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Old 08-30-2013, 09:01 AM   #16
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I drove on 4S for about 40-50 packs before my diffs broke.
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Old 09-06-2013, 07:23 PM   #17
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Fast enough to destroy your diffs very quickly.
Losi lst diff and rear chassis brace..works well
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Losi lst diff and rear chassis brace..works well
Got any part numbers the Losi lst diff and chassis brace?
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Wow!!! I love this thing!!! I just converted it from brushed to brushless but purchased the 2650kv motor thinking it had more power...
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so why do you need to shim your diffs? there made to handle 6s
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so why do you need to shim your diffs? there made to handle 6s
Clearly you've never tried 6s and no they are not made to handle 6s.
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I have...haven't had any issues. what shim kits are you using
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Clearly you've never tried 6s and no they are not made to handle 6s.
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Oh I'm not using any. I got to drive my e-revo like 3 times.
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I mean im geared down I don't drive balls out with stock gearing
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