Type: Posts; User: dextermeth
I just got a brand new E-Revo brushless and as I was checking all the little nooks and crannies I noticed that my left front shock spring is maroon and noticeably thinner than my right...
Mine just keep dying. I forget, it is either 3 or 4 at this point.
That doesn't surprise me, but that isn't an amperage thing. Well, unless you were blasting it with too much amperage I guess.
Wow. This thread should be edited and stickied for all the new lipo folks.
It should be rebounding though. There is no reason for it not too. Why would mine rebound and yours not? There has to be something going on.
As far as shock oil goes, wouldn't thicker oil...
There has to be something extremely obvious that you are overlooking because that doesn't make any sense. They rebound off the truck, but not on. They aren't binding yet they don't rebound on the...
TAT your workspace looks so clean! If I want something I usually have to move 14 piles to get to it :lol:
I'm about 99.999999999% sure that isn't it.
Well I definitely don't know what was wrong with them. I would get a balancer voltage too low error on the pack, send it back to maxamps and they would assess it. Every time it was "the cells won't...
I'm now on my 4th dead Maxamps lipo. All 3s 8000mah.
I'm no scientist (although I do have the degree :lol: ) but I'd say that is enough bad batteries to say "no amount of customer service can fix...
How much length are you adding to those pedes? My slash dwarfs my flm extended pede still.
I dunno if you are supposed too, but I always toss my batteries on the charger a few minutes before heading out the door.
Go 3s and gear down to 16. You'll be in throttle control heaven.
My general rule of thumb:
Aluminum on the outside - casters and carriers/turny thingamobobs, then RPM arms. All that happens is the pins pop out and you just unscrew them and put it back in. Its a...
You know whats funny is when I was a kid I used to launch my tamiya hot shot off of 6' quarter pipes and I never broke a single part, ever. That thing was completely bulletproof.
I'm in agreement there. I got several of the same responses when I came here with basically the same thread after I got my pede :lol:
I snapped a rear one in the first few days. My wheel fell off and the truck veered into a curb. I ran it for a couple days and had no idea that the outside edge of the O had a big crack in it.
Why would the truck that goes 60 not need the better bearing carriers? That was one of the first parts I replaced.
In fact there is a good argument to be made that the majority of those with problems would end up here. I tend to ignore a products forums until something goes wrong, personally. Then if there is a...
TAT2 = win
The reality is that these things should not require any tightening of gear mesh or axle nuts out of the box. After a few runs, sure. But RTR is RTR.
I personally find the quality unacceptable, but...
Same amount of throttle over a longer range. It makes reverse dangerously touchy though, so I recommend paying close attention when using reverse.