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Old 01-11-2013, 07:54 AM
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Ok so i have a xxx sct running a castle sidewinder sct system and a 2s 4000 40c lipo and when i punch the throttle sometimes the truck will just coast and sounds like gears are slipping let off the the throttle and repunch it it works fine checked the diff every thing looks fine anyone know how to fix this problem
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Check the slipper
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Check the slipper
Yeah... Sounds like a slipper problem.
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Ok thanks what would i all need to get to fix that
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Crank down on the locknut of the slipper (inside the gear cover where the pinion & spur gears reside), there is a hole with a plug for that adjust. Once the slip is gone, this should make the car do wheelies, back off a bit until the car becomes driveable....
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Ive done that but i didnt tighting it all the way down maybe its a hair loose thanks
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