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BL buggy in action - 03.26.2006, 09:22 AM

Hi,

Finally managed to capture my BL buggy in action just now. The 'track' you see is the local bash spot that some of the guys gather every Sunday afternoon for a little bit of bashing + fun. My jumps were much higher than the ones in the video last week. That was what inspired me to drag out the video & ask my friend who is kind enough to shoot me in action. Please excuse the driving though.

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Joe Ling

http://www.rcpics.net/view_single.php?medid=75379

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03.26.2006, 09:32 AM

Awesome Vid - I never get tired of watching BL haul Azzz. The acceleration is awesome. Can you say get high off them jumps - LOL - Once again - Kool Video....


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03.26.2006, 10:00 AM

That is one darn quick buggy..

What motor did you used? and is that on 6S lipo?

can you say '' f l y i n g b u g g y ''
   
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03.26.2006, 10:08 AM

Man, that thing accelerates like crazy.

Awesome vid....


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03.26.2006, 10:22 AM

i expected that bauggy do be done after that huge jump crazyyyy fassssttt.!
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03.26.2006, 03:39 PM

I never get sick of crazy insane acceleration, I only hope my buggy is half that nice. Too bad I can't afford lipos on my limited hobby budget. Otherwise Mine would be a terrific clean setup, currently its a mess.


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03.26.2006, 03:59 PM

Nice video. what esc and motor was that!!
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03.26.2006, 10:10 PM

Hi,

Thanks for the encouragement guys. I am only using a feigao 10L with 5S lipo & a BK 9920. As mentioned, the jumps last week were much more impressive, the buggy was literally floating in the air & I was able to make adjustments to it in mid air quite a bit to ensure it landed right side up.

Unfortunately, I managed to strip a few teeth off my plastic spur the previous week & had to use the metal spur for the run shown in the video. A a result, my pinion was eaten alive. I tried to contact Mike through email inquiring about hardened pinion but my mail got bounced. How do I contact him ?

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Joe Ling

PS : I had a 7XL in place of the 10L earlier but faced overheating problems of the esc. Obviously, 9920 cannot handle 90+ A under hot & humid conditions even with the help of a small fan.
   
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03.26.2006, 10:12 PM

Sorry double post

BTW, the buggy is one durable machine. Mine was still in perfect running condition after quite of few of those tumbles & cartwheels etc. Only the body is in pretty bad shape.

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03.26.2006, 10:19 PM

Quote:
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Hi,

Thanks for the encouragement guys. I am only using a feigao 10L with 5S lipo & a BK 9920. As mentioned, the jumps last week were much more impressive, the buggy was literally floating in the air & I was able to make adjustments to it in mid air quite a bit to ensure it landed right side up.

Unfortunately, I managed to strip a few teeth off my plastic spur the previous week & had to use the metal spur for the run shown in the video. A a result, my pinion was eaten alive. I tried to contact Mike through email inquiring about hardened pinion but my mail got bounced. How do I contact him ?

Regards,
Joe Ling

PS : I had a 7XL in place of the 10L earlier but faced overheating problems of the esc. Obviously, 9920 cannot handle 90+ A under hot & humid conditions even with the help of a small fan.
What size pinion you need?

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03.26.2006, 10:28 PM

Hi GriffinRU,

I need 13T hardened pinion thanks.

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03.26.2006, 10:49 PM

part 2

http://www.rcpics.net/view_single.php?medid=75423

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03.26.2006, 11:33 PM

Just a thought: The input shaft of an EMaxx has a 13t hardened pinion. It's the 1st gear, the one that most folks here cut off anyway. Should be easy to get one, but drilling and threading a hole in it might be another story.

Nice buggy, Joeling.
   
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03.27.2006, 01:12 AM

That is some crazy air Joe. You should keep the trigger pulled when going off the jump and see how many back flips it will do! Keep the videos coming!
   
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03.27.2006, 01:14 AM

Quote:
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Hi GriffinRU,

I need 13T hardened pinion thanks.

Regards,
Joe Ling
On my buggy hardened pinions don't work, they strip just like any other pinion?


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