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  1. The brushed 2wd version comes with a battery and...

    The brushed 2wd version comes with a battery and charger. It’s not a lipo battery though so it doesn’t last very long and loses power as it runs. You can upgrade them to a 2s lipo. The brushless ones...
  2. Why does this thread ^^^ reek of this thread vvv...

    Why does this thread ^^^ reek of this thread vvv
    https://forums.traxxas.com/showthread.php?9087763-Does-landing-on-the-rear-wheel-break-a-driveshaft-on-the-erevo-2-0

    Specifically from post 7 on
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    Yeah drilling them is a pain but it’s doable....

    Yeah drilling them is a pain but it’s doable. Easier like a few people have said to melt them. But why would you go to all the trouble to make an adapter to put them on a drill when you can just put...
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    Since I’ve had mine for like 6 months now and...

    Since I’ve had mine for like 6 months now and still haven’t actually jumped it, I took mine over to a friends house and made a ramp out of a piece of plywood and a skid lol. Had the skid standing up...
  5. I didn’t see anything called a skylark on their...

    I didn’t see anything called a skylark on their website but everything on there looked to be for airplane use. Especially the ESCs. Hopefully you got it cheap enough that you can replace the motor...
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    Try turning your tsm knob to a different position...

    Try turning your tsm knob to a different position when it does this
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    Definitely seems unnecessary to have 1000+ oz of...

    Definitely seems unnecessary to have 1000+ oz of steering torque lol. Even the heavy duty servo saver spring will flex way before you ever will get to use anywhere close to that. Honestly one of...
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    Just remove the positive wire from the esc...

    Just remove the positive wire from the esc connector, wrap the sensor wire around some of the exposed wire between the pin and the insulation, solder it, and reinstall the pin back into the connector...
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    Did you buy the separate motor temp sensor? If...

    Did you buy the separate motor temp sensor? If so, mine did that for a while too. I had to change the name of the esc temp gauge in the app and it started working correctly. Also make sure you have...
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    I think someone told me a while back to keep it...

    I think someone told me a while back to keep it under 180. The motor temp sensor and the telemetry app are very accurate. I shot the motor with a temp gun one time and the temp gun reading and the...
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    And if you hit something hard with a front wheel...

    And if you hit something hard with a front wheel the servo saver will flex and keep the impact off of the servo

    Heavier spring just makes it stiffer for heavier duty servos with metal gears, this...
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    The chargers shut off when they get to the level...

    The chargers shut off when they get to the level that they need to be (full charge/storage charge). Once they’re there you can leave them plugged in as long as you want, it won’t cause any damage,...
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    When I bought a second pair of batteries for my...

    When I bought a second pair of batteries for my revo I thought about getting a set of 2s batteries too. But I went with another pair of the 5000mah 3s traxxas ones. I’m glad I did that because once I...
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    I’d just run it. You may have problems, you may...

    I’d just run it. You may have problems, you may not. To me there’s no reason to replace that expensive of a component before it fails unless you’ve just got them sitting around or something.
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    It’s not driveline related, but the first thing I...

    It’s not driveline related, but the first thing I did to mine was the aluminum chassis brace. I’ve got 6 or 8 sets of batteries through mine now (all 6s) and I’ve had nothing serious break yet....
  16. When I changed my diff oil I found that they were...

    When I changed my diff oil I found that they were really low from the factory too. Basically just a coating on all the parts, but really no fluid standing in the diff itself. Maybe this is just how...
  17. By far the best thing you can do to keep your...

    By far the best thing you can do to keep your servos alive is to align them with each other. Out of the box, my two servos were incredibly out of sync and this caused them to constantly be fighting...
  18. When I was running my revo2.0 in training mode,...

    When I was running my revo2.0 in training mode, it seemed to have full braking functionality but in the book it says that training mode cuts both the throttle and brakes back to 50%. I really didn’t...
  19. The factory has the slipper clutch around 1 turn...

    The factory has the slipper clutch around 1 turn back from fully tight. But it’s a wear part so you will need to just set it to where you like it. I’m not exactly sure what you mean with the spur...
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    Ok cool, thanks for the advice. I think to start...

    Ok cool, thanks for the advice. I think to start Iíll leave the 50k in the front and see what the 100k in just the back will do.

    For what itís worth, when I pulled my diffs apart, the front diff...
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    Yeah it’s kind of overwhelming all the different...

    Yeah it’s kind of overwhelming all the different weights and how different weights in the front and back can affect drivability. I ordered some 100k for the rear, I’ll see how that does and then...
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    I definitely wouldn’t use threadlocker on...

    I definitely wouldn’t use threadlocker on plastic. For one, threadlocker has a tendency to damage plastic and make it brittle, and for two, threadlocker needs metal-on-metal contact to actually work....
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    Yep you’re right. I just looked it up in the...

    Yep you’re right. I just looked it up in the manual and the factory stuff is 50k. I guess I’ll have to return what I got and look for something thicker lol.
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    I could of swore I saw somewhere that the factory...

    I could of swore I saw somewhere that the factory oil in the front and rear diffs was 30k. I ordered some 50k last night so if they are filled with 50k already that wonít help me any. Iíll have to...
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    Diff oil weight?

    What is everyone running in their diffs on the 2.0? Iíd like to use some thicker oil in mine due to slight tire ballooning while turning, what is a good weight for general running mostly off road? Is...
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