Type: Posts; User: CHADILLAC
Bump for all opinions given to u. You are really overcomplicating this. Run higher Nitro or bigger engine or both
I would give you $300
I was under the impression that the red aluminum rods were lighter
Traxxas 2.4 and receivers would work on both wouldn't they?
If the truck moves forward with no throttle and your idle is set correctly then your clutch spring os probably broken assuming you're runnersng the stock clutch. Or if the cb does not spin under...
Plus 1 on what al said. Dave at buku is top notch and I've never had a clutch engage as well as these new brass komposite shoes. Just fantastic
U should post a want to buy in the market
I agree with carguy on the os holding a tune but I've ran both the os .21 and the picco .26s the red dot has much more power than the os and also holds a tune well
He would have to be talking about revo arms
I run 30% as well and we're pretty close on temps right now and I'm only 900 ft above sea level so i'll start with those needle settings thanks for the info
What's your climate and altitude jl?
I run a picco .26 red dot on mine and I love it
Yea to each his own I guess I just enjoy tuning and rebuilding as much as racing or bashing
Clockwise is lean counter is rich
The paper trick is nice but honestly its not that tough. I set my mesh by feel alone and have gotten almost 2 gallons on this spur still in great shape just set it so that it feels smooth but not...
Imo u would be better off replacing the bearings in your block rather than buying one that u don't know the condition of.
Yea I've seen a lot of slayers rtr for around $200
I'm sure we can troubleshoot the problem with enough info. Or do u just prefer electric?
Why convert it?
I'm running the 3 shoe buku in mine and after about 4 tanks there was significant wear on the shoes and I have my clutch engaging very fast so slipping all the time was not a factor. Buku says that...
Yep as he said there could be a number of issues. So go back to the basics. Put a fresh glow plug in and set needles back to factory. 1mm idle gap, lsn flush and 4 turns out on hsn. Also does the...
A very high idle with a properly set idle gap (1mm) is usually an indication of a lean lsn or air leak. If u have confirmed that there r no leaks then I would set my idle gap back to 1mm and richen...
I would recommend a soft compound for hard pack proline offers several different styles of sc tires. I run bow ties on my rc10gt and my slayer pro they work great
Lol good call on the date carguy