Type: Posts; User: t-maxximum
Use CA glue from the hobby store, thin is the best, or you can use thin Super glue from anywhere. They are the same thing.
If you going through that many plugs, and it's running that hot it's probably lean.
Is the little brass disk in there?
Is the rod that actuates the brakes all the way down in the transmission?
I would just use this time to upgrade your servo saver. I have a red ofna one that I like.
That's not exactly a good argument. There is a huge aftermarket because the t-maxx has been out for a decade.
Just don't crash then you don't have to worry about it.
Just cut the springs a little that's what I did, then you still have the good suspension drop. Thicker oil won't do anything for the ride height, all it does is dampen the suspension. By moving the...
I thought it came with just enough to lubricate the gears.
If you put it in there.
Just be careful to not drive it on the pavement otherwise you will break drive shafts.
I love 50wt oil all around it works good, and I only have to buy one oil. It works great with my Trinity firm springs in the back an 2 firm and stock up front.
Good luck, it took me forever to find 4mm nuts.
You could also put fuel tubing around it.
No problem, but be proud of where you are from.
It's in between the 2.5 and 3.3
Yes that is it
Yes tire size matters.
Larger tires give higher top speed and lees torque
Smaller tires lower tops peed higher torque.
I'm not positive, but I think revo tires have the same outer diamiter as...
instale em alguns dos espaçadores extra que vieram com você t-maxx
Maybe a picture will make this easier.
Those aren't for the shocks, and what do you mean left and right what?
I wouldn't get them because they are expensive and heavy. Rotating mass slows you down a lot more than just extra weight.
You put them on along with the other spacers.
You may also want to get some kind of sway bars.