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 Post subject: Just bought a nt18
PostPosted: Thu Feb 19, 2009 05:27:18 
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hey everyone,
this is my first post so let me introduce myself. I'm Chris and I've been in RC for 10 years. I have 2 tmaxx's, 1 sportwerks chaos, i'm building a UE supermaxx and now i have a 1 1/2 nt18's.

I just bought a used nt18 with some extras and was looking at getting the hex driveshafts and new foam tires. but can anyone tell me what the degrees mean for the front and rear tires?? https://www.amainhobbies.com/advanced_s ... ex&x=0&y=0

I'm new to the on road world so i will probably have some questions. HEre's a pic of the nt18 i bought... Image

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The degrees is the shore rating. A higher number means a harder tire.


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Higher number=>less grip=>less wear
Lower number=>more grip=>more wear


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cool thanks for the info


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another question, is there any modification necessary in order to run a picco p-0 in a nt18? thanks


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viewtopic.php?t=5050&highlight=picco

viewtopic.php?t=5073&highlight=picco

viewtopic.php?t=4920&highlight=picco

viewtopic.php?t=4326&highlight=picco


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cool thanks. and i was looking at the wheels and how do they come off? i don't see a screw or anything??

also what glow plug do you guys recommend?
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the wheels will pull straight off and there is minor mods needed to fit the P-0 in there.

Hope you enjoy NT18's!!


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 19, 2009 23:42:38 
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matt_xb8r wrote:
the wheels will pull straight off and there is minor mods needed to fit the P-0 in there.

Hope you enjoy NT18's!!


thanks. I ran it today and it runs really well. it's QUICK! what glow plugs were you using in it?


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the one thats in there was the one that came with it but you can use from a medium to a hot plug. The hotter plug will probably do a little better in a motor that small. I would try an MC-59 on cooler days and maybe an MC-8 on warm or hot days.


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 Post subject: Re: Just bought a nt18
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Thanks for the answers...
I also need help in picco p-0 in a nt18... Got it now.



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