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Old 06-10-2012, 04:26 AM
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The cen doesn't run 90 out of the box, pretty much nothing runs 90 out of the box, it's all marketing.


Well the X01 will. But anywho....
We're in the Nitro section of the forum...

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whats a cheap gps or whatever to find out the speed? Then i could find out for sure how fast the Cen ctr 5.0 v2 is when gets here in about a week... [img][/img]
Look on ebay for garmin forerunners... I use 201's

It's the perfect size
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Old 06-10-2012, 10:51 AM
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I got that one from eBay and it is being shipped back tomorrow. The thing does not take a charge and it turned on long enough to find out it was dead. I had to open a case because the guy wouldn't take it back since it was on in th picture. Looking closer at the picture you can see that it was about to die on him too. I hate people like that. The cars have just sat since stripping the spur but I am going to mess around with one today.
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Old 06-11-2012, 06:54 AM
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Alright thanks i've read hours of pages on this "nasty 1/10" and i missed the gps part higher up on this page lol, thanks tho

I'm looking at foams and whats 35 or 40 shore? hard/soft? im new to foam....

whats a good width? 26mm, 30mm, 40mm, 44mm rcmarket.com.hk has alot

Cen ctr 5.0 v2w/.30 engine on way, currently bidding on garmin gps...
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Old 06-11-2012, 10:12 AM
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The lower the number the softer the tire will be. It is the color scale that throws me off yet. Tire width all depends on what you want to do with the car. I would go with a narrower tire if you are trying for top speed. It is all a learning curve to figure out what works best for your application.
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Old 06-15-2012, 07:18 AM
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Old 06-15-2012, 07:26 AM
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Cen CTR 5.0 v2 .30 engine carbonfiber upper deck and shock towers 2 speed belt drive/cvd's
redcat or exceed rally/shortcourse truck.18vx 2 speed all aluminum (up top)
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Old 06-15-2012, 07:31 AM
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I know alot of you guys are Cen haters andshoot i even wore my rubber boots just in case it gets deep in herebut you should check thiscar out.

$297 to my door rtr... thats cheaper than some engines ive seen


I ended up with the garmin forerunner 101off my local craiglistits an older model buttakes regular alkalinebatts.Itsworks welli tested it on the way home, its accurate.

next isto find out if the CEN ctr 5.0v2will do 90+ mphout of the box, or maybe crash it trying.
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Old 06-23-2012, 10:17 AM
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Just put the big daddy rb modded nova in the rs4-3, along with a custom cut & welded short manifold with a novarossi 9886 pipe, fits the car like a glove! I don't have to run the pipe up high now over the gas tank
this should be fun!

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Old 06-25-2012, 11:44 PM
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cool, looks like it came that way..


Broke my spur gear on the Ctr before i got it leaned out. I'm running on smooth concrete gets tons of grip on the slicks.
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Latest mod for my CMB RS101 car. 6mm pitch chain from the layshaft to the axle. This should be stronger than the belts



I'll be running it at the UK Speed Champs on 22-23 Sept
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I have a Fusion 21 and want to set it up for drag.I'm gonna put a Murnan  M21 in it so i need to know what upgrades will i need for the transmission and diffs.Thanks in advance for any help
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Hey guys if you are looking for some 40mm wide tires that will fit on your NTC-3 CD-3 andV1RRR check out this link www.rc-direct.co.uk check under tires for 220mm. Kamikaze hobbies does not carry 40mm tires anymore.
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If anyone is interested I have tons of extra parts for of a cd3's and hpi racer 2's. So if you got one sitting around with a few parts broke or worn let me know. The cd3 collection is just plain crazy. I have 3 new whole cars with one completely aluminum and enough parts to make another new pro version. The racer 2 collection isn't as plentiful but I do have some rare parts. Also the cvds from the cd3 work great on the front of a hpi racer2.
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Do you guys know if the pinion gears off of Team Associated NTC3 fit into the clutchbell of an HPI rs4-3? And will the gears mesh correctly?
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Do you guys know if the pinion gears off of Team Associated NTC3 fit into the clutchbell of an HPI rs4-3? And will the gears mesh correctly?

Nope, and no. The threads on the bell are not the same, and the ntc3 uses mod 0.8 pitch while hpi uses mod 1.

How many teeth are you looking for, I got big gears
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Old 12-01-2012, 05:45 PM
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Thanks Miami.
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Ive got a 10 yr old Megatech Razor here, it does run and I know the original owner, he says it only has a quart of fuel thru it. Anyways he had I replaced servos and upgraded the radio it does run. The downfall is that the rear diff was not shimmed properly so the pinion wore out. Will we swapped the front to the rear and now its RWD. I was thinking of putting the RS4 evo diffs in it to make it AWD again. The crazy part is I want to drop one of my modded picco 28's in it. from the looks of it the stock motor mounts will work with the picco and the motor will fit nice and perfect! I do however need to make a new chassis as this one is to thin even for the stock motor.

Basically I need new tires, make a new chassis, and mod RS4 evo diffs to fit.

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Old 12-29-2012, 02:18 PM
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Well the megatech motor mount wont work, installed on the motor it sits to far back, So i decided to use the savage motor mount. Just need to widen the holes to allow me to set the mesh. So far so good. Keep in mind I will be making a new chassis for it as the old one is being used as a template.

Still up in the air right now, but I might just buy some RS4 bulks and a arms and use them instead of the mega tech stuff. Kind of a hybrid chassis.




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Old 12-29-2012, 02:53 PM
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What's a good servo to use for throttle and steering? I just burned out my throttle by a electrical short. My steering is really slow. Then to test my throttle servo I caused the short to see if it was good and I burned out my receiver. All items were pricey, each servo was $40 and receiver was $30
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I use the Flysky FS-GT3B radio and rx, as far as servos... on road stuff is new to me, I would imagine you wouldnt need alot of torque. I would run a metal gear servo. My car has the Hitec 645mg for steering and a cheap futaba 3306 throttle brake servo.

Radio- $40
Servos- $40

If i had to put a new throttle servo in I would use the hpi sf-10
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I am partial to Jr servos. They come with a 3yr warrenty too so that's a bonus. I have had mine in my truck for about 5 yrs now and the steering is starting to get a little twitchy now. I use the digital spot ones they are 35 each but worth it. Futaba are nice as well. I use the same for both and do recommend to have a goose throttle and brake servo. The cheaper ones seem to fade from not having enough torque when the brakes get hot.
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Got the car up and runnin, I started filming right after I fired it up. The car has literally sat for 10years so the fuel tank filter is a little gummed up. Oh well Im just glad it runs lol. I havent had a chace to actually drive it, but I might wait until I can fab up a new chassis.

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Try flipping the pipe and header over the car on the left side, see how that looks and works out.
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I need to find my Savage X header than the pipe can actually sit lower. I think this beast will haul [>:]
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I used the savage .25 header on my big block in the RS4, I had it cut and welded though.
Alternatively you can put front A arms in the rear and it will have plenty of room for the savage header.
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