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Old 04-04-2016, 12:51 PM   #1
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I want to use one of the tekno electric vehicles as a rally car. Right now I have a traxxas rally with buggy tires and an 8th scale system in it running 3s. I chose the tekno vehicles because I have heard they handle we'll and they can take a beating. I also want to use the mechanical brakes and set them as a handbrake. Should I start with an sct410 or an eb48?
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I want to use one of the tekno electric vehicles as a rally car. Right now I have a traxxas rally with buggy tires and an 8th scale system in it running 3s. I chose the tekno vehicles because I have heard they handle we'll and they can take a beating. I also want to use the mechanical brakes and set them as a handbrake. Should I start with an sct410 or an eb48?
SCT410. The EB48 will be too wide to fit well under the rally bodies.
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