Paz your TC3 lookes trick but he is right Heavy. Alum is great for durability but not so great for racing. Have you ever seen a world champ using aluminum a-arms? But if you are going for a (PIMP MY RIDE) car then go full speed ahead. Good Luck.
Thanks for listening,
Originally posted by tc3stocker looks a little on the heavy side.
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im still really new to rc i wanna ask the radio i bought it needs batterys to be hooked up to the reciever. so that means i have to lug arounnnd 4aa batterys on my car!!! what the hell is this for? please tell me because i hate that thing so much.
The way that i have done it is so that if i do have a hard enough impact to bend any ally parts there are plastic where the most pressure will be so they will snap before the ally bends. It used to be on the heavy side but now that im running the lightweight diffs it has done down to about 2g over the legal limit rather than having to keep it weighted to keep it above so it doesnt effect the handling of the car. Im gettin a BMI chassis conversion soon so that might get rid of more weight