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Old 09-03-2012, 04:36 PM
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Originally Posted by goehm View Post
They're all 2.43:1 internal gear ratio for standard (rear) configuration. Though, I don't know if you convert to a mid-motor if that changes the ratio (since you add another idler gear).
iam gooing with mid motor
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Old 09-03-2012, 04:38 PM
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Mine is finally done,can not wait to take it for spin.



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Originally Posted by goehm View Post
They're all 2.43:1 internal gear ratio for standard (rear) configuration. Though, I don't know if you convert to a mid-motor if that changes the ratio (since you add another idler gear).
It's the same. The 2 idler gears are 1:1

Keep in mind the roll-out is different because the SC tire is larger than the buggy/truck tire.
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22 and 22sct together. I build and bought my second 22 buggy yesterday and haven't had a chance to drive it yet. I wasn't a huge fan of the first one, I'm hoping it goes better this time around.
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Originally Posted by B00t13g View Post
22 and 22sct together. I build and bought my second 22 buggy yesterday and haven't had a chance to drive it yet. I wasn't a huge fan of the first one, I'm hoping it goes better this time around.
You need to check the camber on that buggy, looks a bit much!
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Originally Posted by MX943 View Post
Mine is finally done,can not wait to take it for spin.



how did you paint that carbon fiber on the front? or is that just a sticker?
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Old 09-03-2012, 06:32 PM
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Originally Posted by thecman26 View Post
You need to check the camber on that buggy, looks a bit much!
Lol ya I know. It hasn't been adjusted yet. I built all of the links to the kit measurements which are not correct for where I have my links positioned. I still need to grab another receiver and transponder for it and another servo. I'm putting a ko rsx one 10 in the buggy and an rsx response or power to replace the savox 1258 that's in it.
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Originally Posted by elecRC23 View Post
how did you paint that carbon fiber on the front? or is that just a sticker?
I bet most of that is a wrap, but it looks great though!
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Originally Posted by B00t13g View Post
Lol ya I know. It hasn't been adjusted yet. I built all of the links to the kit measurements which are not correct for where I have my links positioned. I still need to grab another receiver and transponder for it and another servo. I'm putting a ko rsx one 10 in the buggy and an rsx response or power to replace the savox 1258 that's in it.
I was just messin with ya, we have all been there, wanna snap a pic before it gets dirty!
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my truck came out of the box broke it in parts lol
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Originally Posted by MX943 View Post
Mine is finally done,can not wait to take it for spin.



Excellent looking body my friend! You will love driving this thing, IMHO its better than any other 2WD SC I've driven
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Stopped by Hobby Town today and picked up new bearings for the trans, and new idler gears. Ran it though two packs and it held up. Switched to rear motor afterwards just too try it out. Both set ups work really well. I have the battery forward with a little weight under the closed battery strap towards the front. Handles really well!
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Originally Posted by Exeter Hobbies View Post
Excellent looking body my friend! You will love driving this thing, IMHO its better than any other 2WD SC I've driven
As good as if not better than the ultima sc-r and a hell of a lot more durable!!
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Originally Posted by B00t13g View Post
As good as if not better than the ultima sc-r and a hell of a lot more durable!!
And don't forget waaaaay cheaper on the parts..
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And don't forget waaaaay cheaper on the parts..
Kyosho isn't as expensive as you think. It may be more expensive, but the parts are of higher quality. With that said, I'm not sad about my choice of the 22 sct or picking up a 22 buggy again. They are great cars with a little bit of work.
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