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08.15.2015, 06:42 PM

Looks good! What wing mount are you using on the rcm towers? Were they direct bolt on or did you need to do any mods to make them fit?


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Mugen mbx-6..bolts right on no mods :-)
   
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08.16.2015, 01:12 PM

Truck is looking good, Kristian!
The shock towers accept Mugen wing mounts as well as Hot Bodies lightning/trophy series including the light weight V2 mount directly., Jeff. :-)
   
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08.16.2015, 05:03 PM

Looks good!
I like the shock guards to!
   
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08.18.2015, 04:56 PM

Thanks guys... Still waiting on the dogbone up front then we are in business
   
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08.23.2015, 05:40 PM

Ok gearing ideas please? I have the Slipperential with 58t spur and motor/esc combo from the new Maxx so 2200kv and MLX ?? Esc so where are we on pinion? Thinking 4s bash and 6s for exciting.. Ideas? 17t or maybe more? Thanks in advance.. Kristian..
   
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08.24.2015, 11:26 AM

I think around a 14t is a good starting point, assuming you have 1/8 diffs? This gets you into the low 40mph range on 4s - I would use smaller pinion on 6s, or a lower Kv motor.
   
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08.25.2015, 02:52 PM

Going with Stock diffs to start as I have a meet in two weeks Mike..suggestions please? Scriptasylum says WAY to High speed if I have the numbers right ?
   
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08.25.2015, 03:34 PM

I'd drop to a 12t pinion on 4s with the 2200Kv motor and stock diffs - should yield high 30s mph speed, which is PLENTY for bashing and nice for racing.
   
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08.25.2015, 03:38 PM

Thanks Mike...where would that gearing put me on 6s? Got a few 3s batts on the way that need to be used
   
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08.25.2015, 03:44 PM

Umm...fast!! Mid 50s to maybe 60mph, depending on battery strength and tire ballooning.

Though if you ran them in parallel for 3s total voltage, the stock diffs would probably last longer and with a 16-18t pinion, you would still be right in the fun range(high 30s-40mph). :-)
   
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08.25.2015, 03:54 PM

Appreciate the help! 12t it is...tho Will try the 6s for the heck of it ..those diffs need to go anyhow..
   
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