Type: Posts; User: hutch959
ive charged it already... no issues.
Im gonna run that bad boy and keep a camara close by for the fireworks!!!
so.. im assuming that the real risk of it puffing or blowing is when it is being charged or discharged.
No problem charging...
ill keep an eye on it the first run.
my bet is its fine.
So i dropped my ***** today... from about 4 ft onto concrete. It hit right on the end and crushed a little of one of the cells... on the end.
It didnt blow up.
It didnt get hot
It took a...
Havent been able to find the dimensions thru searching.
Anyone have the dimensions of the battery compartment... without the adapter
what he said
Mine pop out right were the half shafts go into the diff. These pics show wrap over the sliders... mine dont pop out there.
and they pop out on the rear mostly.
Soon as they do once... it down...
running 1, 3S *****... will flip over front side on brakes
i have two of them. One of them fits perfect the other is a little tight... but no issues
soldering guns emit a magnetic field... which will wipe out sensitive electronic equipment (chips). Batteries are probably ok...but would not want to use them around anything else
if i have the transfer case in my hand... and turn the shaft.. and if feels all loose and noisy.. then it needs something.
Maybe not oil based.. but silicon crease wont hurt.
just help with the...
peice of black duct tape on the clips..
no more lost
my transfer case has started to make more and more noise... so i took the motor off, pulled it out and even when rotating it with your hands you could tell it was not really smooth.
Took all apart...
does the shrink wrap allow the joint to flex properly?
yea... i got mixed up.. sorry. haha
awesome... yea, that took me about 30 seconds...
just buy two....
so.. after the first run i notices the tires coming off the rims slightly. After the second run... they need attention.
Should i just do the normal... medium CA?
the right lipo doesnt get hot at all.. Only reason left one does cause the esc radiates thru the plastic.
i have the same batteries... and 2 more would be mega tight. You may be able to get them in... but would be mega hard getting them out. Not sure if good for the battery to have pressure on it either
yea... cause mine was good. I only found one screw a little loose...but not much
i guess you could look at it two ways.. they "barely fit" or they "fit perfect" ha:lol:
if i dont wrap it in something... it will be scraping of peices of lithium polymer.. anyway.. i pulled the tape really tight and kind of makes them slide in a little better
yep.. got the pinion changed now. should be good to go.. so question. I plan on letting my kids run it just with one 7.2 v. Will it be ok with the small pinion on it? should just slow it down.......
yep.. they are tight... you literally have to push them in. and then no way to get them out. I took duct tape.. made a handle on them and then wrapped them in electrical tape. that was they slide in...