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Old 10-10-2007, 04:18 PM   #1
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Old 10-10-2007, 04:27 PM   #2
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just like all 2wd nitro trucks...lol

whats your plan? mount a brushless in the chassis?
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Old 10-10-2007, 05:05 PM   #3
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Sooner or later, I need to find a Li-Po pack to fit or get some IB's built.
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can you post some pics of the bottom and list some of the parts used for the conversion. It looks like a rc10gt rear with t3 front? I am looking to do something similar for oval racing.

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hey very nice truck.
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Put a Novak in it!!!
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Old 10-11-2007, 06:14 AM   #7
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can you post some pics of the bottom and list some of the parts used for the conversion. It looks like a rc10gt rear with t3 front? I am looking to do something similar for oval racing.

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Thanks guys.

The bottom is just the regular chassis, nothing extra really. Its a XTM X-Cellerator nitro, converted to electric. No AE parts besides thee motor mount here.

Its not an oval truck, even though I wish there was a track around.

Do you still want a list even though I didn't build it for the oval?
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i'll bet that would really rip with a novak hv in it!
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i'll bet that would really rip with a novak hv in it!
It'll rip more with a Novak 3.5R.
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i know this thread is kinda old, but could anybody go further into how to do this conversion
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PM replied to.

Oh and Evader or Traxxas spurs work well. You may have to open up the bearing hole though.
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I have one based on a Rc10 GT, I used a RC-Monster revo motor mount as opposed to a homemade or custom mount. I can show pics if you want to see it, but don't want to steal annie's thunder
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Nice truck! I did the same thing with a RC-10GT. I used a TC4 motor mount and had the battery inline. I then mounted the servo upright right behind the shock upright and had it connected to the front wheels directly. I used a RC-10L servo saver on the servo. Worked out nicely! Don
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I remember talking to a GT owner who had done the same. I think it may have been one of you. You guys can post up pics to further assist Stealitall, this thread is WAY old.
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