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Discussion in 'RC Offroad Forum' started by ty007cars, Apr 9, 2004.
Im not sure,matters on the person.
they might have a price for a tune up like a car,but also matters on the shop.
some shops do it for free. just ask for them to adjust it not a full tune
try a three shoe clutch............that will do it.....
whats a 3 shoe cluth?
Three shoe clutch is the part that sits right behind the clutch bell on the engine.... it install onto the flywheel...the clutch bell is the small gear, that moves the big gear, which is called the spur gear...the stock t-maxx only has a two shoe clutch.... meaning when the engine hit a certain rpm, the two shoe clutch opens and attaches to the clutch bell.... that is how your clutch bell starts to move...two shoe meaning that it is in contact only in two places on the clutch bell.... if you get a three shoe the grip on the clutch bell becomes better...allowing the truck to accelerate at a faster rate...which in return will make the car wheelie....
i have a 3-shoe on my maxx and it works great
i have the same problem, but mt maxx has the .15. will they wheelie, or just the 2.5?
it should wheelie just not as easily
dose anyone have a 3 shoe clutch i could buy? how would i know that mine are bad? will they have where?
is this a tmaxx or an emaxx. How are you using 2000mah batteries if it is a tmaxx? gas or electric?
dude,there 2000 mah reciever batterys. you know the batterys to power the servos?
i think that was saposed to be a burn. lol
put stiffer shox it worked for my rc10gt PLUS version orr you could zip tie a 5-10 pound weight onn the but it might look funny because the cars @$$ is draggin on the ground