Pitbull ...............still here.

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Pitbull ...............still here.

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Chassis: T-Tech Ripper/clod
Electronics: Futaba radio equipment, Hi-Tec 645MG servo
Novak Super Rooster esc
Motors: Trinity 12-dbls w/ torque rings
Wheels/Tires: Depends on Track
Battery: FineDesign/Firefox 2400 mah Team cells (6)


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Post by CM_113 »

nice truck :shock: really nice truck
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Post by Sassy_Chassis_Clod »

nice truck!!

so do you race it?? how dose it do??

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Yes,the truck is raced,I race with the R/CMTRA here in the New York metro area. It is by far not "the" truck to beat but.....it runs and handles well.The 2004 season is kickin off with the WRAM show in White Plains N.Y. after that the RC Pro M/T series will start in March,the Pitbull will be gettin a face-lift and new motors for the '04 season.We'll see what happens!!?? :badgrin:
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Post by Sassy_Chassis_Clod »

sounds good

i wish there was a track around here :?

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Nice ripper!! 8)

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Post by jugg_crawler »

What are torque rings?

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A torque ring is a spring steel wrap one would put around the motor can to give the magnets a bit more field strength.
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Post by Element »

WoW nice looking truck!

You know what i would like to see a dual BL setup in a racing clod. :shock:

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that is sweet