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Old 04-25-2009, 01:20 AM   #1
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Jato Spinout!!!

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my friend has a 3.3 jato that has just barely finished break in and is completely stock with the anaconda tires. in the winter i took the car out and drove it on a nice dry road but i couldnt seem to get any traction?? at very low slow speed such as 2 m/h it would drive straight but if i increased the speed it would just spin around. does any one no what the problem is??

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Old 05-08-2009, 02:28 PM   #2
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could be the dif, like one tire is getting all the power , thats the only reason i can think of, try loosening the slipper, helps to keep the tires from breaking loose so quick, try holding the front with your foot and hitting the throttle to get the tires spinning if one is spinning more then the other or is the only one spinning its a dif problem, but all in all the car is insanely powerful for its size, its running the smae size motor as a monster truck and ways a 1/3 of the weight
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Old 05-09-2009, 08:44 AM   #3
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Does traxxas not recomend this truck for experts only for a reason, lol.

Way to much power for a 2 wheel drive or something like that.
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is one of the front tires tighntend a lil bit to much causing it to spin?
no matter how hard you try you just can't fix it.
if it ain't broke you ain't trying hard enough.
if at first you don't succed maby failures your thing.
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