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Nothing about it???
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Anyone ever tried the tenshock 4600kv sct401 motor? Just wondering what gearing would work for a med traction large outdoor track? Also how did the motor compare to the more expensive ones. Thanks in advance. Also Im using the Mip tuning kit so my truck is 8oz lighter then normal.
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Originally Posted by robertino59 View Post
I was thinking to buy the xtreme racing chassis.
It's the one that mix carbon and aluminium.

According to your opinion is carbon durable or can break very fastly???
And carbon chassis change the car??? Change the way to drive it???
I had the extreme chassis and didn't like it. Felt inconsistent. My opinion is too stiff front to rear and too flexible laterally. I also have the bump, bce and snr chassis and they all work great and are durable.
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Originally Posted by rcgod View Post
I had the extreme chassis and didn't like it. Felt inconsistent. My opinion is too stiff front to rear and too flexible laterally. I also have the bump, bce and snr chassis and they all work great and are durable.
Order of my preference..

1 - Bump (best one out there imo long bump brace is a must though)
2 - Kingheadz
3 - TLR
4 - BCE
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Originally Posted by robertino59 View Post
Nothing about it???
I run the kingheadz and like it.
Ran my buddy's bump seemed to have to much rear traction for me.
All are better than stock but I think it's more a personal preference.
I ran the snr once and really liked it to.
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Originally Posted by buchanan88 View Post
Anyone ever tried the tenshock 4600kv sct401 motor? Just wondering what gearing would work for a med traction large outdoor track? Also how did the motor compare to the more expensive ones. Thanks in advance. Also Im using the Mip tuning kit so my truck is 8oz lighter then normal.
That's the motor I run and it's fast as hell. My brother runs the 411, the sensored version, and it's also an awesome motor. I haven't run the more expensive motors in this truck so I can't really compare them to the tenshock. For a large track, 14-15t pinion and 40t spur should work just fine. When I ran outdoors over the summer, my scte had no problem clearing all the jumps on a 1/8th scale track. You will not be lacking power with this motor. My only complaint is that it's not the smoothest. The sensored version is a little smoother.
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Originally Posted by Gene158 View Post
That's the motor I run and it's fast as hell. My brother runs the 411, the sensored version, and it's also an awesome motor. I haven't run the more expensive motors in this truck so I can't really compare them to the tenshock. For a large track, 14-15t pinion and 40t spur should work just fine. When I ran outdoors over the summer, my scte had no problem clearing all the jumps on a 1/8th scale track. You will not be lacking power with this motor. My only complaint is that it's not the smoothest. The sensored version is a little smoother.
Runtime leaves a lot to be desired. Never made it over 8 mins with my sc401 4600. I'm running the hobbywing 4000Kv next season.
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Originally Posted by Rockthecatbox21 View Post
Runtime leaves a lot to be desired. Never made it over 8 mins with my sc401 4600. I'm running the hobbywing 4000Kv next season.
With my nanotech 6000mah batteries and kingheadz chassis, I easily get 10min of run time. That doesn't seem right that you can't even make 8 min. I would check for binding or something.
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Originally Posted by Gene158 View Post
With my nanotech 6000mah batteries and kingheadz chassis, I easily get 10min of run time. That doesn't seem right that you can't even make 8 min. I would check for binding or something.
No binding,(all new avid bearings). Recommended gearing (13 tooth pinion). And all smooth diffs. I was using the 6600 nano's and i still had runtime issues. Other than that it's a fantastic motor.
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Imo runtimes can't be compared between different drivers and tracks. Too many variables. If you only get 5 minutes runtime then there's an issue. If you're getting 20 minutes runtime you need to pull the trigger harder. Lol.
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Originally Posted by rcgod View Post
Imo runtimes can't be compared between different drivers and tracks. Too many variables. If you only get 5 minutes runtime then there's an issue. If you're getting 20 minutes runtime you need to pull the trigger harder. Lol.
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Originally Posted by dtr View Post
Can't you read, man? The diff cases are the same front, rear and center.
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They are all the same...never been any different diffs, just the out drives are different from front/rear to the center
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Anyone tried the pro-line toyota tundra body? How does it fits?
If not I'm going back to the stock body. The losi hi performance is not good because how thin it is (it broke exactly where I used the exacto blade for painting it)
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Does anyone make 2-3mm offset wheel hexs for the Losi scte?
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Originally Posted by rcracenut View Post
Does anyone make 2-3mm offset wheel hexs for the Losi scte?
You can use the sc10 4x4 3mm offset wheels.
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