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Old 06-08-2011, 07:15 PM   #1
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Default Speed-T : Pulling hard to one side on throttle (out of the box).

Thanks for taking a second to read and possibly help. Enjoying the Team Losi Speed-T albeit a few issues. Upon hitting the throttle, she violently shoots to the left, thus making it pretty much uncontrollable. At a roll it is perfectly fine, everything is aligned. It did this right out of the box mind you.

With the 11.1v the car has lots of torque, so I can literally never hit the throttle without the car spinning out immediately or flipping due to the hard pulling to the left. I used the 7.4v and opened her up a bit. Once already moving, I can give it full throttle and it goes perfectly straight. The alignment is spot on. But again when I hit it from a slow roll or stop it's immediately pulling left. I'd love to accidentally flip due to a wheelie, my problem is out of the box the car simply will not go in a straight line when applying some throttle and torquing her.

I'm guessing it isn't the chassis as it's perfectly aligned, so what could it be? Is this a common issue? Couldn't find it anywhere on the net. Really appreciate any help at all, just want to play with this new and expensive "toy".
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Old 06-09-2011, 07:08 AM   #2
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Small bump, won't continue. Just wanted a fresh look. Checked the differential, everything seems fine. I mean it's new after all.
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