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Old 12-19-2004, 04:39 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by lunytune
Originally Posted by MaddMaxx

I just came back from Hobby Home and I bought some replacement parts like f/r shock towers, F/R hubs. and adjustable turnbuckles. But still no Stub Axle

Any how he still has some parts left over but very limited cause I bought most of them.

Good Luck.

PS, He has one RC18T in Blue left
I wood stick to the stock turnbuckles!! the adjustable turnbuckles are small and wouldn't do well in a good old bash
Bash??? That's left for my RPM upgraded T-Maxx. The RC18T is 1/18th scale not 1/10 or 1/8th. Mine is not going to be for bashing (no crazy big air jumps on cement or concrete or frozen dirt/mud piles) . I'm racing this puppy. I've decided that come spring and summer I'm building a nice 1/18th scale track in my backyard for this little one. Maybe 30'x30' or 40'x40'... something along that size.

I'll no doubt come and join J's Hobby for their Mini-Nights for some fun but we already know how fragile the rc18t is from Friday nights minifest so the turnbuckle are the least of my worries. More like the stud axles and shock shafts and more. Also, according to the guys using Mamba's 6800 and 8000kv with 2 or 3 LiPo's the diffs and stock drive shafts are a big problem.

Naaaah... I'm signing up this puppy pit-bull for racing and I'll try and keep parts stock as possible. It'll keep it nice and light, stock replacement parts are cheap and they're flexable so no bent parts. I'll Upgrade only when really, really nessassry on parts that keep breaking from track use.

Yes, I can go all aluminum but at that price I might as well have 2 RC18T on hand. Twice the fun and I'll always have a back up.

I'll have a Nitropolitan...

4 parts Sidewinder Race Blend 30%
2 part Nitro Speed Scent (Crazy Cotton Candy)
1 part Nitro Speed Scent (Very Cherry)

Shake and strain into a chilled glass.
Garnish with a lime wedge.
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Old 12-19-2004, 05:55 PM   #12
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i burnt my finger on s.s rc18 when fliped back on the track lol
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