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    The reason you don't want to connect the TRS to...

    The reason you don't want to connect the TRS to the servo horn is because you would have no protection should the servo horn or linkage fail.
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    Those bearings are some strange things. Some...

    Those bearings are some strange things. Some last ten gallons, some only last one tank.
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    That's a typo.

    That's a typo.
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    Unscrew the shock from the arm, and uncrew the...

    Unscrew the shock from the arm, and uncrew the two screws that hold the arm mounts to the chassis (the two in front of the ones that hold the bulkhead down). You can then swing the arm and mount out...
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    Check the hinge pins and turnbuckles, too.

    Check the hinge pins and turnbuckles, too.
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    It won't work on the NR without some...

    It won't work on the NR without some modifications. The electric vehicles have longer posts that the bellcranks are on.
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    It won't spin the opposite direction unless the...

    It won't spin the opposite direction unless the outer gear can't turn (e.g. brakes applied). Make sure you pack the diff case with a thick silicone grease (1000+).
  8. Thread: Help!!!

    by Tazz R/C owner
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    I'm not sure about that, but I know that the...

    I'm not sure about that, but I know that the pinout for the battery is the same as the servos.
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    I really don't think you can beat the AE pipe for...

    I really don't think you can beat the AE pipe for the money. I've had mine for six years and haven't found anything I like more for a comparable price.
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    They've got them at Turner Field, I don't know...

    They've got them at Turner Field, I don't know how they could be illegal.
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    I still like my Pro-Line Striker IIs.

    I still like my Pro-Line Striker IIs.
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    That was me... ;) The rear bumper is the best...

    That was me... ;)

    The rear bumper is the best place for a second tank if you don't want to really upset the handling. It does, however, leave the second tank in a vulnerable position. A hard...
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    The fuel puck-up is on the bottom of the tank. ...

    The fuel puck-up is on the bottom of the tank. If the truck is up-side-down, the fuel will be sitting on the top of the tank, away from the pick-up. Because the tank is pressurised, it has to push...
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    Two 5x11x4mm bearings for each front wheel and...

    Two 5x11x4mm bearings for each front wheel and rear stub axle carrier.
    Six 5x11x4mm bearings go in the tranny, but if you bought a cheaper set, don't bother replacing the Traxxas bearings.
    Two...
  15. Yes. The Pro .15 and the TRX (sport) .15 use the...

    Yes. The Pro .15 and the TRX (sport) .15 use the same engine case. Any part of the Pro .15 will fit the Sport .15.
  16. Thread: Servos?

    by Tazz R/C owner
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    The 2018 servo (throttle/old steering servo) puts...

    The 2018 servo (throttle/old steering servo) puts out ~42oz-in of torque and has a 0.22 second transit time. The 2055 servo (current steering) puts out ~80oz-in of torque, but is a little bit slower...
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    The tank was redesigned once before (a few years...

    The tank was redesigned once before (a few years ago). They had a primer bulb on the lid and a "check valve" on the pressure tube. The primer bulb tor easily and the check valve rarely worked.
    ...
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    It sounds like your one way bearing is slipping...

    It sounds like your one way bearing is slipping on the starter shaft. You may have put it on backwards, or it may be dirty.
    I'm not sure if you have the TRX Pro .15 or the TRX2.5 engine, so I'll...
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    The truck will need some titanium parts like...

    The truck will need some titanium parts like pins, turnbuckles, and shock shafts; maybe even a ti chassis. A better radio will never hurt anything (except maybe your wallet :p). And although the...
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    Thank you to Traxxas.

    The REVO is just the truck I have been waiting for. The T-Maxx and Sport-Maxx are great trucks compared to the other stuff that was available, but still had too many...
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    Put the black drive hub, washer, and nut on the...

    Put the black drive hub, washer, and nut on the crankshaft. Then, cut the crank on the outside part of the nut.
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    1. Friction; from the piston rubbing along the...

    1. Friction; from the piston rubbing along the shock body, the shock shaft passing through the o-ring, and the oil travleing through the shock piston itself.

    2. The springs are still compressed...
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    There are two good ways to do this. The absolute...

    There are two good ways to do this. The absolute best is to get shorter shocks.
    The other is to do as I have suggested before, buy shorter and stiffer springs (those in nrustlerman231's post work...
  24. Thread: Q-Maxx?

    by Tazz R/C owner
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    Re: Re: Q-Maxx?

    At least somebody knows what's going on.
    :p
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    What you have looks great, but if you tried to...

    What you have looks great, but if you tried to use it you would have some binding problems - the bellcranks are on backward/upside-down.

    ;)
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