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Old 09-06-2012, 12:28 PM
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Originally Posted by hacker07 View Post
He ran 2 hole 55 pistons. We used 22 pistons and just glued 2 holes of a 55 piston closed. He ran 32.5/blue up front and 30/orange in the rear.

What shock locations was he running? Anything major he switched up for the shock package?
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Old 09-06-2012, 12:38 PM
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Any feedback on the MIP Bypass shock pistons?.........
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Old 09-06-2012, 12:45 PM
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Originally Posted by LOSI123 View Post
thnaks,

Also what the difference with the smaller 120amp hobbywing xerun v2.1 esc and the SCT Xerun 120amp bigger one? Is the bigger looking one worth getting, the specs seem the same?
The v2.1 can do boost, timing and do up to 3S, a bit lighter and smaller.
The SCT-Pro can do up to 4S and is a bit heavier and bigger.

SCT-Pro is programmed through the fan port, so you don't need to remove your receiver cover to adjust it. The v2.1 is programmed at the receiver.

Both essentially function/perform the same in the Pro4 setup. However, if you think you might use it in a 1/8 scale vehicle, go with the SCT-Pro. If you might go to 2W or other 1/10 scale vehicles, or run 17.5 classes, then the v2.1 is the ESC for you.
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Old 09-06-2012, 12:59 PM
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Originally Posted by skrichter View Post
What shock locations was he running? Anything major he switched up for the shock package?
Everything else should have been the same as the newest "Dunford" setup.
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Old 09-06-2012, 01:26 PM
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You guys sold me on the Tenshock 4600. Ordered it earlier today, now time to play the waiting game! Thanks for all the help.

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Old 09-06-2012, 01:49 PM
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Originally Posted by TimMo846 View Post
You guys sold me on the Tenshock 4600. Ordered it earlier today, not time to play the waiting game! Thanks for all the help.
Post some action-videos when you get it!
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Old 09-06-2012, 02:40 PM
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Originally Posted by ferrarieeeee View Post
I'd prefer something 60C+
+1...i had 40C from gens ace and they got pretty warm so i jumped to 65c 6600 nanotechs and love them so far and the pack slightly gets warm but nothing like my GA that ended up puffing also
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Originally Posted by Pygmy View Post
Post some action-videos when you get it!
Will do when ever it actually gets here. LOL. I hate playing the waiting game with shipping!!!!!!!!!
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Originally Posted by kevinpratt823 View Post
Any feedback on the MIP Bypass shock pistons?.........
Will be running them soon. I have blue in now, but moving them into the TLR Shocks I don't know what color to run.
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Old 09-06-2012, 05:13 PM
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Originally Posted by RC*PHREAK View Post
Just keep in mind this whole "3S is more efficient than 2S" thing is only if they're geared for the same speed. If geared for the same temps (say 170), the 3S will be faster and efficiency will be comparable.
Thanks to all for the answers - very helpful for me to consider.
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Last time on the track, I noticed my front tires wore out MUCH faster than the rears. Is this a diff oil issue? Right now I have 5k-F, 5k-C, 3k-R and am not running a front sway bar. Something tells me if I put 7k in the center, they won't wear out as fast.
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Originally Posted by thegame7 View Post
Last time on the track, I noticed my front tires wore out MUCH faster than the rears. Is this a diff oil issue? Right now I have 5k-F, 5k-C, 3k-R and am not running a front sway bar. Something tells me if I put 7k in the center, they won't wear out as fast.
I had the same tire issues running 5-5-3 and changed to 5-7-3 and it seems to have corrected the wear problem.
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Originally Posted by kevinpratt823 View Post
Any feedback on the MIP Bypass shock pistons?.........
I've got one race day on them. So far so good. Its really nice to be able to adjust the compression and rebound independently. I would recommend them so far.
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does anybody know what size screws are used that hold the motor mount slider onto the motor ? Only a couple of threads seem to be screwing into the motor with the screws I have. I run the new Kingheadz motor mount it didn't seem to be an issue with the stock motor mount or maybe I just didn't notice
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