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Old 03-03-2012, 02:22 PM
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I am new to this and bought a SC10 RS. My first few runs have been fine, no problems. I use a 2S Lipo, 25C and I get a clicking noise upon acceleration. I read that the diff have some issues. What would be the problem and how do I fix it. Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by ptreemover37 View Post
Hi all:

I am new to this and bought a SC10 RS. My first few runs have been fine, no problems. I use a 2S Lipo, 25C and I get a clicking noise upon acceleration. I read that the diff have some issues. What would be the problem and how do I fix it. Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks.
I know you are new and all, but cmon......

This was asked within this last week. Its in this thread
http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...10-thread.html

You can also google it and find the answer.

95% of the time, it is your diff. IT may also be your idler gear. but I put money on the diff.

Do this..
remove your tranny. take it apart check the idler gear to top shaft mesh. check for cracked/missing/broken teeth. if all is good and your truck is new.
EMail AE and they will mail you a shims to fix the clicking noise.

All you need is a diff rebuild.
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Thanks for your help.
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