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Old 10-31-2009, 07:14 PM
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I've run the CRT on 6.5 on 2s and it ran good. Well, it ran good after a dedicated fan on the motor...

The Medusa 4800 rips it up in the CRT. 2s it's fast. 3s it's CRAZY. Man, I wish Medusa stayed around.

I've heard about the hobby city motors listed above. I've heard they run ok -- can be a little hot. They also have pressed endballs that came come loose on hard impact. However, you can't beat the price...
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I run my crt5 on 2s and a novak 6.5 without any problems, scrt10 should be fine on 2s power, imo.
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We'll see on the power plant. Again...I'm starting at 2S with a beefy motor. I agree with some....the 540 canned 6.5 motor is just being too pushed in the CRT.5, let alone it's heavier big brother SCRT. That said, I have a feeling the SCRT won't be too much heavier than the CRT.5 is.
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well have fun. ill run mine 30 mintues striaght, never need and fan and never worry about temps. and yes once these trucks will weigh quite abit more, the bodies alone are quite heavier, and then the larger SC wheels and tires (prolly beadlocks also for most)
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For some of the previous mentioned reasons I think I will also lean toward the Hyper SCT over the Jammin. I think the 1509 1.5Y and 4s setup I had in my mini jammin will fit in the Hyper SCT nicely. But I'm still hoping for a release date to be posted.
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Originally Posted by Spektrum84 View Post
For some of the previous mentioned reasons I think I will also lean toward the Hyper SCT over the Jammin. I think the 1509 1.5Y and 4s setup I had in my mini jammin will fit in the Hyper SCT nicely. But I'm still hoping for a release date to be posted.
January for the Jammin, the Hyper is shipping very soon. I've heard delivery dates of Nov 5, and another LHS said they were available last week!
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My LHS said that they were supposed to be available on the 5th.

I came really close to buying a blitz today (I still might), but I am DEFINITELY getting a 4x4 SCT.

I will probably switch to running 2wd and 4wd SCT.

Where are you guys going to buy from?
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Old 11-05-2009, 07:01 AM
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so, what online shop has the cheapest price?
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I would say Tower with a coupon, but I don't see it listed yet. Horizon wants almost $300, and Nitro house is right at $250. Dig up those e-mailed coupons!
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I heard that they should be in stores next week.

I think I will definitely buy one.

I just need to figure out how I want to power it.
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I pre ordered two hyper sc 10's today from nitro house. $249 a pop. They said they should ship this week!!!

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there is a new pic on jammn's web site of chad bradleys scrt10 looks awsome. i just noticed also the truck is gonna come with bead lock wheels
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The Jammin SCRT10 looks nice. However, it does seem they missed a few obvious tweaks.
1. The battery mount is setup to only fit a 2S hardcase mounted on its short side. What about those of us with soft packs or 3S or 4S systems? What if you want to get the COG lower and mount the battery flat on the chassis?
2. They did not offset the center diff. The drive shafts are plenty long to have offset the CD to the right of the vehicle so the battery could be layed flat and still keep a centered weight bias.
3. I don't see a rear chassis brace. Maybe the chassis is extra thick, but that would be unneccessary weight. Maybe after test it performed better without the brace. I say that because it looks like there is a hole in the chassis to mount a brace.

Oh well, overall I like the layout of the Jammin a bit better than the Hyper, probably because it looks a little cleaner. Maybe Mike at RC-Monster.com will make a replacement chassis with an offset driveline.

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One more thing about powerful motors in these......most SCT bodies act like a big parachute. Power will cure this because you will be able to take off harder, break in the air harder, bring the nose down better, just all in all more control to kinda man-handle these SCT parachutes. Kinda on a ride when they hit any air. When they're under powered I feel like I'm getting lucky that it did what I thought it would do. With power, it wasn't luck. Just my thoughts. Going with a big power plant in mine.
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Originally Posted by GO-RIDE.com View Post
The Jammin SCRT10 looks nice. However, it does seem they missed a few obvious tweaks.
1. The battery mount is setup to only fit a 2S hardcase mounted on its short side. What about those of us with soft packs or 3S or 4S systems? What if you want to get the COG lower and mount the battery flat on the chassis?
2. They did not offset the center diff. The drive shafts are plenty long to have offset the CD to the right of the vehicle so the battery could be layed flat and still keep a centered weight bias.
3. I don't see a rear chassis brace. Maybe the chassis is extra thick, but that would be unneccessary weight. Maybe after test it performed better without the brace. I say that because it looks like there is a hole in the chassis to mount a brace.

Oh well, overall I like the layout of the Jammin a bit better than the Hyper, probably because it looks a little cleaner. Maybe Mike at RC-Monster.com will make a replacement chassis with an offset driveline.
are pics available of the Jammin chassis now? If so, where?
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