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Old 04-21-2012, 11:55 AM   #5461
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Sounds like an outdrive or the scew is backing out of the shock piston. Those would be the next 2 things I look at.
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the only way to go it the shorty lipo. Most people dont use one because they dont already have one. But.... if they had one they would never use a full size pack again. It allows for adjustability on the chassis. You can place balance weight where you want. My Venom 3800 60c weighs 7 oz less than my Venom 5000 60c packs. Much happier all the way around.

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Awesome,thanks.

So 3800-4000mah is enough to last 5-6min?

How are those Venom Lipos holding up?
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I have a 3800 and it lasts longer than any main. I practiced with it for 15 minutes last week and it just kept going.
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Hey guys, I am experiencin some chatter from the rear wheels on steady throttle when lifted off the bench. Never really noticed it before. I checked the hub / cvd assembly replaced bearing and no dice. I am thinking its the outdrive wearing out a bit. Thoughts?
The chatter is from the angle the cvd in is from the outdrives at full droop, if you compress the arms just a slight bit, it goes away..I run the black (nitride or whatever) shock shaft, which are 3mm shorter, and my chatter disappeared..

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Old 04-21-2012, 04:51 PM   #5465
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building to run rear motor, on page 34 of the manual there is a step where you put 2 black spacers on the 30mm counter sunk screw that come through from the bottom of the chassis. Any idea how these are supposed to work in there? mine according to the parts tree they came off of (the spacers), are way too big to go in there anywhere that I can see. Any help would be appreciated. Spacers are pt. number 320128-6 black plastic.
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The chatter is from the angle the cvd in is from the outdrives at full droop, if you compress the arms just a slight bit, it goes away..I run the black (nitride or whatever) shock shaft, which are 3mm shorter, and my chatter disappeared..
Sticking 3 1mm spacers in there would do the same trick? Not ready to buy new shock shafts just yet. Also are you even using the droop screws?
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Sticking 3 1mm spacers in there would do the same trick? Not ready to buy new shock shafts just yet. Also are you even using the droop screws?
The spacers fit inside the angled plastic chassis plate, they should slide in to give the nut holder thing a flat surface to land and be bolted to-understand what I am saying? Droop screws-I dont use them, and yeah, the spacers will limit the shock the same way.
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Awesome,thanks.

So 3800-4000mah is enough to last 5-6min?

How are those Venom Lipos holding up?
Venom lipos are awesome. Can beat the value for dollar. And they have the lifetime guarantee. 3800 is plenty , I've run it on my 4x4 SCT for a 8min main no sweat.
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building to run rear motor, on page 34 of the manual there is a step where you put 2 black spacers on the 30mm counter sunk screw that come through from the bottom of the chassis. Any idea how these are supposed to work in there? mine according to the parts tree they came off of (the spacers), are way too big to go in there anywhere that I can see. Any help would be appreciated. Spacers are pt. number 320128-6 black plastic.
I believe the printed instructions have it wrong, the ones online have it corrected.
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Same in the manual, The black bits circled in red are what im having a problem with.
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Sticking 3 1mm spacers in there would do the same trick? Not ready to buy new shock shafts just yet. Also are you even using the droop screws?
the whole point of droop screws is to remove the labour intensive process of pulling the shocks apart and putting internal spacers in. Use them
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Same in the manual, The black bits circled in red are what im having a problem with.
use online manual, I did this a couple of weeks ago, its a -4 if I remember correctly.
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The spacers fit inside the angled plastic chassis plate, they should slide in to give the nut holder thing a flat surface to land and be bolted to-understand what I am saying? Droop screws-I dont use them, and yeah, the spacers will limit the shock the same way.
Gotcha, thanks alot. You running yours in mid-motor? I know you were playing around with the X-60 last time we talked.
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Same in the manual, The black bits circled in red are what im having a problem with.
I know myself and many others came across this. The right parts are in there. The online manual does not give a different part number?
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