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Discussion in 'RC General & Getting Started' started by WESTSIDERIDER310, Dec 9, 2003.
dont know yet just putting it together as i go and see what i come up with when it is done
i am trying to make one that can climb very good with out geting stuck or that will flip to much but a fast one at that
well i am trying to make one that can climb big hills and stuff with no problem but wont flip to easy and it has to be very fast and big tires and rims and high off the ground so i can go over more obstacles with out geting stuck from underneath
well it's kind of hard to do that with an electric motor. Because of there limits. But there are some very good electric motors out there.
oops double post sorry
yea but i am puting a nitro power motor in this one
probly that big bore
You should try to sell it and get a nitro powered truck. Because you sound like me. More power, and then more power. You'll never be happy with electric. My truck right now hits 60MPH and i am still not happy
check out ebay, they got some nitro powered truck for sale. also you can fix them up and make them very heavy duty.
you can never go to fast never
what i done to my electric truck it all stock from the store but i put another motor in it but diffrent ones and it runs fast (((( but not fast
my freind me and him made one and it gos up to 76 mph it has to motor in it but there not as big as the big bore not even close
ebay yea i like that place you can get alot of rc stuff on there and more i got some sand tires off of there one time but never used them much
replace one of them with the epic and you'll probaby get it past 80 and you'll have great low end power as well as high end.
yea i all ways want to push my trucks and cars to the limit if there is a limit hehe
yea i love ebay, you can find lots of rc stuff for cheap. Also you'll never know what kind of deals people put out there
how do you get more current from a electric motor
You know what would be cool, if you put a remote on a real car and drove it around a track. now that would be cool, rc to the limit
yea i saw on there today this pearson want 120 dollars for a nitro truck all parts there and working to
Higher battery voltage. if you are running 7.2 try 8 or 9. but after a little while you'll burn it out.
you can do that but it is kinda hard to do on a real car
you'll probably burn it out in the first 15-20 minutes
one thing i am using a tmh flex pack though