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    Torque(6.0V): 16.0 kg-cm (236.0 oz/in) ...

    Torque(6.0V): 16.0 kg-cm (236.0 oz/in)
    Torque(7.4V): 20.0 kg-cm (277.7 oz/in)
    Speed: 0.085 sec (6.0V) │ 0.066 sec (7.4V)
    Operating Voltage:6.0 ~ 8.4 DC Volts
  2. Thread: Gremlins

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    You need to get some blue loctite (removable) and...

    You need to get some blue loctite (removable) and put it on the screw going into the rear carrier. The plain screw going into the aluminum is going to vibrate loose on its own. Another way would be a...
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    I disagree on this. Traxxas sells the TSM...

    I disagree on this. Traxxas sells the TSM transmitter/receiver as an upgrade and there is no mention of needing a special ESC. There are numerous threads here of people using it with complete castle...
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    The gyro is in the receiver. The ESC should not...

    The gyro is in the receiver. The ESC should not be part of the equation as TSM is making adjustments by providing correction signals to the steering servo. Throttle is not modulated. You do need to...
  5. Factory Works has made some chassis kits that...

    Factory Works has made some chassis kits that mount mid motor. Contact Jeff via their Facebook page. They can make it from G10 or CF. They stopped selling them on eBay but still sell them direct when...
  6. The pinion to spur mesh may be too tight. That...

    The pinion to spur mesh may be too tight. That can do that. If the mesh is too tight it won’t roll freely either and will come to a stop much faster than normal. Try to loosen it a bit and see if the...
  7. Thread: Burned motor?

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    Not open it try to flush out whatever...

    Not open it try to flush out whatever contamination is in it.
  8. Thread: Burned motor?

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    Maybe try cleaning out the motor can before you...

    Maybe try cleaning out the motor can before you do anything else. It likely has some contamination in it. Use motor/electronic cleaner and douse it good to flush everything out. If you keep trying to...
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    I think the Blazer also comes with a light kit...

    I think the Blazer also comes with a light kit installed which along with the licensing to GM accounts for the difference. The Bronco which is in between the two doesn’t have the lighting.
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    Hopefully that red loctite will hold and save...

    Hopefully that red loctite will hold and save you some money. If not you might also be able to try some epoxy. I have seen a few people try that.
  11. Thread: Motor Seized

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    You could probably also clean it out and install...

    You could probably also clean it out and install new bearings to get it going again for less. It likely just the bearings that are bad.
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    Lots of them $40 shipped on eBay as well.

    Lots of them $40 shipped on eBay as well.
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    The rotor magnet has come loose from the shaft....

    The rotor magnet has come loose from the shaft. It might be possible to repair by re gluing it? It might also be possible to replace the rotor assembly in the motor. I know you can buy them for the...
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    It’s a safety / liability thing most likely. The...

    It’s a safety / liability thing most likely. The iD connector is the same thing. They are trying to make it really hard for an inexperienced user to mess up with Lipos.
  15. Aluminum looks pretty but it will get bent where...

    Aluminum looks pretty but it will get bent where a plastic part may flex and keep on going. If you are driving in any kind of way that is rough you will be better off sticking with plastic for most...
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    The screws used to attach the shocks at the...

    The screws used to attach the shocks at the aluminum caps are called shoulder screws. The shoulder for the screw is designed/sized to be a little longer than the thickness of the bore in the cap....
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    Based on the battery finder you show above the...

    Based on the battery finder you show above the 135mm 3s packs will fit. The 155mm 3s packs would not.
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    I don’t have a short one to compare. You could...

    I don’t have a short one to compare. You could consider replacing the chassis if needed. They are available for $15 or less shipped on eBay. The chop shops end up with a lot of them.
  19. Thread: Antenna Help

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    I went down and actually measured one I have...

    I went down and actually measured one I have taken off a Rustler VXL. The exposed end of the antenna is 29mm long. This is the insulated wire with the outer cover and shielding removed. It looks like...
  20. Thread: Antenna Help

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    On the 2.4 GHz radios only the exposed metal end...

    On the 2.4 GHz radios only the exposed metal end is the actual antenna. It needs to be about 32mm long.
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    The shift servo is for forward and reverse. 1 to...

    The shift servo is for forward and reverse. 1 to 2 is automatic controlled by rpm as you get up to speed.

    You would need a 3 channel tc/rx. You have to control gas and brake / steering/ and...
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    The electronics inside the servo are what the...

    The electronics inside the servo are what the over voltage will hurt. Too high of a voltage and some component will let out the “magic smoke” and irs done for.
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    Do you have the small 4 sided tool that came with...

    Do you have the small 4 sided tool that came with the truck? That will fit with the wheels on. You really need to be able to lock the diff down and stop it from moving so that you can remove or...
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    Can you put it in with your wheel off then place...

    Can you put it in with your wheel off then place the wheel back on the hex. You could try to do it with one wheel off and hold the drive hex with your hand maybe?
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    You need to have your slash setting with both...

    You need to have your slash setting with both rear wheels on the ground so the diff doesn’t spin when you try to loosen the nut. Do the same when you retighten it to set the clutch. Also hold the...
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