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Old 05-10-2010, 02:50 PM   #16
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Do not skimp on servos either. I use Hitec 7955 and have had zero problems. I tried the cheap servos for a while and spent enough money on $30 and $40 servos to buy 3 or 4 Hitec 7955s.
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Pick a good fuel and stick with it.. I'm not saying its not good to try whats out there but dont go and buy a bunch of quarts and switch fuel back and forth every week of you will be chasing a tune till the cows come home.. Just pick a good fuel (lots out there) ans buy gallons and run it... Store youf fuel out of the sunlight and keep dry and cool.....Most of all is have FUN. If your having any problems with your nitro and cant put your finger on it then take a step back and try a process of elimination till you get some results.. Keep narrowing it down....If you still cant get it dont be afraid to go up to a group of Nitro guys and ask them what they think, Nitro guys are the coolest racers out there and can catch whats going on before a good day goes bad....
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Old 05-10-2010, 06:13 PM   #18
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Thanks that was a good help, and if anyone knows the differance between the traxxas 2.5 and 2.5R is please tell.
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Here ya go.

http://forums.radiocontrolzone.com/s...d.php?t=220301
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thanks it turns out there is only a $40 cooling head is the differance.
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