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gorp

608 posts

Many toy dealers have tire size charts for the various cars on their sites.

Measured only couple times over the decades, only to check if another toy has same size to use.

Have Gage"s tires but preferr silicone here.

gorp

608 posts

Since have done this myself, it is not a good idea for anyone to try to stop a moving toy with a spoiler.

Hurts.

Here remove all spoilers.

gorp

608 posts

Woodcote, mentioned resetting due to safety of play for 3 year old.

gorp

608 posts

Oh forgot to say that have never used the controller plugs.

Just set top speed with controller on full, then rubberbanded it to set lower speed and adjusted from that.

 

BTW the racing was fun again.

gorp

608 posts

Wow now am confused.

What exactly do you wish to accomplish ?

gorp

608 posts

Maybe it is in low gear for 4x4 operation.

 

Just a joke.

How do define struggle ?

gorp

608 posts

Since no 2 races are the exactly same anytime, believe most people would do is run 1 race, switch and race 2nd, then compare it yourself, with a pencil if necessary to remember.

gorp

608 posts

Thank you woodcote.

Had expected to see news on this official scaly site , not on twitter.

gorp

608 posts

Are you using the arc app ?

Are the tires trying to move before it moves ?

Would you please hold the rear end slightly off the track and then retest the toy with a normal set controller ?

Is the car clean of rug threads ?

Can you turn the rear wheels when the power is off ?

gorp

608 posts

Why do you think it is burned out ?

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