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Old 01-31-2012, 11:59 AM   #4006
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I find it odd that some of you guys need more steering, you must be running inside on high bite clay? I have my d/r at 80% because i have so much steering running 4.5deg rear toe in(guess that is relative to the track).
You must have the wrong rear tires to be using that much toe in or your setup is way off. This buggy has so much rear grip as it is...
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Old 01-31-2012, 02:13 PM   #4007
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what brand oil does Lutz use ?
durango? or a other brand? couse durango .cst is not the same as Xray .cst and also different then AE .cst

so when Lutz uses 375 cst front and 275 cst rear what kinde oil is that in wt ?

I have 275 = 25wt associated factory team oil is that the same as 275 durango oil ?

so when I want 375 and 275 .cst what Lutz has, what associated factory team oil do I need?
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what brand oil does Lutz use ?
durango? or a other brand? couse durango .cst is not the same as Xray .cst and also different then AE .cst

so when Lutz uses 375 cst front and 275 cst rear what kinde oil is that in wt ?

I have 275 = 25wt associated factory team oil is that the same as 275 durango oil ?

so when I want 375 and 275 .cst what Lutz has, what associated factory team oil do I need?
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Lutz uses PT Rc oils.
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Old 01-31-2012, 02:23 PM   #4011
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I know that chart, but it does not hold an awnser for me.

what brand oild does Lutz uses?
and if he uses durango oil, this chart does not have the 275.cst and 375.cst.

so I can not find the appropriate team associated oil
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Lutz uses PT Rc oils.
ok, so PT it is.

but 275.cst from PT is how many wt from team associated ? and 375.cst ?
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Old 01-31-2012, 02:26 PM   #4013
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[QUOTE=murky123;10256995]what brand oil does Lutz use ?
durango? or a other brand? couse durango .cst is not the same as Xray .cst and also different then AE .cst

so when Lutz uses 375 cst front and 275 cst rear what kinde oil is that in wt ?

I have 275 = 25wt associated factory team oil is that the same as 275 durango oil ?

so when I want 375 and 275 .cst what Lutz has, what associated factory team oil do I need?[/QUOTE]

He uses pt racing oils. unless pt releases the specifics for a chart you will not be able to get a straight answer as each manufacturer uses different rates
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Old 01-31-2012, 02:50 PM   #4014
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The PT RC oils that I use go exactly by the cst scale. So if you can find what oils you are running and how they convert to cst then you can see what i'm running.
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Found this in the DNX thread....275 should be around 22.5ish

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For the PT R/C Racing Oils that I am using here is the conversion to Losi Wt.
350=27.5
375=30
400=32.5
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You must have the wrong rear tires to be using that much toe in or your setup is way off. This buggy has so much rear grip as it is...
The thing is that I run outside on a dry loamy 1/8 clay track. Traction is a precious comodity at here.

here is the track
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The thing is that I run outside on a dry loamy 1/8 clay track. Traction is a precious comodity at here.

here is the track
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTRjK7LyXoE
What motor conf. you running? Still...sounds like your setup is unbalanced, better yet. Post it.
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hey guys,

Just gotten my DEX 210.. VERY VERY Pleased with the quality of the kit.

Just a few questions that i would like to ask, it may have been covered before somewhere along the 200++ pgs.

Question 1)
With regards to the ball diff positioning. which side should the nut be on, placing the front of the buggy away from u. Should it be on the Spur side or the other side??

Question 2)
What is the fastest way to remove the diff from its casing?? any tips or advice?? i see lots and lots of screws to remove.

Please do advise.

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Question 1)
With regards to the ball diff positioning. which side should the nut be on, placing the front of the buggy away from u. Should it be on the Spur side or the other side??
I put the nut on the driver side

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What is the fastest way to remove the diff from its casing?? any tips or advice?? i see lots and lots of screws to remove.

Please do advise.

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