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What did u do to your drifter today!
#1
So if u do something to your drifter, fix it, tune it, try out a new setup, or even break it, or whatever...post it here.....
So today I blew the bearings in the front right and and rear right knuckles:/ idk how but I did!! So now I must get new ones!!
>SCREW IT, DONT NEED NO FANCY SIG<
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#2
I looked at it.
Don't be a douche and help the next guy.  

Mehh
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#3
(06-02-2013, 07:39 PM)Chiefy707 Wrote:  I looked at it.
Haha.

I drove it ;)
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Today, I have replace my Spur Gear because of a rock mess up one of the teeth. Replace it with a OEM HPI still..
The Aluminum racing pinion gear i replace it with Traxxas Pinion Gear 48P 26T

^_^
HpI Sprint 2 SporT

Have a great day...
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#5
I'll work on it later.

...but I said that 2 days ago too.
Don't be a douche and help the next guy.  

Mehh
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#6
I needa get a bigger pinion for my sprint 2..im runnin' a 23t atm.
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#7
Ur such a smart ass cheify!!! I like it! Hahaha and I went from a 29 pinion to a 23! To get mor punch!
And I like ur sig boid;) the "have a great day" I could swear I seen one similar to it somewhere:p
>SCREW IT, DONT NEED NO FANCY SIG<
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(06-02-2013, 08:54 PM)Frias65 Wrote:  I needa get a bigger pinion for my sprint 2..im runnin' a 23t atm.

Well stock is 23t
If you get
bigger means less punch but more top speed less runtime
Smaller mean more punch, acceleration more runtime and lower top speed

Your choice hehe
HpI Sprint 2 SporT

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#9
Performed a motor swap today. Took the 5700 flux motor off and installed the leopard. Reason is the ESC on te flux was incapable of supporting the Savox servo, my receiver would brown out. Installed a capacitator and though it helped it would still brown out if I pushed the servo. The leopard ESC/motor takes it flawlessly and the servo performs at its peak, very very fast.

Havin a problem though maybe someone can help, running the stock 23/90 spur/pinion and wih the leopard motor it's very slow and no torque at low throttle...

Before you say it's crap leopard I was running this motor on my TT01 an it is faster than the castle 5700 I removed

Oh and some pics don't mind the wiring still gotta take care of it.



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Current: Tamiya / HPI

Future: MST
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(06-02-2013, 08:59 PM)RCPHREEK Wrote:  Ur such a smart ass cheify!!! I like it! Hahaha and I went from a 29 pinion to a 23! To get mor punch!
And I like ur sig boid;) the "have a great day" I could swear I seen one similar to it somewhere:p

=> yeah my girl edit the signature ... She was bored lol...

(06-02-2013, 09:18 PM)vroomin Wrote:  Performed a motor swap today. Took the 5700 flux motor off and installed the leopard. Reason is the ESC on te flux was incapable of supporting the Savox servo, my receiver would brown out. Installed a capacitator and though it helped it would still brown out if I pushed the servo. The leopard ESC/motor takes it flawlessly and the servo performs at its peak, very very fast.

Havin a problem though maybe someone can help, running the stock 23/90 spur/pinion and wih the leopard motor it's very slow and no torque at low throttle...

Before you say it's crap leopard I was running this motor on my TT01 an it is faster than the castle 5700 I removed

Oh and some pics don't mind the wiring still gotta take care of it.



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Sick ride bro... Way better than my hehe
HpI Sprint 2 SporT

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