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Old 01-18-2012, 05:27 PM
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Originally Posted by snellemin View Post
You have to drill some holes. Laydown option you can look at RCM battery trays.





What is the plate you have on top of the center diff?
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Old 01-18-2012, 06:23 PM
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The plate I made, but recently switched over the the scrt10 case, like the one in the top picture.
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Old 01-19-2012, 03:43 PM
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Wow where've i been?? LOL i havent been on here in awhile!! Love the CRT.5 howevere ive grown up to a Hyper 10TT so im posting mine up as a roller plus extra parts etc,,,
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Old 01-19-2012, 03:46 PM
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I have to have a certain amount of posts b4 i can list in the forsale section so i hope you guys (that may have the most interest in this anyhow) dont mind??
If you do one of the mods can feel free to delete my next post which should be ten then i will also post it in forsale section IF i only need 10 posts if i need more then oh well guess im screwed for now lol Ive been registered here for awhile and also did a straight trade with one member from here but i also have clout in other forums if anyone needs more info on me.
Told im a good guy so hopefully thats enuff lol
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Old 01-19-2012, 03:48 PM
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You are only allowed to post URLs to other sites after you have made a certain number of posts. You have not reached that limit yet

Ahhhh CRAP!!
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maybe now?
Heres what i have for an ad for now:

This is an Ofna Jammin CRT.5 Pro Nitro 1/12th scale 4wd roller with extended chassis (its really 1/10th scale) has a 1/10th scale body on it now (black) and i'm also including the original 1/12th scale (new) body and chassis the original chassis is the shorter by 3/4 of and inch to an inch.
This can come with all the parts to make it nitro (minus Flywheel and brake parts already sold them b4 i knew i was selling the CRT) IF You want, but is set up to run electric now.
It has an RCMonster CNC aluminum motor mount and i upgraded the front shocks and a few other minor details as well.
This thing comes with some wikked metal diffs both front, rear and center, they are so durable i doubt you could strip them with a real car engine lol. I will add a pic i took when i changed the center diff fluid.
I did not purchase the full brushlesss conversion kit i only bought the mount so the battery holder is homeade from some computer hardware screws and some old chassis braces from my Evader, the mount works pretty good but im sure something better could be done with it i just didnt have any other way of doing it myself.
Im not sure if i will be selling it with the wheels imaged as two of them are from one of my other rollers but b4 i ship i will show and make sure that your cool with what you get, just depends on how quick it sells, may possibly come with 4 brand new tires like the ones on it now that i ordered but have not recieved yet.
I will be including most all of the original parts with it as well as quite a few extra parts ive purchased since i got it, its not that old i just got it (new) on 1/4/12 and i bashed with it a few times and ran it at my LHS on thier track which is just some wood jumps and a layout on the concrete parking lot.
anyhow if you have any questions or interest please PM me.

US SHipping ONLY!!
NO trades!! I need $$$ Pay Pal only unless you happen to be in the DFW metroplex which i doubt lol.

$145.00 SHIPPED

Ok heres some pics!!













Heres an album with these and a few more images http://imageshack.us/g/96/dsci0037e.jpg/[/img]
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Would a Hobbywing 60A ESC and 4000kV motor be an OK set up for a converted CRT.5?

this kit, have one sitting around...
http://www.ebay.com/itm/8-5T-Brushle...item3cc3ec636e
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bueller? anyone still running these things?
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Old 03-29-2012, 06:40 AM
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Mine's still in the box.

JRL13, I don't see why you couldn't run that. I have that setup in another truck which is probably about the same weight and it is plenty fast.
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Old 04-02-2012, 08:44 AM
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To the OP or anyone that might be able to answer my question. I just bought mine with an extended chassis and electric conversion, and have a sidewinder esc and 3800kv motor, and saw the OP has the snappy RC mount for his. Just wondering which one he actually bought or would fit with little to no mods? I love these mounts, just looking for which one might fit the best with the sidewinder esc.
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with my sidewinder i just drilled 2 holes in the esc plate and ran zip ties no need for a mount. I do use a mmp snappy mount now that i have the mmp
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Originally Posted by agarabaghi View Post
with my sidewinder i just drilled 2 holes in the esc plate and ran zip ties no need for a mount. I do use a mmp snappy mount now that i have the mmp
I'll probably go with the smallest esc mount snappy has for the sidewinder and drill the holes myself like you did. I've done it to almost every conversion I've done, just figured I'd ask. Thanks for the quick response!
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did you get the ofna jammin conversion kit?
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this is what i purchased. Not sure if it's the conversion specifically for the crt.5 or if it's for the scrt

http://www.rctech.net/forum/r-c-item...-electric.html
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yea thats it. you wont need the snappy mount. just drill 4 holes in the esc tray with the kit and run zip ties.
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