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Mahrensx4

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Hey guys new to the forum but not rcs. I have a question, I picked up a new outcast today, somehow my lhs had some in stock. I ran it on 4s with a little snow in the grass, street fairly clear but cold. It seems that the center diff is unloading to the front tires as I couldn't get it to wheelie. Any advice or do I need more power?
 

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Change your center diff oil.
Comes stock with 10K CST, and 7K CST in the front and rear.
More viscous center diff should do the trick, try 200K or 300K....or even 500K.
Also adjust your punch setting higher...default is 4, max is 9.
Instant full power on should help apply the force needed to lift the front end.
What C rating is your 4S?
 

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Change your center diff oil.
Comes stock with 10K CST, and 7K CST in the front and rear.
More viscous center diff should do the trick, try 200K or 300K....or even 500K.
Also adjust your punch setting higher...default is 4, max is 9.
Instant full power on should help apply the force needed to lift the front end.
What C rating is your 4S?
It's was 2 2s in series. They are 7600mah 25c and I'll try the center diff oil thx
 

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Truck needs minimum of 35C.
Not sure if that is the case when running 2 in parallel, but that may be the issue as well.
 
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Also I hear these are hobbywing ESC can I use my hobbywing card on them to adjust stuff
 

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I have this vehicle, and have 3S, 4S & 6S power supply.

Fresh out of the box, in stock form, no adjustments are needed to do wheelies on 4S.

I suspect it has to do with low surface traction (snow), or lower battery discharge rate.

Try 35C or higher, or dry asphalt.

Also I hear these are hobbywing ESC can I use my hobbywing card on them to adjust stuff
 

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I have this vehicle, and have 3S, 4S & 6S power supply.

Fresh out of the box, in stock form, no adjustments are needed to do wheelies on 4S.

I suspect it has to do with low surface traction (snow), or lower battery discharge rate.

Try 35C or higher, or dry asphalt.
Cool thanks. I had a slash 4x4 with a center diff and this sounded the same way when it was unloading. I'll try a different set of batteries and some cleared roads.
 
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