Originally Posted by trickd122
The rain decided to give us a small break, so we ran in the night under the lights. The format was just heads up racing. I used this opportunity to test setups by shortening the links and I definitely agree the car does respond well to small changes. As a bonus I decided to loan the top drivers a heat to compare against their cars. I returned the car to box stock except diff up front 2.5million cst oil. All except one bettered their time. I have a few believers now
I changed motors and had a difficult time fitting the gears on and aligned.
Anyone expierenced this?
Can't wait to run again
This can be a problem with some motors on a lot of newer cars because the motors are very close in to centreline of car and a lot of motors don't have a big enough flat spot to put on pinion!! So It is common with most new cars yes..
But also the advantage with this car as say against xray is that u can move the motor mount in and out witch is 1 thing I really love as opposed to xray and tamiya and cars like that u would need to use
other ways to shim the motor not the motor mount..
So also make sure u read manual correct and and have right amount of shims so its not on an angle if that's also your problem??