Type: Posts; User: powerranger262
Yeah, youtube has some great videos to walk you through it no problem.
3-shoe rocks and has been indestructible for me.
If you can turn a screwdriver then it's not that hard.
^That seems like the best idea.
I say do it. Then patent and sell it. Then you can roll around in a vault full of money for your good idea. Do it fast before Traxxas beats you to it, they have enough money.
This always does it for me when I have any starting problems. It just takes the smallest piece of dirt to plug that needle up.
Seems like it could work.
Sorry about that, here is the right link. And yes, it's the rustler caster mod that somebody else posted on here.
Run whatever you want with this mod.
What are all the steps you took for polishing? It looks awesome.
Don't want to rain on your parade, but a few people running this setup ended up cracking headers when the muffler hits ground from wheelying and jumping. Just be careful with it or have some as...
Stop hitting stuff with it.
Get yourself a photobucket account.
That thing is sexy
Thing looks pretty nice. Seems like a pretty tough truck, now go break it in and beat the crap out of it!
Good luck with that also, they won't get back to you. I also tried making a post in here and it just disappears with no answers.
Could also be your clutch or slipper gear. Try messing with it a little. I also remember when mine wouldn't wheelie, I bought a 3 shoe clutch and that did it for me.
Ever since the forums changed to the new setup, I have had multiple problems with logging in. I put my username in and then my password, but it then tells me that it's wrong, but I know that it's...
Any time I have a problem starting, I unscrew the needle where the fuel line goes into the motor and blow the needle and the little black ring that goes around the needle out, it gets clogged up some...
Swapped axles, caster blocks from a Rustler. Here is the link. http://traxxas.com/forums/showthread.php?513483-Rustler-caster-mod-on-a-Jato-(Better-Pics)
Try cranking your rear springs a little to stiffen them up.
Is your battery box on the rear of the truck or in the middle?
Those really do look good. Did you paint them or do the oven cleaner on them?
Yep, get ready to beat the snot out of it though. It goes so many more places when lifted.
You are going to want to run it wide open right away, at least I wanted to. Just follow all the steps and your jato will last you a long time.