I'll check that out for sure. Another thing, does anyone know of another rc that's comparable to the revo 3.3, but one thats a street car? I wanna get my brother an rc but he says he wants a street racer, I wanna make sure to get him something nice and fast and durable, something around the same size.hmm, seems really responsive, dont think the servo saver is set to loose after looking at that video. does your controller have end point adjustments? although that said on end point adjustments, your Tie rod ends are almost impacting your inner wheel, which is something you dont want.
watching the video again from before it looks like it turns right alot sharper than it turns left. have you double checked your tie rod end lengths are similar if not the same?
as much as i hate them, I'm almost wondering if some higher wheel offset 17mm adapter is going to be needed on those to allow them further spaced off the tie rods.
Yeah, my bro like to watch those hoonigan videos, so I'm thinking he probably wants something for drifting and road racing. I'll suggest a rally car to him too and see what he says..Also, onroad is pretty much strictly used on relatively pristine pavement/blacktop. They sit so low to the ground that they can catch on stuff. The lack of suspension travel makes them get upset over cracks, pebbles and stuff. Fun in a nice parking lot for going flat out and carving around corners. Traxxas used to have a nitro onroad, but I don't see it listed on their site anymore. Seems nitro has really taken a back seat to electric these days.
The most "onroad" I'd go would be a rally car of some sort. A little more ground clearance and travel with more aggressive tread on the tires to mess around in a ball field or not so pristine parking lot. Or even for screwing around in a skate park within reason.
I've got some paint in the box of parts, like 6 or 7 cans of tamiya I think it's called. I also bought some easy off, but I think I got the wrong stuff, I got the blue can..Lexan I believe. You kind of need to use lexan specific primer and paint to get it to stick.
I've used brake cleaner on lexan... it ate through the lexan in about 20 seconds. Not sure what "dot" it was. Gummout probably.to get paint off dot4 brake cleaner works well. takes time and elbow grease but about the best i found without damaging the body. it will make the new finished product look a bit foggy though.