Type: Posts; User: stevobeaker
Anybody stripping their tranny gears with the 3.3? I'm about to rebuild my tranny for the third time.
By the way, the Anaconda tires are awesome!
You'll need a new back plate on your engine.
Great bashing spots!
Just cut out your driver side window. Then you can grab it pretty easily.
You can really keep an eye on your compression with a pull start.
Duct tape works fine. Here's some directions with pictures.
Use the case for the 2055. It will work and it is much beefier.
Go with the 3.3. I put one in my JATO today as a matter of fact. It packs an awesome fun factor!:lol:
Are you serious? There aren't many servos that aren't better than the stock servos. Yes, you should definitely switch them out.
That is the size of the holes in the piston.
Make sure your crankshaft isn't bent.
I use an air compessor with a blast nozzle. 125 psi seems to do the trick. A compressor is really a must for cleaning if you have access to one.
Thank you for the compliments. And I got a Ford too if it makes you feel better.
Part#: TRX 5119
You must be my long lost twin.
Here's one of mine:
Is this a pop quiz?
I would steer away from digital servos with the stock radio. You need a radio where end points can be set or you may burn out the servo from binding. Whatever servo you go with, inspect and adjust...
Yes. If your servo isn't consistently returning to center anymore, this could mean a corroded potentiometer in the servo. I would replace that servo before you have a scary runaway(a failsafe would...
Check the bearings in your clutch bell housing also. There are two of them.
The 58T spur gear will fit with the stock clutch bell, it's just that everything has to be right. You'll need to make sure that the engine mount is all the way towards the front of the chassis. ...
Try a bigger spur gear. It will bring your accelleration back up to par.
wow, that truck looks pretty new too!
Check out some Bowties.
Hey neighbor, where are you going to race?