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Old 03-08-2009, 08:50 AM   #1
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Default stampede upgrade advise/tips

i hav a traxas stampede right now it has a tamiya ESC TEU-101BK and a taitan t12 550 motor (off an e-maxx) im running a dynamite 200 batt n a venom 1800 batt both 6-cell NiMH oh yeah and 4 some odd reason im running vxl rustler tires n rims dont know why but imigetting vxl stampede's this weekend!! what is the best way to max speed it w/o taking a chunk out of my wallet?? anyone can help im in miami florida more tward the homestead area if u can text me @ 786 385 5980 thanks


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Old 03-08-2009, 09:03 AM   #2
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could try gearing to speed it up but id fix the weak links first such as:

output yokes
front tower flex
front suspension fibre bar
RPM suspension arms
Bigbearing hubs

what i also did on my stampede was remove all the grey upper plastic turnbuckles and made custom ones with 3mm threadrod, alloy tubing and nuts to back em off.

just a few ideas....
Venom fireball 60t, micro Drive 14t ESC, micro rx, HiTec 645mg servo, and still working on this...
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