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    VIDEO of your RC truggy in action


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    RE: VIDEO of your RC truggy in action

    Wow, looks fast! How do you mean "modified"?
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    RE: VIDEO of your RC truggy in action


    ORIGINAL: EXT2Rob

    Wow, looks fast! How do you mean "modified"?

    Ummm…Larger Pinion, smaller spur gear, all aluminium brackets are home made to fit 4274SD Sensored Motor & XERUN 150A-SD ESC , all axles and differentials pre drilled deeper to make sure the allen screws will never come loose again., monster truck tires, front and rear bumpers…I always run it for an hour without any issues...nothing big.












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    RE: VIDEO of your RC truggy in action

    Sweet! Nice Paint job too. BTW, what video editing software are you using? I'd like to be able to put together some video footage, have cut-n-paste editing capability, etc. My buddy an I have a great time racing around our off-road race course we laid out on my property and would like to get some good video.
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    RE: VIDEO of your RC truggy in action


    ORIGINAL: EXT2Rob

    Sweet! Nice Paint job too. BTW, what video editing software are you using? I'd like to be able to put together some video footage, have cut-n-paste editing capability, etc. My buddy an I have a great time racing around our off-road race course we laid out on my property and would like to get some good video.
    thanks...no software, my 11 year son used his cheap camera and I uploaded to youtube and once uploaded it asked if I want to edit and I click YES and that was it...as far as paint i bought it painted of off ebay for 22$ shipped.
    looking forward to seeing your RC truggy on here.


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    RE: VIDEO of your RC truggy in action

    cmon, does anyone have a video to post?

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    RE: VIDEO of your RC truggy in action

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1egTGCtZgxE
    Its not that good, I got another 25 sec one that was part of that test too, but its pretty dull... I stopped doing videos after that for the most part cause I cracked it up due to using one hand to film, and one to steer, and do throttle, and was paying more attention to trying to keep it in frame than where I was driving.
    That hit ripped the ENTIRE front bumper mount out from under the diff believe it or not. I was actually extremely shocked the screws or diff itself didn't break.
    Think I've driven that one like 3-4 times since I made it. I dunno I just seem to like the 1/10th and under scene a bit more cause around me there are more places to drive them due to size.
    With great speed comes greater repair bills.
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    RE: VIDEO of your RC truggy in action

    Was that the 80A esc? What Kv motor?
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    RE: VIDEO of your RC truggy in action


    ORIGINAL: FahrtAutoRC

    Was that the 80A esc? What Kv motor?*
    that looks like the 150A ESC going off the shiny blue.
    The 80s to my knowledge that HW made are all black
    With great speed comes greater repair bills.
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