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    Another Jato Conversion “done right”

    Here is another Jato Conversion with a Stright bolt on. Only extras 2 20mm standoffs and a slash Battery strap

    Last edited by Cmcarlton267; 02-19-2019 at 02:24 PM.

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    Is the photo showing? I can see it on phone but not laptop?

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    Yep !
    The Super Derecho

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    Thats a clean looking installation, really like.

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    thanks man. Its was fun making it my own.

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    Nice! Have you tested it out yet? How fast will she run

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    shes quick and handle well. Dont have a gps to run a speed test.

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    Looks nice.

    What are you using for a motor mount?

    Mine is like a tank, and there's room for longer motors. I just put a 3660 3200kv in it now that I'm running 3S. Will see how that does when it warms up a bit.
    Expert rigging at it's best!

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    It's amazing if you tested properly.

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    What did you use for the top plate in the front? I had to hack up a stock one to work with the conversion kit I bought.
    Expert rigging at it's best!

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    Hello. Long time viewer, few times replying ��. I would like to know what you have used (chassis top plate, battery tray and motor mount) for your conversion, if you don't mind sharing.
    I'm building up my original Jato (tried converting it years ago, didn't work) to be as fast as my Stampede 4x4.
    My Stampede has a 1/8th 3650kV motor and a 60A esc with a 30C 5000mAh 3S battery.
    I'm looking to put a 3500kV motor in my Jato.
    Thanks for your help.

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    I designed and 3D printed it.

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