Discussion in 'RC Onroad Forum' started by jimmy, Jul 10, 2004.
if you dont i suggest getting one. you will see a major difference wioth the pack
No, what does a fail safe actually do?
I learned the hard way some time ago. I was running my TMaxx at the park one day having a good ol time when all of a sudden it just took off across the park and into the street made it past one lane but wasnt so lucky when it went into the second lane, cost me about 150. for parts . So now I have a Failsafe on all 3 of my Nitros. cost is about 30, but well worth it.
Oh, that happended to me, luckily it wasnt going full throttle, just mildly crashed into a wall, nothing damaged
Keep an eye out for used failsafes. I got my Ofna mini fail-safe for $15. Also, get a throttle return spring or any spring that returns your carb to idle, about $1 at a hardware store.
So do you have a fail safe if not GET ONE.
you can get them new for $20
Now thats really cheap .
i think it was the ofna but i'll have to look it up
Test it before you run your truck.
Ya, Ill get one when I get the money
IVE HAD FAIL SAFE FOR YEARS AND ITS NEVER STOPPED MY CAR FROM BLOWING UP
then obviously u cant drive
E, didyou get that failsafe yet and if not what are you wait for? Is that gt blazing trails yet.
Well my neighbor hasnt had much work for me, so Im waiting for the money. I was waiting to get a gasket and a new glow plug but I just got those. So, hopefully tomorow I'll get that thing blazin!
Cool, Are you using the MC 59 plug?
No my LHS didnt have one, so I just got a Fox Blaster Plug. Im at my bros right now but Im going home in a couple hours so hopefully Ill get that thing blastin off jumps with my blaster plug lol
Fox Blaster what the ... are they any good.
Ya, they burn hotter
You want a hot plug for small block motors. Cooler for big block.
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