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Old 03-15-2012, 07:24 AM   #1
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Default Ofna JL10e drifting setup

I recently purchased a Ofna JL10e TC (shaft driven version) and I need suggestions for a servo, looking to keep it to about $30
I currently have a Futaba S3003, which is ok but I feel that it is sluggish. At 6v it says its 60degree is .19 which I thought was fairly quick, how to I verify that it is running at 6v?

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Car specifics
Velineon 3500kv
7cell nimh 3000mah
Futaba S3003 Servo
Futaba Magnum Junior 75mhz radio (until I get a flysky for the pede)
Radio: rctech . net/forum/attachments/r-c-items-sale-trade/217291d1175126199-futaba-radios-hitec-radio-o-s-engine-dsc02886.jpg

Also what tires do you guys suggest for drifting?
any other pointers for getting this thing to counter steer further?
any other suggestions at all for making this thing drift?


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+Traxxas Stampede 4x4 VXL - Tekno M6 Axels - Traxxas alum shock caps - Traxxas alum motor plate - RPM A-Arms - MMM/2650 - KH Motor Mount - Revo slipper
+Associated Rival MT - MMM/2200KV - RPM A-Arms
+OFNA JL10e - GensAce 2s - Castle MMP/ HW10.5T - Raikou Drift tires
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