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    Factory Team B4.1 problem, help?

    Can anyone help me? What is the problem here? I think it is the clutch, but i am not sure. Please help me

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    I'm not a big electric guy, if your clutch is bad/worn then you will have excessive heat at the clutch from slipping... shooting in the dark here, is your motor,ESC and battery good??
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    Quote Originally Posted by SportFury View Post
    I'm not a big electric guy, if your clutch is bad/worn then you will have excessive heat at the clutch from slipping... shooting in the dark here, is your motor,ESC and battery good??
    Ok, thanks No, the Motor and all the rest of electric is nerly new, and it works...
    I will see

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    Now I have moved the pinion little time out and it looks like that was what was the problem. Much more smooth sound now

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    Ok, glad you got it
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    Quote Originally Posted by andjoh View Post
    Now I have moved the pinion little time out and it looks like that was what was the problem. Much more smooth sound now
    If I understand what you are refering to the term you are looking for is called "Mesh" and a good way to set your a mesh is to take the plastic bag you get when you buy an r/c car part or like a pinion and stick it between the spur and pinion. Then move the motor all the way up untill the bag is a liitle loose but kind of tight and then tighten the motor mounting screw and you are good to go. Rememer: Make sure you change the "Mesh" every time you change a pinion or spur size!!!

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