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Old 11-09-2014, 12:31 PM
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Originally Posted by targetingxmod View Post

Need to read in between the lines... it's a trick but when you know how it's done it just goes by instinct!

Before the first "= "cut all the written.... then look for the next "=" and before the last "=" find the "&" ... that "&" and all forward letters need to go. Then the thing in between like a sandwhich!
thanks so much for sharing the trick! it's been a long time I should have asked the question

so here is my trial with a new vid I just uploaded this afternoon:

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Do you run with 2S or 4S lipos?
What is the average running time for one full charge?
Hi, I run a 6S 2000mah lipo with a T8i 1350kv for an average running time of 12 minutes on this track.

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My buggy is jumping nose up. Tried limiting front droop. It got worse. Has the tebo silver state setup.

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anyone using a plastic spur gear. i've looked for a part # with no luck
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Originally Posted by pballer2777 View Post
anyone using a plastic spur gear. i've looked for a part # with no luck
I run plastic since day one.

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+ tekno diff shims

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Originally Posted by Pulse_ View Post
I run plastic since day one.

KYOIF148
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$4.59

+ f/r diff case + 4x4mm set screw

+ tekno diff shims

= quiet buggy
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Old 11-13-2014, 08:48 AM
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you're welcome

talking about silence, this thread is getting too quiet IMO

don't you have vids or pics or setups or whatever to share? keep this thread alive, the buggy is great
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Unfortunately here in CO our 1/8 buggys are put away for the winter. I'm enjoying playing with 1/10 off road indoors but its just not the same......
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Originally Posted by pie8man View Post
Unfortunately here in CO our 1/8 buggys are put away for the winter. I'm enjoying playing with 1/10 off road indoors but its just not the same......
oh ok, and the weather is so bad you never run outside? we are lucky enough to have an indoor facility that allows standard 1/8 e-buggies and right now the weather is still fine to have fun outdoors.. I wouldn't say it's warm but at least it doesn't rain

hope I won't be the only one posting here during the winter, because I have more vids and races coming
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I run the Tebo 2013 set up as well but with a few changes. I run 55front and 40rear shock oil in the car, it really settles the car down and jumps more consistently at various speeds and conditions. Is your car nose up off of everything or just one specific jump? is it a low speed accelerating jump, high speed jump? If it is a single jump issue... consider your driving and line choice. Try softer on the throttle or a different spot off the jump? For a quick fix try raising the rear ride height a bit. If it jumps consistently nose high. Check your center diff and make sure it is working properly. Then raise the front oil weight.
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here is a new vid of my MP9E, I'm open to any suggestion for setup changes if you think the buggy is handling weird

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Car looks very capable, it seems to struggle in traffic....
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Originally Posted by Pulse_ View Post
I run plastic since day one.

KYOIF148
Kyosho 46T Spur Gear
$4.59

+ f/r diff case + 4x4mm set screw

+ tekno diff shims

= quiet buggy
What is the 4x4mm set screw for?
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Originally Posted by Drew Manzella View Post
What is the 4x4mm set screw for?
On the smaller diff case a set screw is present in the case. In order to remove the pin which holds the outdrive, you have to extract it through the hole where the set screw is. The larger center diff case doesn't need it since it is much larger in circumference.
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perfect answer from rfleck

would be nice to post a few pics of your buggies buddies, I'm curious about your setups/ electronic layout etc..
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Looking into getting one of the mp9e buggies what kinds of spares should i get and are the any parts that wear down pretty fast.
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