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  1. #1
    RC Racer
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    my biggest problem

    so i got my new servo installed and naturally had to take it out and so a few speed runs and some bashing and found out that my biggest problem is i cant keep it upright :\ lol and its not on turning or or accelerate its on stopping it throws way to much breaking to the front and flips. but i do have to commend them on such a great durable truck i hit a broken curb just shy of full speed and clipped it with the front left tire with absolutely no damage. but i think i stripped a spur gear as i lost all movement so time to tear down and fix

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    RC Turnbuckle Jr. spenniepoos's Avatar
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    The stripped spur is a pain but glad you like your new servo just be a bit softer with the brakes dude lol....peace
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  3. #3
    RC Qualifier
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    Read the back of your manual and you can program how strong the brakes are when you hit them if you don't want 100% which is the default.

  4. #4
    RC Racer
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    well great news i didnt strip the spur gear the motor just came loose which is a miracle it didnt strip it but im happy it didnt strip.

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