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Old 08-31-2004, 07:20 PM   #1
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hey guys i need some help on my nitro 2.5 trx motor. i was wondering if grass would make a motor run hot. beucase a few days ago i had it running on the ground and it was fine. and the next day i ran it on the grass with the same settings and it ran a little hot . thx if you can answer that o and also can anyone tell me or find an artical on how to rebuild a s-maxx diff after i put new oil in thx
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generally speaking, YES, running in grass will cause a motor to run hotter.
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it will cause the clutch to slip a bit. more so on a stadium truck, but to a lesser extent on monsters, yes
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also very rarely can you keep the same settings from one day to the next. you can come close, but to keep the same motor temp some minor adjustments should be made.
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