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Got involved in a new project, converting a 1986 Nikko Dictator to Hobby grade. The car is in pristine condition and it have close to zero wear. I removed all plastic bushings from the front, rear axles and the wheel carriers. Replaced the original Johnson/Mabushi 380 motors with two Traxxas Titan 18T 380 motors, installed a high torque servo with a Traxxas servo saver while still using the stock steering rods. Rewired the car with 12 gauge cables and used only Deans connectors, the ESC is a lipo ready 8T ESC. Installed a FlySky radio system. Will replace the wheels and tires with Tamiya Boomerang ones which I got off eBay. Also ordered 100mm and 65mm oil shocks which I should be receiving today, will update the folder with pictures for this. Below is a link with pics of the whole process documentation in pictures (Photobucket folder) http://s646.photobucket.com/user/cjmarti/library/Nikko%20Dictator%20modifications Video: (Select 1080p) http://youtu.be/pks70AkHsiM?list=UUy1qk1RirzC4OlPOAFDOg2g
I have for sale this Carson Reflex Wheel 2 Pro 3 channel Transmitter and 5 channel reciever. It has been used a couple of times and comes with the instruction manual and all original packaging - As new condition. £30 posted - UK only Paypal gift of buyer pays fees please SEE PHOTOS BELOW Specification Chrome wheel design and brake shoeLarge LCD display is illuminated in blue2.4 GHz FHSS system (Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum)Reverse for all channelsEPA (End Point Adjustment) for throttle and steeringABS functionEXPO function for throttle and steering (exponential)Dual Rate function for throttle and steeringTrimming for throttle and steeringBEC receiver with undervoltage protectionPower supply to the receiver via a drive battery with 4.8 - 7.2 VFailsafe for throttle servoCharge socket on the transmitterReceiver with undervoltage protectionTransmitter uses only 4 AA batteries - NOT INCLUDED
Hi all I have recently upgraded my Brat to 2.4ghz, and bought this pretty basic 2.4GHz radio from Tamco, found here: http://www.modelsport.co.uk/tamco-rc-2.4ghz-2-channel-fhss-sport-stick-combo/rc-car-products/367560 It's been working fine up until today, where for some reason, every time I pushed the the stick fully forward (as in full speed) the motor would just cut out, and not respond for a few seconds. You could drive happily with the stick below full push, but every time you pushed the stick fully forwards the motor cuts out. I swapped out the Tamco receiver for my original Acoms 27mhz receiver and everything worked fine and as normal. I therefore assume the problem is with the radio. Could anyone suggest a reason for this happening? And how may I fix it without returning or re-buying the radio set? Thanks in advance, Mack