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Old 05-19-2019, 05:48 PM   #1
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After many years of being in and out of the hobby I think its time to finally dust this thing off for good and really put it to use. I might even take this thing apart and go a completely different route...



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95% of peeps here now probably donít know what a Pimp Cane is. 🤣
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Old 05-20-2019, 10:27 AM   #4
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Dang, been a while since I've seen a pimp cane!
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Right now im trying to switch it over from the dx6i setup to the dx5r pro. Im having way to many issues trying to set it up though
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I would say... try and find a mt4 if you want to go with a new'ish radio. Its the easiest radio to set up imho.

Get this pimp cane back on the rocks! It would definitely make a good sunday funday rig.
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I would say... try and find a mt4 if you want to go with a new'ish radio. Its the easiest radio to set up imho.

Get this pimp cane back on the rocks! It would definitely make a good sunday funday rig.
I already have the dx5r pro. I have all the settings figured out now. Problem now is when I went to bind the receiver and set it all up my battery smoked. So now im looking into what battery(s) I want to order. To many options now. lol I need something under 100mm long thatll give me pretty good run time. Im thinking about getting (2) of the Gens Ace 3s 1800mah. thats cutting the mah in half from what i was running. (losi 3300mah 2s)

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the 3s 1800 might give you a longer run time than the 2s 3300. just remember to adjust the gearing.
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the 3s 1800 might give you a longer run time than the 2s 3300. just remember to adjust the gearing.
Ya my axles are geared way to low. Itís all torque with next to no wheel speed.
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