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Trucks Trying To Help A Friend.

Discussion in 'Cars, Trucks, Boats' started by Onespeed, Sep 1, 2018.

  1. Onespeed

    Onespeed New Member

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    The Evergreen State
    My friend has one of those axial trucks he says his truck will go balls to the wall when not on ground ..soon as he puts it down goes about 5 feet. He is running NIMH which i have not for a while.... so im leaning toward battery any other thoughts?

  2. Tony

    Tony Administrator Staff Member

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    This sounds like an over current situation. I would look at the motor and ESC. If it is a brushed motor, it may just need to be replaced.

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