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Old 05-18-2012, 07:16 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by thuebner View Post
Have you checked out the 1/16th Summit section on the Traxxas website? All the info. you will ever need can be found there. Spend an evening doing some research and save yourself the headaches of trial and error.
I tried the 1/16 Summit once and did'nt really care for it all that much, but the 1/10 Summit is an amasing piece of equipment.

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Oh yeah trust me I've spent countless hours research, weeks/weeks, asked questions on forums and to traxxas, read and retread the manual. Doesn't make this truck suck any less. It's all good now, I bought the AXIAL AX10 RIDGECREST and gave the summit to the wife. My opinion traxxas is an entry level company and on the scale of quality, there trucks barely make a pass. Look online at the for sale section, loaded with traxxas products. I'm beyond happy with my AXIAL! Besides, the 1/10 is no comparison to the 1/16 and has no need to be brought into the conversation about the 1/16, thanks anyways!
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Old 07-03-2012, 08:18 PM   #12
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URC just posted this video on how to adjust twin servos on the large Summit: maybe it applies to the smaller one too?

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