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Old 11-24-2016, 01:44 PM   #61
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Hey OSRC,

I was wondering what parts did you use for the driveline on your RS4 electric conversion? I am currently in the middle of doing the same to mine and i am unsure of how to continue.
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Old 01-10-2019, 09:01 PM   #62
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What about the cc01 Pajero Rally car? Wonder if it would be good as a Dakar style car.

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Old 01-11-2019, 07:05 AM   #63
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Holy old thread! Weird that some of the Photobucket pics are still here, they deleted my account at some point.

Not bad. I've experimented with a "go fast" CC01. With the stock motor it's a bit tippy, but very driveable. The stock tires don't have much traction, but that comes in handy when going fast as a bit of slide keeps it from rolling.

I've run a 3800 brushless as well in the low ride Pajero. The super wide tires helped, but the steering couldn't keep up and it was barrel roll city anytime I tried to make a turn at speed on any surface that had grip.
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Old 01-13-2019, 04:27 PM   #64
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Holy old thread! Weird that some of the Photobucket pics are still here, they deleted my account at some point.



Not bad. I've experimented with a "go fast" CC01. With the stock motor it's a bit tippy, but very driveable. The stock tires don't have much traction, but that comes in handy when going fast as a bit of slide keeps it from rolling.



I've run a 3800 brushless as well in the low ride Pajero. The super wide tires helped, but the steering couldn't keep up and it was barrel roll city anytime I tried to make a turn at speed on any surface that had grip.
Sounds cool I wouldn't want it to go more than 'scale' fast anyway. I agree with the tires. If they're not too grippy and the ground being a bit loose.. sandy or whatever, it should look a bit realistic, Dakar style... I think.
I think that's the way to go with my cc01, because it doesn't have many other uses.

As a trail truck it cannot compare to newer models from other brands. If it could be easily geared down a lot, it would be more interesting.

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