Hello, I am a new user on this forum but have been collecting and racing mini-z's for awhile now. I recently purchased the ASF buggy and put a 48t atomic ball bearing standard motor in it. After a few minutes of running it at half throttle the motor was getting very hot (110 degrees). I noticed that the buggy does not coast when you push it by hand, it has some resistance unlike my Ma-020 and Mr03's( which glide when pushed by hand to check mesh). Almost feels like it is binding but when driving it there is no abnormal noise and seems to perform fine. Is that normal? I do not recall how the buggy felt with the stock motor in it.
I have ordered alloy motor plates and mount for the buggy, since I thought it would be useful for this motor.
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