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Old 10-29-2008, 01:15 PM   #1
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curious-anybody here like their tc5 better when running on lipos unbalanced (no weights added to the lipo side)?
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nope I tried it, even scooting the lipo, half off the chassis, I had to add 1.5oz of weight with the pack 1/3 off the chassis and the weight had to be on the outside. You have to counter balance that heave brushless motor or you will roll over on right hand turns
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