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Old 06-01-2011, 04:15 PM   #1
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Default help with starting my truck.

I bought my first nitro rc car back in 04. I only could get it to run for that summer. I was driving it once during the summer when I got it. I was just messing around at a little league field. I went to go through some water that I thought was only a inch deep. Well my whole truck went under. It came up on the other side of the water. All I had to do was buy a new crystal for the radio. I took out the glow plug and no water came out.

Well since then I have not been able to get it to run. I have done every thing I can think off. It has new gas, plugs, converted it to roto start, and my glow plug wrench is charged.

I am getting fuel in the motor. I know if flooded it last week. So I pulled the glow plug and turned it over to get the fuel out. Its turning over fine and have compression. Also the inside of the motor look fine.

Can any one help me? I am almost to the point were I spend money for a new motor. Or I take it in to a guy that I know and pay him to fix it. The only reason I am here is because I figured that some one can help me here.
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