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Old 07-14-2010, 02:14 PM   #31
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Sorry but not one single company has managed to avoid making crap cars. I like my Losi cars, but will never buy a mini from them.
dude losi makes a solid 1/10h line up! beside the 4wd buggy 1/10 i have loved every single car ive gotten
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Old 07-14-2010, 02:41 PM   #32
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honestly I have not had any "issues" with mine and been running them for almost a year. I have ran them all losi/ae/mugen and to me the HB drives just as good as any of them for "less money" so you are correct. like I said we all have a diff. favorite crayon in the box but that doesnt mean we can not all color...
Again man it has nothing to do with the HB cars. I like the way they drive also. They would be in my top 3 no question! But the "less money" argument that everyone seems to love gets old. That's the only point I was trying to make.
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Old 07-14-2010, 07:03 PM   #33
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The quick fix get a new tank!!

The LONG FIX!! Ensure clunk is in the back of the tank. Replace your seal on the tank. Check and see if your clutch bell has rubbed through your tank on the back side. Change fuel and pressure line. If all else fails wrap your pressure line on the opposite side of the fuel line. If your not sure how to do that Im sure someone will post a picture of it done.
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Cleaned fuel filter, cleaned clunk, moved clunk to back of tank, replaced seal on lid of tank, replaced all fuel lines, dunked everything in water and pressurized. No leaks detected. We'll see.
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Cleaned fuel filter, cleaned clunk, moved clunk to back of tank, replaced seal on lid of tank, replaced all fuel lines, dunked everything in water and pressurized. No leaks detected. We'll see.
Get rid of the inline filter completely! They do NOTHING but create air leaks. Even if it isn't leaking now, it will leak eventually. The tank clunk is plenty of a filter, and the little extra tank capacity isn't worth the headaches
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Get rid of the inline filter completely! They do NOTHING but create air leaks. Even if it isn't leaking now, it will leak eventually. The tank clunk is plenty of a filter, and the little extra tank capacity isn't worth the headaches
yup. Btw runnin a fuel filter CAN put u over roar limit which a lot of big races check. I take out the plastic fuel spacer in the tank and i run my fuel like straight to the carb and at the nitro challenge after my second qualifer i was right at 125. just food for thought
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yup. Btw runnin a fuel filter CAN put u over roar limit which a lot of big races check. I take out the plastic fuel spacer in the tank and i run my fuel like straight to the carb and at the nitro challenge after my second qualifer i was right at 125. just food for thought
Yep that can be an issue as well. If you leave the block in the tank it is supposed to be legal with a filter, but if you're doing that, you might as well just run with the block out and no filter. That's how I run mine, both buggy and truggy. No issues here and my tanks always tech out legal.
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