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    I realized my two fans where actually overloading...

    I realized my two fans where actually overloading the BEC on the ESC. Soldered together some female jst plugs into a trx adapter so I can run fans off of a second battery - works great although the...
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    So 140 degrees isn't too hot for the motor as it...

    So 140 degrees isn't too hot for the motor as it can run up to around 160 at the max, although you want to keep it much lower if possible. Most likely its not the 140 degree motor shutting you done,...
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    I’ve seen some people use snap clips before and...

    I’ve seen some people use snap clips before and of course you can shoe goo anything in place.
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    I have the stock ones with E clips and haven't...

    I have the stock ones with E clips and haven't had much issues other than I did have a clip get damaged from debris on the ground and had to be replaced.
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    Oh I broke it cause I had the slipper clutch too...

    Oh I broke it cause I had the slipper clutch too tight. I usually tighten it down all the way then back off like 1/8-1/4th of a turn -- forgot the loosen step. So completely my fault when it landed...
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    Went with the pro-ball diff (Part# 4420) to see...

    Went with the pro-ball diff (Part# 4420) to see if it meets my needs, I like the adjustability of it, although I understand it is not as good for bashing as the stock planetary - which is fine for...
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    If it’s leaking then it has to be one of a couple...

    If it’s leaking then it has to be one of a couple things, a) seals are leaking (maybe from over tightening or not being centered when diff case closed), the seals are too dry,, or b) the diff case...
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    I’ll third the aluminum tape underneath the body....

    I’ll third the aluminum tape underneath the body. It doesn’t stop flips and such from crushing, but it keeps the tires from rubbing for sure. I have almost my whole inner body covered in it.
  9. Thread: Good for kids?

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    I would second this ^^. The smaller size of a...

    I would second this ^^. The smaller size of a 1/16 does make kids tend to lean towards it - mine do - but if you are looking at them do anything other than drive it, then a larger size like 1/10th...
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    No one with words of wisdom?

    No one with words of wisdom?
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    Available Differential Options

    As a word of caution, having too tight of a slipper clutch makes the differential gears break off teeth...

    That said, I am in the market for a new differential. There is of course the stock...
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    You might have a good theory there. Anyways, I...

    You might have a good theory there. Anyways, I am sticking around 115 degrees on 3s now, so I feel good.
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    My motor fan didn’t quite cut it.. ESC still...

    My motor fan didn’t quite cut it.. ESC still overheated when I really pushed it on 3s... ended up with a 25mm fan from yeah racing.. which seems to do the trick:

    https://i.imgur.com/v6IYCXq.jpg
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    As a newer RC hobbyist, this confused me and made...

    As a newer RC hobbyist, this confused me and made me think it was broke. Then I realized that what its doing when you are moving forward is changing the "reverse" action to braking. It was a ah-ha...
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    Gotcha! I was thinking of the tops.

    Gotcha! I was thinking of the tops.
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    Both the stock shocks and the GTR versions have...

    Both the stock shocks and the GTR versions have threaded caps, the GTR ones have TiN shafts and an aluminum body vs the steel shaft and plastic body of the stock ones.
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    Try it and let us know how it works.

    Try it and let us know how it works.
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    What did you do to your 1/16 E-revo or Slash today?

    There’s a thread like this on the Slash 4x4 forum that has tons of interesting tid bits in it, thought I’d start one here.

    I’ll start...

    I was running a few rounds of 3s batteries and testing...
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    It would just make it harder to get to the...

    It would just make it harder to get to the buttons, and for air to roll over it. But with a fan the airflow shouldn’t be an issue.

    Here is how I approached mine. 40mm fan on an integy heat sink...
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    When my slash ultimate was new, on the second...

    When my slash ultimate was new, on the second battery through it, I lost a wheel nut. I had already tightened them out of the box and they are the serrated nylon lock nut. Tightened it back down...
  21. Love watching FPV RC videos -- makes me really...

    Love watching FPV RC videos -- makes me really want to invest. Is there a guide anywhere on how to set it up along with the long-range antennaes?
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    Lol yeah I guess so.

    Lol yeah I guess so.
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    I still say the 6780 diff is the best purchase I...

    I still say the 6780 diff is the best purchase I made for my slash 4x4. I pulled out the 1m oil and replaced with 60k though.
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    I cannot talk about the pipe as I haven't ever...

    I cannot talk about the pipe as I haven't ever explored that on my rustler 2.5, but I can give some info on the other questions.

    For a new trx engine, its going to be super tight when the piston...
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    whining only happens when it is slipping during...

    whining only happens when it is slipping during its normal operation. If it is very loose or your pad is toast, it could just spin with no noise. Tight it down all the way for testing. If it stops...
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