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Old 08-13-2010, 07:50 PM   #16
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yeah it is a propper track
cool, so you should have many experienced drivers on the track, ask one of them to check your tune, that's the best advice i can give you mate.

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Yea its the Losi 2.0 8ight RTR engine
I'm taking a guess that you are fairly new to this and everyone has to start somewhere, I would suggest you take a look at the threads that are stickied on top of the nitro forum and do some reading on these two strokes. It will give you a good start.
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ok guys thanks for all of the help
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man, just start by removing all those RPM- temp sensors, they will complicate your life.
+1 Spektrum included all that stuff monted on the rtr losis and all it does is worry the people because the remote will go hay wire like stuffs ganna blow, to me first thing you need to do when u get that radio is through away all those sensors and tune by temp or by how its running and stay in the prefered temp range to play safe.
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+1 Spektrum included all that stuff monted on the rtr losis and all it does is worry the people because the remote will go hay wire like stuffs ganna blow, to me first thing you need to do when u get that radio is through away all those sensors and tune by temp or by how its running and stay in the prefered temp range to play safe.

wat is the prefered temp range for the Losi 350?
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