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1 hour ago, windz1000r said:

Am sure I said check there tight lol 

 

 

And it's a bind plug for the rx to re bind it with the controller if it looses connection for any reason 

You totally did, and I'd seen that mentioned elsewhere too and... didn't listen did I 😁

 

Ah cool, guess that's mentioned in the controller leaflet then, ta.

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9 minutes ago, Jonmurgie said:

You totally did, and I'd seen that mentioned elsewhere too and... didn't listen did I 😁

 

Ah cool, guess that's mentioned in the controller leaflet then, ta.

I only know cos I did the same thing 

But I rounded off the hex in the wheel so had to buy new wheels 

But the stock wheels look really good on my 2wd stadium truck 

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On 22/05/2021 at 17:44, Tabbie said:

Looks like I've just broke the rival mt10 its making a horrible grinding noise.

Not sure what it is...maybe the diff as a newbie am trying to find info on where to start stripping it down?

Nothing on YouTube sadly. 

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I have a very similar sound coming from mine.  (Seems to be mostly coming from the rear of the truck - dunno if rear diff, or centre, or what)

 

My worry is that it was literally delivered a few hours ago & I’ve not even taken it out yet!

 

complete newb here, so any help will be great. 

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11 hours ago, Rooonga said:

I have a very similar sound coming from mine.  (Seems to be mostly coming from the rear of the truck - dunno if rear diff, or centre, or what)

 

My worry is that it was literally delivered a few hours ago & I’ve not even taken it out yet!

 

complete newb here, so any help will be great. 

Post up a vid if you can, would help possibly identify the noise 👍

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Hi

 

We have changed the esc to a Hobbywing MAX10 sct and gone up 1 tooth on the pinion, only running on 2s.

 

The motor is still cool and we think the performance is better now. It’s certainly better regards the adjustability of punch and brakes anyway.

 

It could go up another tooth on the pinion we think, but happy with it as is.

 

The esc change has made most difference.

 

Cheers

 

Steve

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On 04/08/2022 at 12:11, martin34 said:

I am only running 2s and want just a little more speed.Do you think adding a couple of teeth to the pinion will cause overheating?

You should be safe going up 2 teeth on the pinion on 2s with the stock setup. As it comes out of the box quite conservative.

However I wouldn't recommend running the stock setup on 3s with a larger pinion as it will overheat and thermal cut off quickly, the motor IMO is too small for the truck.

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