<![CDATA[Redcat Rampage Large Scale RC Vehicles | Parts | Hop-Ups - Blog]]>Mon, 08 Feb 2016 12:40:47 -0800EditMySite<![CDATA[Rampage Troubleshooting Guide: ¬†What To Do If Your Rampage Won't Start]]>Tue, 02 Feb 2016 17:22:29 GMThttp://www.rampageshop.com/blog/rampage-troubleshooting-guide-what-to-do-if-your-rampage-wont-startLike any 2-stroke engine, the day will come where your Rampage may not start or run the way you want it to.  The issue is usually something simple but tracing the cause of your no start can take a little time if you don't know what to look for.  I've created the following series of posts to help walk you through the process of troubleshooting your gas powered Rampage.  If you ever have a time where you are having difficulty starting your Rampage or keeping it running, I suggest starting at step 1. and working your way down the list until you find the problem.

This series will contain the following:
  1. Initial start procedure
  2. Fuel - coming soon
  3. Loose bolts - coming soon
  4. Air filter - coming soon
  5. Exhaust - coming soon
  6. Gaskets - coming soon
  7. Kill switch - coming soon
  8. Spark Plug - coming soon
  9. Ignition Coil - coming soon
  10. Engine flooded - coming soon
  11. No fuel to engine - coming soon
  12. Gas cap - coming soon
  13. Carburetor - coming soon
  14. Linkage - coming soon
  15. Compression - coming soon
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<![CDATA[Rampage Troubleshooting Guide Part One: ¬†Initial Start Procedure]]>Mon, 01 Feb 2016 17:21:01 GMThttp://www.rampageshop.com/blog/rampage-troubleshooting-guide-part-one-initial-start-procedurePrior to running your Rampage for the first time (or troubleshooting a staring problem), I suggest reading through this post AND watching both of the following videos at least once.  These videos will walk you through the initial start procedure as well as give you tips on mixing fuel, what oil to use, how to tune your carb, how to break-in your engine and much more.
Part One:  Initial start procedure
  1. Ensure your receiver battery and transmitter batteries are fully charged
  2. Put your Rampage on a block or brick to lift the wheels off of the ground
  3. Prime the engine by pumping the fuel bulb until fuel enters the bulb.  Don't worry, you can't prime the bulb too much.  This ensures fuel is reaching the carb
  4. Turn choke lever to vertical closed position
  5. Pull starter cord until the engine tries to start – you'll hear the engine try to fire. Then stop
  6. Return the choke lever to the horizontal or off position
  7. Pull starter cord again.  The engine should start within the next few pulls

Do not turn the ‘choke on’ again and continue to pull – otherwise you may risk flooding the engine. 

​The above procedure is for a cold engine. Once the engine is warm (or in warm weather) – the choke should be left in the horizontal position (choke off), otherwise you may flood your engine.

For further information on how to start your Rampage, be sure to watch the videos below by OBR and HPI, they covers everything from battery charging, carb tuning, fuel mixture, and correct pull start technique
Advanced Tuning, Break-In and Start Procedure Video by OBR Racing


Basic "getting started video" by HPI Racing

​Stay tuned for part 2 of the Rampage Troubleshooting Guide: Fuel
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<![CDATA[Terremoto V2 Scratch and Dent Sale]]>Sat, 30 Jan 2016 14:43:42 GMThttp://www.rampageshop.com/blog/terremoto-v2-scratch-and-dent-sale
Looking for the best deal on a 1/8 Terremoto?  Two used Terremoto V2s have just been added.  Check out the scratch and dent page before they are all gone!
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<![CDATA[Shipment of Rampage Parts & Hop-Ups Just Arrived]]>Fri, 29 Jan 2016 15:34:22 GMThttp://www.rampageshop.com/blog/shipment-of-rampage-parts-hop-ups-just-arrivedA shipment of Rampage parts and hop-ups has just arrived.  If you've been waiting for any of the following parts, grab 'em while you can...

28479  "Splashproof" 2.4GHz Receiver
50014  Front Spindle Set (L/R)
050050  Blue Aluminum Servo Saver Set - Dual Servo
50002N  Front Shocks V3 (2)
50051  6.0v 2000mah Receiver Pack
03027 Receiver Battery Charger Adapter
050034  Blue Aluminum Pull Start Cover
RCR-2CNR  2.4Ghz Transmitter
710032  Aluminum Rear Lower Suspension Arms
710032  Aluminum Front Lower Suspension Arms​
​07435  Chimera Tuned Pipe

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<![CDATA[Shipment of Terremoto and Terremoto-10 Parts Just Arrived]]>Thu, 28 Jan 2016 17:06:11 GMThttp://www.rampageshop.com/blog/shipment-of-terremoto-and-terremoto-10-parts-just-arrivedA shipment of parts for the 1/8 Terremoto and 1/10 Terremoto-10 has just arrived.  Here's a list of parts that are now back in stock and ready to order:

BS910-033 Spur Gear Set (21t / 15t / 40t)
BS910-048 CVA Driveshaft Set
BS910-005 C-Hub Set (Right)
BS502-022 Button Head Screws M3 x 10mm (12)
BS810-001 Wheel Tire Set (2)
BS501-067 Button Head Screws M4 x 22mm (12)
BS810-082 Servo Mount and Horn V2
BS810-003 Aluminum Shock Set (2)
BS810-004 Upper Suspension Arm (1)

Check out the full selection of 1/8 Terremoto Parts & Hop-Ups Here or 1/10 Terremoto-10 Here


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<![CDATA[How to Install a Kill Switch in Your Rampage]]>Fri, 15 Jan 2016 21:53:31 GMThttp://www.rampageshop.com/blog/how-to-install-a-kill-switch-in-your-rampage1A kill switch is my number one recommended upgrade to your Rampage.  The installation is fairly simple but here's a video that will help you out:
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<![CDATA[SALE - 10% Off All Parts & Hop-Ups Ordered with a Vehicle]]>Sat, 09 Jan 2016 16:00:43 GMThttp://www.rampageshop.com/blog/sale-10-off-all-parts-hop-ups-ordered-with-a-vehicle
For a limited time, when you purchase any vehicle, you'll get 10% off any ADDITIONAL parts or hop-ups you add to your order.  Here's how it works:

1.  Add the vehicle of your choice to your shopping cart
2.  Add as many in stock parts and hop-ups as you'd like to the SAME order
3.  Check out as normal
4.  I'll issue a refund of 10% off the parts and hop-ups within 48 hours
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<![CDATA[New Lower Prices on HexFly Servos, Chargers, NiMh & Lipo Batteries]]>Fri, 08 Jan 2016 19:11:11 GMThttp://www.rampageshop.com/blog/new-lower-prices-on-hexfly-servos-chargers-nimh-lipo-batteries
The entire selection of HexFly.com products have new lower prices!  Whether you are looking for Lipo batteries for your new TR-MT8e, a replacement throttle servo for your Rampage or an upgraded battery charger for your kid's rock crawler, RampageShop.com has the full range of HexFly.com products at super low prices.

Check out all the HexFly products here
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<![CDATA[Rampage Parts & Hop-Ups Back in Stock]]>Wed, 06 Jan 2016 16:21:44 GMThttp://www.rampageshop.com/blog/rampage-parts-hop-ups-back-in-stockA shipment of Rampage parts and hop-ups just arrived this morning and are available to order.  Here's a list of everything that just arrived:

07118  "X" Series Shock Mounts
07454  "X" Series Caster Block Bushings
050033  Blue Aluminum Pull Start Handle
050024  MT Tuned Pipe
07184  35T Steel Diff Gears
07152  "X" Series Lower Shock Balls
50001  MT Chassis
050028  Gunmetal Color Aluminum Air Filter
07176  m4 x 16mm Socket Head Cap Screws
50117  MT plastic servo mount
HX-15CS  Throttle Servo
HX-3600  3600mAh 25c 11.1V Lipo Battery

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<![CDATA[Team Redcat TR-MT8e Running Video by Mark Scheller]]>Tue, 29 Dec 2015 05:03:20 GMThttp://www.rampageshop.com/blog/team-redcat-tr-mt8e-running-video-by-mark-schellerMark Scheller posted this TR-MT8e video on his YouTube channel and it looks so good I thought I'd share it on the blog.  Looks like fun Mark!
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