hello and in advance thanks for any help. I just got a TMaxx for free from a friend of mine and I know nothing about nitro fueled models. so really any advice or tips and tricks of the trade would be helpful. im going by the hobby shop I use today to get some parts and help but would like others opinons also. Thanks for looking
I would check out the support area on here and download the manual and read it, that will get you started. Set the carb back to original settings and start from there. Nitro is fun but needs to be adjusted a little every time you run it. Depending on how long its been since it ran you may want to tear it down and do a cleaning and check the motor out and tighten everything up.
thanks for the info ill try all that out and see what happens lol
Defiantly read the manual, then read it again.
How long has it been sitting?
If the air filter looks iffy replace it, keep an extra on hand & swap them out hourly when running in very dusty places.
Older button type #5261, http://buy.traxxas.com/product_info....oducts_id=7639
Newer high flow type #5262, http://buy.traxxas.com/product_info....oducts_id=7641
Glow plugs #3232X, have extra's on hand as they are a consumable part.
Batteries,one of the best upgrades you can do is put a rechargeable 6V hump pack in your truck for the RX.
To make the hump pack plug N play get TRX#3034, http://buy.traxxas.com/product_info....oducts_id=5441
Make sure your EZ start battery&/or glow igniter is charged before heading out.
Watch a few video's on tuning on youtube before you head out, squirrelrod has some good ones
Look out for the tree/crunch!
LiPo? Naw NITRO!!
well thanks for yalls help I got it running yesterday and gotta say I pretty happy with it just seems slow off the line now I know I have some tuning to do to it but are there any other thoughts on a slow take off I couldn't even get it to wheelie from a stand still
Tuning has a lot to do with it I'm sure. Also tighten the slipper all the way and back off 1/4 turn. A loose slipper will cause it to be sluggish, although a slipper too tight will put undo stress on the tranny and diffs. You just gotta find the sweet spot for both tuning and the slipper. Have patience and tweak a lil at a time, never make big adjustments.
ya Im going to go home and tinker with it and to be honest im not sure on the model number but have been told its a 3.3 4x4 and will a good tuning help with a dying out problem when trying to start it it will start but die out after about 10 or 15 sec