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    I can't get my savage x to do wheelies

    I know that it's a tuning problem but I don't remember what to do.
    I don\'\'t understand why my truck doesn\'\'t break...
    I guess the duct tape is doing a good job holding it.

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    RE: I can't get my savage x to do wheelies

    tuning problem or have you checked the clutch ? bad CB bearings,worn shoes ect...
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    RE: I can't get my savage x to do wheelies

    set the high speed needle at flush with the outer brass tube and the low speed needle flush with the throttle arm. get the truck up to operating temperature , and start leaning the mixture with the high speed, by turning the needle clockwise at 1/8 turn increments. go to hpi's website and watch the tuning video
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    RE: I can't get my savage x to do wheelies

    I just replaced the clutch so I think it is a tuning problem. Thank you for the tips.
    I don\'\'t understand why my truck doesn\'\'t break...
    I guess the duct tape is doing a good job holding it.


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