Guest, ArrmaForum turns 5 YEARS old and we're Giving Away ANY Arrma RC to one lucky winner! Absolutely FREE. ENTER NOW!!
There isn’t a transmission in an Outcast. Get lost.All through your forms everybody's having problems with Bearings slippers Even contacted the company and they told me they would buy me new parts But it tears up a transmission after 2 days never even played with the slipper clutch left that the way it came and it still torn up after 2 days Like I've said before I've had cars that i have Owned for years and never replaced a Bearing
There's a slipper and 2 diffs Sorry that you're all pissyI just want people who are thinking about buying it know what they're getting Their selves into Might as well stay away from the 10 scale plastic gears
That happened because it was driven with the slipper out of adjustment and generating so much heat it melted where the bearings sit and caused the mesh to fall out of alignment. You shouldn't run them when you hear it slipping that bad.You Pay money for an RC $400 it should at least last a week or 2 before finally breaking something Best RC I've ever had was XTM mammoth If this is all you can expect from rc from these days I'd rather go back to the 80's and 90's And as far as my pick for $400 I have to check and see what has metal diff and all metal gears
I bought the truck because I liked it I didn't want the larger version I just didn't know you had to change all the gears to metal And that there was plastic gears in it I've dealt with nitro powerd trucks where everything is metal
Sorry but i just saw you snapped a sing gear teeth right off... this doesn't happen most of the diff failures is the sun gear wearing down to nothing before stripping so you snaping a ring gear teeth screma s clutch not set up correctlyI bought all new metal gears from hot racing hopefully they will work I even seen the company has their own metal gears coming out I guess they know it's a problem too I should've been more informed and already bought the metal gears for it instead of trying a new brand and finding out later
I personally never melted a slipper only one difff yoke when bearings went fiddlestick u on me. When i felt the slipper was loose i stopped pushing the car or i tried to tightent it up but a lot of folks wont notice and will keep running as is until something melts or fuzes togueterThat happened because it was driven with the slipper out of adjustment and generating so much heat it melted where the bearings sit and caused the mesh to fall out of alignment. You shouldn't run them when you hear it slipping that bad.
That damage was avoidable completely