Type: Posts; User: RC-Fan
I love the emaxx so much that I have two.
Those are no longer made, a new design in being made, and hopefully will be out soon. They are expensive but worth it, you can actually run 1/8 diffs.
+1 I was doing fine while ran buggy tires on it, as soon as I put the trenchers on it, the rear diff got stripped. Shim the diffs might help a bit, but the stock diffs on the revo are a pain.
I don't think the fan has to do something with it, it sounds like an Esc issue.
That plate just rest on a pin, with a little pressure it should come out.
ch 1 is always steering
ch2 is for the esc not ch5.
The receiver should have a - or + , on top of the slot bay. the brown wire from the esc goes to the negative side.
check the on/off switch it is a common issue with the esc.
I would use a lexan piece.
MMM-2200 is the stock power plant, and it is what most people run on 4s, if you want tekin rx8 -2250 would be the equivalent.
sounds like a diff issue.
that's a series configuration, so you can run (2) 2s lipos for a total of 4s lipo or (2) 3s for 6s.
It doesn't come completely assembled, you need to do it yourself, or maybe you can find one on ebay already built.
Get a glitch buster, if that doesn't work you might need an external BEC, what servo is it? Maybe is a High voltage servo or a picky one like savox or spektrum.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battery_eliminator_circuit , depending on the servo you have you might not need it. I run hitec 7955, and it doesn`t need it.
what diff is that ?
good choice, that's exactly what I have on my emaxx.
I would say it is the Esc.
Both work good, but the tmaxx brake pad is cheaper since you don't have to buy all the metal pads. The double set up plate for six pads is made from Hot racing you only have to get all the parts and...
+1 ,I never broke in a slipper before.
if it is coming loose by itself put a bit of loctite on the nut.
650 for a NIB seems like a good deal.
nice review..they look good on the erevo
too much torque? Why don't you go back to 65 spur ?
Low c batteries will cause ripple current, and it will toast the Esc. If the truck is new you might be able to get the warranty.