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Old 02-19-2008, 08:22 AM   #1
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Dear all, I recently purchased nitro rs4 rtr evo3+. Initially it ran well without any problem. But yesterday I realized the throttle of the engine was very high even at neutral. The speed at neutral was uncontrollable. I had to constantly apply brake to control the car. What could be the problem? The temperature is also very high. After tuning, it was in 100 degrees. But yesterday it went beyond 128 degrees. Please advise.
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the normal temperature is 200-250oF is not high is SUPER COLD! need moore tuning. the rpm problem you should adjust the throttle servo arm position
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