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Crt.5 upgrades? First bash and first damage...
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Crt.5 upgrades? First bash and first damage... - 01.22.2011, 04:21 AM


Damage was done during some small jumps...


I know the second picture is my fault... should have set the servo saver more loosely...

I have just replaced with the stock parts, and have cnc rear brace coming.

I am looking to bash this pretty hard so i was wondering what hop ups your using and what you break often...

Thanks alot guys, any help is appreciated :)
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01.22.2011, 03:52 PM

you did that on those tiny jumps?!
What conversion are you running? Mike's extended chassis (doesn't look like it)?
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01.23.2011, 05:07 AM

i thought the same.. was expecting it to be much tougher... Had been jumping it for a while before the camera came out but i still wouldnt expect so much damage...

was pretty cold tho :P

the servo saver spring will be replaced with a harder one and wound the hole way out so it absorbs more of the impact.

Rear bent driveshaft will be replaced and the rear brace swapped out for a cnc one...

No chassis kit, just the SCRT10 Motor mount and a cheap battery tray... otherwise all stock

was planning on switching to mikes scrt10 chassis kit at some point, and running with a truck body... like an extended hyper10tt.... or would the extended chassis kit work better for me?
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