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    It's a little late now, but you should note that...

    It's a little late now, but you should note that Traxxas doesn't recommend the water break in method. The water break in method causes accelerated wear and tear on the motor, and it can shorten the...
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    Yup! You've definitely got to be careful in that...

    Yup! You've definitely got to be careful in that cold weather. I've been quite lucky over the years of running my R/Cs in the cold and the snow, but not all are as lucky!
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    I recommend breaking the motor in per the process...

    I recommend breaking the motor in per the process listed in the manual.



    As for maintenance, you'll want to clean the motor out with electric motor spray and lubricate the bushings with one...
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    The 12T Titan is a 550 sized motor; it is...

    The 12T Titan is a 550 sized motor; it is comparable to a 15-turn 540 sized motor. There really aren't a ton of great options out there these days as far as brushed motors go, but the 12T Titan is a...
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    For sale threads need to be posted in the Market...

    For sale threads need to be posted in the Market Place. Please be sure to read and abide by the Market Place rules when posting this thread there.


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    Did you break the motor in? If the boat was...

    Did you break the motor in?

    If the boat was new, I would give Traxxas a call.
  7. I'm not sure what to tell you. My old Nitro...

    I'm not sure what to tell you. My old Nitro Stampede has adjustable turnbuckles like I describe. In fact, so does my Sledge Hammer (older than the N-Stampede) and my Bullet (older than the...
  8. The turnbuckles have a standard thread on one end...

    The turnbuckles have a standard thread on one end and a reversed thread on the other. Removing the turnbuckles and ball ends for adjustment purposes is not necessary. All you need to do to adjust the...
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    That's a bearing brand I haven't heard mentioned...

    That's a bearing brand I haven't heard mentioned in a while! It's too bad they're not around anymore. :(
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    What you're likely seeing is a result of your...

    What you're likely seeing is a result of your slipper clutch slipping a bit. If you tighten up the clutch a bit, it will slip less (but more stress will be put on your drive train). Check out the...
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    You're not alone! Whenever I'm putting my E-Maxx...

    You're not alone! Whenever I'm putting my E-Maxx back together, I always consult the exploded views when installing the diffs. I've also seen some folks mark the top of the diff cases to make things...
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    That could certainly be your problem.

    That could certainly be your problem.
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    I'm sorry, but technical support for non-Traxxas...

    I'm sorry, but technical support for non-Traxxas products is not permitted here. You'll have to contact the manufacturer of your gyro for support of this nature.


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    Please note that posting the same thread in...

    Please note that posting the same thread in multiple sub-forums is against the forum rules.


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    That's a great looking truck!

    That's a great looking truck!
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    Unless it has been updated, that sounds like a...

    Unless it has been updated, that sounds like a newer one.
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    Some scrap lexan and shoe goo would probably do...

    Some scrap lexan and shoe goo would probably do the trick. When the glue cures, all you'll have to do is drill new holes.
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    Attempting the water break in method could be...

    Attempting the water break in method could be part of your problem. It's possible that you over did it and damaged the motor. I'd try breaking your next motor in per the manual.

    It's a process...
  19. If you're not too concerned, the Hitec servos...

    If you're not too concerned, the Hitec servos that ksb mentioned would be good choices. The Futaba S3305 is another one I would add. I think those servos came out in the early 2000s, but I could be...
  20. I run a vintage Cirrus (clear case) in my Sledge...

    I run a vintage Cirrus (clear case) in my Sledge Hammer. I forget what I've got in my Bullet, but I bet it's a vintage 2018. I often just ended up using vintage 2018s on my vintage builds, as they...
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    In addition to these questions, was the motor...

    In addition to these questions, was the motor properly broken in?
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    That sounds like a pretty good deal! Is it the...

    That sounds like a pretty good deal! Is it the newer or older style?
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    Both excellent ideas! I hope you get her up and...

    Both excellent ideas! I hope you get her up and running soon!
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    Old thread alert! Sorry guys, but I'm going to...

    Old thread alert! Sorry guys, but I'm going to close this one down.


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    Since the moisture won't really have anywhere to...

    Since the moisture won't really have anywhere to go (save for the small holes in the wheels), I highly doubt that would work. Also, putting things on heating vents is generally not a good idea.
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