Now I finally repaired my Tamiya Panther Transmission siege.
After careful consideration of the reason for the empty spin was found quickly. An axis has eaten with the bearings in the gears and therefore rotated in the soft aluminum side panels and is knocked out.
So I disassembled and cleaned the gear first.
For the shaft, I shot two small bearings.
After I reinstalled again and this time really play the shaft, I could reassemble the transmission.
Basically, these transmissions are very complex designed and built, but with a few minor errors and incomprehensible for me and weaknesses, but now both transmission run after the oil properly again.
Who by the way, asks what the iron rings will cause the motors. So you can amplify the magnetic fields of the motors in a very simple example and get some more torque at just such a cheap engines, what exactly constituted the ounce in my Panther, which he needed. After my conversion to brushless but that is now no longer an issue.