Type: Posts; User: triplebvalp
The fail safe function of a radio system does not depend on the brand of servo. The transmitter is "talking" to the receiver and the receiver does what it is programmed to do.
You might want to go...
Is the clutchbell hitting the clutch shoe pins on the flywheel? If so, put a shim between the flywheel nut and the rear clutchbell bearing. This will space the clutchbell away from...
Yep, I run a Nova .21 in a 10 lb. Truggy ... get about 8.5 minutes run time. I had a .26 in the same Truggy, got about 7 minutes run time. Actually reduced my average lap time by about 2 seconds with...
You will find that the vast majority of Truggy racers run .21 engines. The 3.3 is a .20 so, the engine size is mostly insignificant, especially on a short technical track.
Stock Oil = 30wt.
^^^WOW,^^^ all one sentence without any punctuation. Made me tired reading it.
Hold on to the flywheel with a pair of channel lock pliers. Then, using a ratchet and deep socket, remove the flywheel nut.
Well, the NRusty is what got me into Nitro. Eventually leading to racing a Truggy. I dearly love to race my Truggy but, I always have a GIANT :D on my face when I run my Rusty :wub:
As has been said, restore thw HSN and LSN back to factory ..... here is the description:
Don't be afraid to adjust the...
7.5 tanks at 125cc per tank.
Is this what your looking for:
When my 2.5 was new, it would wheelie anytime I wanted on a surface with high traction. She has about a billion gallons through her now and is a little tired, but will still wheelie with certain...
Well, I have had my NRusty for about six years. I lost count of how many gallons I have on the engine. First couple of months, it was running well over 300 degrees with no ill effects. ( Didn't know...
I see your from AL ..... you practicing for the Wiregrass race?
Anyway, your theory could be correct. It would seem that the filter would have to be extremely dirty though.
I have seen engines...
The OS 8 plug is not the proper plug for your engine. It is a short plug and actually reduces compression. Here is a list of the proper plugs:
You stated "I will be going FOC and taking the trans apart to do it" so, it doesn't matter whether you have the Optidrive system since it is designed to keep you from going into reverse or forward at...
As stated by many others ..... THROTTLE CONTROL !!!!!
As a racer (I race Truggy class with an Ofna Hyper ST Pro), throttle control wins races, not speed. Throttle control also keeps you out of...
Yes, you can use your cordless drill ..... yes, it does make a difference how fast the cordless drill turns. I have found that a minimum of 1200 rpm's is desirable.
If you use a cordless drill,...
Seems as if I put them between the nut and rim.
I believe this is what you need:
Nope, just need a power source for the transponder. You could just split the battery cable.
Well, I am not certain if "ofna runs them on alot of thier new cars". Actually, I have never seen the Avid brakes included with an Ofna car. Ofna has their own line of aftermarket brake discs (some...
I use them on my Ofna Hyper ST Pro truggy ..... outstanding brakes :cool:
What I meant about mechanics is the total suspension geometry. The example I showed is indeed an off-road racing buggy. Suspension travel is certainly considered as is cornering...
It really depends on the total mechanics of the vehicle. Take a look at this ..... take notice of the angle of the front shocks: