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Old 03-15-2014, 12:25 AM   #81
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Pics? I may do this Sunday. I was thinking a 15t would be pretty good, keep us posted on that 18t tho!
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Old 03-15-2014, 03:28 AM   #82
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Any smaller than 15t would require more extensive work on the motorplate,- I think

18t after the mod equals about 30t with stock LNC......
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love in one of your vids you pick the losi up and walk ten feet with it then set it down to run next spot. only us losi guys can understand why we do that. how are your shocks setup, piston spring and shock oil? and do you like it?
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Old 03-15-2014, 10:39 AM   #84
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Hey,

I'm also running the JENS mod, it is pretty amazing
Thanks to JENS for showing
I'm running a 19t pinion... I found that it is nice
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Old 03-15-2014, 01:11 PM   #85
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"Shocks


Traxxas Bog bores – 4” - #2662


Rod end cap mod -


Front: 4.5”


Rear: 4.75” - externally limited 12mm – Fuel tubing


Losi mini T springs (front – Pink; rear – Red)


Hacked up (sensing a theme here) Traxxas spring cups


35 wt oil – front and rear. May go thicker, but it is running awful good."

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Old 03-15-2014, 04:23 PM   #86
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"Shocks


Traxxas Bog bores – 4” - #2662


Rod end cap mod -


Front: 4.5”


Rear: 4.75” - externally limited 12mm – Fuel tubing


Losi mini T springs (front – Pink; rear – Red)


Hacked up (sensing a theme here) Traxxas spring cups


35 wt oil – front and rear. May go thicker, but it is running awful good."

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There have been a few changes since then.
Silver (soft) in the rear
35wt oil front
60wt rear

Piston and all is stock.

Well it ran great today. I think that I may have to drop a few teeth on the pinion. The motor got barely warm, but lacked a little low end. I could comp it like that, but would like a little more grunt. It was very, very smooth. But I got to say the top end is astonishing. If an 18T pinion is comparable to a 30, I can see why. But it definitely did not lack the bottom end like I was running a 30 pinion on the stock tranny.

I'm impressed!
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Old 03-18-2014, 11:20 AM   #87
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love in one of your vids you pick the losi up and walk ten feet with it then set it down to run next spot. only us losi guys can understand why we do that.
The more I read this, the more it makes me smile.

I guess the LCC conditioning has gotten the best of me, because I do the same thing with my Berg.
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Old 03-18-2014, 11:25 AM   #88
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The more I read this, the more it makes me smile.



I guess the LCC conditioning has gotten the best of me, because I do the same thing with my Berg.

I haven't drivin another crawler other than my lnc. I do this as well. I'm building an moa interested to see if i carry that everywhere too haha
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I haven't drivin another crawler other than my lnc. I do this as well. I'm building an moa interested to see if i carry that everywhere too haha
You won't be able to pick up that pig.
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Hey Dentonmac,

could you post a pic of your decased MMP, pls?


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Hey Dentonmac,

could you post a pic of your decased MMP, pls?


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Say it with a cherry on top and I guarantee he will.
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Old 04-24-2014, 08:21 PM   #92
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What...no cherry? Man you guys are rough!

Well I got pix for you anyways. Not good pix but there is a lot going on. I have a comparison shot of the cased MMP (ET-3s), decased MMP, Tekin RS, Tekin FXR. And a pix of a cased MMP next to the decased one.





There is a pretty drastic size difference. If you decase the MMP be sure to shrink wrap it or cover the bottom somehow. I didn't (stupid, I know) and blew it. Totally my fault.

You could take the heat sink off the top, but I couldn't muster the cojanas to try it.

Let me know if this is what you are wanting to see.

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You could take the heat sink off the top, but I couldn't muster the cojanas to try it.

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I did this once. Once. Once. Oh yeah, once.........fail..........

It made really crazy noises after and some nifty smoke show though!
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What...no cherry? Man you guys are rough!

Well I got pix for you anyways. Not good pix but there is a lot going on. I have a comparison shot of the cased MMP (ET-3s), decased MMP, Tekin RS, Tekin FXR. And a pix of a cased MMP next to the decased one.





There is a pretty drastic size difference. If you decase the MMP be sure to shrink wrap it or cover the bottom somehow. I didn't (stupid, I know) and blew it. Totally my fault.

You could take the heat sink off the top, but I couldn't muster the cojanas to try it.

Let me know if this is what you are wanting to see.
Thanks :thumbup:
That is what I wanted to see
I hope this is same with a MMP 1cell

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