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Old 11-11-2004, 10:37 AM   #1
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Rusty: PitViper

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My project PitViper is for an Electric Traxxas Rustler that Im turning into a unique racer. When I got my Rusty I started racing other stadium trucks and started to win and Im looking to build a Rusty that has the stock chassis. Im willing to dremel it out a bit but It needs to keep the shape of the stock chassis. Im trying to make a sleeper Rusty that looks mostly stock but can fly through the course!

So far with my Rusty I have...

-13 turn double hand wound Losi motor.
-New gearing
-ProLine Dirt Hawg tires
-Stock shell painted flat green...for testing
-New ProLine CrowdPleaser body

Regearing into 14/90 with my new esc it should keep my motor cool and have better times. Ill be doing some dremel work to lighten it up abit and Ill be working all winter to race in higher classes next spring!

Futaba 3PM-TFS 3-Channel FM Transmitter/Receiver...........130$;FVPROFIL=++

-Deans W.S. 2-Pin Ultra Plug...........2.99$

-Deans W.S. Wet Noodle Flex 12-Gauge Red 2'/Black 2' ........6.69$

My total comes to $139.68 and the Magnum transmitter and new esc are worth every penny!


theres my rusty for you guys...I know its rough but Im outa sach at the moment.
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Old 11-11-2004, 11:57 AM   #2
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which speed control you going to use?
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Old 11-11-2004, 01:34 PM   #3
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Ill be using the Futaba R133F 3Ch FM 75MHz. here is the link if you would like to see it...

the esc Im using is....

Futaba MC330CR


Price: $64.99
Battery: 6 to 7 cell
Motor Limit: 13+ turn
Current: Forward: 200A Reverse: 100A
On resistance: 0.010 ohms
High Frequency: Yes, 1,500 Hz
Connectors: Futaba J, Standard for battery, Bullet Motor (all pre-installed)
Motor Wire: 14 gauge
BEC: Yes
Length: 1.07"
Width: 0.50"
Height: 1.31"
Weight: 1.59 oz
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