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    RE: Proline tires

    if those would fit i would definitely buy a set, i have been looking for a set of road tires for my monsoon for ages!<div>
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  2. RE: Aluminun steering hubs worth it on my Tornado S30?

    i have tried all sorts of aluminum parts on all of my vehicles, they aren't worth the extra money, they have a tendancy to make other parts break, or they bend out of shape if they get hit hard...
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    RE: You've got to be kidding me!!!

    to me its the constantly tinkering, tearing apart, rebuilding, fine tuning that makes the sport enjoyable, and as for the fuel price, i go through a gallon maybe every two months between my cars, and...
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    RE: You've got to be kidding me!!!

    if you are honestly looking for longer run times i would have purchased a nitro engine because you can keep running as long as you have fuel, i have a volcano s30 a tornado s30 and a monsoon xtr, and...
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    RE: Suggestions.

    i completely agree with dads, i have used aluminum parts in the past and they get messed up a lot easier than plastic parts, like he said they are for show!
  6. RE: Installation of new C-carriers, Drive cups

    i tell you what i love my monsoon! that truck will take a beating! i actually don't break too many parts on it, except for the last run it took a couple weeks ago, my best friend walked in front of...
  7. RE: Installation of new C-carriers, Drive cups

    Dad's in my opinion i would never use aluminum parts, the just bend, plastic is cheaper, if they break they are cheaper to replace
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    RE: monsoon xtr

    so funny story i finally got my monsoon tuned in again, and i was messing around, and my best friend walked infront of my path and i swearved to avoid him, and hit a parked cars tire with the front...
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    RE: Replacement wheels

    i would not recommend putting aluminum on, it weighs too much, and it will bend instead of crack, i would look for plastic dish wheels similar to what you would find on a monsoon xtr
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    RE: monsoon xtr

    will give it a go around when i get home!
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    RE: monsoon xtr

    there was a set screw in there, i removed it before i even tried to get the pin out! i think i will put it in a vise and take a quality whack at it!
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    monsoon xtr

    Gentlemen, i normally can figure out what is up with my car or how to fix it myself, but my current issue i am curious if there are any little tricks that can make this easier!I cross threaded the...
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    RE: Monsoon wheels

    the benefit of keeping the dish wheels is they are alot stronger than a rim with cutouts on it!
  14. RE: Several issues with brand new Volcano S30

    i plan on sealing all my servo's and battery boxes this spring, i would probably use like a blue rtv gasket sealant(autozone) or possibly a silicone that would set up extremely quick<div>
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  15. RE: Several issues with brand new Volcano S30

    i wouldn't reccomend going through or near water anyway, you will fry your servos as they are not sealed, and even if the battery box closed tightly it would still seep water cause there is no seal!
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    RE: Vortex SS gears

    dads i agree the steel spur in my monsoon is awesome, it is really all about the application your using it for
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    RE: Vortex SS gears

    i personally believe plastic spurs are the way to go, plastic gives you more tollerance, i put a steel spur in my volcano, and i not only stripped the spur but also the clutchbell, so instead of just...
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    RE: Need help with a Tornado s30!

    after you make an adjustment on either of the needles you have to run the car for a couple of minutes to let the changes take effect, i would take both needles back to stock and work from there,...
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    RE: Tornado S30 VS Shockwave

    dont get the shockwave, the tornado is a much better value, it was my first rc, if you respect it, and follow all the break in instructions it will treat you marvelously, like dads said though the...
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    RE: Need help with a Tornado s30!

    does it stall while its driving or while just sitting still, or does it stall when taking off?
  21. RE: screw came lose from shockwave not sure where it goes

    also loctite the pull start screws, they actually go through the plastic into the metal of the block
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    RE: Redcat Volcano S30 dead...

    i have had a tornado for over a year now and just bought a monsoon xtr, the only things that have broken are things that i have broken myself! so i personally think instead of sitting on rcu bashing...
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    RE: glow plug included with shockwave?

    fuel filter is a definite thing you should install, i wouldn't run any of my cars without it, and i would not run 16% the cars are built for 20% like i have said before, if your in the business of...
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    RE: glow plug included with shockwave?

    fuel filter is a definite thing you should install, i wouldn't run any of my cars without it, and i would not run 16% the cars are built for 20% like i have said before, if your in the business of...
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    RE: glow plug included with shockwave?

    you have to put your finger over the exhuast, and pull a few times, you will see your fuel start moving through the lines
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