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Old 06-28-2012, 08:35 AM
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Originally Posted by Integra View Post
100% Incorrect. Myself being in Canada, Allows it a Strait shot from HK to Vancouver BC, Canada... then Directly to me. So NO actually its not a couple month affair. If you had ordered from them in the past or Cared to look into their shipping records(Multiple threads on RcTech) You would realize that Shipping form HK is anything but Slow. Shipping from the US warehouse up to Canada Only incurs More $$ in Taxes and Duties. So We order Directly from HongKong when possible.
Well i live in the u.s.a and everytime of my 10 orders from the china warehouse has at least taken a month for them to reach my house. I would rather order from the country i live in.
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Old 06-28-2012, 08:38 AM
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I didnt see the Jconcept hazard rims on the list......


Also, i odered from HK and paid for the fast delivery and goth them in less than a week, which is faster than my most previous order from amain......
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Originally Posted by symmetricon View Post
I didnt see the Jconcept hazard rims on the list......
I don't have any of those yet, but I'll post a new list if I can find some available.
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Originally Posted by symmetricon View Post
I didnt see the Jconcept hazard rims on the list......


Also, i odered from HK and paid for the fast delivery and goth them in less than a week, which is faster than my most previous order from amain......
I didn't pay for fast shipping. Just usps.
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Old 06-28-2012, 08:43 AM
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Originally Posted by JRL 13 View Post
I had a castle 1410 in my Jammin SCRT and loved it! Lots of torque and stayed cool. When I bought my SCTE to replace the Jammin it came with a tekin 4600. The 4600 was fast but was missing he grunt the SCRT had w/ the castle, so I traded it for a tekin 4000. Was def disappointed in the torque/speed of the 4000 and it didnt run any cooler than the 4600 so I bought the revtech 4800 12 pole motor. HOLY CRAP!!! that motor is unreal! Has the torque the castle 1410 had and the speed the tekin 4600...love it! Ran the truck on a local carpet track earlier this week and the truck was pulling wheelies at the top of the straight!!! Only thing is, i need to keep an eye on the motor temps because it still runs kinda warm. Still need to play around with the gearing and esc controls though.
You were at the LITH HT with a Silver/color changining painted SCTE on Monday night right ? I was wondering what you had in it when I saw it wheelie Looked like you were running 3s or something .

I was the guy with the blue and black Monster Energy themed truck that ran right before they closed . BTW that Mustang sounded EVIL when you left !
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Old 06-28-2012, 08:59 AM
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For those of you running the HW4000, how do you have it geared?

Any timing on the ESC?
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Old 06-28-2012, 09:21 AM
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Originally Posted by Chris Gierse View Post
For those of you running the HW4000, how do you have it geared?

Any timing on the ESC?
15t blinky
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Old 06-28-2012, 09:53 AM
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what does the blinky mean and is that for a certain esc?
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Originally Posted by BashemSmashem View Post
You were at the LITH HT with a Silver/color changining painted SCTE on Monday night right ? I was wondering what you had in it when I saw it wheelie Looked like you were running 3s or something .
Yep, that was me. Thats a good way to describe the revtech motor...it feels like it is running on 3S. I was just running on some nanotech 6600 2S though. I probably should of put the tekin 4000 in for my first time on the carpet with it though. The revtech got me into trouble real quick! way over jumped the supercross jump...almost ended landed in the parking lot...haha.

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BTW that Mustang sounded EVIL when you left !
Thanks! that thing is my baby
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Do the stock sway bars need to be changed?
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i think some of the guys go with no front and then stiff in the rear..."i believe"
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Originally Posted by TCCustoms View Post
i think some of the guys go with no front and then stiff in the rear..."i believe"
Yes for med-high bite tight tracks that is the ticket for more turn in.
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Old 06-28-2012, 10:18 AM
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Hey Losi SCTE Guys we will have another new batch available first of the week.
We are also supplying a lot more of the local Hobby/ Track stores
So give them a try first, if you don't see, ask them to contact us, we will get them going..
Thank you to all of our current racers, and for your support, we are now celebrating our
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Old 06-28-2012, 10:53 AM
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Originally Posted by TCCustoms View Post
what does the blinky mean and is that for a certain esc?
Just means no timing advance or boost or c.h.e.a.t (or whatever your esc might call it) is added by the esc.

It is usually used in stock racing with stock motors (usually 17.5) where any timing changes are done mechanically be adjusting the timing on the motor only. Called blinky because when this form of racing came about, some esc's will have a blinking light that tells everyone that no timing is being added by the esc.
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I'm working on a friends truck that has the Castle Mamba Max Pro SCT with the 1415 motor. Can anyone give me an idea of where to start with the pinion size?

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