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Old 11-06-2009, 03:22 AM   #1
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Default hobao hyper gpx4 breaking in prob

iv just purchased a hyper gpx4 and got it started for the first time but when i hit the throttle the wheels wont move. The belts look to be on fine everything looks fine but cant figure out wat the problem is.
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is yr engine enaging the clutch?
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Was this a Kit (you build it) or a RTR (Manufacture pre-built)?

at any rate check clutch system. Make sure all screws are secure, but not binding and that clutch spring is not broken/damaged
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rtr hyper gpx4
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if the clutch is not enganging how do i fix it
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if the clutch is not enganging how do i fix it
when u throttle, do you see your engine clutch bell spinning?
remove engine and make sure u could spin the clutch bell without any binding.

next check your clutch settings, either yr spring too hard or preload too much or clutch gap too large...
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