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Old 09-22-2006, 07:16 AM   #8056
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what is the recommended drift tires w/ rim for this v-one rrr?
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Old 09-22-2006, 08:45 AM   #8057
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today i stripped 2 x second spur gear
this is the first time i came across this

why did it stripped is :
Maybe i tighen too way in for the 2 speed shoe right into it and there are totally no free play from the shaft and only the spurs have lots of free play.... did that perviously and nothing happen but only happen
today...
Or i maybe after had a head to head crush causing the engine to run wild and the spur stripped ???
Not my day to bashing as after all this, my chassic got bent, stripped spur gear and seems like my car aren't running smoothly

maybe it time to change to my 7075 chassic
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Old 09-22-2006, 04:56 PM   #8058
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today i stripped 2 x second spur gear
this is the first time i came across this

why did it stripped is :
Maybe i tighen too way in for the 2 speed shoe right into it and there are totally no free play from the shaft and only the spurs have lots of free play.... did that perviously and nothing happen but only happen
today...
Or i maybe after had a head to head crush causing the engine to run wild and the spur stripped ???
Not my day to bashing as after all this, my chassic got bent, stripped spur gear and seems like my car aren't running smoothly

maybe it time to change to my 7075 chassic
Mkae sure your pinions are not sharp..this will strip the spurs..also if you collided hard this could have shifted your motor mount......try to use 2mm screws for the bottom of the motor mount intsted of the phillips this allows you to crank down on the screws in turn really tightens down the mount.

hope this helps
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Old 09-23-2006, 03:17 AM   #8059
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Mkae sure your pinions are not sharp..this will strip the spurs..also if you collided hard this could have shifted your motor mount......try to use 2mm screws for the bottom of the motor mount intsted of the phillips this allows you to crank down on the screws in turn really tightens down the mount.

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yup...the impact is very hard till my car run wild and chassic got bent
check my pinion and it perfectly ok, but forget to check if my mounting is shifted cos i'm using philip screw 3 x 10 mm (HPI ) into in
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Old 09-24-2006, 03:09 AM   #8060
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I uses Futaba 3pk HRS 27 Mhz with 2 nos of Futaba S9451 servos. I hear electronic noise (soft) when i switch on the Rx and Tx. Is it normal?

Secondly, the correct procedure to turn on the radio sys is to switch on the Rx first then the Tx or the other way round?
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Old 09-24-2006, 04:33 AM   #8061
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occasional noise from the servo's is ok - i use ko's and they do it to sometimes...

turn on transmtter then your car or receiver so Tx then Rx, unless you use spektrum then it doesnt really matter
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Old 09-24-2006, 04:36 AM   #8062
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you can switch it on in any order you like.
the only reason people say to turn it on in a specific order is to stop runaways....
if you turn your radio on (in any order) before you fire up the engine you will be okay

servo noise is ok if the servos are digital
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Old 09-24-2006, 06:44 AM   #8063
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Thanks Dyn & AE it helps to ease my worries. Greatz
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Old 09-25-2006, 08:32 AM   #8064
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today i stripped 2 x second spur gear
this is the first time i came across this

why did it stripped is :
Maybe i tighen too way in for the 2 speed shoe right into it and there are totally no free play from the shaft and only the spurs have lots of free play.... did that perviously and nothing happen but only happen
today...
Or i maybe after had a head to head crush causing the engine to run wild and the spur stripped ???
Not my day to bashing as after all this, my chassic got bent, stripped spur gear and seems like my car aren't running smoothly

maybe it time to change to my 7075 chassic
also check to see if you have end play on your first spur gear by moving the the 2 speed one way east & west if you have no play you need to adjust the 2 speed shoe collar to free it up i stipped 2 also & thats what it was hope this helps
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Old 09-25-2006, 07:55 PM   #8065
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hey guys i have raced a mtx3 in the past and was wanting to get a mtx4 untill a friend told me the RRR smokes the 4, can you all tell me why it is better in your own opinion, thanks so much
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Old 09-26-2006, 02:42 AM   #8066
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also check to see if you have end play on your first spur gear by moving the the 2 speed one way east & west if you have no play you need to adjust the 2 speed shoe collar to free it up i stipped 2 also & thats what it was hope this helps
i now had a little free play on the Rear main shaft as well as the btween 1st and 2nd spurs gear. Will try again this weekend to see if its stripped again
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hey guys i have raced a mtx3 in the past and was wanting to get a mtx4 untill a friend told me the RRR smokes the 4, can you all tell me why it is better in your own opinion, thanks so much
i know a lot of people that own a mtx-4 and they are having trouble setting it up. I think the rrr is easier to setup and doesn't matter what settings its got it is always smooth.
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Old 09-27-2006, 03:23 AM   #8068
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Forward direction is smooth however the reverse direction seems stiff or tight.
Why is this the problem? When I loosen the grub screw slightly its much smoother in the reverse direction. Aren't it suppose to be tighten?

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Old 09-27-2006, 03:32 AM   #8069
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For those racer using OS 5port .12 TZ engine do you find the flywheel very tight in the beginning to fire off the engine for the first time?
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Old 09-27-2006, 04:30 AM   #8070
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Forward direction is smooth however the reverse direction seems stiff or tight.
Why is this the problem? When I loosen the grub screw slightly its much smoother in the reverse direction. Aren't it suppose to be tighten?


I remember having this problem ages ago, i think you move the 2speed cam closer to the bulkhead. Try that see if it fixes it, i'm sure someone knows definately if thats the problem or not and will post soon.
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