Hi there it sounds like you have fixed a lot of issues with that Rc. May i ask what brand is it.Took two months to get the thing to the point it was starting, and running reliably.
Several weeks to get it to even start, then after that it was a whole saga to get it tuned.
Then several weeks to get it to shift into second gear. It kept shedding the clutch adjustment screw. Then when I fixed that issue from happening and it was finally reliably shifting into second gear. Then the tires were worn and it wouldn't grip so I replaced those. Then I bent a prop shaft.
Then after I fixed that with beefier shafts the ceramic brake disk got worn completely round so that even with the brake disk locked the c cup could still spin freely.
I've just fixed that with a metal brake disk and now I'm wondering what is the next issue that will reveal itself?! I get round one road block and then there's another massive one.
I've noticed the revs starting to fluctuate just before gear change so I'm guessing some issue related to that will suddenly reveal itself next.
Just once I'd like a session to end when I'm finished driving, not when the car breaks!
Is this the normal nitro experience?
HSP. Don't buy one. I've had nothing but issues from day oneHi there it sounds like you have fixed a lot of issues with that Rc. May i ask what brand is it.
Are you running so rich, that the car engine is just too cold and not reving up high enough to shift into second gear?Not sure, misplaced the temp gun recently. Can't go any more rich though or it doesn't rev high enough.
Are you running so rich, that the car engine is just too cold and not reving up high enough to shift into second gear?
Then when you stop, engine loads up on too much fuel and again has issues shifting once you start to accelarate.
There is not reason for tranny not to work, if its shifting its shifting. Its quite simple in design.
You need to lean that engine out a bit.
At this point, I would start buying HPI Nitro Rs4 3 evo parts. Make sure its a 2 speed shafty. I was considering HSP parts before I found an HPI plug.Took the car out for a bash today. Guess what failed after 5 minutes?
If you said the brake actuator shifting up, dislodging the piston so the brakes fail. You were correct!
This will be the 6th time I've have had to fix this issue!!
The design is so bad! Not only how it keeps happening. But how you need to take the engine and transmission out to fix it.
HSP. Don't buy one. I've had nothing but issues from day one