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Old 08-28-2004, 05:42 PM   #11
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Spond wrote
except a doggbone came out on the last turn...
Are you running kyosho.? just wondering why they keep coming out.
The K3 had this same problem.

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i will race next year and hope to do well. my savage and my nmt2
The savages did well this year. There were a lot moving around...especially in the a-main. But frankly the stadiums are a different breed and should not be run in the MT class...JMO

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my maxx ate my last 2 good glow plugs
talk to fozy about glow plugs...he goes through them like butter...I can't explain it...he even buys the pricey ones.

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I found that landing on the piping can blow apart the rear bulkheads on a maxx.
OMG you mashed the heck out of them....couple that with the shock issues ...man you could have been a contender willard....

Madd Maxx amen on the time. I watched and the ones that did well were doing maintenance every moment of non race time..there was really no time to sit around.
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Old 08-28-2004, 08:04 PM   #12
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pricey ones r not always better..... they r usually only good for a few tanks.. im gonna try sum fox plugs... ill let u no soon guys
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Originally Posted by Warlock
Are you running kyosho.? just wondering why they keep coming out.
The K3 had this same problem.
I have a savage..nothing kyosho about it..

They came out because I ground to much of the steering knuckle away and eliminated any positive stops that limited my steering..as a result, on full compression, and full steering, the axel pulled to far away from the driveline and the doggie fell out...

I'm going back to cvd's, hopefully fixing the problem...
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