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Old 01-25-2012, 01:38 PM   #3841
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I have yet to break the RF toe block, but now stating that they will break left and right...
Yeah, I would do the RDRP one if it were metal, BUT looks brass. Tresrey rear Toe block for me.
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Can't wait for some new spur gears. I checked last week and Tresrey was out. I just built the car and will run for the first time this Friday. I'm not sure why they put an 87 spur in 2wd buggy kit; the biggest pinion I can squeeze in is a 25 maybe a 26. Luckily I'm running an 8.5t so hopefully it isn't an issue.
I have a 69 for mine, you can also ream out an AE spur to fit
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6mm aluminum shock towers... is this an 1/8 e buggy
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Old 01-25-2012, 01:43 PM   #3844
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6mm aluminum shock towers... is this an 1/8 e buggy
way overkill.
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Old 01-25-2012, 01:47 PM   #3845
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You know, I was concerned with gearing, couldnt find the proper sized spur gear so i used the stocker. I am running a 10.5T xerun and 120ampxerun esc, geared 25/87 with 30deg of boost, this is wicked fast.
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I have a 69 for mine, you can also ream out an AE spur to fit
I thought about that after seeing that suggestion in this thread. But, the slipper pads are a little sloppy in the AE gear. I'm not sure how much of an impact that would have but I thought I'd save myself some work and try the stock one first. thanks for the suggestion.
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Yeah, I would do the RDRP one if it were metal, BUT looks brass. Tresrey rear Toe block for me.

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You know, I was concerned with gearing, couldnt find the proper sized spur gear so i used the stocker. I am running a 10.5T xerun and 120ampxerun esc, geared 25/87 with 30deg of boost, this is wicked fast.
I run the exact same setup. speedpassion ultra sportsman 10.5 with xerun 120a and 30deg boost. 25/87

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More pics

http://www.area52.cc/news/1835-rdrp-...ion-parts.html

Try the RW spurs they come in a range of sizes and are a LOT quiter than the TD ones.

Schumacher ones fit without moding, and their pads.

Ive done several inner rear kick ups so that will probably be a buy for me, tresrey look nice, and would be nice to get the wing raised a little but not in alu, plastic would be fine.

The front brass bulkhead looks good too.

TD alu rear hexes are available now, I got them to convert my 410 to 14mm, sooo much better than the pins
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Old 01-25-2012, 02:39 PM   #3850
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hehe.. they aren't even pics, they are CG renders
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I thought about that after seeing that suggestion in this thread. But, the slipper pads are a little sloppy in the AE gear. I'm not sure how much of an impact that would have but I thought I'd save myself some work and try the stock one first. thanks for the suggestion.
I have one made for the 210 the ae spur was a suggestion
www.rwracing.co.uk I live in Michigan and our local HS has them
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Old 01-25-2012, 06:43 PM   #3852
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My rear rims both have flat spots on the inside of the rim. They are not round, has anyone else had this issue? Just wondering.
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Old 01-25-2012, 06:47 PM   #3853
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Just got home from the first night at the track with the 210 in MM3 and I think I am in LOVE!!Running the same layout that I ran friday night with the RB5sp2..friday the fastest lap I could turn was an 11.5 and i had to drive the piss out of the K car to pull that one off.Tonight within 10 laps of getting to know the buggy I was running 11.2 's CONSISTANTLY and threw down 10.9 for the fast lap and I wasnt really pushing the car at all..So far I beleive its the best decision I have made to ditch the KcarThis was on an ozite carpet offroad track running schuey mini pins on R and barcodes in gold with LIGHT sauce on front...Just silly hooked!!
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Question on Diff Direction.

From looking from the front of the Car which direction should the side of the diff with the flat head screw be facing. I have had it on the right side of my car but taking it apart to switch from 3mm to 4mm and thought I would ask if I have it on the proper side.

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