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  1. #1
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    I think I'm done with this build...

    Hello...
    I think I'm done with this build, but if you see something you think needs to be improved, give me some advice. I just put an aluminum servo saver on here. Kind of hard to fit everything, but works really nice. I stuck with some plastic, to give a little flexibility.
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    Not even close. Iíve said similar things for years.


    Somehow builds are never done....

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    Haha, done!? Maybe for now, eventually something will break and then it gets upgraded! On a serious note, a beautiful rusty you've got there, almost too pretty. Go out and thrash that thing. If you don't break something, you're not having fun!

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    Love you guys on this board. I learn so much.

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    Looks great!!!!

    I was done with mine $500 ago as well....


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    Yep... You guys are right. Going to get some 12 mm to 17 mm adapters and some grip tires. This thing is geared for speedruns. I've got a 33 tooth pinion and 76 tooth spur gear on it. 3s lipo should get me going pretty good. Any recommendations on adapters and tires?

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    It's hard to tell, are those mip axles? If so, go with hot racing adapters. Tires for speed runs I'm not well versed on. Some one will chime in with the necessary knowledge I'm sure.

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    Those are Traxxas drive shafts.

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    Then just stick with the traxxas 17mm adapters. I can't really see the drive shafts, are they the stock plastic ones?

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    Sorry, man. Those are the Traxxas heavy duty steel drive shafts with the rubber boots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OtisWhitestone View Post
    Sorry, man. Those are the Traxxas heavy duty steel drive shafts with the rubber boots.
    Perfect, then definitely stick to the traxxas 17mm conversion. I have them on my rusty and never encountered any problems. Well, just make sure to locktite the barrel nut and check every so often that it's still tight.

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