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torquelover - 9.19.13, 6:55 am Post #1: | Reply With Quote
I seem to run across people asking how to pull the wheels up in their ECX of choice. I ran across an old vid I took where I was playing around with how much throttle to give to not yank the wheels off the ground. It's a long vid some wheelies are towards the end.

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manydubs - 9.19.13, 11:56 am Post #2: | Reply With Quote
just tighten the clutch
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torquelover - 9.20.13, 11:58 am Post #3: | Reply With Quote
manydubs said
just tighten the clutch
Yes you can do that but I was trying to not pull wheelies. Loosening the slipper would just build heat and melt parts.
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Flash178 - 9.20.13, 10:09 pm Post #4: | Reply With Quote
I can pull a wheelie in my torment almost at any speed.
I have a Brushless motor installed
My Current line up; AE: SC10 4x4, SC10B, TC5, RC8 | Axial: Ridgecrest, Wraith | ECX: Torment 2wd x2, Rukus 2wd | HPI: Baja 5B SS, Sprint 2 | Losi: 22 buggy | TD: DESC410 x2, DEST210 | Traxxas E-Revo 1/16 | Horzion :350 QX3 | Blade Nano QX | Updated Feb 2015
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manydubs - 9.23.13, 8:50 am Post #5: | Reply With Quote
Adjust the boost settings of the ESC then.
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