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I haven't really noticed that much of a difference.
With my other truggy, I use the stock ESC plate as a rear motor support. I use 20/43 gearing and the motor rests right on the plate, it works really well. With the truggy in this post, I did try a fan mount support but it didn't hold up on big jumps.@Overkill I bought a 107mm TP Power 1700kv motor for my wide chassis. Do you think I should support the back end of the motor with something?
I swear I saw you used a fan mount, but cannot seem to find that picture again.
My motor screws are 4mm and I have the older style M3/M4 Tekno mount.
What servo horn did you end up going with? I picked up the Protek 7800BK like on the website but I don't see anyway to use it unless I put a huge amount of washers on the steering side to level out the linkage. I can't seem to find M2C own servo horn anywhere either.I haven't really noticed that much of a difference.
I'm using the Tekin 24mm horn, but I don't think they make that length anymore. It's not going to hurt anything if the linkage rod isn't completely level.What servo horn did you end up going with? I picked up the Protek 7800BK like on the website but I don't see anyway to use it unless I put a huge amount of washers on the steering side to level out the linkage. I can't seem to find M2C own servo horn anywhere either.
After I replied I was able to get the Protek to work with a nylon shim, it was severely off originally.I'm using the Tekin 24mm horn, but I don't think they make that length anymore. It's not going to hurt anything if the linkage rod isn't completely level.
Yes sir. It needs to be cut and I use gorilla tape.Thanks big time man going to order one, does that body come precut? I have one for my sons Mugen I love how thick the lexan is. Dang hated I wasted this factory Tekno NT48.3 body and all the shoe goop. Do you mess with shoe gooping your bodies?
With my little tekin setup I saw the same thing, I am now running the orange springs which help big time. They have however gave me a bounce when landing I think they might be too heavy for my setup but for a larger setup like you are describing I would say they are perfect.
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