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    RE: Redcat Racing Tornado Thread


    ORIGINAL: S.R.G.

    Also, to replace the entire thing - what part number is it? 06034 or 02076?
    02076 is for the redcat car. Smaller gears for more top-end. The 06034 is for the buggy little bigger for torque.

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    RE: Redcat Racing Tornado Thread

    redcat need to make diamond clutches and spur gears. lol
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    RE: Redcat Racing Tornado Thread

    too bad the gears on the 1/8 buggy wouldn't swap. Haven't had to change it yet.

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    RE: Redcat Racing Tornado Thread

    1/8th buggy huh... hmmm gots an idea lol..
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    RE: Redcat Racing Tornado Thread

    and they need to make auto meshes. lol
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    RE: Redcat Racing Tornado Thread


    ORIGINAL: Hibityhupla!

    too bad the gears on the 1/8 buggy wouldn't swap. Haven't had to change it yet.
    i didnt follow what you said
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    RE: Redcat Racing Tornado Thread

    you will be able to do it soon with your eyes closed . Just takes a bit of practice.
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    RE: Redcat Racing Tornado Thread

    ummmm what? i didnt follow that either lol
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    RE: Redcat Racing Tornado Thread

    I was saying it's too bad the 1/8 scale transmission and bell wouldn't swap over to the 1/10 scale buggies. I haven't had any problems with my 1/8 scale buggy going through gears..lol

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    RE: Redcat Racing Tornado Thread

    oh, ok gotcha. sorry im tired. i woke up at 5 today to get to school early.
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    RE: Redcat Racing Tornado Thread

    I understand but you gave me an idea to try...
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    RE: Redcat Racing Tornado Thread

    I want to upgrade the engine and low end torque on my tornado. I am planning to get an O.S. .18 CV-R engine. Would that be a good upgrade for my needs of hilly terrain? Also which is better: O.S. .18 CV-R or a TRX 2.5? THanks

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    RE: Redcat Racing Tornado Thread

    the os 18tz-tx has lots more power 1.8@34,000rpms. I got mine from Omnimodels on ebay for around $150

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    RE: Redcat Racing Tornado Thread

    I bought TRX 2.5R for my BB....WOW!! thats the only thing I can say...WOW!!!

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    RE: Redcat Racing Tornado Thread

    hey

    i thought the TRX 2.5 is a .15 engine and the 3.3 is a .20 size

    the .20 is one you do not hear quite oftin... what other companys make a .20 engine?
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    RE: Redcat Racing Tornado Thread

    no, and yes.... yes if you calcutale .15 is 2.5
    But the 2.5 and the 2.5R's are different engine. the 2.5 is stronger and turns 50,000 rpm's, the 2.5r turns the same but has a bigger head so it can be leaned out little more and still run cool.

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    RE: Redcat Racing Tornado Thread


    ORIGINAL: retard1322

    hey

    i thought the TRX 2.5 is a .15 engine and the 3.3 is a .20 size

    the .20 is one you do not hear quite oftin... what other companys make a .20 engine?

    as far as i know, traxxas is the only one that offers a .20 engine. I would take the os over the traxxas engine in a heartbeat, the os cvrx is a direct fit for the 1/10 redcats. the 2.5 or 2.5r have a rear round exhaust and would need a little work to get them to work on the cars. The 2.5 is a pretty powerful engine for a .15
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    RE: Redcat Racing Tornado Thread


    ORIGINAL: numskull223

    I bought TRX 2.5R for my BB....WOW!! thats the only thing I can say...WOW!!!
    any videos?
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    RE: Redcat Racing Tornado Thread

    whats the over heat temp on the vx .18 cause iv heard 230 and iv herd like 260. i ran mine for like 8 tanks at like 240-250 and the second crank shaft bearing is leaking
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    RE: Redcat Racing Tornado Thread

    250-260 is good if you really running them, you dont want to go over 270
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    RE: Redcat Racing Tornado Thread


    ORIGINAL: p3t3v3x53


    ORIGINAL: numskull223

    I bought TRX 2.5R for my BB....WOW!! thats the only thing I can say...WOW!!!
    any videos?

    Actually im in the middle of putting it on my Volcano, but ill post some when im finished

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    RE: Redcat Racing Tornado Thread

    cool i cant wait to see that video. i guess my crankshaft bearing was weak from the start and just finnaly failed. i had brought it to a track and wanted to drive it but i brought my t-maxx also to try but i really wanted to drive the buggy, and i started it, warmed it up, drove a little down the track, it stalled, and that was the last time it ran without priming it a lot, and even then it just stalls
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    RE: Redcat Racing Tornado Thread

    Hi im new to r/c! back in july i bought a tornado bb and just fell in love with it! i quickly added as much upgrades as my budget could afford but lately i just havent been happy with the engine! i was wondering if anyone knew of some engines that are easily adaptable to it and perform great but i dont wanna spend much more than $175. if anyone know of any engines please let me know! thanks!

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    RE: Redcat Racing Tornado Thread

    os 18cv-rx is the easiest swap. The os 18tz-tx will work easy too but you will need a different manifold. with the manifold it would put the tz right at your price range.

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    RE: Redcat Racing Tornado Thread


    ORIGINAL: HimotoRacingUSA

    250-260 is good if you really running them, you dont want to go over 270
    I have a sts.28 that won't run under 280 no matter what I do. Most of the time it's up around 300 and still no problems after a year of running it. The temp worries me a little bit, but if it runs, it runs...lol I hardly ever make an engine blow before I swap them anyway. Always looking for something better.


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