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Old 06-26-2007, 08:13 PM   #1
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I just bought another truck RC10GT

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I picked up an RC10GT roller, just needs a motor and a receiver. Any suggestions for a motor for racing for this little truck?

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"Up for sale we have a Team Associated RC10GT. The truck is in excellent shape!! It was completely gone over. Any parts that were questionable were replaced. The truck has tons of brand new parts and aftermarket! The shocks and suspension work very smooth!! The transmission, bearings, brakes, servos and drivetrain all work perfect. Nothing is worn out,bent or broken. This truck is very clean and solid!! The truck is nearly a RTR, it needs an engine, reciever and a radio.

Aftermarket parts: Pro-line Crowd Pleazer body-BRAND NEW, Kimbrough spur gear-BRAND NEW, Pro-line tires/wheels, RPM front+rear body mounts, RPM rear a-arm mounts, RPM front skid plate, Associated blue aluminum front axles, Associated high torque metal gear steering servo and a Futaba throttle servo.

Brand New Associated parts: 2 rear axles-1/4 inch style, 4 rear axle bearings, rear axle carriers, many screws replaced, throttle/brake linkage and all 4 servo mounts. "
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Old 06-27-2007, 08:08 PM   #2
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Sounds like a good buy, the previous owner really took good care of it.

As for a motor, gotta remember a few things. It HAS to be a cut (short) crank. A standard (long) crank will work too, but you have to cut it with a dremel. Stay away from SG or Pilot shafts. Also if you don't have a starter box, you need a pull start.

Good manufacturers to look at are:
OS Engines
LRP (Associated)

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