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Old 06-25-2012, 10:25 AM   #1
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Default Getting back into 1/8th scale nitro... Few questions...

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It's been about a 12 year break but I'm finally back into 1/8th scale nitro. I just had a few questions since its been so long. I bought a used Losi 2.0 in great shape because I don't have the $$$ to buy everything brand spanking new. Would you guys suggest setting the engine back to the stock or break in setting then adjusting from there? Also when should I break the car down and clean it? Every race? Every other? Also when should I change the diff and shock oils? I had a rutine 10 years ago but that is out the window now. I've been reading and you guys know your stuff. Thanks again
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I was wondering this same thing last night and came across these threads:

how often do you change bearings???

How often do you....??

Good luck and welcome back...
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I was looking around for A thread like that last one. Thanks
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