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Old 07-10-2009, 01:24 PM   #1
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Default F103LM opinions better or worse

hey guys,

im really new to electric side of things... but im trying to learn as much as i can ..

but i would like some info on what to better on the car for A. efficiency B. Speed a C Enjoyment..

my setup:
Tamiya F103 LM- Audi R8R body
radio- Futuba 2PK
ESC-Traxxas XL-1
Batt- Venom 3300 NIMH
Motor- Trinity CO27 Pro stock motor
Charger- Dynamite
Pinion- 17T
Spur Gear- im assuming its a 96T(the tamiya stock spur)
Tires-stock rubbers-soon foams if i can fighure out how to put them on rims
Added Mods- Rear Diffuser Type C

Can i add my 5 AAA reciver cell pack NIMH (for my nitro car) on this car to help not to drain the battery pack?

and heres some pics


inside w/ diffuser

Thanks for any suggestions...
Hpi R40 Hara w/ .12JLR
Hpi R40-rolling frame
Tamyia F103 LM -Ole school
soon a 1/8th on road
Duratrax Maximum ST Pro
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Old 07-10-2009, 06:55 PM   #2
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That's a real nice looking runner there. You can put a receiver I think but the difference is not that big. With the motor you're using, you'd hardly see the difference since you're only using one servo compared to the two a nitro car has.
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