Originally posted by 3D
You can allso place x-ray sevo mounts in the TC3.It fits perfect and it gives a low CG.And it's allso a good solid mount.Not cheap made plastics.
Are x-ray servo mounts aluminum or other material?
I banged up TC3 pretty bad so many times that the plastic ones just don't work for me.
wolfeman09 > Yes, Paragon works like a glue on the track.
Thanks for the tip. I checked the tires and surface of tires are smoother now like new tires. Small scratches and burnt marks are all disappeared.
BTW, I almost felt that I had too much traction.
Maybe I need to refill the shocks or go for blue/red springs? Here goes another night.
How often do you guys rebuild composite shocks?
They seem to soften out after a couple of weeks.
I use newer tires out of 2 sets of tires I have for the race. Pit shimizu 27 and jb yellow (medium) for take off. I think I wanna try take off 32 and echo high traction medium or thin medium next time I buy new tires. They look cool.
Have you tried them? Do they work?
I found out that one of the bearings supporting input shaft gone bad and aluminum input shaft is shaved off where that bearing's running. I had a rubber seal off oneside of that bearing because I thought it's safe as it was facing inside but the load was too much to handle, I guess. Or the crashes took care of it.
I put in my trusted cheap grease filled duratrax bearing and it works ok for now.
They are maybe slower but I think they take the beating better till I learn to drive and don't crash too often.