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Old 02-09-2012, 11:02 PM
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Originally Posted by KTMDirtFace
K thanks.

Also wouldnt it be the battery that goes poooof if your running to little C rating? how the heck would the motor/esc blow up?

Also Ethan5050, why does your SCTE chassis a brownish color? is that not stock?
Yes the battery most likely would puff first before anything else. Thats the TLR4000 flex tuned chassis on Ethans truck. Upgrading the shock towers and chassis are the must haves on this truck.
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Old 02-09-2012, 11:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Brushless420
Yes the battery most likely would puff first before anything else. Thats the TLR4000 flex tuned chassis on Ethans truck. Upgrading the shock towers and chassis are the must haves on this truck.
Thanks the info.

I just got my SCTE used from a member here. Roller. has Carbon fiber rear shock tower. and most of the upgrades(i cant remember them all ) I think that are required and a TON of spare parts new in bag. and some skid plates front and rear still in the bag.

Viper Copperhead Motor and ESC gets here tomorrow.

Whats a quality servo I should throw in it? Whats a good torque and speed for this truck?
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Old 02-10-2012, 01:07 AM
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Originally Posted by KTMDirtFace
Whats a quality servo I should throw in it? Whats a good torque and speed for this truck?
You wont go wrong with a Spektrum H6040 servo
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Old 02-10-2012, 01:25 AM
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Ryan or Casper,
How much diff grease do you put in the diffs when rebuilding.
I think I will stay with this as it feels ok.
This is the grease I am talking about: LOSB3590.
Thx for your help, much appreciated.
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Old 02-10-2012, 01:34 AM
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Originally Posted by vasidudu
Ryan or Casper,
How much diff grease do you put in the diffs when rebuilding.
I think I will stay with this as it feels ok.
This is the grease I am talking about: LOSB3590.
Thx for your help, much appreciated.
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Losi smart grease would be a better choice
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Originally Posted by .AJ.
Losi smart grease would be a better choice
The grease he is looking at is the same grease used to build the truck at the factory. Why is the smart diff grease a better choice?
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Originally Posted by .AJ.
Losi smart grease would be a better choice
Any ref pls?
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Old 02-10-2012, 02:58 AM
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Hi there, I've just purchased a new Ten-scte and I've got a MMP, Hitec 7940 servo but no motor as yet. I've got some idea what motor to get for it but I was wondering if I could use a CC 4800kv 540 motor or CC 2200kv 1/8th motor untill I get a 550 sized motor for it? Your help would be greatly appreciated.
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Originally Posted by 3Q
Hi there, I've just purchased a new Ten-scte and I've got a MMP, Hitec 7940 servo but no motor as yet. I've got some idea what motor to get for it but I was wondering if I could use a CC 4800kv 540 motor or CC 2200kv 1/8th motor untill I get a 550 sized motor for it? Your help would be greatly appreciated.
If you want to race, then you are usually limited to 2s lipo, among the Castle motors the 1410 3800kv is the best for you. Is you can us 3s, then the 1415 2400kv is your friend. I would say that the 2200 is too much
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Originally Posted by dtr
If you want to race, then you are usually limited to 2s lipo, among the Castle motors the 1410 3800kv is the best for you. Is you can us 3s, then the 1415 2400kv is your friend. I would say that the 2200 is too much
Thanks for your reply, I am thinking of getting the 1410 3800kv but I'm keen to have a drive of my new sct and already have the two motors mentioned above. Will the 2200kv CC fit? Or is it too big? Will the little 540 sized 4800kv 2pole work or is it too small?
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Originally Posted by 3Q
Thanks for your reply, I am thinking of getting the 1410 3800kv but I'm keen to have a drive of my new sct and already have the two motors mentioned above. Will the 2200kv CC fit? Or is it too big? Will the little 540 sized 4800kv 2pole work or is it too small?
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I'm gonna recommend the Tenshock SC411 4600kv. Go for a sensored motor since you've got an esc that can handle it. I got mine from www.funshobby.com, quick shipping with EMS.

I'm not sure, but i would think you can run the 540 4800kv with very conservative gearing and strict control on temps.
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Originally Posted by gawith0413
Definitely wouldn't do anything less than 50C, you can ruin the motor/esc!
Yeah, no.
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Those Gen Ace 5000mah 40C batts with the timing turned up on my Novak system actually feel the best as far as punch and discharge in the quals. I have some 6000 60c batts that dont feel this good.
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Anyone know the rates of the silver , gold , and black springs ? All I can find id soft med and hard .
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Originally Posted by "Smiley"
Here is my Set-Up:

Front:
30wt, #3 Piston, Green Spring, Out on Tower and Arm for Shock Positions, Lower Camber Link Hole on Tower, Full Droop (Unscrew Shock Ends 2 Turns), 27mm RH, 7K Diff, Stock Sway Bar.

Center:
7K

Rear:
27.5wt, #4 Piston, Green Spring, Out on Tower and Arm for Shock Positions, Lower Camber Link Hole on Tower, Full Droop (Unscrew Shock Ends 2 Turns), 27mm RH, 3k Diff, Next Thicker Sway Bar from Stock (Forgot what size).

Using "BCE Chassis"

Castle MMP, Tekin 4600, 14T Pinion, Integy IP 6200 2S Batts, Easy 10 mins every time.

I use the Hot Bodies Megabite Tires 99% of the time. This is a very easy to drive setup that you can push hard. Give it a try.
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Im going to try your set up.

What camber link hole are you using on the rear hub?

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