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Conversation Between OTE_TheMissile and anfhockey10

Conversation Between OTE_TheMissile and anfhockey10
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  1. OTE_TheMissile
    05-09-2011 09:08 AM - permalink
    Yeah, it's almost like either the engine sits a little too high or the flywheel is a little too small. Either way, you can check by removing the engine and pressing down on the box like you normally would. You should be able to fully depress the truck on the box and still have the bump box wheel spin freely in the chassis slot.

    Your best bet is to just grind on it, check it, grind some more, check again, etc. etc. until it fits. I had to remove quite a lot of chassis material to get it to work on my OFNA Stainless box, I'd recommend using a Dremel with a high-speed cutter bit to start, then once you have it working clean up the rough edge with a grinding stone. If you use a hand file you might get done by November
  2. 05-08-2011 11:40 AM - permalink
    hey I noticed that you had posted a message on the forum about having to file your flywheel slot on the chassis for the starter box flywheel to fit into the slot. Was this the main problem with starting the car? I have a rc10gt2 with the associated starter box and it seems as though I have the same problem that you had described. When I sit the car on top of the starter box it seems like its rubbing on the front edge of the slot. I was thinking about filing the slot but wanted to make sure someone else has done it before? thanks

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