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Old 05-13-2010, 09:39 PM
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Questions?? e revo chassis

Hi im new here but have been in the hobby but just got in to brushless i have a slash 4x4 with a 2650 mm i love and a erevo but i want to upgrade the erevo chassis with somthing that will hold bigger lipos but i cant find anything out there and when i do there out of stock can any one point me in the write drection please thanks scott
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Kershaw Designs - E-Revo LCG Chassis V2.2 may be what you are looking for

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I have looked but cant find one in stock
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I have looked but cant find one in stock
i'm assuming u can get directly from their website
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its out of stock there. i know it look me a minute to find it but its right in the middle tward the top.
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Originally Posted by erevo00 View Post
I have looked but cant find one in stock
he has to build it...
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guy just sent me an email your write he does have to build it wish i would have known that sooner i could have had it already thanks for the help
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i dont know if i would like this design or not... has anyone tested it?
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i have the 1/6 scale version of this chassis..i got pics..but i cant post them yet.
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If you want bigger lipos to have more run time, one option you have is take the money you would spend on that chassis and get a couple more sets of nanotech lipos from Hobby King. Lipos that have the right dimensions to fit the stock chassis. Right now, the best chassis you can run on this truck is the stock one. Bigger lipos are heavier, the E-Revo was designed to run with lipos that fit in the battery compartments. The E-Revo is perfectly happy running around the ten pound mark, once you start running bigger, heavier lipos, your truck will weigh up to 1.5 pounds more and you'll start breaking stuff more often. It's your call.
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Originally Posted by mistercrash View Post
If you want bigger lipos to have more run time, one option you have is take the money you would spend on that chassis and get a couple more sets of nanotech lipos from Hobby King. Lipos that have the right dimensions to fit the stock chassis. Right now, the best chassis you can run on this truck is the stock one. Bigger lipos are heavier, the E-Revo was designed to run with lipos that fit in the battery compartments. The E-Revo is perfectly happy running around the ten pound mark, once you start running bigger, heavier lipos, your truck will weigh up to 1.5 pounds more and you'll start breaking stuff more often. It's your call.
your on here too mistercrash! lol crazy stuff....
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I've been here since 2002. I like to drop in the MT forums once in a while and read about members starting flame wars about their truck being better than this other truck. By the way, my ERBE is better than any truck in here
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Originally Posted by mistercrash View Post
I've been here since 2002. I like to drop in the MT forums once in a while and read about members starting flame wars about their truck being better than this other truck. By the way, my ERBE is better than any truck in here
lol! man bro....your something! i want to be like you when i grow up lol
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i purposefully stayed away from the ERBE for the longest time because i thought i couldn't get any pack to fit it.

Not only do 99% of all the packs i know of fit, the ERBE now comes with some hardware to expand the battery bays.

all you need to do is add the spacers in front of the doors and it gives you another quarter inch or so to use.





all my polyquest, turnigy, flightmax, blue lipo, and hyperion 2 and 3S 25-30C packs fit with no problems at all.

i'm not sure i'd trust the kershaw designs chassis. someone from the traxxas message boards got one and ended up bending it after very little bashing.
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LOL.... I run two 4500mAh 35c Zippy packs and my truck is crazy fast and runs long enough that its never been an issue. I never tried 6s yet. But I assume it would be hard on the truck. HobbyKing has 5800mAh lipos for $35! Thats a decent amount of capacity for such a low cost.
And for his products... I have a pinion thats holding up and the only other thing Ive ever bought was a "Revolver" brushless motor which is a cheap chinese brushless motor. But its fast! But what 2370kv 3674 on 4s wouldnt be.
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