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22-04-2009, 10:11 PM
25-04-2009, 04:19 PM
Ive got a mini lst with viscous diffs and ball centre diff , Carbon chassis, Mostly alloy , brushless etc . one of the servos has mashed gears, the steering is generally an issue in this model. If youre interested I would consider a px, to be honest Ive never been a fan of such a complex design , simple elegance is more my thing!!!!! I appreciate that I am new to oople but if you want a reference you could talk to anyone at DMS , I am an experienced racer of 25 years experience! Cheers, Phil.
26-04-2009, 07:23 PM
JT man the mini LST defentl isnt for racing. I had one crazy shizzle shreaded my viscous diffs. and everythign was so loose and rolly polly.
26-04-2009, 08:50 PM
Would have to agree with Ashley. If I was to race a mini LST I would try the single servo exotec conversion but in truth I dont have that much need to be different . Mine has been a shelf Queen except for one day in the year!!!!
26-04-2009, 10:09 PM
27-04-2009, 05:16 PM
Have you seen the exotec single servo conversion for the mini lst ? Some of their stuff looks eally trick. Have to import from USA though . Still worth a look I think.
07-09-2009, 04:09 AM
Ofcourse it can be done...
Money is no object and time, and then you will have a winner...but it wont be for free :D
This is how mine looks now..this car, was a trade, and come in a bag..the previous owner had also made a trade, and did not think he would get it running...but, it does, he ran t, so am i..
Exotek single kit
Ko 2413 servo (jummie!!)
MLST2 diffs (roasted)
280 motor 7782rpm
WIll be needed to get it done..
front c-hub and knuckles inrear (to adjust toein)
Vscous or Steel atomic balls (what i herad from MikeR (exotek owner) the visc diffs is a wist,)
And wide kit + sways...
This was the arrival ( a lot of work)
This is how mine looks now...
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