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Old 03-14-2004, 03:04 AM   #1
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hey guys i just put my first thread in the wrong place so here i am asking the same question just incase you havent seen it in elect and nitro off road

ive got a rc10gt truck with a O.S .15 cv hyper and it idles really well but when you apply full throttle and then brake suddenly it tends to die off and stall.If anyone has any suggestions or tip please let me know
P.s im using an os8 plug and 15% nitro
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try your idle screw it could be closing to far and cutting the air supply of to your motor
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try your idle screw it could be closing to far and cutting the air supply of to your motor
Yup, gotta fix the idle adjustment screw. I think it's the one that has the little spring on it. Screw it in a little so when you brake, it doesn't close up and stall the engine.
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