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Old 04-08-2017, 07:10 PM
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I like this.. the electric 1/10 market screams for good looking cars like this. Electrics can be changed later.. it does not really matter when having two or more racing together outdoors. Like the shaft drive.
Yep, if it gets more people involved in on-road then well done. Local class here even run their own TT01/TT02 stock class.

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Welp, bit the bullet and talked to the owner of an area hobby shop, gonna give me a call when they get their first order of them in. Didn't even ask about price either, I just want one. Thinking about ditching the GT body right off the bat for a Proline J71 Javelin body, don't care much for the GT and I've been wanting to get one of those J71's for a while now.
Amain have them on their site for $289.99 RTR w/7cell NIMH (no charger though)
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Got the call saying mine is in, just got to go and pick it up....which will likely be Saturday afternoon.
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Mine should arrive today.
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I would love to know if it can accommodate the right ratios for 25.5 motors in VTA racing.
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I would love to know if it can accommodate the right ratios for 25.5 motors in VTA racing.
I'm picking mine up in about an hour. What info are you looking for? I haven't looked into VTA class closely. Thought chance it might get added to group I'm racing with.
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I'm picking mine up in about an hour. What info are you looking for? I haven't looked into VTA class closely. Thought chance it might get added to group I'm racing with.
Essentially , what is the largest pinion and smallest spur it can take?

FDR of anywhere from 3.60 to 4.10.

Id love to know!!
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Essentially , what is the largest pinion and smallest spur it can take?

FDR of anywhere from 3.60 to 4.10.

Id love to know!!
Ok. I know there are 11 possible pinion options with the new mount. Spur gear option not sure yet. It's spur divided by pinion time internal drive if I remember right. I haven't seen a listing for internal drive ratio. How would I get that

Edit. Stock overall ratio is 9.49. Did find that.

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Old 05-11-2017, 10:01 AM
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Just a quick look at it this morning. Over night rain wiped out running this morning

https://youtu.be/mTG3a2YgIBU
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Congrats! It's a really nice car!
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I've always had an aversion to Traxxas vehicles. Yet that body is sweet looking.

I'd buy that body if it was offered not painted and w/o holes -and if I could use for USGT class.
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https://youtu.be/TDgtB0UQWBI

Video shot at our tack. Great video!
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Originally Posted by Billy Kelly View Post
Ok. I know there are 11 possible pinion options with the new mount. Spur gear option not sure yet. It's spur divided by pinion time internal drive if I remember right. I haven't seen a listing for internal drive ratio. How would I get that

Edit. Stock overall ratio is 9.49. Did find that.

What pinion and spur did it come with?
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What pinion and spur did it come with?
Not sure yet. I'll look in morning.
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