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Type1

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Hi all; I’m a bit disappointed, 2 bash and 1 bad landing and bend the rear drive shaft and the rear brace.
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Tried to put it straight as I normally do with Arrma drive shafts and this happened 2 time I hitted the hammer, really bad quality

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Provisional center brace. Hope it will work

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I had a similar issue early on when bashing, yet never an issue on track. I fitted an aluminium rear brace and a front and rear bumper, it's never happened again. It is one most reliable cars I've ever owned. Don't forget this car is built for flex on a track, and it sure does flex on a hard tail landing.
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I’m waiting for find in the market front and rear 7075 brace. And if is there any center one. The car flights really well.
 

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Do you guys have this kind of problem, the screws from the diff come off, this is the first one on my tekno. In my arrma happened many times
 

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Try without washer. The countersunk head has more friction on the conic plastic than on the flat washer
 

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Try without washer. The countersunk head has more friction on the conic plastic than on the flat washer
I took them off yesterday. Hope the bumper will last for long.
 

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Define “bad landing “
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This was my latest wing landing, my fault completely, a 70-90 foot jump straight on the wing at the beach. I was doing a double backflip and my finger slipped out of the trigger when I went to hit the break the car overrotated and the wing dig in to the sand clean snapping the bulkhead.
 

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Another day, and another piece broken, for sure the parts of this tekno are worse than the one I have in my arrma. I can’t believe how the hinge pin has broken. And the shock cap!!!! I’ve ordered the not vented ones maybe better for bashing
 

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