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    Thank you for reminding, I'm sorry and you can...

    Thank you for reminding, I'm sorry and you can feel free to forgive my blindness and my only excuse is that I post on both forums, anyhow sometimes God forgives but instead of waiting too long, I...
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    Sometimes you need the use of a 7mm and 8mm...

    Sometimes you need the use of a 7mm and 8mm wrench to fully compressed it, also there's a place to put a 7mm wrench on the slipper clutch shaft and just to see if it solves the problem, you can try...
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    Gearing and slipper clutch adjustment are one of...

    Gearing and slipper clutch adjustment are one of the factors which can influence on the acceleration of a vehicle, stock gearing is 11 / 54 and the minimum recommended slipper clutch setting is 1/2...
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    There's really a little difference in relation...

    There's really a little difference in relation with sagging problem when more shock spacers are added because it only increases the ride-height and shocks stiffness by a little but it causes more...
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    I reported him and they have sent this caveman...

    I reported him and they have sent this caveman back to his cave, his post has been deleted and his nickname no longer appears on the Forum's member list.
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    The caveman comes from a dark place and needs to...

    The caveman comes from a dark place and needs to do some bartering to survive. No, seriously this guy is wise and probably knows that moderators do not have much time to read every posts one by one...
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    Hot Racing makes a very good steering bellcrank...

    Hot Racing makes a very good steering bellcrank and it is adjustable to suit your servo needs, it's expensive but it reduces the front wheels (left / right) oscillations and this help keeping the rod...
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    I didn't know that the Hoss comes with a center...

    I didn't know that the Hoss comes with a center diff already installed because I have a 4x4 Rustler and I have asked on the Rustler Forum but at the time no one answered. Also I think that a million...
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    I didn't know that the Hoss comes with a center...

    I didn't know that the Hoss comes with a center diff already installed because I have a 4x4 Rustler and I have asked on the Rustler Forum but at the time no one answered. Also I think that a million...
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    By what you described I think it's exatly the...

    By what you described I think it's exatly the kind of behavior that I looking for. Also what would you recommended to use in the front and rear diffs. I ask because I know that the front and rear...
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    Center diff questions

    Hi. I plan to install a center diff but I need to know if I'm wrong about thinking when the oil weight is increased, it will transfer more power to the rear wheels..? Also what should be a good...
  12. Differentials oil weight for racing application

    Hi guys..! Over the time I've modified my 4 by 4 Rustler to be a real racing beast but now it's time to set it up with the appropriate diffs oil and I just need to have a good starting point because...
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    Most of the time when bearings wear out, the...

    Most of the time when bearings wear out, the clearances increase slowly as well as the amount of friction, then suddenly one of them seizes on the shaft but usually the front bearing is the one who...
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    Sure it could be one or the other but just to...

    Sure it could be one or the other but just to answer the question that nobody asks, how do we know if the problem comes from the motor or the ESC, I would answer that most of the time when a ESC is...
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    I could be wrong but usually when some bearings...

    I could be wrong but usually when some bearings get worn out, it does not affect the ability to pop up wheelies and it mostly affects the top end speed. Also the most common cause of a huge drop of...
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    I am in the hobby for about 30 years now and I am...

    I am in the hobby for about 30 years now and I am always happy when I learn something new, also for the price and the quality of the setup, I think it's a good option. Thanks for the information.
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    Unless I missed something I can't see how it...

    Unless I missed something I can't see how it would be possible to install a 4x4 Rustler servo saver bellcrank on a 2WD Rustler because the servo arm is on the left and on the 2WD Rustler is supposed...
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    It's always possible to install a Kimbrough servo...

    It's always possible to install a Kimbrough servo saver or a Hot Racing one but if you want to eliminate most of the slop in the steering setup, the best solution is to go with a Hot Racing aluminum...
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    Traxxas receivers have two channel one ports (to...

    Traxxas receivers have two channel one ports (to plug in two servos like on the E-revo) and it could be confusing to plug the ESC in the channel one port two, instead of channel two as usual.
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    All you said is in agreement with my observations...

    All you said is in agreement with my observations and the only way I found to remove the play which is common to aluminum carriers, is to install two or even three nylon washers. (Traxxas 1985) This...
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    I was hesitating to suggest Shoe goo or epoxy but...

    I was hesitating to suggest Shoe goo or epoxy but with Shoe goo the problem is that it can't resisted no more than about 130F but it's a good product and it can be used in many places. it is...
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    Sometimes when a ESC reaches a certain...

    Sometimes when a ESC reaches a certain temperature the plastic case can deforms and takes off from the epoxy but like Acidic said, if it works keep using it, also to make sure it will be water proof...
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    The most common cause of tires wobbling is...

    The most common cause of tires wobbling is because some of the wheels are out of balance and like real cars, our RC vehicles wheels needs to be balanced. Also there are many advantages to do it and...
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    The better way I know to keep my ESC under the...

    The better way I know to keep my ESC under the thermal protection cut off is to go with an aluminum 10mm height high speed turbo fan, the fact is that all of the other fans unit don't give enough RPM...
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    There's no problem, it was a pleasure to help...

    There's no problem, it was a pleasure to help you. Good choice to go with the Castle system, I have one since 6 years now and it has never let me down but the Velineon system is somehow durable if it...
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