Question about Traxxas Rc Revo Nitro Monster Truck
you have two different problems. The engine is reving high because fuel into the engine is being starved i.e. the fast idle is set too high. This can eventually lead to a ruined engine. Traxxas engines are designed to run very rich with a heavy amount of oil to keep them cool. Retune your engine. Secondly your clutch shoes have probably glazed over or are simply worn out. Replace these. There's alsways a possibility that you've broken a gear in the transmission but the clutch shoes are much easier to replace and probably should be at regular intervals. Your manual will explain how to change them and how to retune. Good luck
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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