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PJ's RC TECH TIP #11 (Beginner): Keep track of motor, ESC, and battery temps, they should be around 130-140 degrees fahrenheit. We use the "Rule of Thumb" that is you can not hold your Thumb on the Motor for 5 seconds, its time to allow the motor and ESC to cool. Keep in mind, driving in Tall grass and sand will heat the Electronics up quicker.

Beginner Tech Tip #10 Binding the Receiver to Transmitter

PJ's RC TECH TIP: As silly as it may sound is your transmitter on, vehicle plugged in, turned on, and linked? Sometimes on rare occasion our vehicles will not respond to us. The Receiver could have become unbound from the Transmitter, The ESC throttle needs to be re-cailbrated or your low voltage detection [...]

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Beginner Tech Tip #9

PJ's RC TECH TIP #9 (Beginner): Remember to turn on your Transmitter first then your car so the Receiver can bind to the car. Your Tqi Transmitter is also capable of being paired to multiple vehicles. This way you have less Transmitters floating around.

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Beginner Tech Tip #8

PJ's RC TECH TIP #8 (Beginner): Do not leave any batteries plugged into the vehicle at any time. The ESC's will draw the slightest amount of power even when turned off. Your NiMh & LiPo batteries will become damaged if drained of too low voltage.

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Beginner Tech Tip #7

PJ's RC TECH TIP #7 (Beginner): Do not store LiPo’s fully charged. They will puff and become unusable. The best way to keep them in excellent condition is to use the Traxxas 2970 or 2972 EZ-Peak charger. We recommend putting your LiPo batteries in storage mode when they will not be used [...]

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Beginner Tech Tip #6

PJ's RC TECH TIP #6 (Beginner): Do not cut or shorten your antenna tip. We see this all the time at our shop. The metal tip and the shielded wire above it is the most critical part of the antenna. If damaged the distance your truck will respond to you will shorten [...]

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Beginner Tech Tip #5

PJ's RC TECH TIP #5 (Beginner): Check and make sure clutch nut on applicable vehicles are tight. The springs that create the appropriate tension between the spur gear and the clutch plates have a tendency to wear out over time. As they wear out you will experience slower acceleration which is your clutch [...]

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Beginner Tech Tip #4

PJ's RC TECH TIP #4 (Beginner): Check motor screws for tightness and or add blue lock-tight to your pinion set screw and engine mount screws. Anything that goes 35 mph is going to vibrate! Especially as we jump them off of every obstacle we can find. When your motor moves out of [...]

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Beginner Tech Tip #2

PJ's RC TECH TIP #2 (Beginner):PJ'J RC TECH TIP: Make sure tires are not ungluing, and or bead locks are tight. Tire glue by nature and compound is brittle. With the incredible amount of torque and RPM's those tires are spinning at, glue and rubber have a tendency to break the bead and [...]

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Beginner Tech Tip #3

PJ's RC TECH TIP #3 (Beginner): Use an airgun to blow off excess dirt, mud and moisture from your vehicles critical components. Lubricate your bearings with WD-40, 3-1 oil, gun oil or similar after use. Most of us have troubles avoiding puddles, wet grass, mud and all the fun elements in our way! [...]

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