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Old 01-29-2018, 05:55 PM
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The SC10 4x4 is quite durable, but then so are the other 4x4s. I did manage to destroy a shock tower on the SC10 4x4 once, nothing so far on the SCTE 3.0. Both have taken quite nasty tumbles. The SCTE is only 200g heavier than the SC10, not such a big deal. But the SC10 is a nimble platform, it should indeed do quite well on technical indoor tracks. The biggest downside with it was doing maintenance. I hate doing maintenance on any car, but that one was the worst I've had.

At any rate it's all about using what works for you, and certainly the SC10 4x4 isn't a bad car even today. If it was, it wouldn't have been winning championships back in the day. It has far more potential that I ever will
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Old 10-11-2019, 09:44 AM
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Does any one have a setup for a small tight clay dirt track with turns. Been out the game for awhile gonna go racing indoor tonight with the 4x4. I'm pretty sure my last outside large track setup is not good or my tire choice for that matter. But would like to get this as close as I can. Im gonna run the battery on the side for now lost my saddle packs somewhere got news one on order. This is 100% stock kit here. Thanks in advance. O average track time around the 18 second mark I guess.
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Old 10-14-2019, 01:52 PM
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not many setups out there, petitrc may be an option I see only 2 clay setups out there but they may give you a good starting point.
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Old 10-14-2019, 02:39 PM
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I went in there all over tha place on the track started to dial out most of the truck. Did not do anything great at all. first time indoors. So going from lose to tight high traction made for a very twitchy car lol. Al thought I did pick up 4 second of my on my averaged lap time from first quial to the main. But still of the fast guy lap time by about 6 or 7 seconds. Small track so I'm think I be looking for of power steering into the turn or exit. I see how it does since I drop to 10k and 7 k in the diff next outing in a week or so.
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Old 10-14-2019, 02:51 PM
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On the RC10.com web site they still have the setups from when they produced this truck (look under "Legacy Vehicles" on the cars & Trucks section. There should be a couple of indoor/clay setups there. As far as tires, try whatever tire the other makes/models of 4wd SC are running TODAY at your local track. Smallish, indoor, clay tracks are where the SC10 4x4 generally ran the most competitive, so you should be good to go with a "in the ball park" set-up.


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Old 10-19-2019, 09:43 AM
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I went looking though some of the site and this thread took a small refresher course I guess. So after being out of the hobbies for 5 years. I think I got a good idea of what need to change gonna have to do some testing when I can.
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Old 11-28-2019, 01:11 PM
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I need to know what the designation number is for the ae sc10 4x4 shaft drive
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Old 11-28-2019, 03:21 PM
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skipdg, you're talking about the ProLite, or ProSC 4x4. Correct?
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Old 11-28-2019, 05:54 PM
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That's where I'm running into a brick wall
I can't find any indication that any of those had a shaft drive
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The original sc10 4x4 was a belt drive. Ae (or no aftermarket kit im aware of) made a shaft convertion (not sure how a shaft could be fitted to the Ďdualí stealth transmissions on the sc10 4x4. The other (newer rtr) ae 4wd kits had a shaft drive
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Going to take my SC10 4x4 out for a couple of test laps tomorrow in preparation for the CRCRC Winter Midwest Electric Championship. Havenít driven it in about 4 years (Cactus Classic) but rebuilt the diff and shocks, and made sure everything was smooth. Also installed a new Hobbywing EZRUN MAX10 SCT 4000KV. Iím excited to see how it does at the Factory. By far my favorite RC car Iíve ever drove, so easy to setup and still very competitive. Sucks that SCT and 4x4 are dying. Be nice if Associated would come out with a new SCT 4x4 or ST 4x4. oh well, Iíll keep driving it till I canít find any parts.

For the post above, you can find plenty of setup sheets online if you type ďSC10 4x4 setupĒ. Than go to image (in googleĒ. Most time the link wonít work from the image, but you can still view the setup sheet. I personally like Kody Numedahiís. Works great on any indoor track Iíve been to, with small tweaks and the right tires.

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Old 12-23-2019, 09:32 AM
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Originally Posted by mhughesjr
Going to take my SC10 4x4 out for a couple of test laps tomorrow in preparation for the CRCRC Winter Midwest Electric Championship. Havenít driven it in about 4 years (Cactus Classic) but rebuilt the diff and shocks, and made sure everything was smooth. Also installed a new Hobbywing EZRUN MAX10 SCT 4000KV. Iím excited to see how it does at the Factory. By far my favorite RC car Iíve ever drove, so easy to setup and still very competitive. Sucks that SCT and 4x4 are dying. Be nice if Associated would come out with a new SCT 4x4 or ST 4x4. oh well, Iíll keep driving it till I canít find any parts.

For the post above, you can find plenty of setup sheets online if you type ďSC10 4x4 setupĒ. Than go to image (in googleĒ. Most time the link wonít work from the image, but you can still view the setup sheet. I personally like Kody Numedahiís. Works great on any indoor track Iíve been to, with small tweaks and the right tires.

just dont play bumper cars with those tekno or losi you will lose badly. The sc 4x4 will still out turn them all day long will at least the guy I race against. Once the ram me it all over.
I am gonna switch to losi or tekno next year I guessing. They will probably have a new version out from there 3.0. Nothing wrong with the sc4x4 but parts are slimmed down now.
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Does anyone in the USA have a steering bell crank part 91000 left over. I need the left side peice that connects to the servo

if not I will selling as a part car.
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I do. I have tons.
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So I was just messing around and wanted to have a project during the "great hunkering down". I decided to fix up my old SC and make it into a buggy. I have so much parts for this car. I got lucky and found someone who was just parting with their inventory. So I'm posting pics of this conversion after my 10 posts are up.
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