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03.23.2011, 12:51 PM

for sure. And I'm not looking for a speed demon. I think my girlfriend will be driving it more often than I, and she only needs a mild setup for now.


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05.06.2011, 06:35 PM

Got some pictures of it in action :)





















Lots of fun to drive! figured out that the servo saver wasn't set up right or was jammed or something, which is why I've been breaking knuckles too often.


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05.06.2011, 09:18 PM

Thanks for the pictures, looking like fun.
Thats a pretty sweet bashing spot. What a view in the backround too.

Have you tried using 2.2 wheels/tires on your CRT.5 yet? I'm wondering how stock size compares to the 2.2. Sometimes I think my CRT.5 is a little to high.

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05.06.2011, 09:31 PM

I've run some slash tires on it for the football field and for on-road. It really bumps up the height a lot, traction rolls a little more. Haven't tried any legit 2.2 wheels and tires though.

The spot is the old little track that was made by the local RC club. They/we had to move because someone developed the land next door with apartments, and the developer didn't like the nitro noise. So the RCs got kicked out. I still run electric there. It has since been taken over by the local bike kids, so most of the jumps are poorly maintained, and the biggest jump (the big double) isn't even able to be used by the little guy, Savage can still hit it though.


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