Type: Posts; User: uram3
It depends on where you live and what type of weather you have there. If its humid a lot then the bearings will slowly rust. But if its usually really dry air they shouldn't rust.
It also depends...
I think mine were 5x8x2.5. It required a little force but they work.
Will keep your servo from wearing out as fast.
I figured that I should bring all of my tools but I want to know more about parts on the RC I should bring?
as then title says im going to the track for the first time ever and im wondering what spare parts I should bring.
according to the tracks website it has a lot of jumps, so I figure I should...
I have used a slightly bigger allen wrench to get mine out.
For nimh i normally put a few charges through them and they run better. I havent owned lipos very long.
I cant currently justify spending that much money.
Thats just a little out of my price range.
Thanks for the help.
Where can i find 100k and 500k, my lhs only goes up to 50k.
I put 50k in it when i got it
Is there anyway to strengthen up the diff gears other than shims or updated bulkhead?
But wouldnt that put more stress on the rear diff?
Hi,so i just got the traxxas center diff th help releave the stress on my rear diff. But now the front tires balloon like crazy. Is there any way to prevent this, like putting more weight on the...
Its not in training mode, and i havent messed with the slipper clutch scence i bought it
My only other concern is normaly i can do wheelies, where as ive seen people with the same setup do wheelies.
And now i cant
Yes speed wise. Running in parallel, im using stock gearing, previous runs were with traxxas series 1 in parallel he had 3/4 charged stock
Im new to lipos and i just got 2 traxxas 2c 2200 mah and i was wondering if its common for lipos to be slower than nimh batteries first charge. They wer quite slow, my friends e maxx could keep up at...
The car might not be aligned properly. My merv does that and so do my other rc's
My point exactly
The diff allows the wheels to spin at different rates when you make turns. If the diff is locked then the wheels will spin at the same rate.
It would affect your steering
They should all balloon on sync.
Your drive line might be binding somewhere
Its an anolog servo, not digital so the receiver dosnt wamt to work with it. It just took me some time to find out.