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Old 02-25-2012, 08:48 AM   #4591
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anyone know when they will be releasing the gear diff? I haven't been having much luck with the ball diff
Funny, I have had nothing but problems with my gear diff..
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Ok, dumb question. I just got my SC10 gear diff yesterday and have had zero time to look at the SC10 thread. The instructions show assembly with grease. If I am using silicone diff fluid, do I use only silicone or do I use some grease as well. Thanks guys
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The SC10 diff is 1mm smaller so be careful you may strip the idle gears
Grease/green slime for the orings and to help slide it all together
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Old 02-25-2012, 01:40 PM   #4594
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The SC10 diff is 1mm smaller so be careful you may strip the idle gears
Grease/green slime for the orings and to help slide it all together
Thanks! I did not know it was smaller. I am running 10.5 with very little boost.

I heard it was a perfect direct fit but I guess I will find out.

Thanks for the tips.
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The associated gear diff works fine, even if a tad smaller in diameter. Note that the "valley" of the teeth on one side of the diff gear does not go down as far as the "valley" of the other side. Because of this, you will likely have to shim it to one side to make sure the diff gear and idler gear mesh correctly. It seems to me that if you put the side of the gear diff with the screws facing the driver's side of the buggy, it seems to fit/mesh better. 2,000 weight associated oil is a good place to start.
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SC10 diff works fine. Take an exactoknife and cut the ridge on the teeth. 10 HPI Z892 shims on each side and it should be perfect.

FYI, the SC10 diff is really noisy; atleast mine was.
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schumacher sells some, I've got them on my ride and they look trick with the other gold parts.
Are these the ones and do they work all around

These ones?

see the others now those ones were the first to pop up. see they have a few diff lengths
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Are these the ones and do they work all around

These ones?

see the others now those ones were the first to pop up. see they have a few diff lengths
Those are the ones, just match up the lengths in the manual for the ones listed. If I remember right they were within 1-2mm of each other, the lengths weren't exact but they work fine.
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Those are the ones, just match up the lengths in the manual for the ones listed. If I remember right they were within 1-2mm of each other, the lengths weren't exact but they work fine.
Are those steel or aluminum?
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^^^I heard of some one using Kyosho but can not validate that.
I can confirm that the person that tried the kyosho diff plates used the ones from the rb5 and they did not work. Inner hole is a different size.

If anyone comes across a diff plate that crosses over from another brand, please share with the group.
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Why not just use the original?

And you guys runnig the sc10 diff are you running mod or stock?
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Are those steel or aluminum?
they're steel, I only got 'em for the bling factor. I'm sure the stock turnbuckles are just fine, I just wanted gold ones
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Why not just use the original?

And you guys runnig the sc10 diff are you running mod or stock?
because they are not available, out of stock everywhere in US.
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Why not just use the original?

And you guys runnig the sc10 diff are you running mod or stock?
I'm running mod (7.5T) on an indoor carpet track. The SC10 gear diff works like a charm
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anyone tearing up the outdrives my outdrive on the nut side is all messed up
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