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    Thanks Guys! This one has really got my interest, I'm going to do more research on this one. Thanks for the year of the picture that helps a lot.
    Sean

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    Awesome.. take lots of photos.. Curious how you handle the curved wheel fenders.

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    Finally made a video of the panel truck looks good on the trails although I would not recommend the RC4WD Ultimate-Scale-Single-Speed-Transmission as it's geared too fast and lacking torque for a heavier truck has a hard time climbing and crawling over obstacles. Perhaps a good transmission for other applications. Has you can see in the video this truck is stuggling in general.
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=rIuL1z3AkYY&feature=youtu.be

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    How many turns is youd motor? You could try more turns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duellym View Post
    How many turns is youd motor? You could try more turns.
    I'm using a 55t motor and if I go to high, I won't get the torque.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scaler View Post
    I'm using a 55t motor and if I go to high, I won't get the torque.
    An 80T motor will have a higher torque but lower wheel speed than a 55T motor, the other option would be to go for sensored brushless set up with a 17.5t or 21.5T motor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeteAttryde View Post
    An 80T motor will have a higher torque but lower wheel speed than a 55T motor, the other option would be to go for sensored brushless set up with a 17.5t or 21.5T motor.
    Thanks! I've ordered an 80t motor and I'll see if that makes a difference, if not I'll try the brushless set up.

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    I cant tell you how happy it makes me to see guys such as yourself on this forum making beautiful artwork like this with their bare hands! Kudos to you buddy, job well done!

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    Superb!

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    Great work!

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