http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...dProduct=14693. Yes 4S. This is the same battey I used for the Baja as well, albeit x2. It depends on your ESC. If your ESC comes pre-wired with 2 battery plugs, such as the Xerun 150a, then it's easier to just buy 2 x 2S. You have to cut the battery tray slightly to make it fit easier.
When do you want the kit? Happy to bring it over.
I turned my original RC8Be into the monster buggy I've wanted last night. Looks awesome. I'll take a pic when I'm home tonight. Was going to run it today but it was too fricking cold. I also modified our Thunder Tiger MT4-G3 into a yellow monster Beetle. OllieWAY can't wait to run it.
Just buy the paint from local shop. $11-12 per can. For a buggy shell one can is enough unless you want multiple colours.
Btw, putting massive wheels on makes it handle jumps like a rear heavy car. Gone is the lovely buggy handling. BUT, compared to a monster truck, it's still excellent so no regrets. Besides, that's why I bought a second one so I can have both.
Also I have read that once you remove the magnet (circled) from the chassis it loses 70% of it's power and I'm pretty sure it has been moved before. So I'm ordering some new brushes and a Neo Magnet off the net. No Hobby King for vintage trains though
Hey Wayne here are some kit engines:
In other news I got my batteries but no charger yet Might go out and buy one tomorrow. This ebay seller has a retail shop in Mt Waverley or is it Clayton? Must be the same guys they had this exact brand when I was in there on Wednesday
Thanks for the link to the kit! It's awesome...but it is out of stock! Please someone remind me to check another time. I really would love to buy that!
Great batteries. I like them a lot.
This morning, after our usual breakie at Noisette, we went to the beach for a bash. Was tempted to give you a call Ryan, but thought it may be too early on Sat morning for someone with no kid lol.
The pitts special is the biplane I pictured up above. Put the radjet into the ground pretty hard last night trying to do a victory roll to close to the ground., needs reqluing (again), pretty impressed though you can just keep regluing it and it still flies well, though I did bend a motor shaft this time. Not bad for $50!
Matty, did you get the prop to spin the right way yet?
Time for a catch up over Easter? Was a great day for a fly yesterday. Shame I had the technical issues.
I did manage to cut down the carbon shaft from the Bixler though, so that should work now. Just got to wait for the wind to die down.