Type: Posts; User: ntmaxx
Something like THIS.
Make shure your controller is set to 50/50, and not 70/30. 70/30 would give you too many degrees of rotation at the servo, which would move your throttle too far.
Put a dab of silicone on the clips. I use a tooth pick and put it over the end of the pin and clip. Haven't lost one yet.
9.33333333..... it never ends. The bell boy should have given them each 1.666.... to be exact.
Which came first, chicken or egg?
Each man paid 9.333...,which = 28, plus the 2 the bellboy kept makes 30.
I know O.S. makes a nice engine, but, is it really worth the amount T.H. is asking for the new .21 tm? Click here That is a little steep don't you think?
T.H. has them in stock.
Is this what your talking about?
With 70-30 you are better able to modulate the throttle.
I run O rings in place of the plastic ties. They are sized a little smaller than the rubber boot for the filter. When it is put on it stays on. Works realy good.
Flip your diffs. You are using reverse gear for forward running. Take the front diff and turn it 180 deg. and then do the same for the rear. The small metal gear is not used for forward operation. It...
Scroll to the bottom of the link. You will find the 4 wheel drive and reverse upgrades.
Put some shims behind the split bevel cone. That will move the flywheel away from the carb.
The following is from the tunning sticky. No# 3 seems to suggest your lsn is too rich.
"Pinch test for setting your LSN
1. With the motor warmed up do a WOT pass then pinch the fuel line 1-2”...
Usually they are an A.B.C. construction. Aluminum-piston, Brass cylinder with a chrome finish on the cylinder for wear.
Check your clutch bell bearings. Looking at the wear pattern on the spur it looks like the one furthest from the engine on the pilot shaft is shot.
So sorry, I messed up. http://www.misbehavin-rc.com/pit-lane/receiver-repair/g-receiver-repair.asp
That one gives length and a the procedure for reparing.
Link to the instructions.
Well that don't work.
Go to the bottom and look for "how to". It's in there.
I think this works now.
"If it was the slipper being too loose the pegs would get fried. SO inspect the peg area for anything that looks melted."
If he had the old black trany that would be true. But I do believe, from...
What you describe sounds like a slipper that is on the loose side. Tighten it up a little and try again.
I think the shock tower mount looks to be the weakest area on the bulks.
I just got to know where you got the mini jack?
Oh yea- the truck looks sweet so far.
Your friend needs as much help as his Maxx.:(