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Old 07-13-2019, 09:31 PM   #1
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Well after a neighbor (Iíve never met) a few houses delivered my boxes with over $600 in items to me, itís time for another build. Damn USPS. Bodie and bumpers are still in question. Any input would be greatly appreciated. Pics help too.



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Old 07-13-2019, 09:38 PM   #2
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It's gonna be fun!
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Old 07-13-2019, 09:48 PM   #3
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Thatís a nice neighbor to have!

Canít wait to see more!


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Old 07-13-2019, 09:51 PM   #4
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Thatís a nice neighbor to have!

Canít wait to see more!


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Ha yep. I would have done the same for them, after I built it if course;)


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Progress. Digging the ďhardĒ plastic. Wasnít sure if it was worth it, but glad I went with them.


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Progress. Digging the ďhardĒ plastic. Wasnít sure if it was worth it, but glad I went with them.


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Put your stock front batt box mount out back as a brace, looking fine!!


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Old 07-13-2019, 10:04 PM   #7
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Put your stock front batt box mount out back as a brace, looking fine!!


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Oh hey great idea!! Consider it done. Question in regards to overdrive. I understand what it does, and the benefits. But not how it works exactly. Are the gear ratios shown here referencing transmission gears, or spur and pinion gears?


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Copy that thanks.


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If you look at the tranny, one set of stacked gears run the front and the other stack drives the rear. So when your changing the set of gears in just one stack your changing the ratio to the front only to over drive it. Hope all that makes sense!!!
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Old 07-13-2019, 10:29 PM   #11
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If yo look at the tranny, one set of stacked gears run the front and the other stack drives the rear. So when your changing the set of gears in just one stack your changing the ratio to the front only to over drive it. Hope all that makes sense!!!

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Ah yes that does break it down to where I can understand it. Havenít gotten to the tranny yet, but am I correct that it didnít come with anything but the ďstockĒ ratio gears? Also, if one was to choose the ratio for the best performance for low and slow rock crawling, which ratio is best?


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It comes with the 2 overdrive options, they dont include the 1:1 gear. In my opinion more overdrive is better for crawling, so the 11% gearing.
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It comes with the 2 overdrive options, they dont include the 1:1 gear. In my opinion more overdrive is better for crawling, so the 11% gearing.


Sweet thanks, thatís what Iím going with then


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It comes with the 2 overdrive options, they dont include the 1:1 gear. In my opinion more overdrive is better for crawling, so the 11% gearing.


A couple more questions for you. Do the spur and pinion gears effect overdrive ratios at all? Instructions note using a 18t pinion gear. In trying to accomplish low and slow crawling, would you recommend going ahead and sticking with a 18t, or would a 17t or 16t or even lower tooth count be what Iíd want to do?


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A couple more questions for you. Do the spur and pinion gears effect overdrive ratios at all? Instructions note using a 18t pinion gear.
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The Spur/Pinion gear can't affect an overdrive. The pinion/spur gear send torque to a transfer case (center diff) that then sends torque to both the front and rear diffs that distributes to the wheels. An overdrive is done either in the transfer case (center differential) and/or in either or both the front and rear diffs.
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The Spur/Pinion gear can't affect an overdrive. The pinion/spur gear send torque to a transfer case (center diff) that then sends torque to both the front and rear diffs that distributes to the wheels. An overdrive is done either in the transfer case (center differential) and/or in either or both the front and rear diffs.


Ah copy that thanks. Pinion gear recommendation?


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Ah copy that thanks. Pinion gear recommendation?
18t is stock with 16t(1850kv) on 2s

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What motor(kv) and battery using?


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What motor(kv) and battery using?


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HH 13t 540 crawlmaster. 2s lipo


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Thats what Iím going to run, Im going to start with a 17 (as I have 16,17,19,20)
Wheelspeed will be my key, might not have enough with a 17


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Lol, is it me or is this the biggest receiver box ever. Well picked up the 66í Ford Bronco. So going with an 11.8Ē WB. Hoping itís a good look for the Enduro. Front bumper ideas? I do like the bumper shown in the pic there, not sure which brand/model it is though. Also in the pic showing the rear thereís no bumper. That due to how high the body is going to sit? I would like a rear bumper but not sure if thereís one that has an option to have it raised high enough to meet the back of the body.


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