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Old 12-11-2005, 03:28 PM
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Hi everyone i am new to the forum i want to share some photos of
my HPI Savage. it has many many many mods the wildest mod it the
Engine it is a Thunder Tiger Pro 70BX High Performance. has a 3speed transmission. the truck was
just finished today. have Airtronics Radio as soon as some of this snow is gone i will give it the first run i will post more updates after i run it
I will post some more pics later..
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Old 12-11-2005, 04:33 PM
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Nice. To bad it's a Chevy though. haha
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oops those tires are some real diff,dogbone crackers!

hope you have fun,but don't jump her to much with such tires far to heavy for the drivetrian imho!

are you heavy basher??

when you bash this car hard you're gonna get some broken stuff for sure!

arms,shocks,they all faling with extreme bashing!

besides that if your not heavy basher,nice job just don't like the purple and all the alu!

sorry just my 2 cents!
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Old 12-12-2005, 01:51 PM
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Few more pictures i also changed the tires the Servo didnt like them Jumbo
Kong tires any1 give any suggestions on some real strong stearing servo
i have the hitec HS-645MG right now but i want a something stronger
any help please ??
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Wow those are some big tire in the first pics. I like it with the smaller tires in the last pic.
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94359Z ERG-VX High Torque Alum. Heatsink Servo

look at this site for more info

www.airtronics.net and click the servos
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Jr 8611 Digital servo has over 260oz of torque at 6v. That will make the turn those tires left and right.
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That's an amazing truck.
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Hey wyd thanks for the headsup on the jr 8611 i made a few phone calls
to a local shop and he is going to order me 1 he said something about a
9000z i looked that 1 up and they are prety much the same thing and a
$100.00 more anyway thanks.


Azonixmaestro : Thanks for the compliment on my truck.
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Old 12-13-2005, 04:27 PM
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Originally Posted by BONESTOCK
Nice. To bad it's a Chevy though. haha
well if it was a ford it would break down
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LOL.

Yeah... those tires are freakin huge, but yeah good job!
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Hitec 5995 servo 330oz torque and titanium gears
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I am going to go with this servo right here !!

HS-5995TG Titanium Gear Programmable Digital Servo. This is meant for high-performance applications such as robotics. It offers a transit time of 0.12s and a torque of 416.61 oz-in @6V (0.15s and 33.29 oz
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Originally Posted by RC_tech_101
well if it was a ford it would break down

That's the whole fun in them though.....fixin them up.
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Originally Posted by Marks324
I am going to go with this servo right here !!

HS-5995TG Titanium Gear Programmable Digital Servo. This is meant for high-performance applications such as robotics. It offers a transit time of 0.12s and a torque of 416.61 oz-in @6V (0.15s and 33.29 oz
great stufff!!
pls visit Horatio Savage thread! , click the last page for the latest update.

and when u have money...savage can be too much for u
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