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Old 03-26-2008, 10:10 PM   #16
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I belive they all do, I think the ad2 just has a lot of grafite and some other hopups.
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Old 03-27-2008, 06:44 AM   #17
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I belive they all do, I think the ad2 just has a lot of grafite and some other hopups.
Well, the manuals show different sized bearings for the rear spindle (theyíre not even both metric). I donít think they are interchangeable without swapping out a number of other parts (bearings, hubcarrier). Plus the dogbone, part # - LOSA-3145ís would also need either the quick change kit or axle studs to attach the wheels. or am i wrong on this?
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Besides the quick hub parts they should be the same.
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Go with an RB they are insane and easy to tune. If your not racing go with the V15 five port turbo totally insane speed and power.
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Old 03-30-2008, 02:33 PM   #21
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I just got one used and i want to get a new motor but not sure if every motor will fit. I was looking at a Picco 7 port, rb v12.......in the .12 size, will these both fit for the NT? Im kind of new to the nitro, ive been an electric guy for awhile. If anyone could answer my questions or even give me a list of motors that will and wont fit, that would be awesome, thanks!!
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Well, the manuals show different sized bearings for the rear spindle (theyíre not even both metric). I donít think they are interchangeable without swapping out a number of other parts (bearings, hubcarrier). Plus the dogbone, part # - LOSA-3145ís would also need either the quick change kit or axle studs to attach the wheels. or am i wrong on this?

the whole rear end is different, arms, hubs, drive shafts, shock tower, battery box, and pivot block. The front arms, steering knuckles and caster blocks are different as well, to incorporate the VLA geometry. Other than that the trucks are the same, except for the graphite top deck, but most fast guys run the plastic one anyway.
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If you are going to race your xxx-nt get the os .12 cv (the red head motor)
.56 hp, anything stronger is a waste of time and money on an 10th scale
2wd truck. The .12cv has the perfect power-band for an 10th scale truck.
I've been racing my xxx-nt for many years, right now I am running a os .12cvr
in my truck and the power seems to be on and off-ish, the cv engine is much
smoother I plan to rebuild my old cv engine and use it. Hope this helps.
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