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Old 11-20-2012, 10:06 AM
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hi.
i was thinking about buying one.

what batteries are you buying? i understand that the nano tech suck from the guys in my track. so what low cost batteries there are?

and what motor with how many T should i get?

sorry about my English. i not an English speaker...
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Old 11-20-2012, 10:31 AM
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I've had good performance and good racing success with Turnigy Nano-Techs myself. Excellent value.
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will thees Tires fit the 44.2:

team losi A-7364S
team losi A-7368S
team losi A-7281S

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Numedahl's setup sheet from the Spektrum Championship has been posted.

http://www.teamassociated.com/pdf/ca...l_Spektrum.pdf
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There is no gearing chart in the manual. I am looking to set one a 44.2 up with either a 17.5 or maybe a 13.5 until I can run consistently clean laps. Is there room for larger pinion gears? I'm using the attached final drive chart to try to calculate teeth. I'm using 2.5:1 for the transmission. Thanks!

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Check out promatch racing. Quality batts at good prices. They are on sale right now too
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Interesting that he put 10g on opposite side of the motor. Must of scaled the car or something and found out that it needed that much to even it out? Maybe help with quicker transitioning?
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Originally Posted by rigor View Post
I've had good performance and good racing success with Turnigy Nano-Techs myself. Excellent value.
thanks.
the track guys told me the performance are good for a small number of cycle.

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Check out promatch racing. Quality batts at good prices. They are on sale right now too
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and what about the motor?

ho, and is there a thread that have all the tips and tricks you should do to the car in the build and after?
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I always and only charge my batteries at 1C, and always properly storage charge then before leaving the track. They've been good to me. They are so inexpensive, never hurts to try and see them for yourself.

And this entire thread *is* the tips/tricks for before/after your build.
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hmm im thinking of buying some yellow wheels F/R and some JConcepts Bar Codes Buggy Tires (Blue Compound) F/R from amain but im unsure of what wheels and tires will fit the B44.2.

so is there an friendly soul out there that can put up some links to amain? so im 100% sure to get the right ones.

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Originally Posted by rigor View Post
I always and only charge my batteries at 1C, and always properly storage charge then before leaving the track. They've been good to me. They are so inexpensive, never hurts to try and see them for yourself.

And this entire thread *is* the tips/tricks for before/after your build.
thanks.
i know this thread is all about the .2 but all the building tips (as much as there are considering it is a new car) but i Thought maybe there is a thread that has all the tips concentrated. (i hope it is the right word for it...)
well i guess ill need to read some of the 1. thread to learn a little more.

and what is the 3/6 thing i saw about the diff?
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there is a nice thread called "how to properly build and break in a ball diff" its got some info for you probably.
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Originally Posted by dMITIj View Post
hmm im thinking of buying some yellow wheels F/R and some JConcepts Bar Codes Buggy Tires (Blue Compound) F/R from amain but im unsure of what wheels and tires will fit the B44.2.

so is there an friendly soul out there that can put up some links to amain? so im 100% sure to get the right ones.

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thanks.
i know this thread is all about the .2 but all the building tips (as much as there are considering it is a new car) but i Thought maybe there is a thread that has all the tips concentrated. (i hope it is the right word for it...)
well i guess ill need to read some of the 1. thread to learn a little more.

and what is the 3/6 thing i saw about the diff?
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there is a nice thread called "how to properly build and break in a ball diff" its got some info for you probably.

this is it:
http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...er-clutch.html
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Originally Posted by Dadaman View Post
For all you guys that are missing the undertrays, a local guy from my track, Bugle on these forums, made a mould up during the week and gave me the first one out. Fits like a glove.
Thanks Adam, the B44.2 undertray & those bumpers are now available on my website

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Originally Posted by dMITIj View Post
hmm im thinking of buying some yellow wheels F/R and some JConcepts Bar Codes Buggy Tires (Blue Compound) F/R from amain but im unsure of what wheels and tires will fit the B44.2.

so is there an friendly soul out there that can put up some links to amain? so im 100% sure to get the right ones.

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nay one?
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