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Old 07-29-2016, 01:39 AM   #20536
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Guys my B5M lite stalls after a few laps especially landing hard on a jump and bottoming out. I took out the fan on my motor and the problem went away. Does anybody had any problem similar to my experience. Really need the fan to keep the motor temp down. Is it the reciever that I am using? I run the stock telemetry receiver that came with the Futaba 4PLS radio system the Futaba R304SB Receiver and the LRP Flow Works team ESC.

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Have any of you gone back to the original b5m setup? Gullwing arms and b5m rear arms?
I may try it Wednesday to see how I like it.
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sounds like theres a short in the fan or the fan wiring. try a new fan
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Old 07-29-2016, 01:14 PM   #20539
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sounds like theres a short in the fan or the fan wiring. try a new fan
I have another fan in the mail.. But fyi this fan is like 1 month old and functions well.
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I would contact LRP and change the speed controller.
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Have any of you gone back to the original b5m setup? Gullwing arms and b5m rear arms?
I may try it Wednesday to see how I like it.
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Old 07-30-2016, 12:23 PM   #20542
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Anybody knows if someone sells a more heavy duty diff outdrives. Mine got chewed up by the dogbone pins. And is there a dogbone or cvd/cva that has the pins going into the outdrive REMOVABLE or REPLACEABLE? I remember MIP had those for the RC10GT ... They we're called CVDs back then.
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prettybsure they can all have the pins pressed out
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So I just got done racing on a low/med bite track with my b6 laydown. I was the only one to even have a laydown car in the facility. I was very close on fastest lap times. I went to this race thinking my car was going to be undrivable and it completely exceeded my expectations. This laydown car can be successful on a low bite surface with the correct setup.
Good to hear but this is the b5 thread should share it in the b6 thread as well
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Wrong thread lmao oops
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Just get MIP pucks if you're worried about outdrive wear. You'll have to replace the plastics pick over the pin every 5-10 race days but problem solved and you'll accelerate faster
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Just get MIP pucks if you're worried about outdrive wear. You'll have to replace the plastics pick over the pin every 5-10 race days but problem solved and you'll accelerate faster
good idea. I will do that after the next rebuild.
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You guys that have added the 3rd hole in your front arm did you adjust your droop?
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You guys that have added the 3rd hole in your front arm did you adjust your droop?
Yes, you typically use 22-22.5mm with the 3rd hole
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