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Old 01-13-2012, 06:52 PM
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Where can i get the Losi 810 conversion kit? What brand is it? Thanks.-
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you will need these part numbers to do the conversion

Losi Motor Mount w/Adapter: TEN-SCTE LOSB2413
Losi Batt Strap (2): TEN-SCTE LOSB2416
Losi Top Brace: TEN-SCTE LOSB2412
Losi Radio Tray w/Switch Cvr Blnk & Rx Cvr: TEN-SCTE LOSB2359
Losi 40T Spur Gear, Mod 1: TEN-SCTE LOSB3436
Losi Batt Tray w/Stop Tab, Foam Pad & Screws: TEN-SCTE LOSB2415

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ok thanks,i thought they made a kit that you could buy instead of everything seperate.....?
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ok thanks,i thought they made a kit that you could buy instead of everything seperate.....?
the route hes showing is the inexpensive route, the rc-monster kit cost about 100$ the route hes showing will only cost you about 75$ + and there are all losi parts.....

thanks for posting up the parts list darryl80, just ordered my parts....

will try out the build in a week or so...
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The Fastest- if your looking for a kit this is the kit to use from this site you may want to go with the elite RC motor mount
810 conversion kit http://www.rc-monster.com/proddetail.php?prod=rcm10tkit

elite rc mount (ERC-TENX) http://elitercd.com/index.php?option...d=62&Itemid=29
(this is just an alternative mount the rc-monster kit comes with one) this mount is just like the losi one with one screw to remove the motor makes it easier to work on the car

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thanks alot for the links,what motor and ESC do you reccomend for the 810?I was thinking a Tekin Redline,......



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thanks alot for the links,what motor and ESC do you reccomend for the 810?I was thinking a Tekin Redline,......



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i run mine on a castle 1415 with a 3 cell lipo and i keep up with full size 1/8 scales with 4 cells.
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thanks alot for the links,what motor and ESC do you reccomend for the 810?I was thinking a Tekin Redline,......



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here is the setup I run in my converted 810 and I love it

BTW tell him Ron sent you, Mike is a great guy to deal with

http://www.ckhobby.com/shop/?control...product_id=388

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i know yall are running other brands but with everyone i have seen at my local track running Tekin,what do yall think about Tekin??
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i know yall are running other brands but with everyone i have seen at my local track running Tekin,what do yall think about Tekin??
you could run the RX8 and the 2650kv buggy motor on 3S and that would also be a good option, just more expensive. this lightweight buggy doesn't need a 4 cell battery. it really should be run on a 3 cell.
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you could run the RX8 and the 2650kv buggy motor on 3S and that would also be a good option, just more expensive. this lightweight buggy doesn't need a 4 cell battery. it really should be run on a 3 cell.
How much more expensive?
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Tekin is good stuff but pricey

if this is going to be track driven it should be run on 2s , I can keep up with 1/8 scale buggies with my combo on 2s

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Would this or an rc8be be better to race?
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Would this or an rc8be be better to race?
I race mine in 1/8 and it is very competitive

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you have any video of it?
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