I don't know if I'm over thinking it or after seeing that one from yesterday run like hell on wheels I'm trying to get mine to do that and it doesn't feel like it has that kick and I keep feeling like I'm trying to find the sweet spot but, not able to. Or maybe I've seen it run so many times that I'm just getting used to it and already ready to move up to a more powerful nitro. Since everybody still stands around and I get a crowd and everybody is like "wow" when they see it run and comment on how fast it's going.
I think I might have messed up something else, the thing is that I have a narrow piece of straight road that's not too long, I guess you can think of it about the width of a street alley behind your driveway maybe a little wider but, not that much. So, what I do is I go at full throttle in a straight line and when reach the end of the road I'll press the brakes hard and turn the wheel so it kind of slides on the concrete around. I think I did this too many times today since there's a rod that connects to the wheel to a round bearing type thing and that rod disconnected from it so when you steer that wheel can't turn, so I connected it back but, the thing is that if I take off at full throttle now it swerves right and left at take-off and then I have to kind of straighten it out or keep it straight with the steering. When I pick it up and check it manually and steer left/right it seems fine so I'm not sure what the issue could be here, only thing I thought is that maybe the nut has loosened up so that when it takes off at high speed the wheel starts wobbling? I didn't get to check this as I thought of this on the way home. I mean it's not that bad, I actually drive it like that steering left/right now it makes it look like it'sburning rubber lol but, of course if a nut is loose or something I don't want to leave it like that,it would be better if I could fix it back to the way it was, maybe I shouldn't drive it like that at full speed then brake it hard and do a hard turn to make it spin around or slide across, though I think it probably grabs some people's attention.