T Maxx help

Old 04-18-2008, 12:02 PM
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Old 04-18-2008, 10:03 PM
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Originally Posted by mkimmer
I need help. My T maxx was running good, but now every time I start it, I have to hold it wide open to get it moving. It revs up at a high RPM, then barely moves. The only way I can get speed is going downhill. Please tell me it's not the tranny or the motor. Thanks for your help.

Sounds like your clutch is slipping ,most likely your clutch shoes are worn. They need to be replaced ,that would be the first thing i would check.
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sounds like its either your clutch or your spur gear nut is loose. check your spur gear nut first easiest to get to and see if its loose.
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As it turns out, that was the problem. I tightened the nut and it started running great.

Plus I just had to put a zip tie on my rx crystal because it kept on coming loose due to the vibrations it caused when it ran. It should work great.

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