Type: Posts; User: infinitemass
Yep, that`s what I use. You`ll get better starts and longer battery times:D
Shock oil sounds a little light. I have 60wt in four and 40wt in four with dual rate springs.If you want to keep that oil,try the one hole shock pistons? Hope this helps.
Have about a half gallon through mine in my Sportmax. The thing is CRAZY! Unreal low end torque and holds a tune all day. If ya get one, you won`t be dissapointed.
gOOse, I`ll bet you dollars to donuts it`s the carb boot. If it was the backplate the airleak would be constant and easy to find. Supposedly www.nitrohouse.com will have all the parts in soon. If the...
"One weird thing was that there seemed to be a small amount of fuel around the rubber carb sleeve where it atttaches to the lsn."
Had that problem with my first P2. If the rubber boot is split or...
Have you done the pinch test?
Gotta go with these guys. The proline made a world of difference on my truck.
As for the motor, your gonna love it! An alternate fix for the throttle linkage(Like NitroMaster posted) is to just flip the black plastic thig that holds the two linkages together(I think it`s...
mitelewis said;I've got the bug BAD and my wife thinks I'm nuts!
To fix that I got my Wife her own T. Like Slowhand said, just get used to driving it.Oh, and get a temp gauge. That should be the...
I see your from Jersey too. That means the stock settings are too lean.Every engine I`ve had needed to be about one full turn richer than factory setting(3 .15pro`s, 2 TRX2.5`s, O.S. .18 and 2 Ofna...
I`m running 50wt. with dual rate springs.works well for me.
All my local hobby shop has is 10% so I went down to the drug store and picked up some castor oil(they have it in with the stomach ache stuff ). 1 and a half onces to each quart brings the fuel up to...
Never had any luck with the Traxxas plugs.Went with McCoy MC8 plugs and Sidewinder fuel.
I went with the pro line aluminum steering kit. No need for a servo saver.It`s built in to the steering. Here`s the link http://www.pro-lineracing.com/proline/parts/6019/6019.html
Man that thing has got to weigh a ton!!
There is a clutch built into the reverse gearing that won`t let it shift unless your almost at a dead stop. When you get it you`ll notice it "bucks" if you take off slow. Thats the clutch at work.
Back to basics. Are you running the stock tires? Hard packed oval would be a great place for pin or bow tie tires.
Sounds like the diff is in upside down.Just pull the rear bulkhead and flip the diff over.Hope this helps
Sounds lean. Have you tried richening it up? Depending on your altitude and where you run, the factory settings may be way too lean.
Been using McCoy MC8 with good results in mine.What kind of problems you been having?
Ofna Picco P2!!! You won`t be disapointed.:D
I try to support my local hobby shops. Yeah,it might be a few bucks more but the service is better. That and the more return business I give `em, the more discounts they give me.:D
Don`t think it applies to all motors as some are more "thirsty" than others. I know my .21 won`t go more than two seconds no matter how rich I set the LSN. Could be wrong though.;)
Hard pack with dust? Gotta go with pin or bow ties. I`ve been running the Imex Pin Dawgs with good results.
Thats the one I`m using. Works fine.