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    Sticky: Finally had the time for a trip to the Golden...

    Finally had the time for a trip to the Golden Gate Bridge (took the pics on Thanksgiving, so there's not much people there) :thumbup:

    https://i.imgur.com/Cr3v8Ng.jpg
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  2. The image posting thing here can be a bit finicky...

    The image posting thing here can be a bit finicky at first, but once you do it once or twice, it gets easier. If you are using a phone to post the image, many people use the Tapatalk app (I am not...
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    Ah, ok. Then you would probably have to move the...

    Ah, ok. Then you would probably have to move the rear shocks to the most rear position in order to make that fit.


    As for the paint, I'm not really sure how much you need, but I imagine you...
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    The wheelbase of the hardbody is 334mm, and the...

    The wheelbase of the hardbody is 334mm, and the wheelbase of the kit TRX-4 (in stock form) is 312mm. Even if you get extended rear links to make it the longer wheelbase (324mm) it's still a full...
  5. I don't think Castle has training mode....

    I don't think Castle has training mode. Adjustments are made using Castle Link... does tightening the slipper work?
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    Wow, that gonna go almost twice as fast as mine...

    Wow, that gonna go almost twice as fast as mine (CC 3800kv motor 16/90 on 2s)!

    You might want to get the LCG chassis conversion kit just so it doesn't flip over as easily, and maybe do the shoe...
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    I have never tried that, so others may know more...

    I have never tried that, so others may know more than me about that.

    However, some Hobbywing combos are on sale right now at Amain (Black Friday weekend and all that stuff). The Hobbywing Max 10...
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    The truck should have come with one of the...

    The truck should have come with one of the u-joint tools. Should look like this:

    https://i.imgur.com/im0UFBP.jpg

    First slide the tool on the pin. Then press or bend the plastic, and it should...
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    I think Proline just came out with an extended...

    I think Proline just came out with an extended body mount kit for the Rustler 4x4: https://www.prolineracing.com/performance-parts/extended-front-and-rear-body-mounts-rustler-4x4.asp

    Hope this...
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    True, but I think Traxxas should come out with a...

    True, but I think Traxxas should come out with a few solutions that aftermarket parts don't have (IFS kit or something like that). I would also like them to come out with a regular TRX-4 kit without...
  11. ^ Completely agree with Fallen. I would first...

    ^ Completely agree with Fallen.

    I would first save up for a roller if possible (everything except the electronics), and then two 2s LiPos (the Amazon ones are two for $40 or something like that,...
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    I would get the Sport light...

    I would get the Sport light kit:https://traxxas.com/products/parts/trx4-sport-light-kits

    You can also just get the plastic light buckets and use the $10 LEDs from Amazon or eBay.
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    Yes, here is the link to the front:...

    Yes, here is the link to the front: https://traxxas.com/products/parts/6451, rear: https://traxxas.com/products/parts/6452.
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    It could also be the LVD of the ESC.

    It could also be the LVD of the ESC.
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    IFS sounds like an awesome idea, but one...

    IFS sounds like an awesome idea, but one question, IFS with portals or IFS without (is IFS with portals even a thing? lol)?

    I would agree that Traxxas most likely won't come up with a TRX-4 ii any...
  16. I usually don't run my vehicles in dirt or...

    I usually don't run my vehicles in dirt or anything, but if I do, I use a brush to brush away the dust and debris (toothbrushes work best on driveshafts, shocks, hard to reach places).

    If I run...
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    GPM parts are kind of a hit or miss (imo). Some...

    GPM parts are kind of a hit or miss (imo). Some parts are good, some parts meh, some parts don't work and are just good for aesthetics (their aluminum isn't great, as it bends easily). I would look...
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    You might need shorter screws so that the screws...

    You might need shorter screws so that the screws won't hit the rotor, other than that, I think it would be fine to run the car without it.
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    Yes, they are listed as used because they are...

    Yes, they are listed as used because they are taken off a new model, the shocks are new, and they are long and xx long.
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    NiMH batteries should be at least half-charged...

    NiMH batteries should be at least half-charged before storage. It's best to leave it just a bit from fully charged since the voltage fluctuates depending on the temperature, and it self-discharges...
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    It's the servo saver. It's a spring in the servo...

    It's the servo saver. It's a spring in the servo horn that is designed to absorb energy when the car crashes so the servo does not take all the impact. You can also switch to a 25t servo horn, but...
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    Most brushed motors have a built-in fan (if you...

    Most brushed motors have a built-in fan (if you take a look through the holes, there are white fins that act as fan blades), and it is driven by the motor, so it only works when the motor is spinning...
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    Also, you can invest in a cooling fan ($5-$10) if...

    Also, you can invest in a cooling fan ($5-$10) if you need to, but you probably won't need it until summer.
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    For the motor, temps shouldn't be much of an...

    For the motor, temps shouldn't be much of an issue if the ambient temperature is relatively cool (say, under 75 F). If the ambient temps are higher than 85F, you might want to check it every once in...
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    If it bottoms out too much, you can add a bit of...

    If it bottoms out too much, you can add a bit of nitro fuel tubing on the shaft as a limiter.



    I've seen some bend the tube back, but I removed it, and taped it to the chassis (doesn't seem to...
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