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Old 11-03-2014, 02:14 PM   #1
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Default 4wd belt on became rwd?

Exactly what the title says, both my on road kits which I built does not run properly. At first I thought it was the esc, so I switched it from mamba max pro, to a turnigy combo. and I am still spinning out at 3 mph.... If i could explain it any better, please let me know. This is happening to both my on road kits. TA06 tamiya and T.o.p. Racing s4 , basically holding the front wheels firmly, and throttle on, and only power to the rear wheels. Has this happen to anyone, I already upgraded differential gear from factory plastic to steel. I will post a video when It is possible.
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Did you install the pin in the layshaft that drives the pulley for the front belt?
Did you install the front belt?
Did you install the front spool?
Did you install the front drive shafts?
Is the rear belt really tight, and the front belt really loose?

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Check belt tension if everything else is installed correctly
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Old 11-04-2014, 09:08 AM   #4
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Did you install the pin in the layshaft that drives the pulley for the front belt?
Did you install the front belt?
Did you install the front spool?
Did you install the front drive shafts?
Is the rear belt really tight, and the front belt really loose?

-Mike
Option 1 and last option seems like the problem I am having. What size pins do I need? Rear belt is very tight , and front is very loose, how to troubleshoot this problem? I look forward to your message.
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Old 11-04-2014, 09:29 AM   #5
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Wow it sounds like you realty need help. The best thing I can suggest is find a club and ask the lads there to give advise on your cars and servos. Not been a A/H just trying to help.
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Since your in the LA area, try visiting URC raceway, Cal raceway or Roadrunners. URC will have a meet this Sunday, Cal won't be racing and think Roadrunners will be racing onroad this Sunday as well. I'm pretty sure someone will be happy to assist you with your RC problems. I'll be at URC this Sunday and I can help you if you show up. PM me if you want to schedule
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