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    I don't remember seeing a start power setting, I'll have to look as that makes sense it would help. Thanks

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    Starting power is default on Low. It can be found at the Advanced tab in the Castle Link software.
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    Yeah it's set to low. Gave her a test run today and it was doing good...until I cartwheeled massively and the spur gear is a lil damaged, had to trim a some plastice off and open up some of the teeth but nithing to bad, so I know I will need a steel one soon. While I was at it, I adjusted the slipper. I checked it out on the carpet real quick. It seems like a new monster. I still think something's wrong cause now it barley rolls under no power or stops a lot sooner once throttle is lessened and there is a lil more clang then usual.

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    On a good note I got my teknos fronts today, rpm a arms rear yesterday. when I'm feeling unlazy I'll put them in. Then I would like to get a steel spur, clear plastic motor cover and a 19t. Should be near bullet proof with all that. Might get a tekno drive shaft too. Oh i got the tbone front/rear bumpers with wheelie bar coming, this truck should be a tank. Did anyone know this hobby is addictive and cost way too much lol.

    Oh any other parts you guys think I'll need?

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    Hehe. Most of us know it is an addictive and expensive hobby.
    Don't get a steel spur. It makes gears wear much faster and it is not necessary. I use the 2650 for a while and never stripped a spur. Neither did my buddy with a 2200.
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    So Basicly just get a stock spur?. I'll run the stock though, till its bald lol. Once I took that extra plastic out and put it all together worked fine and wheelies like a champ on command. Waiting to see what breaks next...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattstang2007 View Post
    So Basicly just get a stock spur?. I'll run the stock though, till its bald lol. Once I took that extra plastic out and put it all together worked fine and wheelies like a champ on command. Waiting to see what breaks next...
    Yup. Stock spur works fine.
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