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May be a simple thing sounds like fuel , check that your fuel filler cap breathe hole is not blocked , try running the vehicle without cap on a short distance to see if removing cap Cures problem. If not I would suspect fuel pump is on the fritz or maybe in line fuel filter needs repalcing
I just got my Volcano S30 Friday, breaks worked great for 1 run not full speed, second run low speed no breaks at all, adjusted the linkage as requested by red at racing breaks worked good for 1 run then same thing no breaks, manually checked the breaks by hand the pad stops like it should except the wheels keep turning and the drive shaft as well.
So I have the same problem with mine, and it's fairly new. It looks like its a combination of two things. One the ESC isn't working properly and needs to be replaced (hopefully the company I bought my truck from will replace, I still haven't heard back from them), and two the gearing seems to be abnormal, the team at my local hobby store recommended a small gear on the motor (the stock is 17 and the buy at the store seemed to think that it was huge) so if you get a small one (15 pinion I think is the terminology) it puts less stress on the motor. The top speed will be reduced apparently but the gearing problem is resolved. Other things they suggested where replacing the metal main diff gear with a plastic one, or lighter material one as well; hope that helps; if the company doesn't replace my esc I am strongly considering buying a new motor/esc combo from the hobby store and hopefully sort out both problems with one purchase.