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Old 09-29-2011, 01:51 PM   #21
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A 13t Crawlmaster is much different then a 13t Cobalt. The Crawlmaster motors are a 5 slot are instead of a traditional 3 slot arm. So this motor will be close to the equivalent of a 27t traditional handwound, only MUCH smoother down low.

good to know. someone like me woulda thought i could just plop a 13t right in my 2.2 and go.

all that down low control is always a good thing.
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good to know. someone like me woulda thought i could just plop a 13t right in my 2.2 and go.

all that down low control is always a good thing.
Throwing in a regular 13 turn would likely just result in a big cloud of grayish blue very smelly smoke...
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Throwing in a regular 13 turn would likely just result in a big cloud of grayish blue very smelly smoke...

agreed, no way i would be able to gear it even close to correctly for the rpms of that motor.
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Old 09-29-2011, 02:05 PM   #24
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Like I said this morning...can't wait to see this beast!
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Old 09-29-2011, 02:06 PM   #25
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Is it done yet??? lololol
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When the wraith first came out I thought that the axles would be really cool for a sportsman rig. I'm glad you got started with one and I'll be looking forward to checking it out in Disney.
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Like I said this morning...can't wait to see this beast!
It's going to have to be a quick one, not a bunch of time to think about it!
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Is it done yet??? lololol
You going to throw one together for the event?
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When the wraith first came out I thought that the axles would be really cool for a sportsman rig. I'm glad you got started with one and I'll be looking forward to checking it out in Disney.
I thought the same thing, this will be a good start I think. I have really enjoyed the sportsman class in the past, this should help spark that again.
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Old 09-29-2011, 02:49 PM   #30
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You can click on any picture in this thread and it will link you to the part and where to get it.
I may be doing this wrong...but I don't think you can do that now that RCC lets you click on an image to view it fullsize. When I click on the images in Google Chrome or IE it simply opens the image in a popup within the current screen.
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I may be doing this wrong...but I don't think you can do that now that RCC lets you click on an image to view it fullsize. When I click on the images in Google Chrome or IE it simply opens the image in a popup within the current screen.
You know what, I forgot about that! Eff....

I'll post the links.
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Old 09-29-2011, 03:25 PM   #32
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I thought the same thing, this will be a good start I think. I have really enjoyed the sportsman class in the past, this should help spark that again.

Well isn't that a beotch...I start kick'n arse this year, and now you build this.
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Well isn't that a beotch...I start kick'n arse this year, and now you build this.
Haha, awe you know you want the competition!
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Old 09-29-2011, 04:19 PM   #34
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You know that in most competitive circles if you are a sponsored driver you are not allowed to compete in a sportsman class.... I'm just sayin'
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where do I sign up for this sportsman class?
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Old 09-29-2011, 04:29 PM   #36
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Yeah the "Sportsman" denotation could maybe be a little off. Call it a Shafty class then And let's also not confuse my sponsorships to have anything to do with driving skill! We all know I'm a hack at that!

Well there is our good 'ol local club that you can come play along with. I'm sure you'd be super excited for a vacation to Missouri...
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And let's also not confuse my sponsorships to have anything to do with driving skill! We all know I'm a hack at that!

I can vouch for that!
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You going to throw one together for the event?

Am still recovering from vegas

But the wraith build will be up soon.
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Hows the width with those wheels?
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