short will give more flex and the long less flex. The standard is the short chassis brace. More flex is more traction. On a crazy high bite track, you can go with the long to take some flex out.
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Has anyone tried the +1mm or +2mm hexes?...front or rear if So what was the result?
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So I decided to get this buggy. I'm coming from the EB48.2 hope I like it.
why this change ?
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What about battery's, do you guys prefer the hard or soft packs,
Hard packs aswell. It's unlikely to have a problem with soft packs but the risk is there.
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What about battery's, do you guys prefer the hard or soft packs,
Most tracks require hard packs.
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Old 05-22-2015, 11:00 AM   #731
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Im planning on trying the 1.35 pistons this weekend, any ideas as where to start with the oils? Thanks
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Just got a new kit. What's everybody running in diff's 7,7,3? something different? What about pinion gear? I have Tekin RX8 and 1900KV combo.

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Old 05-22-2015, 11:56 AM   #733
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Just got a new kit. What's everybody running in diff's 7,7,3? something different? What about pinion gear? I have Tekin RX8 and 1900KV combo.
Ive been runnin the 773, like it pretty good on outdoor tracks. I run a 16 pinion
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Thanks for the info tsmiley31 looked at Drake's setup sheets diff's were different on each one. What are you running on shocks?
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Old 05-22-2015, 12:19 PM   #735
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My car is mostly box stock on all that stuff. I've made roll center, caster, camber link, rear toe and anti squat adjustments. Car is pretty well suited to my driving style, just needs a little something, gonna try the different pistons and maybe some springs if it doesnt rain all weekend.
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