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Old 11-04-2007, 01:11 PM   #1
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Default Brushless conversions for Jammin CRT .5

Who makes a bolt on conversion for the Jammin CRT .5, also, I have heard of newer chassis designs that allow standard servos, would want the conversion for that.
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Old 11-04-2007, 02:15 PM   #2
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Rc-monster sells a kit
Here is a link.
http://www.rc-monster.com/proddetail...od=rcmcrt.5kit
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bce sells a chassis that allows you to use standard servos
or you could buy the rtr crt.5 chassis, I think it allows you to use a standard steering but a mini throttle servo
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Blue Groove is coming out with one soon!

http://www.bluegrooveconcepts.com/cart/index.php
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Blue Groove is coming out with one soon!

http://www.bluegrooveconcepts.com/cart/index.php
Craps did you or any of your Buddy's ever try ,this Hot Bodies Lightning 10 Stadium Truck for a Brushless/Lipo conversation.
http://www.hotbodiesonline.net/kit.p...=66501&lang=en ?

If so how does it work ?

I just saw that Kyosho has just came out with this 1/10 4wd that looks pretty good.

Check it out.







http://www.kyoshoamerica.com/carsand...ars/31097B.asp
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So Craps, are you guys looking into doing the whole brushless CR .5 thing with 1/10 scale truck wheels and tires? Seems that would give you what you are looking for.
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Old 11-06-2007, 01:24 PM   #7
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As far as bolt in Jammin' CRT .5 conversions are concerned, I have found my choice...the Jammin' CRT E.5 Conversion Kit offered by Blue Groove RC Concepts (www.bluegrooveconcepts.com). They left it up to me to choose what speed control/motor combination I wanted to use AND I can use a full size servo without drilling any extra holes into the chassis. This kit includes all the plates and brackets needed to convert the Jammin' CRT .5 from race roller or nitro to an E.5.
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If I do it I think I may go with the RC Monster kit. It looks like its the most versatile for the money. Especially since it allows you to adjust the mount to your battery type, and is extended too.
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Old 11-06-2007, 09:29 PM   #9
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I saw the RC Monster chassis. It's nice. I am holding out for an extended chassis from Jammin'. I am trying to keep it as close to stock roller as possible. That way, if I want to convert back to nitro, I can just take out the Blue Groove plates and put all of my nitro stuff back in...I don't forsee a switch back anytime soon though.
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Old 11-11-2007, 02:23 AM   #10
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How many people have one. Im currently looking at getting one and alot of people are saying that the 5700 with 2s would work as it will get to hot. Is this correct? What setup is everyone running?
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Isnt an electric CRT .5 basically a 1/10 electric 4wd car with a truck body on it?
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Its actually more expensive in the end.
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Drft_Buggy- My friend has one with a 5700 and a lipo and I ran it for 12 minutes the other night and it wasn't to hot when it came off. It shouldn't get hot as long as its geared right. It works real good in the truck I will have one when I can afford it.
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Isnt an electric CRT .5 basically a 1/10 electric 4wd car with a truck body on it?
No, it's a truck. and it's WAY more durable than any electric 4wd buggy on the market.
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I have drove the blue groove crt.5 It had the traxxas brushless system with a 11.1 maxxamps 5000 I drove the car for twenty five minutes it was a blast. I also drove the e-revo conversion kit that he is coming out with you can still use the brake servo and center diffs with his kit.
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