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Old 06-01-2011, 03:52 PM   #1
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i have an ofna jl10e and gt2e that i love..lovelovelove..
jl is just so easy to tune and parts are cheap..i run 35sh foam 30mmrear and 26 fnt and it just handles so well on any surface..
only real downside is the stearing is alittle sloppy..but can be tuned or hoped up..{wifes hair rubberband thing..lol}
i have had the hpi flux,tc4 and others and love the ofna the best..even great for drifting..{the shafted one..not the belt..ik just dont like belted anymore}
the gt2-e is just a beast..no other way to say it..i had the dm1 1/7 and this out handles it


what do you guys think?
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Old 06-02-2011, 03:42 AM   #2
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i have an ofna jl10e and gt2e that i love..lovelovelove..
jl is just so easy to tune and parts are cheap..i run 35sh foam 30mmrear and 26 fnt and it just handles so well on any surface..
only real downside is the stearing is alittle sloppy..but can be tuned or hoped up..{wifes hair rubberband thing..lol}
i have had the hpi flux,tc4 and others and love the ofna the best..even great for drifting..{the shafted one..not the belt..ik just dont like belted anymore}
the gt2-e is just a beast..no other way to say it..i had the dm1 1/7 and this out handles it


what do you guys think?
It looks like a solid car

Would the associated tc3/tc4 steering parts be of any use?

Might take some time and effort getting holes drilled in the chassis to modify it though.
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Old 06-02-2011, 01:18 PM   #3
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If the slop is comming from the steering bell-cranks. Inspect the bushings.
If they are worn replace them with bearings.
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