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newbie help with a lsp

Old 06-05-2006, 08:09 PM
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Default newbie help with a lsp

I just bought a LSP and I really like the truck, but I could use some info on tweaking and better parts. The truck will be used mainly as a basher but may see some track time (I'm a truck driver so I don't get home much).
Old 06-05-2006, 10:41 PM
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Default RE: newbie help with a lsp

the truck in its stock form is pretty durable but for all the little tweaks and upgrade parts take a look here.....[link]http://www.truggyracers.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=45[/link]
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Default RE: newbie help with a lsp

u might wanna upgrade to BCE chassis later on..im satisfied with mine never had a problem with it except i cant figure out how to start it with the starter box..
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Default RE: newbie help with a lsp

i am assuming you got the LSP not the LSP-R correct? if so, you can just upgrade to the 7075 chassis for the kit, its durable and doesnt have as much flex as the stock LSP chassis. also the 7075 chassis goes for like 40 bucks on EBAY..or you could go with the optional BCE chassis that was suggested for around 100 dollars, great investement i think..very nice chassis..but if you cant afford such chassis, then go for the regular 7075.

the index on truggyracers that was suggested is GREAT..it has all the info you will need. you can do the 17mm conversion, double up on the steering ackerman, they also show tips for steering modifications, set up sheets/tips..the list is endless..awesome i think.

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