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Old 08-12-2011, 08:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Buzz3
Big mistake aking the arrows off. People won't know which way is front now.
Sure we will. We put our shotgun racks in the rear window of this pick up truck.
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Old 08-12-2011, 08:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Kylesfv
Who wants to be the Geniue Pig for this new chassis?
I do, go ahead and send me one.
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Old 08-12-2011, 09:06 PM
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Originally Posted by jhautz
I haven't seen this mentioned, but I haven't exactly been keeping up with this fast moving thread so i apologize in advance if its already been discussed. I just ran across this on nitrohouse.com and thought it was interesting. Yet another aftermarket chassis player in the mix for this truck.

http://www.nitrohouse.com/Car-Hop-Up...duct_info.html
can't wait to see where this one scales in at!!
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Old 08-12-2011, 09:12 PM
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Originally Posted by ChefDementia
Why a 2.5t 550 from trinity, does that just seem a little much to anyone else.
Guessing thats a typo, enlarge the photo of the motor in the upper right corner and it reads 6.5...
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Old 08-12-2011, 09:31 PM
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Originally Posted by WideOpenThrottle RC
Guessing thats a typo, enlarge the photo of the motor in the upper right corner and it reads 6.5...
then why does the product description list it as 2.5 turns, as well as the title of the products page.

2 distinct fields when making changes to web pages, so they would have had to goof twice
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Originally Posted by larlev
How are the rebars working?

Rebars hook up real nice. Plenty of forward traction and since this truck already has a ton of steering, Steve was able put in some fast laps considering he just walked into the track....picked up my transmitter.....and grabbed a handful of throttle. Must be nice to be a rockstar.
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Old 08-12-2011, 11:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Lucid
then why does the product description list it as 2.5 turns, as well as the title of the products page.

2 distinct fields when making changes to web pages, so they would have had to goof twice
Nope the 2.5 t 550 Monster Horsepower is a true and real motor.
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Old 08-12-2011, 11:45 PM
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I just want to post that out of the box with a leopard 4650kv 4 pole motor, i am luvin this machine. It is a sweet basher for me.
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Old 08-12-2011, 11:51 PM
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Originally Posted by alvinsmith75
Hey Salad, not sure if maybe I missed it or not but do you know if that 4 pole motor is a D or Y wind? Alot of people do not relize the difference yet but they will soon see that the y wind is much more efficient. I do believe that the people running the Castle 1410 successfully for 10 minutes will not have the same sucess with the new Tekin 4000kv using the same battery combo. Two things going againt Tekin as far as efficiency goes is the sensor and d wind, both factors use more electricity.
I'm not 100% sure but going to say Y wind, just for the fact I ran it today and it was very efficient. After 8 minutes I was averaging 2650mah back into my packs. The 2 pole pretty sure is a D wind, and I noticed it liked to drink mah's. I will find out tomorrow for sure.

Originally Posted by Buzz3
Sensorless? I must have missed something, what ESC are you testing it on?

That label is awesome and needs to be made.
Err I can't mention anything about the ESC, other than it's not out yet.

I made the label and was able to shoot some testing of the truck. Enjoy!!



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Salad, very nice video real nice driving, but it really does nothing for
showing what a 4 pole motor can do. That track looks like a stock 17.5
2wd SC would run down a 4x4 SC. At least when I've ran on tracks like
that one they will..

Show us some video out on an 1/8 scale track running with 1/8th
scale E buggies if you get a chance would ya"

Once again very nice smooth driving...
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Old 08-13-2011, 12:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Moogumby
Nope the 2.5 t 550 Monster Horsepower is a true and real motor.
I have a 3.5R 550, I think that has AE 4wd written all over it.

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Originally Posted by Chuck 21

Salad, very nice video real nice driving, but it really does nothing for
showing what a 4 pole motor can do. That track looks like a stock 17.5
2wd SC would run down a 4x4 SC. At least when I've ran on tracks like
that one they will..

Show us some video out on an 1/8 scale track running with 1/8th
scale E buggies if you get a chance would ya"

Once again very nice smooth driving...
Yea that tracks small, but works great for testing temps in those conditions. If I can make it out here for shooting I will, no clue when that will be though.

This is what you want to see.

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Yeah but no slow mo and no copters"
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Has anyone done a bearing count how many of what sizes losi web wont list
how many and were
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Originally Posted by bigjerry
Has anyone done a bearing count how many of what sizes losi web wont list
how many and were
Yup - David Joor at Avid did!!!!

He has a complete kit for the Lost 4 x 4 at reasonable prices!

http://www.avidrc.com

Good guy and good products and NO, he doesn't sponsor me!!!!!!!
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