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Old 02-01-2013
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Default LRP S10 Twister 2wd Buggy kit.

Hi at all . Today was coming my pack than i'm ordered . And what comes out ; a LRP Twister Buggy kit. and a Speed Passion Reventon Pro ESC and comp. V3.0 7.5t motor combo .

Now i'm happy and i have assembled it... there wasn't electronics installed now but tomorrow i do it .




I can say the kit were very well . There are a few things but not as bad . The plastic shocks are not tight but it's good . It needs alu. hexes... (The plastic hexes are not good)
The chassis were good and it has a update on the batterie holder . The plastic quality were good . Looking what happens it on on/off-road run...





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Here some pics.
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Now , all electronics were in his places but it's snowing out since two days... the chassis is too new to go run out
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A friend got one, and it's a pretty robust car!

Just take your time to adjust carefully the slipper clutch, idler gear and main shaft gear are made of quite soft plastic, he already stripped them 2 times!
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A friend got one, and it's a pretty robust car!

Just take your time to adjust carefully the slipper clutch, idler gear and main shaft gear are made of quite soft plastic, he already stripped them 2 times!


I will ordered a few hop ups parts for it . Alu. suspension arm holder front & rear , CVDs , adjustable turnbuckles and the adjustable alu. shocks and alu. hexes... then it is a good buggy for run overall.
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hi

im looking to hop mine up too

where did you get all the spares from

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hi

im looking to hop mine up too

where did you get all the spares from

cheers

I have ordered from Cyprus . I do not know where you live but ordered better in your area...


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I have drive my buggy at sunday and the chassis is absolut good . My esc motor combo is absolutly amaizing . With the 7.5t motor ...it's flying an make wheelies... But the tarmac would be not goot . Now i have some tests schaer of them 3 loops... Bad thing
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Heres mine all hopped up
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Thank's Cremegg . That's a nice LRP Twister Buggy


How are they LRP alu. shocks...??? I will it too... In a few days i orderet al the hopup parts from LRP .

What for rims are they...???
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Hi

Thanks for that.

They seem fine and have a lot of play in them, don't know about the oil though?

The rims are ansmann mad rat wheels. Fit perfectly too

You can get proline dish wheels to for the b4.1 (front and read) they for good too
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The stock shocks have 40w oil , maybe it has the same too...


The problem is the Twister needs in the rear +5mm ofset wheels . When all wheels the same than is the rear wheels looks narrow and thats not good I'm looking for such wheels.
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as i said, go for the ansmann mad rat wheels or the proline ones, they are a good fit cause i have them
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So , i was awhile offline . What happened...? I had bought a secound Twister Buggy , alu. hexes and CVD's...


I can say for the price where the Twister Buggy a good deal but they has some bad weaknesses... It needs alu arm holders than the plastik ones depends off.! The plastik shocks are not the best , so needs the alu one.
I gears are molten with 7.5t and MT rims.! Whit the standard buggy rims gives there no problems . The plastic CVD's have buckled...


If you pay for some hop-up parts than would be it a good buggy
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It's the same old problem with these cheaper kits, by the time you've paid to upgrade to the point where it's any good you could have bought a quality kit in the first place...
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Yes your'e right thats the right way but i have to would see what it cans too in theyr price . And yes it's shit to the pro kit's...

...among us i have pay for the kit 42€ each and you can't find it in this price if i'm not mistaken



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