|Mar 17, 2012, 07:26 PM|
TT SB-5 kit
Hello, Im interested in the TT SB-5 kit. Ive been doing alot of research and it seems quite difficult to set up. My building skills are ok. Can build the cars, and afr planes, just looks alittle discouraging. Im I wrong Are should I go for it
Thanks from sunny Chicago
|Mar 18, 2012, 12:06 PM|
Yes you should go for it. the sb5 pro is the easiest strait forward bike there is to build. you just need a small esc and a low profile servo for steering. also order a set of pmt 200 or 100 tires for it too. dont worrie about setting it up, it will drive great with the stock set up as long as you get the tires.
|Mar 18, 2012, 12:29 PM|
It's a lot easier than building a pro TC... I recently rebuilt a used Xray T3 I bought... The SB-5 is a LOT easier!
As DBB said... PMT200 tires a must, if you have an ESC with a big fan and is quite high, then you do need a low profile servo too. You can trial-fit your normal-sized servo and ESC, first, and then decide on it, really...
It runs perfect straight out of the box, no mods really needed...
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