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Old 03-20-2004, 07:52 PM   #5836
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Default Torque Steer

Is there any adjustment you can do to help eliminate torque steering on a ntc3?
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Old 03-20-2004, 08:15 PM   #5837
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Default Re: Re: Re: Problems with tranny

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I was driving it up and down my street and noticed that even though i was pressing the throttle nothing was happening. so i went over to the car (which had stopped by this time) and started reving it up and thats when i noticed that the pinion and spur gear was moving, but nothing else (shaft, wheels.) I have done rebuilds before and this is the first time it has done this. I also held it up off the ground and it did the same thing. I will take it apart and start from scratch then. thanx for the help.
Did you get your problem fixed? Did you take your clutch apart? Simply sounds like a clutch adjustment issue like I had with my centax clutch last week after a rebuild.

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Old 03-20-2004, 10:58 PM   #5838
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Hey..what receiver batteries do you guys reccomend i use for my ntc3?

and also what fuel?..i've got an O.S. 12TR if it matters..

i was looking on towerhobbies, and trinity has some burn-in fuel, was thinking about using that till i burnt it in then going to either the trinity 20% maximum hp i think it was, or the duratrax 20%..

whaht do you guys recommend?

and also, after i get comfortable with this car, what do you guys recommend as the first hop-up i add? a one-way? or what?

links = very helpful btw

edit: btw, i've been searching the forums...what charger/discharger do you all reccomend? i read that the superbrain 969 is the best..any other opinions?..i also already searched for receiver batteries, can't find anything thats good on the forums..

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Old 03-21-2004, 07:40 AM   #5839
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The first Factory Team kits are now here and it seems AE miss informed us slightly earlier regarding part numbers for the V2 suspension etc. This is the right info + some news!

2238 - Rear suspension arms V2 - 5 USD
2339 - Rear suspension arms V2 carbon - 11 USD
2237 - Rear shock tower V2 - 5 USD
2327 - Rear shock tower V2 carbon - 7 USD
2268 - Rear hub carrier V2 - 5 USD
2336 - Rear hub carrier V2 carbon - 7 USD
2283 - Turnbuckle .825 steel - 5 USD
1418 - Turnbuckle .825 titan - 8 USD
2271 - Rear turnbuckle eylet and ball set V2 - 7.5 USD
2275 - Lower suspension arm mounts front & rear V2 - 5 USD
2319 - Suspension upgrade set V1->V2 - 35 USD
2342 - Complete carbon set V2 (same as 2371 but that is for V1) - 67.99 USD
2223 - Front bumper wide (replaces booth the 2232 and 2226) - 8 USD

Complete NTC3 car line up 2004:
2033 - Nitro TC3 Factory Team kit (V2) - 599.99 USD
2034 - Nitro TC3 Team kit for pull-start side exhaust (V2) - 459.99 USD
2035 - Nitro TC3 Team kit for non-pull-start rear exhaust (V2) - 469.99 USD
2042 - Nitro TC3 RTR-Plus (V2) - 559.99 USD

Does anyone know if these parts are out. If so where can I get them. Thanks Dave.
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Old 03-21-2004, 07:40 PM   #5840
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Thinking about purchasing a nitro car and leaning towards NTC3, I've had FTTC3 in electric and liked it, but worried about breaking parts. I know, if you hit the boards enough, stuff will break on any car, but is NTC3 durable like other Nitro cars out there?
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Old 03-21-2004, 08:38 PM   #5841
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Odonnell 20% is very good adn reliable. If you are racing, you could use odonnell 30% fuel with an Odonnell 77 glow plug. batteries....I use 1200 NiMH battery pack.

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Old 03-21-2004, 09:14 PM   #5842
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can you convert the old ntc3 to the new ntc3. if ever what parts do i need to buy?
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Old 03-22-2004, 01:36 AM   #5843
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To upgrade all suspension parts, this is what you need:
#2319 - Suspension upgrade set V1->V2 - 35 USD
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To upgrade all suspension parts, this is what you need:
#2319 - Suspension upgrade set V1->V2 - 35 USD
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Old 03-22-2004, 08:43 PM   #5845
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How do you know the part numbers for the new rear end for the Ntc3. Is this part package out yet. If yes, where can I get one. My rear just got totaled and I need a new one. I really need that package.

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Old 03-23-2004, 06:01 AM   #5846
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Check with your LHS. Some of the partnumbers are very new though. As for knowing, if you buy a #2033 factory team car, the numbers are in the manual and catalogues inside the box. I've just read them there and passed the info to U.
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Old 03-24-2004, 04:28 AM   #5847
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Is it in the shops yet?? I cant find it anywhere online.
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Old 03-24-2004, 09:23 AM   #5848
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Talked to a friend that owns a hobby shop and his main distributor, still shows not available yet.
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Old 03-24-2004, 11:32 AM   #5849
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The #2033 box.
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Old 03-24-2004, 11:33 AM   #5850
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Some of the new #2033 V2 stuff:
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