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    Great looking truck mate.

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    Looks lush dale… what are the center nut in the 2nd pic down front wheel? also are those rear hooks on the bumper from the EU offroad scale website as they look sweet?

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    Looks lovely dale, nice work mate! Can’t wait to see this on location :)

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    hey Dale i thought you were being a referee and not a contestant ??????

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    can some one give me some dates on thisas if i can get off work ill come

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    Nationals is May 26-27th mate.

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    well I have just fitted a fusion 10.5 combo to the gelande and although its smooth as solk and very very controlable its still very slow with the 32:1 gearing so I have just ordered another transfer box in the .75:1 ratio which will more than double its speed so it should manage around 6 or 7mph which is more scale than the less than 4mph it is pulling at the moment. I dont want it fast just a bit more d90 scale than series2 scale, my old series 2 even did 55mph eventually, downhill with a tail wind/gale :dry:
    anothe £48 invested, I could have bought a 1:1 for what I now have in this.

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    dready wrote:
    Have you got a link to that brushless combo?

    http://www.modelsport.co.uk/fusion-exceed-race-brushless-combo-10.5t/rc-car-products/34310

    Its a great combo, its what I use in my short course racer.

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    dready wrote:
    Have you got a link to that brushless combo?

    I’ll find it for you when I get home. It’s from modelsport fusion 1.5 combo £99 posted free. I have two of them now and bought the programmer for them. So many things you can do with it and it even gives you a readout of temp of motor etc. Bill sold me the first one For a sc10 but I never used it and just thought I would try it in the scaler. It will probably be way too fast if you used it in an axial trans though.

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    grubbybuzgrubbybuz
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    I have both the 7.5t combo in a hpi firestorm and the 10.5t in a hpi mini trophy,both have been faultless for me,easily programmed with the extra programmer jobby.
    Only thing i would complain about is the super loud BEEP of the programmer :S
    I’d not considered putting one in a scaler though :blink: not with my boatin n all :whistle:

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    The two trucks they are in won’t be going in any serious mud or swimming, even so I will be gIving the esc a durex overcoat and the bits of the motor that could get oat in will get super goo sealed just as a pRecaution. Once the motor is fitted to the box and sealed it hasn’t got anywhere really for mud n water to get in, unlike brushed motors that are full of holes.

    I seem to be talking myself into a puddle already :woohoo: :woohoo:

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