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Old 01-04-2017, 04:33 PM
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RECIEVED THE TRUGGY LAST NIGHT. WILL BEGIN BUILD THIS WEEKEND. THANKS TO BILLY T AND NEMO USA.
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Looks like mine has just arrive in Bermuda.. Thanks again Billy...
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Finished my build. Will paint body this week and test run saturday.
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Hi All,

I've got an A8T truggy here. Ideally I'd love to get the new A215T.

Those people who have the new truggy, do you think a lot of the up-dated parts from the A215T will fit the A8T?
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There are so many updated parts. I just do see it being a good idea to update the A8t, financially wise. I haven't ran mine yet so can't say anything on he doing improvements. On the a8t I just converted mine and updated the steering system.
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Originally Posted by Bigdawgracer View Post
Hi All,

I've got an A8T truggy here. Ideally I'd love to get the new A215T.

Those people who have the new truggy, do you think a lot of the up-dated parts from the A215T will fit the A8T?
The number of parts that individually cross over is very small, for example.

To run the new DBS Diffs you will need the new longer wishbones because of the increased width. Along with the wishbones the new chassis plate because of the increased length in the DBS centre diff.

I wouldn't consider it to be cost effective to convert it.
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Old 01-12-2017, 10:30 AM
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Thanks for the replies,
Does anyone know if there is a brushless conversion available yet for the A215T?
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Finished my build. Will paint body this week and test run saturday.
I'm proud of your efforts with the Agama label you've been working hard to get one of them spot on. Choose your motors and tuned pipes carefully and you will be splendid.
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Originally Posted by Bigdawgracer View Post
Thanks for the replies,
Does anyone know if there is a brushless conversion available yet for the A215T?
Yes there's an Electric conversion (24002-23) thru Nemo Racing USA
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Originally Posted by Keith B View Post
I'm proud of your efforts with the Agama label you've been working hard to get one of them spot on. Choose your motors and tuned pipes carefully and you will be splendid.
Thanks. I'm still trying to make the a8e a competitive buggy, but having run the 215, makes it hard to still run the A8. I will be upgrading to a215e.
As far as motors, I am considering going back to the bullit. Reds has been sensitive to fuel. I've had best experience with bullit.
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Hi All,

Does anyone have a good starting point regarding diff and shock oils on the A215T?

Running on a combination dirt/ block paving/ astro track in the cool UK!

It's electric converted if that makes a difference.

Thanks in advance for the help.
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[QUOTE=Bigdawgracer;14805364]Hi All,

Does anyone have a good starting point regarding diff and shock oils on the A215T?

Running on a combination dirt/ block paving/ astro track in the cool UK!

It's electric converted if that makes a difference.

Thanks in advance for the help.[/QUOTE

Sounds like a fun track. post some pics if don't mind.
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Originally Posted by Bigdawgracer View Post
Hi All,

Does anyone have a good starting point regarding diff and shock oils on the A215T?

Running on a combination dirt/ block paving/ astro track in the cool UK!

It's electric converted if that makes a difference.

Thanks in advance for the help.[/QUOTE

Sounds like a fun track. post some pics if don't mind.
Hi,
Take a look at;-

www.hnmc.co.uk

One of biggest (and best) 1/8 tracks here in the UK!
Could do with the Vegas weather though!

Any more info re. oils for the A215T?
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If I'm not mistaken the setup sheet in back of manual or even build process steps from the manual is based on UK drivers and tracks.

Maybe Mark Rumble might be able to help point in right direction.
I know guys in the US are running 20-10-5, 15-5-5 and even 10-7-4
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