losi 8ight

Welcome to RCTalk

Come join other RC enthusiasts! You'll be able to discuss, share and private message with other members of our community.

  1. N

    Losi Nitro 8ight RTR buggy

    Any forum members running a Nitro 8ight RTR buggy? I'd like to hear from ya's. Upgrade part #'s etc.
  2. AlexSkalski

    Traxxas Nitro Rustler or Losi 8ight RTR?

    I am interested in purchasing a Nitro Car. I currently have an Associated SC10RS. I race at a local indoor track. I am interested in getting a Nitro, because of the challenge, sound, smell, and everything great about a Nitro. I want a buggy or on-road car that I can rip around my cul-de-sac. The...
  3. MudSlinger33

    8ight-b 2.0 to 4.0 conversion

    What does it take to convert an 8ight-e 2.0 buggy to a 4.0. I recently tried purchasing 2.0 a arms and found out they are discontinued. I was able to find a pair of front arms on eBay but that's just a temporary fix. Will 4.0 arms and hubs match up with the 2.0 chassis and diffs?
  4. Meowzz

    Losi 8ight 1.0 brushless conversion.

    Hey, hello. I have my losi 8ight 1.0 to be converted into electric. I have been looking around and can't seem to find a conversion kit for it other than the rc product design, which I can't seem to find anywhere. And I don't want to waste money on a tekno conversion kit. I currently have the car...
  5. NitroBlood_92

    Thoughts on my first 1/8th Scale monster truck??

    Wadup guys, call me NTB for short. New to the forum just introducing myself and my current RC project to the scene. I got my engineering degree from SIUC so building and fabricating are no strangers to me. A couple months ago I did the impossible and tried to make a monster from one of the...
  6. jayrc10

    Losi 350 Engine

    Hi I'm new here, and i have a losi 8ight 2.0 RTR witht the losi 350 engine. When i try to start it, the flywheel gets stuck at TDC (really tight, the starter bx can't even turn it. burns the starter wheel rubber. i have to use a screwdriver to turn it) Happened only recently. used to run well...