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Old 01-04-2015, 06:54 AM   #10156
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Has anyone figured out how to put the mm4gear gearbox in the RM chassis?
Why? The 3 gear in the rear motor is perfect.
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Old 01-04-2015, 03:25 PM   #10157
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ok I need help I have a new viper 8.5 to a tekin rs gen to esc
some time I have brake some times I don't epa on raido 100 esc set 100 to I think?
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ok I need help I have a new viper 8.5 to a tekin rs gen to esc
some time I have brake some times I don't epa on raido 100 esc set 100 to I think?
The only time I've had this is when I didn't have enough rear bite, and sometimes it would lock up the rears and slide, and feel like no brakes. Try turning them down and see if it improves. If not, check your diff, maybe even your motor to make sure its not loose?
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Old 01-04-2015, 03:36 PM   #10159
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ok I need help I have a new viper 8.5 to a tekin rs gen to esc
some time I have brake some times I don't epa on raido 100 esc set 100 to I think?
Brakes in electric cars depend on how fast you are going prior to applying the brakes.

Is it happening in the same spot on the track or different spots where speed could be less.
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Old 01-04-2015, 04:32 PM   #10160
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Starting to run stock buggy, what is a good gearing to start with? Reedy Mach 2, medium sized - medium/high traction, indoor track.
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Starting to run stock buggy, what is a good gearing to start with? Reedy Mach 2, medium sized - medium/high traction, indoor track.
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Old 01-04-2015, 04:38 PM   #10162
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will the avid or lundsford ballstuds free up the ball cups?
Save your money and just do the plier trick to free up the ballcups/ballstud. There is a youtube instructional video in post #1 of this thread.
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Old 01-04-2015, 04:41 PM   #10163
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Thanks Mike! I will start there.
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You all need to mention what motor timing to run those gears at otherwise somebody might burn something up.

I'm currently running a mach 2 at 31 deg timing with 35/72.. or 5.35 fdr. Motor and speedo Temps around 125-130f.
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Does anyone have directions on the Schelle Nova assembly for a B5m? I took mine apart, do not have instructions, or know how to put it back together properly.
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Does anyone have directions on the Schelle Nova assembly for a B5m? I took mine apart, do not have instructions, or know how to put it back together properly.
#1 Black top shaft adapter
#2 drive plate
#3 White pad then spur with side 2(tall side) facing a way from motor plate
#4 another white pad
#5 add drive plate with cut out facing away from motor plate
#6 red pad then the three washers with the cone in the middle facing away from motor plate.
#7 drive plate,spring, plastic end (4mm one)
#8 nut
You can put the red pad in the middle if there low grip conditions.
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#1 Black top shaft adapter
#2 drive plate
#3 White pad then spur with side 2(tall side) facing a way from motor plate
#4 another white pad
#5 add drive plate with cut out facing away from motor plate
#6 red pad then the three washers with the cone in the middle facing away from motor plate.
#7 drive plate,spring, plastic end (4mm one)
#8 nut
Oh dude, thanks so much!
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Posting for Blake.

For all you "light-weight" fans.
B5m complete with:
- cut gears
-shorty servo
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-Venom 100c shorty
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Has anyone bought the 3d printed fan mount. I bought 2, one for each car and they broke in two nights.
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Has anyone bought the 3d printed fan mount. I bought 2, one for each car and they broke in two nights.
they are junk
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