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Losi Micro Crawler video (HD) - 11.26.2009, 12:40 AM

I threw together a video today for those that wanted to see a bit more of the new Micro Crawler.

Most of the driving was done by my 5-year old daughter. Be sure to watch it in HD.

Good times.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQWPxOqfjPQ


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11.29.2009, 11:54 AM

Neat HD video. It didnt seem as tiny as I thought it would be. How does it seem to be holding up?
   
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11.29.2009, 02:05 PM

Thanks. It's holding up well. No problems at all so far. It is pretty tiny, but it looks bigger than it really is in the video.


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12.14.2009, 02:47 PM

How's this thing holding up? I'm just about to get one.
   
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12.14.2009, 02:59 PM

It's holding up like a champ. It has taken a bunch of tumbles and has yet to break. I'm very impressed with it.


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12.14.2009, 03:16 PM

Cool. They are not that much, and should be fun in the house and yard, as well as small enough I can let my 3yr old drive it. Thanks Brian!
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12.15.2009, 05:01 PM

So I broke down and got one from the LHS.... :)

Pretty cool, but the price is way to high for what it is. Damn Losi!

I like it, but it will need some mods. Too roll over prone as is. Looks like there are a number of cheap and easy things to do.

There are even some mod chassis coming out lol. Think I'll be moving some parts around and adding some wheel weights for now.


@3:00 is really impressive vs stock

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12.15.2009, 05:26 PM

Going with a 2s lipo on the front servo has made the biggest difference so far for me. I will be adding wheel weights at some point as well.

Oh yeah, I also added some softer, shorter shock springs from a toy crawler that has helped with the articulation.


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