Snappy1

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About Snappy1

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  • Birthday 08/17/1970

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  • Location Central Coast NSW Australia
  • Interests Vintage RC, Modern RC

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  1. Snappy1

    Decent track buggy

    Not knowing your budget, but if you are a member here either a DB01RR or TRF503/201/211 Something a bit cheaper and vintage, a Top Force or a Super Astute, if you buy a TT or DT you will be disappointed.
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    Reliable esc for dirt tuned motor

    The 1060 is rated to as hot as a 14 Turn motor, although I have one running a 13 turn double no trouble atm, 2 cell lipo and correct gearing.
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    Help for an old newbie !

    My suggestion would be to A . get the wild willy 2 running with an esc, receiver B. Get the luchbox going too, by this stage you'll want a sports tuned motor C do a lot of research on here and other forums and u tube , get some confidence up with running maintenance and then restore those two original Willys,
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    Tamiya 47381 - Super Astute (2018)

    I thought the Worlds RC10 was sold out?
  5. I would be interested in a couple of pairs......
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    ESC for Reedy 7 and 9 Single Turn

    Lol, I have been sitting on a BNIB Team Orion Mark Rheinard worlds edition 8 x 1, I am wondering the same thing?
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    Tamiya 47381 - Super Astute (2018)

    I wouldn't have bothered, so much less flex with the re re chassis compared to my originals anyway
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    Need Help with Re-Re Bigwig

    I don't want to pick on Tamiya Legends, I am a subscriber and anyone who spends so much time popularising our hobby the way he does is a legend, but he does make quite a few mistakes on builds
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    Need Help with Re-Re Bigwig

    You don't set the mesh, you use the thin metal plates to space the motor, depending what pinion tooth count as to where the plates are placed
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    Top Force vs Super Astute

    Dyna Storm front shock tower and longer front shocks is one way to fix the front suspensiion
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    Top Force vs Super Astute

    I am really not going to help, I have 3 of each, Top Force is my fav vintage 4wd, SA fav 2wd. Parts availability will always be a drama with a SA
  12. Your Dragon is going to end up with carbon double deck chassis plates and only running thundershot gearbox's lol I am really enjoying your mods, I would love to see a running vid some day
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    Tamiya 47381 - Super Astute (2018)

    In have been running an original vintage brace for a while, I would order a couple more for my other Astutes...
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    Top Force Gear Diffs - Parts advice.

    No, they are not compatible, either one or the other. Yes the 03 diff gear is narrower, I was a bit worried when I first installed them, but 2 years with a 8.5 T lipo setup and they are as new and I haven't replaced any other gears or internals, I am also running a splitter and carbon hollow shafts
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    Top Force Gear Diffs - Parts advice.

    The TA-03 ball diff is a direct drop in , one of my TF Evo's runs a pair of 03 ball diffs, they are extremely reliable and I have never had an issue with 2 years brushless run time