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    It sounds like you may have stripped the threads...

    It sounds like you may have stripped the threads in the engine mount, and will need to get a new one.
  2. Richen your LSN.

    Richen your LSN.
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    With practice, someday you'll be able to paint a...

    With practice, someday you'll be able to paint a decent looking body. Keep at it, and in time, you'll succeed.

    :D

    I'm kidding, of course. You have amazing skills. I see this, and I've seen...
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    In addition to using your finger to turn the...

    In addition to using your finger to turn the flywheel (very subjective, but I'd say you should feel "significant" resistance at TDC; if there is very little, then there's too little compression) you...
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    You probably need to richen your LSN. Here's...

    You probably need to richen your LSN.

    Here's one of the things that happens when an LSN is too lean:

    When your throttle is about 1/3 or more open, the HSN takes over completely and the flow...
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    Good points, BobR. I've never used a dual...

    Good points, BobR. I've never used a dual exhaust pipe myself, but I'm glad that you clarified the fact that, given newer technology, dual pipes made by reputable manufacturers may indeed be...
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    Has anyone used the newer Integy clutch; it's a...

    Has anyone used the newer Integy clutch; it's a 7075 3-shoe, that uses 3 individual springs (as opposed to the older version that you guys are discussing, which uses 6061 shoes the stock spring)?
    ...
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    I would recommend not running your engine below...

    I would recommend not running your engine below 200 degrees. If your engine is too cold, your sleeve is not expanding enough, and will accelerate wear on your piston.

    However, do not lean your...
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    Sticky: It stands for mm of travel. P1, 2 and 3 have...

    It stands for mm of travel. P1, 2 and 3 have 90mm of travel, while the LTs have 120mm.
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    To add to what Oomp correctly points out: ...

    To add to what Oomp correctly points out:

    Using the lower roll center holes creates more "active" camber; the tires will change camber more dramatically throughout the range of suspension motion,...
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    I like both the RPM and stock carriers. The RPMs...

    I like both the RPM and stock carriers. The RPMs are more robust, but the stockers are lighter. If you're using the stock 14mm hexes, I'd say stay with stock -- in this case, RPMs are unnecessary...
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    Cabbie....excellent work. Beyond impressive. ...

    Cabbie....excellent work. Beyond impressive. Great thinking and execution!
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    Thanks atmo....you're the man. I've just been...

    Thanks atmo....you're the man. I've just been busy with other things....but ya, my revo is still my favorite past time.... And I'm still learning from your posts!
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    It sounds like your clutch is overheating,...

    It sounds like your clutch is overheating, because it's slipping. There are a number of reasons why a clutch could slip. A few that come to mind, in no particular order:

    1. You're overgeared...
  15. The stock Talon tires' sidewalls may tear because...

    The stock Talon tires' sidewalls may tear because of the way the Traxxas tires mount to the Traxxas rims. The Traxxas mounting system is the most secure IMHO (and is how 1/8 buggy tires mount), but...
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    You can remove the engine without also removing...

    You can remove the engine without also removing the mount. Just unscrew the 4 screws that hold the engine onto the mount. Also, unscrew the grub screw that holds your pipe onto your pipe hanger;...
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    As stated above, the "goo" you wiped off of your...

    As stated above, the "goo" you wiped off of your ez-start back plate is just a mixture of oil and dirt.

    But if you want to use silicone sealant on your engine backplate (the plate on which the...
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    Those look sweet, guys. Nice work!

    Those look sweet, guys. Nice work!
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    You need to make sure that, after you've stripped...

    You need to make sure that, after you've stripped tranny gears, you very thoroughly clean out your tranny case of any pieces/filings/shards of the old gears. Any remaining debris from your stripped...
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    Well, I suppose this may be a subjective issue,...

    Well, I suppose this may be a subjective issue, but IMO, the RB carb is great. Once it is oriented (rotated) properly, it works flawlessly; mine certainly does. I would prefer that it be a...
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    Most peoples' negative opinions on dual exhaust...

    Most peoples' negative opinions on dual exhaust pipes are based on older, very poor, designs. The new generation of dual exhaust pipes (from what I've learned, as I've never used one myself) work...
  22. I've definitely had this problem. It's really a...

    I've definitely had this problem. It's really a somewhat random issue, and depends in part on how well your backplate bushing seals against your starter shaft. A tighter fit is better, but allows...
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    Traxxas Hard Anodized GTR shocks.

    Traxxas Hard Anodized GTR shocks.
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    They sell them on their site here...

    They sell them on their site here
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    1) That's normal, because the Traxxas engines...

    1) That's normal, because the Traxxas engines are made very well, and have very tight tolerances.

    2) Any long, medium - medium-hot plug w/o an idle bar will work.

    3)WD-40 is a poor lubricant,...
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