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scorcher

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my dagger has had the chop
« on: December 20, 2009, 07:54:43 »
i shoulda taking a pic of it before i started but heres what is was like

now it looks like this

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ive put 2 small wheels on the front so it dont get stuck on un even surfaces
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i had to put the wheely bar opposite way round coz it would just flip over doesnt do it now the car it self is a bit quiker and is better at steering to it doesnt wheely as much the front end stays down more might put a vid on here if any 1 wanna see it go wanted to kno if any 1 know that can it handle a 7.2v 1200mah pack let me know be most helpfull thanks
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Re: my dagger has had the chop
« Reply #1 on: December 23, 2009, 10:34:25 »
What is that front end from?

You said that the front end stays down more? Did you add some weight inside the front end?
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Re: my dagger has had the chop
« Reply #2 on: December 23, 2009, 11:20:52 »
ops should of explained that all i did was take the springs off and wheel there where 2 screw holes from taking them off so the little wheels screwed in them and the bit that pokes out is stuffed with blue tack to weigh it down a bit thats why it doesnt wheely as much no more and steers better cos it dont go straight up in the air no more and the bit i cut off the back doesnt make it back end heavy ant more
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