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Old 12-04-2008, 04:17 PM   #1
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should i have my mom get me a Hitec 7955tg or some Mayhem wheels?
my servo right now is a hitec 645mg
my wheels right now are stock
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should i have my mom get me a Hitec 7955tg or some Mayhem wheels?
my servo right now is a hitec 645mg
my wheels right now are stock
help!
JR 8711!!!! 403 oz .Stock wheels are ok if you get your weights right. You can always get some new colored bead locks to freshin them up.
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Old 12-04-2008, 04:25 PM   #3
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do you run that?
how much is it?
and that thing is going to impact my run time alot right?
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[quote=Mr.Cool;1457574]should i have my mom get me a Hitec 7955tg or some Mayhem wheels?
my servo right now is a hitec 645mg
my wheels right now are stock
help![/quote

Go with the better steering servo the mayhems are awesome but the servo will be better now, get the mayhems later.


Or ask her to get you the servo and me anouther set of mayhems
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alright thanks
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also, ive seen some wheels that sre solid plastic, are they made of delrin or something, how are those
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also, Ive seen some wheels that sre solid plastic, are they made of delrin or something, how are those

Most I've seen are solid delrin I like the weight of aluminum
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We have solid aluminum versions for the AX-10, with a total weight of 7.1 oz. per wheel (without tire mounted). I THINK the solid Delrin versions were around 4.5 - 5 oz each.

http://www.crawfordperformanceengine...hp?cPath=23_57
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Old 12-04-2008, 06:05 PM   #9
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i think im guna get the wheels because they are more expensive, so my mom will pay for them. then i will have to pay less for a servo
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and that thing is going to impact my run time alot right?
They are about 120... But well worth it i run one on my ax 10 and you cant hardly keep the wheels from turning. I almost cut my finger off playing with it.(trying to keep it from turning). Run time the same as when I had a tower pro. Running mine off the built in bec on a rooster crawler esc because all the cc becs i tried burned out.
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im just guna get the 7955tg its only $90 and it has plenty of torqe
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im just guna get the 7955tg its only $90 and it has plenty of torqe
Ok but dont say I told you so...... Just kidding.Never enough torque imo.
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