Type: Posts; User: Throttlefinger
I have two spc 8200 mah batteries that are about 10 months old, one of these packs has lost about 3000 mah of capacity. If I run the truck until the lva goes off for this pack, one cell is at 3.2...
That's where they are on mine.
They don't look new for long do they? Sounds like you have some good places to run.
You could disconnect the motor at the bullet connectors and put power from a battery to the motor and see if it runs. If its not old I'd call traxxas support.
You would have to solder wire from the old servo onto the new one to get the length you need. The pre made servo extension would just plug in between the receiver and the servo.
You will have too either get another servo and hope its the right one, unless you can actually match it up which you can't do on ebay or you could get a servo extension harness to lengthen it. I...
I did a quick google search, other people have had this problem too, they said the servos come with 2 different length pigtails. Where did you get the servo from?
Are the wires on the new servo shorter than the ones on the old one?
Did you route it the same way as the old one? The wires for the left steering servo and the servo for the front diff run between the shock mount and the trans to get over to the right side.
The EVX-2 speed control won't handle the 3s 11.1 volt packs, you want the 2s 7.4 volt packs.
I bought an outerwears shroud, it keeps the snow out of the top of the chassis at least.
I've been running mine in the snow also. Which bearings were seized up?
Don't put any oil on the brushes. You could run in low gear for a pack or two but I don't think it really matters that much.
Spc lists the 8200 mah packs fitting the summit and e-revo.