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V3Menace
02-02-2012, 01:53 AM
hey i am new to the racing seen although not a newbie i have just recently gotten into racing and since i am getting the v3 i am wondering what a good set up be i am leaning towards revtec 17.5 and the tekin rs with a savox SC-1258TG i am open to any suggestions I'm looking to race the stock class but i have been told not to many tracks run 4wd buggy 17.5 but maybe I'm wrong so i am just trying to get a good set up please let me know what a good set up would be for just getting into racing and and still have enough power for when i get more comfortable racing and whats the class i would want to get into if there isn't a 17.5 i race indoor carpet and have a couple 10th scales for running in my track in my back yard any input would be appreciated

Robbiejuk
02-02-2012, 09:33 AM
Buggy meetings are usually open to what motor you run so you can run any motor wind you want. I know stock racing is big in the states in buggy racing but it has never been massive over here.

I personally say that 17.5 would be way to slow in a Durango, I would say a good starting point would be more like a 10.5, which wouldn't be too hot to drive but enough to get over jumps . Plus a Speedo you can advance timing you can start with it slow and then turn up the wick when you feel more confident.

Big G
02-02-2012, 09:35 AM
a 10.5 is quite slow in a 4wd buggy. a 17.5 would be would snooze worthy.

markwilliamson2001
02-02-2012, 10:03 AM
Get something like a 10.5/8.5 to start with, it will be more than enough outside and inside racing. Have to agree a 17.5 would be very slow in a buggy like the durango outside!

V3Menace
02-02-2012, 07:53 PM
i have been doing some research on classes that run in my area and I'm have trouble finding a 17.5 class for buggy i am already running 10.5 in my stadium truck and and some 10.5 set ups in my mini8 and rc18b2 and rc18t so now i am leaning towards a 10.5 to 8 turn and i am wondering what would be a good choice of motor brand an turn rating also an esc that would work good with those turn motors i am still leaning towards the rs and i know the rs is good to a 5.5 turn so what would be the best combo

Col
02-02-2012, 09:14 PM
Bear in mind that Mr Menace is the good ol' U.S. of A, so normal rules need not apply.

V3menace - it makes life so much easier if you fill in all the blanks!

V3Menace
03-02-2012, 03:06 AM
I've been online and on the phone all day looking for tracks near me and what their classes are and i found out that i will have to go with a lower turn motor i have some 10.5 that I'm real comfortable with should i go with the 10.5 or a lower turn like a 6.5 to 8.5
so what would be the best set up for those turn motors and esc now since i am looking at different motors and esc open for all inputs