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    Looks bloody wicked mate... love the counter sunk screws... adds a nice touch in my opinion
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    Quote Originally Posted by RCRacing88 View Post
    Looks bloody wicked mate... love the counter sunk screws... adds a nice touch in my opinion
    yeah thanks man. thats what i thought so to thats why i bought them
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    Quote Originally Posted by dizzyinzo View Post
    yeah thanks man. thats what i thought so to thats why i bought them
    Be easy on titanium screw though, they strip easy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NitroXray80809 View Post
    Be easy on titanium screw though, they strip easy.
    Oh, I thought titanium screws were meant to be 'the best of the best' (for RC anyway.)

    That was my presumption anyway haha. What have you found the best and strongest to use 80809?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NitroXray80809 View Post
    Be easy on titanium screw though, they strip easy.
    if your talking about the silver ones on the bottom of the chassis. they are cheap crappy aluminum not titanium
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    If possible i would get stainless steel or hardend steel screws.
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    Titanium screw kits like rc skrewz are for light weight, they strip easy and are no good unless ur digging for that weight loss.
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    lol its kinda weird to c the servo in that buggy! but it looks really good!

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    got my lipo last night soldering on deans right now. i think its funny. the 2s pack came with deans but the 4s comes with the crappy cheap connector lol
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    got the motor mount in. took longer cause i had to order it off of amain because my LHS caught fire. but got it all put in only issue metal spur and pinion sounds gross. the battery is to big for the stock painted body so hopefully my r8be body will fix that issue. i was running it today and the servo is so fast it backed out the screw that holds the horn in. it hands extremely well havent flipped it yet and even with bald tires the thing still handles like a champ in the dirt i is happy
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