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Old 01-03-2007, 12:05 AM   #1
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Default Looking For A Stiffer Throttle Spring

I have A Mars R Love It, just looking for a stiffer throttle spring anyone know where i can get one
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not sure but maybe you should ask over in "Nitro on-road"

I'm sure you'll get your answer sooner than asking in an electric forum
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I have A Mars R Love It, just looking for a stiffer throttle spring anyone know where i can get one
If you are referring to the throttle spring on the tx, then you can do 1 of 2 things:

1. cut coils off the throttle spring until you get the correct tension
2. go to your local small parts and bearing shop and purchase another spring

However, if you are referring to the throttle on a gas/nitro car then go to the other thread as stated.

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If you are referring to the throttle spring on the tx, then you can do 1 of 2 things:

1. cut coils off the throttle spring until you get the correct tension
2. go to your local small parts and bearing shop and purchase another spring

However, if you are referring to the throttle on a gas/nitro car then go to the other thread as stated.

Leonard.
I am referring to my radio not my car
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