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Old 11-29-2009, 09:00 PM   #1
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Default Just picked one up!

Hey,
Well, As the title reads I just picked up a micro crawler! Here are some of my plans for it:
Add 1oz of bbs to each front tire
Relocate the battery to the rear axle
Relocate the esc to on top of the servo
Droop stock shocks (untill I get some micro t oil shocks)
200mah (or so) hyperion lipo (5C CHARGE RATE FTW)
Slam the body as low as I can make it go without chopping it up crazy style
ummm, thats it
I have a few questions though.

What are the BEST micro t shocks that will work good and will not leak much oil?

Does the lipo cutoff work good on the stock esc? I know alot of people are scared to use it.

How much runtime are you getting with a setup similar to mine?

Thanks,
Oh, Whenever parts come out this thing I will have rear steer too
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Old 11-29-2009, 09:13 PM   #2
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Hey,
Well, As the title reads I just picked up a micro crawler! Here are some of my plans for it:
Add 1oz of bbs to each front tire
Relocate the battery to the rear axle
Relocate the esc to on top of the servo
Droop stock shocks (untill I get some micro t oil shocks)
200mah (or so) hyperion lipo (5C CHARGE RATE FTW)
Slam the body as low as I can make it go without chopping it up crazy style
ummm, thats it
I have a few questions though.

What are the BEST micro t shocks that will work good and will not leak much oil?

Does the lipo cutoff work good on the stock esc? I know alot of people are scared to use it.

How much runtime are you getting with a setup similar to mine?

Thanks,
Oh, Whenever parts come out this thing I will have rear steer too
get 2 sets of hot raceing rear shocks for the micro-t, personally, id just wait till they make aftermarket ones for the mcrc, go to ace hardware, or lowes, or any hardware store and try to find a softer spring that will fit in the shock, cut it to the length of the stock spring and do that for all 4 shocks that should be good
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