Just wondering what's the average runtime of the Savage and Savage .25 ? Also do they keep fairly clean by being sideplate trucks ?
jerrah said:Doesn't sound like a good idea to cool down your engine with compressed air.
Rapid cooling isn't good for engines, and I'd imagine you could even
compress the bore aroudn the piston and other nasty things...
Fire said:true!.. well im only 17.. and i cant exactly drive and put it in the boot just yet!
but anyway. ill still use the air compressor to clean the savage.. works like a dream.. but i'll probably stop wasting electricity to cool the car down.. !
cheers.. i didnt really know if it was good or not.. so all ur input was 100% welcomed
RiZZa said:Thanx for the feedback guys. What hopups are recommended or what usually breaks first ? If I buy a savage, I plan to do jumping and racing at BDR with it. At the moment I'm just lookin for feedback, Ihave a Traxxas Stampede in bits I've had a while and am weighing up the cost of modding the pede or buy something else. Decisions, decisions.........
IlUvMySaVaGe25 said:yeh i got to say it is a strong truck i got the savage 25 when it first
came out (20 days after) and still havnt broken a thing on it. not 1
bit. i hav bent my tvps, scratched my heat sink, and dont think that i
dont push it hard!! ive dun just bout everything u can do with it!
jumps 25Ft high on to the lid, smashed in to walls, hit cars, cars hit
it. oh and its still stock. and for sum reason after 34liters the
diffs are still like new.(w/o mod). dont worry ull hav fun
husky said:Jumping is the best part!!! Dont be scared.. Just nail the
throttle and hit the jump at full speed and release the throttle just
before take off, controll it in the air with the throttle and brake and
youre done!!!!!! What have you been doing with it if youre not