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Old 11-04-2008, 05:19 PM   #166
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What can i do about my front brakes sticking on my 2.0 after applying them? I have tried loosening the pads and adjusting the linkage.
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Old 11-04-2008, 10:39 PM   #167
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jwcobra, make sure that the brake disk slide fairly easily onto the outdrive. If it is tight when you apply the brake the disk will cock slightly. If it is sticking on the outdrive it will not release right away and cause the feeling you are getting. Also make sure you do not have to much of a gap in your calipers or this will cause it also. I think the manual says somewhere around .5 mm. I hope this helps
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Old 11-04-2008, 10:58 PM   #168
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What can i do about my front brakes sticking on my 2.0 after applying them? I have tried loosening the pads and adjusting the linkage.
You may need to back off your front brake linkage some. With your radio tray set-up, how much throw to brake side does it take to engage. If it is very little, then that may be your problem other then the previous post.
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Old 11-05-2008, 12:38 AM   #169
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Went to revs on sunday evening and helped Dana,was going to run on tuesday but worked to long to make it out,to be honest, Dana built the track, i just helped for a couple hours,im sure its fun,headed to the track now off work early will tell Dana to post new pics asap!What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas!Have a good day!
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Old 11-05-2008, 11:38 AM   #170
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jwcobra03- Also try loosening the screws that hold down the top of the center diff mount.
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jwcobra03- Also try loosening the screws that hold down the top of the center diff mount.


TOUCHE Mr drake.....on my truggy center diff i had that problem...if the front tank side screw was too tight the brake cam would bind up real bad.
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Old 11-05-2008, 04:21 PM   #172
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Thanks fellas i will give those suggestions a shot!
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Old 11-06-2008, 01:48 AM   #173
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Hey Adam,

Do you still need to use the 2 o-rings under the Battery box.

It doesnt say in the manual and i know its a new radio tray
but i dont want to blow up a servo

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Are you thinking it a little fat because it is bogging as you apply throttle??


BTW, a racer here had his GRP .21 temp at 403. We immediately richened the top 1 full turn, and then shut it down. Put the piston at bdc, then set the car near a fan to cool it off slowly. This weekend, the same motor ran great, and still had pinch. Either way, he just ordered new bearings.

no bogging, it just is cold at first for a few mintues to like 3/4 of tank then it starts to get hot and lots of power.
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no bogging, it just is cold at first for a few mintues to like 3/4 of tank then it starts to get hot and lots of power.
I had the same issue. I richened the top 2 hours and bottom 1 hour, and my temps came down to 190, and the bog was gone.

The GRP to me seems to lean bog a little easier then rich bog.
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+1 bigedmound. ran grp all this yer put 8 gallons on it. top is to lean and bottom is to lean. i would richen bottom like 3-4 hours and top same way. only lean top so that it clears out down the staight. use bottom end for tunning. start tuning from bottom and temps will drop. also run grp num4 plugs helps alot. jp3 or msr 1009 pipe make motor come alive and cool temps down
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Hey Adam, i need a little help with tuning my motor, i get about 7 min of run time and the temp is up there a piece or two at 260, it has the 8mm restrictor in it and a mcCoy 8 plug in it, how do you tune the motor or what do i need to change to get 10 min of run time and get the temp down? Thanks
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Any chance (sorry if this has been ask/answered, I'm not about to read the entire thread) of a 2.0 kit? Sorry (again :P ) if I'm perceived as being an @#$hole, but I won't even consider a roller. Thx
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Any chance (sorry if this has been ask/answered, I'm not about to read the entire thread) of a 2.0 kit? Sorry (again :P ) if I'm perceived as being an @#$hole, but I won't even consider a roller. Thx

No kit.........buy the roller...its worth every penny imo.
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No kit.........buy the roller...its worth every penny imo.
Yep I agree also....Finally got a chance to run mine this weekend and love the handling...definitely worth every penny.
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