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Old 10-03-2011, 06:34 PM
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Originally Posted by SaladFork
Oh SNAP! Getting close guys!



Hey I want more info on the speed control and motor combo for a scte.
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Old 10-03-2011, 07:01 PM
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I just recently got the Tekin Pro 4 4000kv motor. Its paired with the MMP. Works flawlessly, With a 14T Pinion, On an Med-Large Track. ESC Temps are around 100*, Motor 150-165 after 10mins of running.
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Old 10-03-2011, 07:38 PM
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I know some of you like the extra weight of this truck, but I am having a hard time making ten minutes on a 6000maH battery. I have a heavy trigger finger, there is no doubt about that. But how light has anyone been able to get this thing so far? I have been shopping for light weight parts, but I am wondering just how much a difference it can make on this chassis.
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TLR Tune Flex Chassis will save you a bunch of weight. Then get the LW Outdrives, They make a big difference as well.
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Originally Posted by coffee
I know some of you like the extra weight of this truck, but I am having a hard time making ten minutes on a 6000maH battery. I have a heavy trigger finger, there is no doubt about that. But how light has anyone been able to get this thing so far? I have been shopping for light weight parts, but I am wondering just how much a difference it can make on this chassis.
I have seen some 6 lb ready to race trucks , you have to remember every gram helps and they can add up quickly if you can drop half a pound off a car thats like dropping a few hundred pounds in a 1:1 car .
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Old 10-03-2011, 07:53 PM
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Originally Posted by coffee
I know some of you like the extra weight of this truck, but I am having a hard time making ten minutes on a 6000maH battery. I have a heavy trigger finger, there is no doubt about that. But how light has anyone been able to get this thing so far? I have been shopping for light weight parts, but I am wondering just how much a difference it can make on this chassis.
snr, bce, tlr, all these chassis are within the same 75 grams except the snr at 205 i think.

pm bondonutz for questions as he has gotten his truck stupid lightweight.

cut your battery tray
lightweight outdrives
carbon towers
chassis
lightweight wheels/tires
titanium buckles
titanium hinge pins if you can find them
either snr or losi hinge pin holders
trim the rear bumper with the mud flaps
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Old 10-03-2011, 08:17 PM
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Originally Posted by ChrisAttebery
I'm looking for a little setup advice. I run at Nor-Cal hobbies where the Nats ran this summer. On a normal club race weekend the track is not watered and it is very hard pack with a bit of dust in the corners.

I'd like to reduce turn in and the truck will occasionally traction roll or kick the rear end out off power.

I started with Dakota Phend's setup from the nats. I have changed the following:

Diff Oils: 7/5/2

Shock Oils: 27.5 F/R

Ride Height w/ body on:
F: 25mm
R: 23.5mm

Camber:
F:-3
R:-1.5

Rear shocks: Middle top/ Outside rear

I've tried running Soft Enduros F/R and BowFighter M2 F/ Soft Enduro R. I also bought a set of the Losi Eclipse to try in the rear, but didn't have a chance to try them out.

Would going to the purple spring in the front help slow down turn in? Any other suggestions?

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Raise your shock oil up to 32.5 in losi or 30 in ae oil. Also 27mm front and rear with body on and -1 camber front and rear and slight toe out for the front wheels. Also running the stock eclipse tires in the front will give you slight push.
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Old 10-03-2011, 08:39 PM
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My truck weighs 5 pounds 14 ounces ready to race
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Originally Posted by SupermaxxRich
My truck weighs 5 pounds 14 ounces ready to race
What screw kit are you using? Im at 5.4 right now and I want to do everything possible.
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Old 10-03-2011, 08:47 PM
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Originally Posted by SupermaxxRich
My truck weighs 5 pounds 14 ounces ready to race
Do you mind listing the mods that got you to that weight? It would be really helpful
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anyone have a partnumber or link to the shims needed for the front and rear diffs? I'm not seeing anything listed on amain in the correct sections and I dont have a manual.
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Originally Posted by SupermaxxRich
My truck weighs 5 pounds 14 ounces ready to race
I would like to see what was done to get this truck that lite.....
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Ordered my TLR tuning kit on sunday from amain. But just making sure, do the shock caps come pre-drilled for emulsion ?
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Originally Posted by SupermaxxRich
My truck weighs 5 pounds 14 ounces ready to race
photo proof or it never exist.

but a list of Mods would be cool too.
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micrors4guy:
this will do nicely for you as it has for me - they're thin (allowing for finer control of the shimming), the right size, and low priced. They're also available at losipartshouse if you'd rather order from there. Enjoy

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...ce-Shim-Set-10


Originally Posted by micrors4guy
anyone have a partnumber or link to the shims needed for the front and rear diffs? I'm not seeing anything listed on amain in the correct sections and I dont have a manual.
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