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Old 04-24-2013, 09:22 AM
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Originally Posted by tobamiester
Yes, or a close configuration. I ran the VTX10RBE with VST 7.5. Ran very well and pretty cool. Mess around with the Punch and Throttle PWM to find your feel.

The Black Edition has an improved BEC and larger/remote Cap.
If your running the stock TD body you maybe restricted for space with the BE, so would go with the original VTX10R. I ran the JC body so was able to find somewhere for the larger Cap.

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I run the VTX10R-BE and it works great. I run it with a Reedy 6.5 motor and everything runs super smooth a cool
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Old 04-24-2013, 01:11 PM
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has anyone used the molded plastic shock towers yet? any pros or cons?
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Does the v3 kit come with the +1 degree rear hub option?
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Originally Posted by Blitzrockey
Does the v3 kit come with the +1 degree rear hub option?
Mine did.
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Old 04-25-2013, 12:47 AM
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Originally Posted by Blitzrockey
Does the v3 kit come with the +1 degree rear hub option?
Both zero and plus ones if I remember right...
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Old 04-25-2013, 05:17 AM
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I see many setups containing the 5x1.3mm or 4x1.4mm pistons for the shocks, what pistons are these? and were do i get those? Any of those in the V3 Kit?

I think there was some smaller pistons, but they were so small they didnt fit the Big bore shocks i have.

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I think most people drill their own holes into the BB blanks that came with the kit. That was the advice that was given to me and works fine.
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Originally Posted by Andy63
I see many setups containing the 5x1.3mm or 4x1.4mm pistons for the shocks, what pistons are these? and were do i get those? Any of those in the V3 Kit?

I think there was some smaller pistons, but they were so small they didnt fit the Big bore shocks i have.

Thanks for help! // Kind regards
if you don't have a set of blanks, use a soldering iron and melt/close 2 holes up. Works like a champ, used same technique on all my 1/10 TD cars.
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Thanks for awesome answers!
Then next question, why not use the 6x1.2mm and harder shock oil instead? What is different?

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Thanks for awesome answers!
Then next question, why not use the 6x1.2mm and harder shock oil instead? What is different?

Kind regards//
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Originally Posted by Andy63
Thanks for awesome answers!
Then next question, why not use the 6x1.2mm and harder shock oil instead? What is different?

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read 2.2 damping section: http://home.scarlet.be/~be067749/58/c2/index.htm
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You can not use different my
Numbers of holes or different size holes to equal out each setup has its own properties which can only be explained in a detailed article about shock pack, happy reading!
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I use the stock piston and CA a toothpick into the holes that I want to fill, then cut off flush and then add another drop of CA. Works great!
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Thanks for great answers! Will try!

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Originally Posted by Rob Phillips
I use the stock piston and CA a toothpick into the holes that I want to fill, then cut off flush and then add another drop of CA. Works great!
you don't really need toothpick to do that.
just overfill the hole with CA glue.

detailed tutorial can be found here:
http://losiracing.blogspot.com/2012/...e-pistons.html
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