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Old 06-10-2006, 01:13 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by nitroveins
yes i have checked the seals, and everything is sealed up, i did not break this engine in, its a friend of mine's truck just trying to help him out. it will idle for two or three seconds until you give it gas and it dies and will not start back, just spits and sputters, and yes its fairly easy to turn the engine over, and never said i was a pro, but i do know to make an engine run.
Fair enough, from what we're hearing if it turns easy it sounds like a poorly broken in engine and those only last about 2-3 gallons (When there poorly broken in) Time to call up traxxas $75 gets you a new piston and sleeve
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