I used a razor knife.
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I used a razor knife.
That will work too. You might have to trim the tab off the jumper cable. I had to do that.
So here is what my plugs look like. I have taken 1 connector from the on/off switch to the battery and the other connector from the switch to the option port. both are from the on/off switch. I...
Will have to look and see what I did. It has been a long time. If I recall, there is a 3 way switch connector that brings it all together. Will see if I can take a pic tomorrow.
Probably, 30% nitro runs the engine cooler. Consider switching. Counter intuitive but true. I run 30 in 100 degree weather with the lid on and do not over heat often. I drilled holes on my lid...
I use O'Donell's 30. Great fuel. Easy to tune, stays consistent. Smells bad IMO compared to. Traxxas blend. Traxxas was easy to use and learn on, it offered great performance and price point but...
BTW, not a dumb question. Be prepared for failure and learning.
No they are not all the same. You can have cold, medium and hot. They all vary based on fuel type and external temp. A medium is generally considered a good plug because it handles a broad...
Badlands are great on a jato off road. Might need to adjust gearing to optimize pull and speed.
I get about 8-10 if I'm lucky. 30% nitro.
Yes, you can route a connector plug there and never have to remove the battery for charging.
Yes, just above the receiver box.
Nope, it is really, really snug. You shouldn't have to take it out to charge it. You have a charging port on the truck.
Hopefully, this next endeavor will be more successful. Upload some pix of Jato-2 when you can. Did you get to keep the busted Jato too? Or do you have to send it back?
I use a LiPo RX pack for mine and a Onyx 235 charger. I tend to run out of time before the battery gets low enough to worry about.
I use scissors and Xacto for everything and then use a dremel to smooth out the fender wheel cuts.
See previous post today. Page 21 of Manual :-). http://img.tapatalk.com/d/14/04/10/ju6atyte.jpg
Sounds like the motor is about done. DG is normally spot on about engine rebuilds.
I would start a new thread for this one.
Hope you can see this. Page 21 in the Jato manual.
Typically you don't really need to adjust idle but a good starting point is to have a gap the size of a decent paperclip tip. 1-1.5mm if I recall correctly. You can also easily damage the needles...
Yes. You want a fast pull and response off the line and not a sluggish bogged down response.
A LSN properly tuned with slipper will get you what you want. Tune with good temp and half full...
Yes, you will have to tune both needles. Not sure why everyone wants to wheelie, but after tuning you can tighten down the slipper to help it grab but be prepared to break stuff.
Sorry to hear that this happened. My daughter has driven the wheels off of her MERV and broken just about every part on it except the steering servo. Out of all my Traxxas cars and trucks the MERV...
Make sure the fuel is fresh as well. Old fuel absorbs moisture which can cause issues too.
Fiberglass that thing up and call it experience. Chicks dig scars. :-).