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Old 12-12-2011, 09:44 PM   #1
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Hey guys,

Im a proud new owner of a Kyosho Inferno Neo ST type 1 which I just bought from amainhobby today. My first truck was a Tamiya Bigfoot truck that my dad gave me about 15 years ago and switched to rc planes after running it for a few years. I've been looking to get back to RC trucks lately and I finally decided to get a truck today. Hopefully I got a pretty good truggy based on some reviews I read and posts I've read from here. Anyway... Is there anything I need to know about these nitro truggies and engines? are they any different from the plane ones? looking forward to see some good tips and tricks in these forums.
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Old 12-13-2011, 04:23 PM   #2
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For starters, your best bet is to just verify the out of the box setup is correct and just drive the truck and figure out what you you like and don't like about the handling and jumping first before changing anything.

Tuning the motor is pretty much the same, just keep it a little rich on the high speed needle and a touch lean on the low speed and that motor will probably last you forever and a day.
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