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Old 08-25-2006, 11:46 AM   #1
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okay i am now new to the 4wd seen what tires do i run? where do i get them? what batts to run with b-less? will gp3300 work well or do i need to get ib3800 or even lipos? what spur to run with b-less? what pinion? what type of servo? will a corless work? will the specktrum high tourk work? what shock oil? what weight spring? any thing that i missed?
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for setup ur best to start with the kit setup. any servo will work but a highquality fitaba or airtronics will b needed if u realy wany to cut those corners.


Tires are usualy specific to ur track, just copy wat the fast guys use. If ur nice to them they might even give u there setup 2. as for batteries i run 3800 but i dont use brushless i have a 10x3 orion so i cant help u with that
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3300's will be fine to start with.I would worry about tires more.
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Old 08-25-2006, 07:26 PM   #4
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4WD buggy tire choice seems to go to ProLine Hileshots or Inside Jobs. Seem to work well on most tracks.
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4WD buggy tire choice seems to go to ProLine Hileshots or Inside Jobs. Seem to work well on most tracks.
What if your track is not a hardpack track!!!!!! For loamy tracks a set of Losi IMFAR studs (red)works well. It is best to see what the fast guys at your track are running and do accordingly.
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