b4.1wc setup in stock buggy

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Old 05-04-2013, 04:40 PM
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hey guys...gonna join you in stock buggy,but i need a decent starting point for the b4.1...basically any advice you got,lol...shock setup,ride height,gearing,etc.

i dunno where to start...i already have a novak club kit esc and a hobby wing xtreme stock esc...i don't think the esc is gonna make a squat of diff in blinky mode?

i also have the novak ballistic 17.5 2200kv,a hobby wing ezrun 1900kv but no endball timing and an express motorsports rt beast 2300kv...i assume i'd be better off with either the ballistic of the beast?

what mah battery should i consider?

i only have some 5900 and 6600 that i run in my pro4...prolly a bit too heavy

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Shorty lipo 3800mah or higher for the battery. Gearing I would start at 30/72.
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does the lighter shorty pack make such a huge difference in the buggy,say a 75 gram difference in weight between said two batteries?

just trying to figure out whether or not it's worth picking up new batteries for the little buggy or not
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The shorty is a great balance tuining aid.
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yeah i went ahead and got a few

anyone got any more advice?
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Look online for a box stock setup. Put that setup on it and then adjust from there. Lighten up the shock oils a little tho. Also will Brinton is the guy that you wanna talk to, he's the b4 wizard around here
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yep i sent will a pm,so hopefully he throws a noob rook some pointers and thanks for the box setup advice...that's a good starting point for sure
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