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Old 07-09-2004, 07:50 PM   #31
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its funny though it all was fine till my novak atom got fried some how i think it was just old because i had it for ever. then the same time that happend i was running a speed jem in my xxx-t whiich was a 11t double. well that fried the same time and that pissed me off lol. but any ways then i get a novak dually i think it is im not by the car but then i put that in the hpi with another speed jem. and that speed control is still fine but the moto fried again so i dont know wtf lol and i have tried changing the pinnion and the spur and it still gets way to hot.
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i have taken the slipper off sence that pick becasue that is the way it came.
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may seem obvious, but are you setting the mesh between the pinion and spur with a piece of paper?
if its too tight then the motor will overheat like that....
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Old 07-09-2004, 07:58 PM   #34
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i do use the paper method. and that cant be the reson tnx tho
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Old 07-09-2004, 07:59 PM   #35
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Check out www.hpiracing.com for more:


Pro 2 Handling kit
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I can't find the adapter that removes the slipper, but you can get the two speed transmission instead!

I am going to download the list.....seem there is more parts for this car!
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Old 07-09-2004, 08:02 PM   #36
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I didnt really think it was, but sometimes its hard to see the forest because of the trees....lol

havent been to anchorage in about 8 yrs.. my brothers are still there and say I wouldnt recognise it...
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well it was a 2 speed trany but the out side spur broke during a race so i tor it off and only used one. crazyest thing though it could of came off the spur any time during the 5 min race but it didnt untill i crossed the finish line and got second that race and right when i crossed it it came off got so lucky. and tnx for all the help.
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u wouldnt so much different
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The car is either undergeared or overgeared....I am not the type who in the technical side of racing, I race. If it overheats and have low run times, its overgeared, right? I don't know.......Here is what i did, I switched to 64 pitch gears (the pinion and spur gear has smaller teeth) and used a 37t pinion and a 116 spur. Start with that, it should run cool even with a tightned slipper. If you buy the two speed tranny (which is cheap now) it'll come with the correct setup.
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dude right now im running 84 and 27 with a stock motor
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with a modified motor? and at what pitch 64 or 48?
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Man I am looking at your car.......If I had just 3 hours with that car, you wouldn't believed it was yours!
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if u cant fix it just a buy a new one....lol
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what would u do to my ebay peicer lol. and it is 48 pitch not shur.
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Run 122/35 with that car for a stock motor, great place to start.
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