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    Yes, as others said above, it is normal for...

    Yes, as others said above, it is normal for 4-pole sensorless brushless motors to cog a little bit on low-speed startups. If you don't want a smoother low-speed startup, you can get a sensored...
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    If you have another VXL ESC and motor, swap them...

    If you have another VXL ESC and motor, swap them around and see if it's the ESC or motor.
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    Is it brushed or VXL? The braking power for the...

    Is it brushed or VXL? The braking power for the brushed motor is much weaker compared to brushless.
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    Try recalibrating both the ESC and transmitter....

    Try recalibrating both the ESC and transmitter. Hopefully, that will solve the problem. Did it start to have this problem recently or did it come like that?
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    I agree with Greatscott that the internal BEC of...

    I agree with Greatscott that the internal BEC of the Hobbywing is pretty strong. However, it's probably better to stay at 6V, since the Eco Power shift servos can take 6V tops.
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    To remove the motor, first, remove the three...

    To remove the motor, first, remove the three screws holding the motor cover. After that, the motor and motor mount should slide out vertically.
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    If you can, check anyways to make sure there...

    If you can, check anyways to make sure there isn't anything wrong with the ESC. If it is able to reverse without a problem not connected to the drivetrain, then it is most likely not the ESC.
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    To check if it is shifting, see if the servo has...

    To check if it is shifting, see if the servo has pulled the shifter all the way.

    You can also remove the motor to see if it reverses without any load.
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    To replace the oil, you need to unscrew the shock...

    To replace the oil, you need to unscrew the shock cap. For the springs, you just need to take off the spring retainer (compress the spring, slide the retainer up the shaft and pull it out).
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    I've only ever used Marine grease and the Traxxas...

    I've only ever used Marine grease and the Traxxas grease, and I can't really tell the difference other than the color.
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    There is an LCG battery tray:...

    There is an LCG battery tray: https://www.amainhobbies.com/bowhouse-rc-trx4-molded-low-cg-battery-tray-bwh-btx-0060j/p865867

    As for a whole LCG chassis, I haven't seen one yet for the TRX-4.
  12. Thread: Tire wear

    by RCWilly
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    The tires wear out fairly fast if you drift...

    The tires wear out fairly fast if you drift around the parking lot, but it looks like you have too much positive camber.
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    Does it reverse on high gear?

    Does it reverse on high gear?
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    I run 2 hole pistons 30W front, 35W rear on my...

    I run 2 hole pistons 30W front, 35W rear on my Slash 2wd, but I never jump it or anything like that.

    I think it is a good idea to go with 3 holes and thicker oil because the dampening action is...
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    They are rated 6V max.

    They are rated 6V max.
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    Awesome paint job!!! The black on purple look...

    Awesome paint job!!! The black on purple look very nice!



    Haha, I felt the same when I completed my Type R body, but after a few runs, I snapped a rear wing mount lol :lol: (a Slash crashed...
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    No, you actually still get to keep it. The rear...

    No, you actually still get to keep it. The rear differential drops right in and fits without drawbacks. I think the video you were referring to was made before Traxxas came out with the rear diff....
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    There are two types of BECs that essentially do...

    There are two types of BECs that essentially do the same thing, which is to regulate the voltage from the battery to a set voltage for the receiver, servo, and rest of the electronics. For example,...
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    The silicone grease isn't for gear lubrication, it's for the rubber gasket that seals the receiver box. Black lithium grease is usually used on bearings and in servos, but if that is all you have on...
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    Glad it's fixed! :thumbup:

    Glad it's fixed! :thumbup:
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    I think so...
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    The TRX-4 has the XL-5 HV, so it can take 3s no...

    The TRX-4 has the XL-5 HV, so it can take 3s no problem.
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    Also, make sure the bladders/diaphragms are...

    Also, make sure the bladders/diaphragms are seated properly (flat against the cap).
  24. Thread: wider wheels?

    by RCWilly
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    If you are planning on getting wider hexes, the...

    If you are planning on getting wider hexes, the front tires may rub the body when turning, so you may need to adjust and trim the body.
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    Welcome to Traxxas Forums! :thumbup: You don't...

    Welcome to Traxxas Forums! :thumbup:

    You don't have to get the Traxxas tool kit, but if you cannot find any 1.5mm, 2mm, 2.5mm, and 3mm hex wrenches around your area, then it is a good idea to...
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