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  • 95% parts compatibility with the EB410 4WD 1/10th scale buggy.
  • Updated 3mm 7075 CNC chassis and revised A and B hinge pin braces.
  • 13mm hard anodized threaded shocks with locking spring perches.
  • New 32 pitch spur gear for ultimate durability
  • 3.5mm shock shafts with revised dual guide x-ring cartridge.
  • 7075 CNC machined adjustable hinge pin brace system.
  • Three high volume fluid-filled adjustable differentials.
  • Lightweight 7075 tapered center driveshafts.
  • Quick access to differentials and maintenance friendly layout.
  • Captured CVA front and rear driveshafts with heavy duty 6mm stub axles.
  • Fully ball raced reverse bellcrank steering system.
  • Uses 1/10th AE Offset Stadium Truck or Traxxas Slash Short Course offset wheels.
For you guys all discussing what power plant to run, I would take note of the following statement from Matt W.

Matt - Probably would recommend a 10.5 for something similar to 13.5 in a buggy. I personally run a 6.5 in it and itís pretty fast. Pro4 4600 will run in it but it has a lot of power and will need to be turned down in the esc.

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That's an ET48
You know I was wondering that myself now. I probably watched the video 10 times to try and see tell tale signs but the wing and the wheels stood out and looked like 1/8 scale.

Sorry for the teaser!!
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Didn’t make it to the track but pretty sure Mason and Danny are wheelin’ sumpin’ new.
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Ooh they look darn good in action!! I can not wait to get my hands on one, or four!!!
Has Ryan had a chance to get behind the wheel of one of these?!
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Originally Posted by MX304 View Post
That's an ET48
you got me there. I was on a iPhone 2 so the ET48 looked like a 10th scale 😆😆😆

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I hope this ends up becoming a big class!
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i guess my t5m is up for sale lol
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We had 4 running last night, myself, Matt Wolter, Danny Lewis, and Mason Eppely. Two white and two orange. I ran a 7.5 turn motor, Matt ran a 6.5, Danny ran a Pro4 4000, and Mason ran a Pro2 5100. I ran SC tires/wheels (Slash offset) and the others ran ST wheels /tires (Associated offset).
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Thank you for the motor info. That is what I will be most interested to see what you guys feel is the preferred set-up. Can't wait to see pics. Will be ordering one as soon as they are available.
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I thought the Pro2 motor felt the best. Plenty of top speed, the bottom end was really smooth, lots of midrange power. I'm not sure what Mason had as far as ESC settings on his RSX but it worked well with the motor. After that I like the 2-pole motors, then the Pro4. The smoothness of the 2-pole on the bottom end is really good for racing. The torque of the 4-pole is nice as well though, zero run-up to clear jumps is always nice. None of ran a fan on the ESC, Matt and I have to run fans on our motors. The 4-pole motors don't need a fan. I think the optimum motor for racing will be the Pro2. Smoother than the Pro4 and no fan needed.
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Originally Posted by Matthew_Armeni View Post
I thought the Pro2 motor felt the best. Plenty of top speed, the bottom end was really smooth, lots of midrange power. I'm not sure what Mason had as far as ESC settings on his RSX but it worked well with the motor. After that I like the 2-pole motors, then the Pro4. The smoothness of the 2-pole on the bottom end is really good for racing. The torque of the 4-pole is nice as well though, zero run-up to clear jumps is always nice. None of ran a fan on the ESC, Matt and I have to run fans on our motors. The 4-pole motors don't need a fan. I think the optimum motor for racing will be the Pro2. Smoother than the Pro4 and no fan needed.
Good info! What packs did you use with them?
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I'm running SMC 4600 and I think the others were also running SMC or Protek 6100. We were all running Tekin RSX's. We recommend full size servos only due to the tire size.

If a track were to do a "spec" class, I could see maybe a 10.5 or 8.5 motor, but honestly I think it should just be an open class. It's way more fun to drive these truggies hard like the 8th scale ones. And since it's open wheel, you shouldn't see the same aggressive driving habits that SC can foster.
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Man I am happy to see this baby coming to fruition! Seems like we are getting a new class to drool over I'm sad though I may have to pass on the first run. All current funds are being poured into a new PC and monitor for FO76 Depends on when the official release of this new truggy comes.
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Originally Posted by Matthew_Armeni View Post
I'm running SMC 4600 and I think the others were also running SMC or Protek 6100. We were all running Tekin RSX's. We recommend full size servos only due to the tire size.

If a track were to do a "spec" class, I could see maybe a 10.5 or 8.5 motor, but honestly I think it should just be an open class. It's way more fun to drive these truggies hard like the 8th scale ones. And since it's open wheel, you shouldn't see the same aggressive driving habits that SC can foster.
Will the ET410 have a stronger chassis?
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Originally Posted by Matthew_Armeni View Post
I thought the Pro2 motor felt the best. Plenty of top speed, the bottom end was really smooth, lots of midrange power. I'm not sure what Mason had as far as ESC settings on his RSX but it worked well with the motor. After that I like the 2-pole motors, then the Pro4. The smoothness of the 2-pole on the bottom end is really good for racing. The torque of the 4-pole is nice as well though, zero run-up to clear jumps is always nice. None of ran a fan on the ESC, Matt and I have to run fans on our motors. The 4-pole motors don't need a fan. I think the optimum motor for racing will be the Pro2. Smoother than the Pro4 and no fan needed.
Will it be possible to use an 1/8 scale motor and 4s battery?

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