New drvnp stainless chassis

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New drvnp stainless chassis

Postby Redd330 » Thu Nov 24, 2016 11:44 pm

Is anyone using this?
If so is it any good?
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Re: New drvnp stainless chassis

Postby Artur Fischer » Sun Nov 27, 2016 1:05 pm

O haven`t found anything about it.
Do you have a picture or one link for it?
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Nobody breath!! I lost a c-clip.
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Re: New drvnp stainless chassis

Postby Dialed_In » Sun Nov 27, 2016 4:40 pm

I found this. http://www.drvnpro.com/product/team-los ... l-chassis/

TheToyz has it but it's out of stock. http://www.thetoyz.com/Losi/Micro-4WD-R ... ons/13697/

If it takes a larger motor it will most likely shred the gears often. They used to make a similar plastic chassis.
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Re: New drvnp stainless chassis

Postby Redd330 » Thu Dec 01, 2016 9:22 pm

It's heavy but running castle setup
I have a problem with steering turns left fine but
When on power to right it pushes the front

Would locking the front diff solve this
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Re: New drvnp stainless chassis

Postby Redd330 » Thu Dec 01, 2016 9:55 pm

Got a picture up
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Re: New drvnp stainless chassis

Postby Dialed_In » Sun Dec 04, 2016 4:41 pm

Wow! That chassis is super thick.
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Re: New drvnp stainless chassis

Postby soldout » Wed Dec 07, 2016 4:13 pm

Yeah, those chassis plates look to be at least 2mm. I bet that thing eats gears with the extra power from the Mamba Motor. I was always afraid and still am of running a tight slipper on my 4WD 1:32 conversions for that very reason. I learned my lesson the hard way running a tight slipper on my 1st Micro-T always wrenching on the gearbox, but the instant wheelies were fun!

Still running the OG pinon and spur gear on my 1st 4WD Micro-T, knocks on wood.

I need a setup similar to this for my Rally drift car :thumbup:

Redd, I wouldnt lock the diffs on the 1:24th, check for hair or debris causing any binding in the axles. Personally I would convert the chassis to carbon fiber, I think SS is too heavy for this small of a platform. The car will benefit all around from a weight reduction.

Im interested to see where you take this build.
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