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Old 11-27-2011, 08:45 PM   #1
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Default What is the fastest brushless setup for a RC12L

Hello every one i just got a vintage RC12L AE.Been in the hobby for some time now.I have a few nitro's and bought this for a fun project.So of u must know where im going with this.And yep your right.Im lookin for a 100mph setup for this thing So any info and knowledge will be much appreciated.

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Old 11-27-2011, 11:52 PM   #2
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I'd like to see pictures of the pieces of kit you can find after that 100mph attempt with a 12th scale.
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I can't really help but, you should put it on a shelf somewhere. I'm sure theres not to many of those 12Ls left.
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I can't really help but, you should put it on a shelf somewhere. I'm sure theres not to many of those 12Ls left.
RC12L are a dime a dozen,though its not a great car for speed runs. A RC10L would be better at speed run.
It wouldnt need a brushless and you could run capped tires,something that is a must have at high speeds.
A RC10L with a few lipos straped in would get my vote for a speed run.

You might want to ty it after the RC12L explodes.just like RedBullFiXX said.
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Old 11-28-2011, 06:16 PM   #5
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If it blows it blows I think i got to for see it my self!Really can't wait to try this tho even if it does explode,then i will go rc10L.So what area of brushed combos or brushless combo's do u guy's think i would need to start at to acheive this.Money really is not a prob on this build seeing i have most of what i need lying around.And when i reached, it im going to sell on e-bay as 100mph car and see what it will go for
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