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Old 02-24-2020, 06:01 PM
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Itís a great car. Iíve also got the 3Racing one. And the BSR M-Rage. Havenít built the 3racing yet. Unfortunately M chassis hasnít caught on in the States. Tamiya seems to have that. And most havenít seemed interested in expanding the class.

We had a club starting that a few had interest. But the club hit a big snag. And itís future is unclear at best. The only current on road track is Tamiya only for M class.
Same here. We had a pretty good following in the mini class for a while, but it was tamiya only. I recently bought a m4pro and took it to our carpet track. Not many seemed interested and I really wasn't very hopeful that anyone would be interested in starting another new class. That said, mini and euro truck have both died here. I think 4wd m chassis would be fun. I put a 21.5 in mine and it's pretty darn quick. With a bit of tuning and practice I'd say it would be as fast or faster than my USGT car.
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Old 03-06-2020, 10:07 AM
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Hi,

I need a little help. My Xpress has a totally restless tail. I run on carpet
My setup:
front 5 mm
droop 4 mm
rear 5 mm
droop 4mm
rear camber 2 degree
oil front 450 cst
oil back 350 cst
front toe 0 degree
springs xpress blue
tires sweep 33
Some ideas?
Thx in advance

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Old 03-09-2020, 03:05 PM
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Try softening the rear anti roll bar slightly.
Do you have the rear stabiliser connectors on the right way round and try having them as far forward as possible.

This made my car much calmer.

There are quite a few set ups on the xpress UK rc page, but I canít post links.
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Old 03-14-2020, 05:52 PM
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I find them on the UK HP, thank you!
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Old 03-15-2020, 07:03 AM
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Originally Posted by dreckschleuder View Post
Hi,

I need a little help. My Xpress has a totally restless tail. I run on carpet
My setup:
front 5 mm
droop 4 mm
rear 5 mm
droop 4mm
rear camber 2 degree
oil front 450 cst
oil back 350 cst
front toe 0 degree
springs xpress blue
tires sweep 33
Some ideas?
Thx in advance

most setups us softer tyre on rear
so 33/24 would be good
also do u run a front diff if so try only with 60000-50000 cst oil
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Old 03-17-2020, 02:26 AM
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I am running a spool in front
Most drivers have built the car with a non- floating servo, does that really make a difference?
Floating is recommended in the building plan
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Old 05-16-2020, 07:31 PM
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Finally finished the car a year and a half later after buying it. It only took a global pandemic for me to finish it! (225mm wheelbase and LRP mid shorty battery)
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Old 05-17-2020, 05:55 AM
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Originally Posted by dreckschleuder View Post
Hi,

I need a little help. My Xpress has a totally restless tail. I run on carpet
My setup:
front 5 mm
droop 4 mm
rear 5 mm
droop 4mm
rear camber 2 degree
oil front 450 cst
oil back 350 cst
front toe 0 degree
springs xpress blue
tires sweep 33
Some ideas?
Thx in advance

also 7000 in rear diff slows rotation on rear

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Old 05-26-2020, 10:39 AM
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Finally finished the car a year and a half later after buying it. It only took a global pandemic for me to finish it! (225mm wheelbase and LRP mid shorty battery)
I wonder if any of the parts will work on the Top Sabre Mini...
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Finally finished the car a year and a half later after buying it. It only took a global pandemic for me to finish it! (225mm wheelbase and LRP mid shorty battery)

Dan,

which car is this? it looks pretty awesome, very similar to the full size TC. how does it handle compare to the full-size TC?
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Dan,

which car is this? it looks pretty awesome, very similar to the full size TC. how does it handle compare to the full-size TC?
The car is the title of this thread...lol

It has a Susumu 225mm wheelbase conversion. It is more twitchier to drive than full sized TC, but plenty quick on 25.5 power. They have a 239mm wheelbase conversion too that would probably be even more stable at higher power.
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Originally Posted by raytay112 View Post
Dan,

which car is this? it looks pretty awesome, very similar to the full size TC. how does it handle compare to the full-size TC?
Other then looking a little smaller. You would never know the difference from the M vs a standard sized TC.
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The car is the title of this thread...lol

It has a Susumu 225mm wheelbase conversion. It is more twitchier to drive than full sized TC, but plenty quick on 25.5 power. They have a 239mm wheelbase conversion too that would probably be even more stable at higher power.

ok...yeah that was pretty dumb, actually never heard of the brand before....hahah thanks for pointing it out!
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ok...yeah that was pretty dumb, actually never heard of the brand before....hahah thanks for pointing it out!

they been around since 2000 they had a competitive tc back then and a 4wd m chassis
they then can bk 2017ish with xq1 great car and Xm1/xm1s came out around 2018 (down sized xq1 )
last years cars were drift car , frontie Ft1 and new xq10
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