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DriftKid
2006.08.12, 12:25 PM
OK, well basically my MZM has no motor when the power is on( no throttle or nothing), but when the power switch is off is just turns it self on and goes full forward. What do y'all think is the problem and the solution.Thanks! eps

GT3
2006.08.12, 12:56 PM
Sounds like blown fets. Mine acted the same way. Get a 2X3 stack. You won't regret it:)

DriftKid
2006.08.12, 01:12 PM
How the **** can fets blow in a ****ing day!


And I should add i looked inside the beast and couldn't see anything wrong with it, like scorching or anything. hmmmmm...

GT3
2006.08.12, 01:51 PM
It doesn't take much. I was running mine up and down the driveway at full throttle and it basically overheated. I had one small blister on one fet. I've blown fets in racers with no visible damage at all.

Draconious
2006.08.12, 02:55 PM
is the servo/steering workign at all?

that is quite odd that it powers the motor whenits OFF... that should not happen... even if the fets are blown.

It sounds like it was wired wrong durring assembly... or maybe you got it from some one that damaged it and tried replacing the PCB in it... and they did it wrong... lol.

MINIz guy11
2006.08.12, 05:05 PM
it doesnt sound weird to me. when i blew my fets, it would do that

DriftKid
2006.08.12, 07:11 PM
Yah the steering is A.O.K!

DriftKid
2006.08.12, 09:49 PM
Ok, so I guess I should send it out for a fet stack, i think ill just get the 2x2 since i dont have the money righ now for more.Thanks

DriftKid
2006.08.13, 07:41 PM
BUMP! HELp

Spoon
2006.08.13, 08:34 PM
Yeah, if you have steering but no throttle the fets are blown...Unless it's abad motor connection. Anyway, you can also just do a 2X1 FET replacement.

It only takes a second to blow FET's if you are overloading the car. If you tow things or pin it against a wall or run a motor that's too hot, you can fry the FETs.

I think there is a picture of a blown FET here (http://mini-zracing.com/blog/_archives/2006/7/11/2093568.html) There's also some good information about FET stacks, replacements and turbos...

DriftKid
2006.08.14, 10:03 PM
Thank you that was so helpful!. Anyway I fig'd Id just get a 2x2 for insurance since im sending out the car anyway, since no where around here does this work. THanks, Ev

Has anyone had lcuk with the shop here doing their work? Ty

GT3
2006.08.15, 03:31 PM
Mine was done by the shop. Took about two weeks there and back. Nice clean job too. Good luck with it!

-Turbo-
2006.10.08, 02:56 PM
Could the shop install a Nelly stacked turbo for me?

Spoon
2006.10.08, 07:34 PM
Could the shop install a Nelly stacked turbo for me?

I don't know if the shop would do it, but maybe PH2T would do it for you. He is the one that sells the nelly's. Email him and ask.

-Turbo-
2006.10.08, 07:47 PM
How often does he come on?