- Oct 17, 2012
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|Motherboard||Asrock Z97 Extreme 4|
|Cooling||Corsair H-110i GTX|
|Memory||16 Gb kingston Hyper X|
|Video Card(s)||Nvidia Reference GTX 970 x2|
|Storage||C:\Samsung 850EVO 500Gb & Samsung 850 evo 250Gb|
|Display(s)||Dell Ultra Sharp Widescreen 24" 1200P|
|Case||Phanteks Enthoo Pro M Acrylic|
|Audio Device(s)||Realtech Edition X1789,Ver2.78|
|Power Supply||EVGA 220-G2-0650-Y1|
|Mouse||Logitech G502 spectrum|
|Keyboard||AZIO MRGB Kaith Blue|
|Software||Win 10 Professional 64 bit|
|Benchmark Scores||Congrats USA!! on the Travel Ban.....|
Sprint 2 Flux, upgraded shocks wheels and a few other tweaks like added heat sink to the motor, top speed was around 65mph.
After figuring out the axles couldn't Bare the torque because they were a plastic universal joint's, I "replaced" them with steel dog bones from another gas powered RC I had. that thing could definitely do over 50mph. The hardest part was getting it moving because all four wheels would spin & just lift it right off the ground because the acceleration was so much greater than its weight.
I tried running it in just real wheel mode but that wouldn't work either it just did donuts like crazy and flipped over a lot. My last option was going to be at a second battery but I couldn't hook it up because I'm not really an electricaly adept kind a guy. So I just added the 2nd battery for the weight, which did a pretty good job.
There used to be several RC race tracks & shops around me ,but it seems like it lost popularity because you don't see them anymore. just like arcades they died off the last one I knew of was RC madness in Connecticut