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Old 03-12-2007, 02:29 PM   #1
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Losi XXX-S Question

Is it ok to use reverse in the xxx-s or does it upset the belt tension/slipper? Im not talking about flat out reverse or going reverse and flying back to fowards, just slowly going reverse if you hit something.

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i dont really see a problem with it as long as you dont have a one-way up front. just try not to make a habit of relying on reverse to get out of tight spots. try driving w/ a competition esc and your driving will imporve and you wont need to worry about reverse screwing with your belts.

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