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Old 02-07-2012, 06:51 PM
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I've been looking but can't find exactly what I'm looking for. What kind of shock setups are everyone using. Springs, Pistons, Bladders or bladders with foams or Immulsion setup, vented caps or not, oil, rebound.


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Old 02-07-2012, 07:39 PM
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Sorry if this has been asked a million times. Hard to search 2000 threads

I'm purchasing a used SCTE roller. (it was raced setup for racing )

Need an ESC and Motor for it.

I am pretty new and do not understand all the KV, Turn stuff.

I want to race this thing 1/10 scale indoor, occasionally 1/8 track outdoor.

For ESC I was thinking the MMM, or the Tekin RX8

Motor I don't know..is there any motors that will run fine on both 2s and 3s with this truck?
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Originally Posted by TheRevolution
Hey guys, I'm not sure exactly what the part is called, front bumper support bracket maybe, it's a small piece around the top of the front diff housing, in front of the shock tower. anyways, myself and at least 4 other guys had this piece break this weekend and I was wondering if anybody has came up with a more durable replacement for this piece? It's not that big of a deal really, but I don't think you can purchase it separately, it comes with the front bumper set.
I boiled all my bumper peices for 30 mins havnt broke a single peice since.
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Old 02-07-2012, 07:48 PM
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Another win for the scte. This past weekend was Rd 1 of the Rc Pro Texas State Series hosted by Mikes Hobby Shop/Gulf Coast Raceway in Porter, Tx. I TQ'ed and Won with the scte. There were almost 60 entries in the 4wd Sc Class. The truck was flawless all weekend.
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Originally Posted by BradS
+1 I broke this part and it looks like a weak spot on the truck. I ended up buying the whole front bumper, which I did not need. If it breaks again too quickly, I am going to try to rig something better. Would be a good opportunity for someone to make a better after market bumper, other than the T-bone, I don't want that obnoxious thing on my truck.

The only other parts I have broken in my first couple months with the truck are one front arm and one body post. The arms could use a little more material around where the shock mounts and the body posts could be improved.
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I have also broke a couple of these.Unfortunately the tbone bumper connects to it also.Definately gotta come up with something better.
Can someone send me a pic of where its breaking? Maybe i can mod the mold.
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How are people breaking this peice?I haven't broken anything on my bumper at all,let alone anything on the truck and ocassionally i nose dive this huge 8th scale triple and the bumper takes it all like a champ.
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Hey guys, got my tuning kit installed, all but the front hinge pin holder. I was wondering something, looking at the diagram, it shows the the values as

Angle 8-9-10-11-12

What do these values represent?
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Old 02-07-2012, 08:09 PM
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Originally Posted by KTMDirtFace
Sorry if this has been asked a million times. Hard to search 2000 threads

I'm purchasing a used SCTE roller. (it was raced setup for racing )

Need an ESC and Motor for it.

I am pretty new and do not understand all the KV, Turn stuff.

I want to race this thing 1/10 scale indoor, occasionally 1/8 track outdoor.

For ESC I was thinking the MMM, or the Tekin RX8

Motor I don't know..is there any motors that will run fine on both 2s and 3s with this truck?
look into the viper copperhead combos. I just picked one up after runnin mmp and various motors. Wanted to try something new and lots of good reviews on thos as well as a reasonable price point too!!
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Originally Posted by chucko
i am getting 170 with a fan on 13 teeth big track out door loose lomey
How hot are the pro4's able to get? I'm getting one and probably going to run a MMp with 4600kv pro 4
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I heard it try and keep it lower than 180. Could be wrong.
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Originally Posted by nitro0619
look into the viper copperhead combos. I just picked one up after runnin mmp and various motors. Wanted to try something new and lots of good reviews on thos as well as a reasonable price point too!!
Dang those are a good price almost as low as the hobbywing ezrun stuff.

But I still have no idea what KV rating I should be looking at.

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Originally Posted by KTMDirtFace
Dang those are a good price almost as low as the hobbywing ezrun stuff.

But I still have no idea what KV rating I should be looking at.

Thanks.
I also saw these they look good and priced very well anyone running these, is sensorless a big deal? Or sensored better I was looking at 4600kv or 5100kv
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Originally Posted by hacker07
Can someone send me a pic of where its breaking? Maybe i can mod the mold.
Hey Ryan, below are some pics.




Below is the Arm I broke, AE had problems with this, could use some extra material where the screw attaches.
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Originally Posted by "Smiley"
Another win for the scte. This past weekend was Rd 1 of the Rc Pro Texas State Series hosted by Mikes Hobby Shop/Gulf Coast Raceway in Porter, Tx. I TQ'ed and Won with the scte. There were almost 60 entries in the 4wd Sc Class. The truck was flawless all weekend.
Hey Smiley Great Results , If you get a chance post up your set up.
we are getting data from all west To East Coast Track surfaces,
and will also post on our site..Keep up the Great SCTE racing...
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Originally Posted by KTMDirtFace
Dang those are a good price almost as low as the hobbywing ezrun stuff.

But I still have no idea what KV rating I should be looking at.

Thanks.
Originally Posted by Mxer59
I also saw these they look good and priced very well anyone running these, is sensorless a big deal? Or sensored better I was looking at 4600kv or 5100kv
These are sensorless setups only. I got the 5150 bit the 4500 may work well for u too. I just wanted to make sure i had the power on tap
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