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Old 10-24-2016, 08:08 AM   #3346
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I just Figure that out. AWESOME, TY, I already have a spare motor plate & case
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Old 10-24-2016, 08:31 AM   #3347
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Ohh, so if i change to the 3 gear tranny, im assuming the gear chart in the book is nolonger accurate for starting point??
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Gearing will stay the same for the most part.
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Ohh, so if i change to the 3 gear tranny, im assuming the gear chart in the book is nolonger accurate for starting point??
No changes in gearing between 3 or 4 gear.
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Old 10-24-2016, 08:42 AM   #3350
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Kool.. Wasnt Sure, Thanks..
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Old 10-24-2016, 09:13 AM   #3351
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Actually, the 4 gear tranny transfers more weight to the rear in acceleration and shifts more weight to the front when braking hard.

The 3 gear shifts weight forward on acceleration and has a less dramatic effect on the brakes. This makes the cars have more corner speed under acceleration and smoother on brakes.
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Old 10-25-2016, 04:02 AM   #3352
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Yes I've been running this for well over a year. Smooths the steering out a ton!
Can u shoot me a pick are u laying them down more or standing them up. Pretty sure you'd move the bottom out just want to be sure. Thank u
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Can u shoot me a pick are u laying them down more or standing them up. Pretty sure you'd move the bottom out just want to be sure. Thank u
You move the shock out.
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Got a new radio and switching stuff around, and cut out the cross brace behind the servo like Cav did can some of you post up a few pics of how your electronics are so I can look at some different options, on placement.
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Old 10-30-2016, 05:45 AM   #3355
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Question?? i wanted to get the aluminun rear hex's but when i look for them I see a bunch with different size, like 7 or 8.5mm, im assuming thats width as they are 12mm diameter i believe. Anyone know what would replace the stock hex's?
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Old 10-30-2016, 09:58 AM   #3356
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Question?? i wanted to get the aluminun rear hex's but when i look for them I see a bunch with different size, like 7 or 8.5mm, im assuming thats width as they are 12mm diameter i believe. Anyone know what would replace the stock hex's?
Yes its width. You want the 8.5mm to replace the stock hexes.
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THANK YOU !!!, why couldnt the part description just say that.. OMG, LOL
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Looking at buying either a T5M on here or somewhere or waiting for the new release? Any idea if that will be soon or go ahead with the T5M? My son has a B5M and I have a SC5M but that class (SC) has died here on a weekly basis. Only bigger shows anymore. Buddy has a TLR22 2.0 ST wants to sell but I really don't want to switch. Any advice?
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Looking at buying either a T5M on here or somewhere or waiting for the new release? Any idea if that will be soon or go ahead with the T5M? My son has a B5M and I have a SC5M but that class (SC) has died here on a weekly basis. Only bigger shows anymore. Buddy has a TLR22 2.0 ST wants to sell but I really don't want to switch. Any advice?
Makes sense to keep with the 5 platform For parts. I don't think anybody knows when a new stadium truck will be released. I say go for the t5m.
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