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Old 07-22-2019, 03:47 PM
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I find titanium gears wear poorly and get sloppy.
exactly. And strip easy in heavier vehicles like sc,st, st4.
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Originally Posted by scoobyrs25 View Post
Buy all of the medium flex plastics and soft springs.Center diff is great too.
i wouls also add a 1.3mm front/1.2mm rear Swaybar combo.
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Old 07-23-2019, 05:01 AM
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Originally Posted by INFERN0 View Post
I find titanium gears wear poorly and get sloppy.
so what is the best type of gears to have in a servo, steel?
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Yes steel. I may be selling my truck soon. Class died pretty quick in my area and i'm not going to drive 3 hours to run it.
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Yes steel. I may be selling my truck soon. Class died pretty quick in my area and i'm not going to drive 3 hours to run it.
sorry to hear about the class dying off. Don't even run the class at my track anymore. I've stopped racing all together. I just drive my Basher trucks and crawlers with my son
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I still race, but only 2 wheel mod and 4 wheel 13.5. Iím stuck in yokomo town and their 4 wheel is so fragile they are too scared to run it in mod lol..
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Originally Posted by jpcopeland1 View Post


i wouls also add a 1.3mm front/1.2mm rear Swaybar combo.
Just the kind of info I was looking for, thanks!

Kit shock oils seemed a bit thick to me as well for loose tracks.
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Originally Posted by jpcopeland1 View Post
I still race, but only 2 wheel mod and 4 wheel 13.5. I’m stuck in yokomo town and their 4 wheel is so fragile they are too scared to run it in mod lol..
With the release of the DTM3/CAL3 in particular the new bigger hingepins and hingepin inserts, and considering how close the AE B74 matches up to the yokomo a-arms, I wouldn't be surprised you see some fitted with those. Rumor also is Yokomo is looking to address the a-arm issue as well.

Looking forward to racing with a buddy who has the XT4 with my YZ4SFT. it looks nice, hope Yokomo makes a full version too.
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Hi everyone
I just ordered one of these kits and Iím not sure which motor and esc to purchase. Any suggestions would be appreciated. This kit will mostly be run outdoors on larger 1/8 tracks like Thunder Alley and Wild West RC.
Thanks everyone.
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Where are the videos of these things running?
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Anyone know if the PR sb401r-t body will fit this truck?
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Originally Posted by DzrtRacer View Post
Hi everyone
I just ordered one of these kits and Iím not sure which motor and esc to purchase. Any suggestions would be appreciated. This kit will mostly be run outdoors on larger 1/8 tracks like Thunder Alley and Wild West RC.
Thanks everyone.
Iím interesting in this too!

What motor/ESC combo would you run for fun and open races?

I am considering Mamba X & 1406 (5700kv or 4600kv)
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