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Old 08-03-2011, 08:27 PM
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Originally Posted by mxr300ex
What pinions should I get for the Tenshock 4000kv? 14,15,16?
I would say 13,14,15.. 16 is going to get you a hot motor during the summer months unless you run a fan on it,, then you may squeeze by w/ it.
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Old 08-03-2011, 08:34 PM
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Originally Posted by mxr300ex
What pinions should I get for the Tenshock 4000kv? 14,15,16?
I am running a 13 right now. Temps are about 150 with a heatsink, 160 without it. I could probably go 14, but that's about it, and it would be pushing it. Maybe in the fall I go 14-15, but for now, no way.
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Originally Posted by x7tristan
will a low-profile servo fit in the SCTE? if not stock what will have to buy/modify to make it fit?

also should i go for a high speed or high torque servo?
You want something with some grunt and some speed. S6040 is about a low on torque as I would go and many team drivers use that servo with great success. I run a JR 8717 or JR9100s
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Originally Posted by onefast8
I'm going to go out on a limb here and guess that most people here will recommend the scte..


Originally Posted by LAYMAN123
What is everyone's thought on the bce chassis or the graphite? Just cant see 2oz's being worth 100 bucks. Or the graphite being to fragile. Just wanted to see if anyone has actuall track time with either chassis?
as josh has said, bce best mod for the scte. now as far as the snr chassis we don't know as they haven't really done any testing, at least to my knowledge. Not knocking on snr as i have bought towers from him, but at an extra 35+ dollar for a 12 gram difference, no thanks

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Originally Posted by mxr300ex
What pinions should I get for the Tenshock 4000kv? 14,15,16?
when i ran mine i went with 14 in a 98+ degree humid as hell day with a fan and it was at 130
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Old 08-03-2011, 09:39 PM
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Im running a 12T on my 4600 and it comes off around 150-160 after 7 minute main. That is without a fan or heatsink. I'm going to try a 13T with a fan after I put the BCE chassis on.
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Originally Posted by Mr.juarez




as josh has said, bce best mod for the scte. now as far as the snr chassis we don't know as they haven't really done any testing, at least to my knowledge. Not knocking on snr as i have bought towers from him, but at an extra 35+ dollar for a 12 gram difference, no thanks

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12 grams + "PRE DRILL HOLES FOR DROOP SCREW PLATFORM" + badassed awesome factor = $35.00.
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Old 08-03-2011, 10:02 PM
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Well the TLR chassis is 72 grams lighter than stock and pre-drilled for droop screws as well...lol.
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Originally Posted by mxr300ex
What pinions should I get for the Tenshock 4000kv? 14,15,16?
If you are stock weight or close to it, 13t. If you are substantially lighter, or it's pretty cool out run a 14t.
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Info from the first page has shock oil weight at 30 fr/rr. Is Losi wt. higher or lower than AE wt? I think it's been posted both ways over the past few days.
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I think when taxes come around I will end up buying the lightest and the heavest of the three new chassis.

for the diffence between indoor /outdoor
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Originally Posted by hacker07
Well the TLR chassis is 72 grams lighter than stock and pre-drilled for droop screws as well...lol.

Ok Ryan. The BCE is at 242 and the first run SNR chassis at 4mm thick is at 230. The new run of SNR chassis will be 3.7mm thick so they should be even a little lighter.

What will the new Losi lightened chassis weigh in at?
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Old 08-03-2011, 10:32 PM
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Originally Posted by dirtracer1
Ok Ryan. The BCE is at 242 and the first run SNR chassis at 4mm thick is at 230. The new run of SNR chassis will be 3.7mm thick so they should be even a little lighter.

What will the new Losi lightened chassis weigh in at?
about 25 -+ bucks less
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i just got the truck very happy ,, but i still have 6 screws and nuts left over , does anyone know what they are for , and the instructions suck bad , thanks
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Originally Posted by pete nice
i just got the truck very happy ,, but i still have 6 screws and nuts left over , does anyone know what they are for , and the instructions suck bad , thanks
I bet those are for mounting the number plate.
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Originally Posted by wcrase101
I bet those are for mounting the number plate.
yep
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