Type: Posts; User: Blackwidow4
goto rccaraction.com they have a track directory
here's a bunch of pictures I have for ideas feel free to save any of them.
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i use brakleen on mine with no ill affects as of yet. I've been doing it for a few years now too.
it sounds like your carb is sticking open, you need to loosen the pinch bolt and angle the carb a little bit to free up the binding.
if you want to cut better straight line hold your hobby knife by the end and it will stay straight as you pull it, but it doesn't always work in tight area's.
this is the est i use and they are awesome.
move one of the collars on the brake linkage to make the linkage shorter, until it grabs like you want it to.
just like the title says i need a 3.3 crank case
or just buy this kit and never use a e-clip again.
cut some cooling holes in your body.
check this out, it should help you.
it won't work with the ez start, and you would need the clutch adapter and a new header, its a side exhaust engine, and the 2.5 and 3.3 are rear exhaust engines.
the OS will fit with very minor mods, and it a is great powerful engine. but you need to get the one with the short crankshaft.
if you got the MIP CVD's you don't need steel yokes, they come with there own, you also won't need to mod the stub axle because the MIP's come with them too.
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red is hot, black is ground, and yellow or white is signal
here is my homemade setup station, it's easy to make and easy to use.
i run 24/70 on my truck and i bet im getting close to 60, but idk i've never had it on radar. and i can still pull wheelies on command with my os 18. cvrx
I have around 1800 to 2000 plus, just on my revo including the truck, and about 1400 to 1800 in my nitro rustler including the truck.
no, you put and allen wrench in the to hold the shaft while you adjust the slipper clutch. http://www.traxxas.com/support/kb_search.php?action=artikel&cat=0&id=106&highlight=106
use clear nail polish for thread lock, it works the same
you can buy antenna wire on towerhobbies.com and just cut it to length and soldier it on, its easy or I can walk you through it on AIM or over the phone what every you prefer, just let me know, and...
try tightening the screws up that hold the bellcranks on. it should help a ;little bit until you can get bearings.
here is the one i use.