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    New MERV VXL!

    Just ran it for the first pack(stock one).Was very fun,but seemed a little lazy right off the bottom then really get's with it!Is this normal out of the box?

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    maybe it needs to break in a bit

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    Quote Originally Posted by CTPATRIOT View Post
    Just ran it for the first pack(stock one).Was very fun,but seemed a little lazy right off the bottom then really get's with it!Is this normal out of the box?
    Check the slipper clutch, it may be a bit loose.
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    Do these trucks wheelie from a stop on blacktop in stock form?

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    You should be able to get the wheels up. But like airmax said if the slipper is loose it will just slip

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    Lipo batteries will sure wake it up and with a 3 cell my friends stock merv will wheelie for a couple hundred feet!

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    I think I'm gonna go and tighten my clutch right now..
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    Tighten fully then backoff about 1/2 to 3/4 turn

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    Quote Originally Posted by 50togo View Post
    Tighten fully then backoff about 1/2 to 3/4 turn
    mine may be wearing out, stoked I'm a spare parts hoarder - got a freshie. but going for value out of the one that's installed....cos I'm cheap. lol
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