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Old 03-17-2011, 11:45 PM   #121
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oh and great work on trimming them down...
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Old 03-20-2011, 05:54 PM   #122
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Default 2250 t8, 22v Fun destruction!

finally got this back together, Wired, and well lets say Kicking It! check the vid. gotta build up the rear axle now. I totally broke my panhard bar in a huge wild flip before i turned the video camera on, so it wasnt steering very well. but i still wanted to get some video i could slow down. new weight 10.458 lbs.

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Holy Crap. 22v and 2250kv looks fun.

What battery are you using ?
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Old 03-20-2011, 09:29 PM   #124
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Holy Crap. 22v and 2250kv looks fun.

What battery are you using ?
two thunder power 2250mah pro power 30c dont know how long they will last, I keep breaking things but it is quite fast.
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Old 03-21-2011, 04:32 AM   #125
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two thunder power 2250mah pro power 30c dont know how long they will last, I keep breaking things but it is quite fast.

that is a beast!!!
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Old 03-23-2011, 11:51 PM   #126
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Did you fix everything you broke ?



Still bad B.A.M.F. rig.
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Old 03-24-2011, 12:03 AM   #127
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it keeps eating bec's. dont have a clue why.the bec is only powering the steering servo. im going to get a caslte pro bec but until then im just going to hook the servo up direct to the receiver. im in awe at just how fas it is. the video doesnt do it justice. every time ive been able to drive it ive not had much for steering, due to first a busted panhard and the the bec's, two of them, dead. but today on the asphalt i carried a thirty foot wheely at about mach ten. Ive really got to get the "thinker" parts cut and a chromoly chassis built cause when this thing tumbles its tearing the chassis up. Drivetrain has not been an issue though so thats cool.
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it keeps eating bec's. don't have a clue why.the bec is only powering the steering servo. I'm going to get a castle pro bec but until then im just going to hook the servo up direct to the receiver. im in awe at just how fas it is. the video doesnt do it justice. every time ive been able to drive it ive not had much for steering, due to first a busted panhard and the the bec's, two of them, dead. but today on the asphalt i carried a thirty foot wheely at about mach ten. Ive really got to get the "thinker" parts cut and a chromoly chassis built cause when this thing tumbles its tearing the chassis up. Drivetrain has not been an issue though so thats cool.
What esc are you using ? What do you have the bec's set to ?
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What esc are you using ? What do you have the bec's set to ?
rx8, 6v
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It gotta be the way you have it wired up.
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It gotta be the way you have it wired up.

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Old 03-24-2011, 02:11 PM   #132
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dare i ask why ?
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dare i ask why ?
im wondering that myself about now...
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Can you post up a diagram of how you have your truck wired ?

Your axle shaft.... twisted and shock loaded =
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Ouch man! That's some hard running there. Good work.
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Old 04-05-2011, 09:30 PM   #136
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oh wow i was just noticing how the rear frame structure has gotten bent to where its touching the rear axle. eek going to have to fix some cracks and reinforce some spots.
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Did you get your rig fixed yet ?

25 days before scale nats.
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yeah, rig has been fixed since about three days after i tore up all that stuff. ive been waiting to post up in the TTC voting thread cause The too much thinking parts are supposed to be cut tomorrow afternoon..... so i have a chance to get that up before voting starts saturday. Woot Are you going to nats??
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yeah, rig has been fixed since about three days after i tore up all that stuff. ive been waiting to post up in the TTC voting thread cause The too much thinking parts are supposed to be cut tomorrow afternoon..... so i have a chance to get that up before voting starts saturday. Woot Are you going to nats??
Sounds like you have alot work head of you.

I wish I was going. Didn't work out.
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