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Old 11-15-2012, 02:40 PM
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Originally Posted by joedeman1969 View Post
Im in for that, if im going to change to mid motor we might as well add the gear diff too since we really don't run on big outdoor dirt tracks. I hate doing the surgery.

Anyone respond to the captured links question? I assume you guys must not be breaking other parts due the change.
I've only been running it with the captured ends for about two weeks but they've been great. I can tell you I am by no means a great driver at all and they've taken my abuse and nothing else has broken thus far. Currently i only run them on the steering links because i havent had problems popping any of the other cups. Heres a video of one of the two tracks i run at. U'll see a step down jump that goes straight into a turn. Because of that u often land a little sideways and with the wheels already turned. This is exactly the thpe of turn that was popping cups on me all the time. Even much smaller jumps were doing it if my wheels were even slightly turned. I say give it a try. To me its the best mod I've done for reliability sake, this and the ae diff rebuild kit. It's a pretty bullet proof truck and a darned good racer!
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Old 11-15-2012, 02:48 PM
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What a great track. I love those west coast style jumps. Wish they'd catch on more over here in the east. Most folks are still building "dirt ramp" style jumps here.
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Old 11-15-2012, 08:08 PM
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Originally Posted by Grandturk View Post
What a great track. I love those west coast style jumps. Wish they'd catch on more over here in the east. Most folks are still building "dirt ramp" style jumps here.
Yeah man, we're really lucky to have 2 world class indoor clay tracks within 15 minutes of each other and a bunch of other decent tracks all within an hour of each other. RC Heaven
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Old 11-15-2012, 08:14 PM
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ok i need a power driver for rc work got a good one. this kit is hard on the bolts
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Old 11-15-2012, 08:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Grandturk View Post
What a great track. I love those west coast style jumps. Wish they'd catch on more over here in the east. Most folks are still building "dirt ramp" style jumps here.
Agreed... Love the smaller tracks that flow so much better.
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Old 11-15-2012, 09:27 PM
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Lookit Scotty gitten it done in that video!
Truck looks good dude!
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Old 11-15-2012, 10:20 PM
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Truck looks great Scott, are you running any of the TLR driver's setup?

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Originally Posted by ScottKelly911 View Post
I've only been running it with the captured ends for about two weeks but they've been great. I can tell you I am by no means a great driver at all and they've taken my abuse and nothing else has broken thus far. Currently i only run them on the steering links because i havent had problems popping any of the other cups. Heres a video of one of the two tracks i run at. U'll see a step down jump that goes straight into a turn. Because of that u often land a little sideways and with the wheels already turned. This is exactly the thpe of turn that was popping cups on me all the time. Even much smaller jumps were doing it if my wheels were even slightly turned. I say give it a try. To me its the best mod I've done for reliability sake, this and the ae diff rebuild kit. It's a pretty bullet proof truck and a darned good racer!
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Sway Bar Kits & 30 Degree Metal Kick Plate Ordered.

Lets bring this truck to life!!!!
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How many run the transmission raised? Just curious to see what kind of a difference this makes.
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How many run the transmission raised? Just curious to see what kind of a difference this makes.
I do this on all my cars. It is more stable on corner exit with this mod.
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Old 11-16-2012, 05:10 PM
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How can I get more steering out of my SC? I have a Savox 1257 servo, I guess I'm looking for more rotation in the corner.
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move the front shocks out a hole or two on the top. if i am correct, it will give you more initial turn in.
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Originally Posted by LosiRacer163 View Post
How can I get more steering out of my SC? I have a Savox 1257 servo, I guess I'm looking for more rotation in the corner.
What setup are you running?

I run kit caster and the same servo. Green front springs and 27.5 wt oil. No sway bars and I have plenty of steering. I also have my EPA steering at 125%
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very stoked, I am getting my 22sct monday to match my 22 buggy
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very stoked, I am getting my 22sct monday to match my 22 buggy
now all you need is a 22t to match them!
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