Search:

Type: Posts; User: Myrallyisfaster

Page 1 of 5 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.02 seconds.

  1. Replies
    3
    Views
    2,135

    Gently wrap the stock tires in electrical tape,...

    Gently wrap the stock tires in electrical tape, 3-4 layers is good. Great drifts and a little grip in a straight line. Cheap as time and a roll of tape AND removal is a breeze. It's what I've always...
  2. Replies
    10
    Views
    1,925

    I like to buy the cheap hard body rc cars from...

    I like to buy the cheap hard body rc cars from Walmart and target. Lasts longer than lexan, immensely stronger, heavier for a more scale driving feel as well as appearance. Tough to size them up so...
  3. Replies
    1
    Views
    448

    You'll just destroy the shock tower. There isn't...

    You'll just destroy the shock tower. There isn't enough length in the control arms to get much more lift. The structure just isn't there. Best I've done is slightly longer shock Pistons from...
  4. Replies
    9
    Views
    296

    Also the convenience of the velineon red...

    Also the convenience of the velineon red connectors is most optional equipment runs these connectors, lights, fans, bec, yadda yada
  5. Replies
    9
    Views
    296

    This way I don't have to scrap or salvage a...

    This way I don't have to scrap or salvage a connector when I burn up escs
  6. Replies
    9
    Views
    296

    I use deans plugs and I made my own intermediate...

    I use deans plugs and I made my own intermediate connector so I have the option to run extra accessories when I want to. Red velineon connector leads soldered and sandwiched between 2 deans plugs...
  7. Replies
    9
    Views
    296

    When I first dabbled with temp control I didn't...

    When I first dabbled with temp control I didn't have solder supplies so I just tapped my power and ground by cutting a small slit into the wire coating. Twist your supply leads taught so they can be...
  8. Replies
    9
    Views
    296

    Usually velineon uses little red 2wire...

    Usually velineon uses little red 2wire connectors that will need to be soldered in but castle is good about using receiver connectors that plug to channel 1, 3, or "battery." Hope this helps. The...
  9. Replies
    9
    Views
    296

    I've been using extra velineon fans and the fans...

    I've been using extra velineon fans and the fans from the castle mamba 1:10. The fans marketed for 1:18 don't blow much air and are cheap crap. It's worth the extra money to get a velineon. I'm not...
  10. Replies
    4
    Views
    313

    You shouldn't need to remove the shock towers, my...

    You shouldn't need to remove the shock towers, my mistake
  11. Replies
    4
    Views
    313

    With shell off and battery out. Disconnect struts...

    With shell off and battery out. Disconnect struts at the tower mount. Disconnect suspension links from bulkheads. Take out two screws to remove esc/receiver box. Remove strut towers. Remove front and...
  12. Replies
    2
    Views
    633

    A little over 2 years ago I ran over a copperhead...

    A little over 2 years ago I ran over a copperhead walking my usual wooded NC trails, these days I like to have it when I go fishing in hopes of clearing the trails ahead haha
  13. Plenty available, none are worth it. Go castle...

    Plenty available, none are worth it. Go castle micro or dromida brushless
  14. I wouldn't recommend any of those, I run dromida...

    I wouldn't recommend any of those, I run dromida and castle. Whenever those die I run my cheapo brushless setups and hate my life haha. The extra bucks go a long way with dependability and durability.
  15. Replies
    2
    Views
    367

    I don't think venom makes an adapter for the...

    I don't think venom makes an adapter for the latrax. You're better off switching to deans or traxxas. But still get the venom 2s haha.
  16. Replies
    1
    Views
    363

    Sway links?

    Anyone into modifying their latrax cars had any success with creating sway/anti-roll bars for these? My best design ended up functioning more like a central leaf spring, which worked surprisingly...
  17. Dropped it in last night and before I could run...

    Dropped it in last night and before I could run it I noticed the ring teeth are shorter than stock and leaves too much gap to be practical, I'll come back when I know more
  18. As far as ball diff goes, you're probably better...

    As far as ball diff goes, you're probably better off piecing together an AE but I didn't want to waste time and money doing that so I decided to take the plunge. For a locker I think it'll do great...
  19. Well it needs work because it doesn't spin freely...

    Well it needs work because it doesn't spin freely so I need to open it up and see if I can use the team associated carbide balls in it. I only purchased it as a back up to my aluminum spool with...
  20. Replies
    2
    Views
    893

    Since 2014 I've only used one screw on the bottom...

    Since 2014 I've only used one screw on the bottom of the motor mount, very few times it's needed adjustment. Go to Home Depot or lowes and find the hardware and there should be a drawer full of m3...
  21. Replies
    10
    Views
    3,390

    Teton wheels are the latrax mud terrain tread,...

    Teton wheels are the latrax mud terrain tread, anything else would be after market. If you so choose I've found some tamiya 1:10 rally car wheels with 12mm hex and gravel tread but haven't bought...
  22. Replies
    2
    Views
    464

    Raise the body posts to desired height by...

    Raise the body posts to desired height by removing sets screw at the top of the shock tower
  23. Incorrect ladies and gentlemen!!! Gpm has come...

    Incorrect ladies and gentlemen!!! Gpm has come out with aluminum and steel ball diffs for the latrax. I ordered one late September shipped from Hong Kong and should arrive today or tomorrow. Kinda...
  24. Thread: Bumper

    by Myrallyisfaster
    Replies
    2
    Views
    404

    I'd recommend buying a new bright 1:16 or 1:15....

    I'd recommend buying a new bright 1:16 or 1:15. They always have an ungodly amount of bull bar on the front that would be perfect and also you'd find yourself with a nice truck hard body to fit on...
  25. Replies
    18
    Views
    2,435

    Usually the best mod is the one that gets you...

    Usually the best mod is the one that gets you driving sooner, I relearn that every time I overhaul my sst haha
Results 1 to 25 of 124
Page 1 of 5 1 2 3 4