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Old 02-14-2007, 07:53 PM   #1876
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Is the car still killing servos? And does have a brand it killls more than others?
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Is the car still killing servos? And does have a brand it killls more than others?
the car never killed servo's, the users setting up there cars killed the servo's
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Old 02-14-2007, 08:43 PM   #1878
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Thats what I wanted to hear thanks SupermaxxRich.
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Thats what I wanted to hear thanks SupermaxxRich.
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I use the first one. It's just to get you close. If you want to be exact, you need to put it on a setup station. But, for quick reference, with the wheels on, use the RPM. Make sure that you are on a flat surface when checking it and actually drop the buggy from about 10-12 inches to let is settle the suspension with some fuel/battery in it.
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Old 02-14-2007, 10:42 PM   #1881
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Thanks mercyrev again I will go ahead and order that one. So that one that you recomended does have numbers on it so I can tell and turn my camber linkage the way it needs to go.
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which one would you recommened
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STS D21T .21 Team Modify Engine 120
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Nosram RS.21 135
and any ideas on pipes for the winning mill?
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Is there a difference between the Pro kit chassis and the RTR Chassis?
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which one would you recommened
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STS D21T .21 Team Modify Engine 120
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and any ideas on pipes for the winning mill?
OS VSpec with OS 2050 pipe.
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Old 02-15-2007, 08:16 AM   #1885
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Is there a difference between the Pro kit chassis and the RTR Chassis?
Yeah there is but not much at all. They are both 4mm thick but the kit chassis is 7075 alluminum and hard anodized and the rtr chassis is 6061 and just alluminum not hard anodized. But they are saying people are buying the rtr chassis and putting all the kit stuff on it becasue the rtr chassis seems to have more tracktion.
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Thanks Josh!
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Old 02-15-2007, 09:36 AM   #1887
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I have just finished putting my kit together and, without the steering servo attached, it seems a bit stiff and a slight bind at center. Has anyone else experienced that?
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I have just finished putting my kit together and, without the steering servo attached, it seems a bit stiff and a slight bind at center. Has anyone else experienced that?
mine will move by blowing on it without the servo attached. Make sure all your bearings are seated in 100% of the way.
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which one would you recommened
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STS D21T .21 Team Modify Engine 120
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Nosram RS.21 135
and any ideas on pipes for the winning mill?
OS V-Spec with JP3... Rich nows what it does.. i have both the OS pipe and JP3... OS is collecting dust...
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Old 02-15-2007, 10:16 AM   #1890
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I ran out of shock bladders so I've been running my shocks with just an oring in the cap, filling the shock and cap with oil, and bleeding properly. I really haven't noticed a difference.

Should there be a difference? Has anyone else done this?
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