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Old 02-10-2012, 07:29 AM
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Originally Posted by lowroad
Yeah, no.
I'm just saying for me I'm not going to use anything less than 50C, to be on the safe side. And yes I have seen a esc ruined by using too small of a current battery!

Next time you might try to give an explanation on your reasoning, (Yeah, no.) doesn't come across as you know any better.

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Old 02-10-2012, 07:40 AM
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jf45- I'm using the Outside Hole.
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Old 02-10-2012, 08:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Kuya_Kimo
Setting your travel/EPA on your transmitter should be the first thing you do.
They are at full travel as of yet. I had saw some posts way back in the thread where some people had said they were modifying the front C-Hubs and front axles to allow for more steering throw.
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Old 02-10-2012, 08:48 AM
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any of you viper guys wanna sell me the pro guage??
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Old 02-10-2012, 09:15 AM
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Originally Posted by FLHX1550
They are at full travel as of yet. I had saw some posts way back in the thread where some people had said they were modifying the front C-Hubs and front axles to allow for more steering throw.
I use an XP1015 and XP1313 (rebranded Ace) and always have to set it down.

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Old 02-10-2012, 09:17 AM
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Originally Posted by dmwilson09
Is a 2s 6000 mAh 30c lipo good for a MMP/Pro 4 4600 combo or is a higher c rating needed.
30c won't cut it.... you'll need atleast a 40c.

I run 2s 40c 5400 lipos and works great and I'm running that same combo of the MMP/4600.
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Old 02-10-2012, 09:39 AM
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Originally Posted by .AJ.
You wont go wrong with a Spektrum H6040 servo
Buy a glitch buster if you get a 6040, that's why Spektrum sells them! The AE1015 or ACE1015 is a great Servo for the truck too.
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Old 02-10-2012, 09:52 AM
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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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Both will fit, make sure you get a MOD1 pinion (you'll have to buy multiple ones if you want to try both motors as one is 5mm).

If you run 2s, the 2200 fill feel real sluggish and I would say to watch temps with the 4800 2 pole motor, our truck is real heavy.
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Old 02-10-2012, 10:42 AM
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looking for a cf short ackerman link. let me know if anyone has one they want to part with.
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wow took me an entire afternoon to catch up on this thread since last thursday. pretty excited to hear about the new steering posts, pins and shafts. haven't run my truck since thanksgiving week, i miss her so much.

just wanted to share this vid from last week's big race at my local track. our local TLR wheelman dominating the A main, awesome race.

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Smooth.


Originally Posted by Asharus
wow took me an entire afternoon to catch up on this thread since last thursday. pretty excited to hear about the new steering posts, pins and shafts. haven't run my truck since thanksgiving week, i miss her so much.

just wanted to share this vid from last week's big race at my local track. our local TLR wheelman dominating the A main, awesome race.

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Originally Posted by Briguy
Anyone know the rates of the silver , gold , and black springs ? All I can find id soft med and hard .
GOLD - Hard
BLACK - Medium
SILVER - Soft
No other info either.
I have these and go silver/back and black/front with 30W all around 1/4 rebound on a 1/8 track.
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Originally Posted by "Smiley"
jf45- I'm using the Outside Hole.
Thanks
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Is there any data how Losi has done compared to other SC cars like Asso SC10 or durango? Any results from biggest events?
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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
Originally Posted by LosiMadMan
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?
Anybody race that truck with grease in diffs?
Not too sure about going to fliuds...
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