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Old 05-24-2012, 12:09 AM   #6181
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What are the dimensions of the diff circlip? Or if anyone has the fastenal part number for the spring steel clips it would be much appreciated.
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Old 05-24-2012, 07:41 AM   #6182
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Everything is stock. I ave a B fast pro diff kit on the way
+1 on that. You'll love it, and wont have to do much maintaining with it, I just rebuilt mine after almost 2 months. About 90+ packs on the diff.
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Old 05-24-2012, 08:05 AM   #6183
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Everything is stock. I ave a B fast pro diff kit on the way
The BFast balls make a huge difference in how the diff works. The stock balls are soft and we had a similar hard time getting it set right, in fact roached them the first race weekend. Proper break in with the new balls and you'll be set, and diff diff will last you quite a while!
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Old 05-24-2012, 08:11 AM   #6184
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I wish there was a single place for this type of information. Searching for this sort of thing a month from now is nearly impossible.
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Old 05-24-2012, 08:49 AM   #6185
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I'm actually thinking of starting a website dedicated to the 210 for all of this information.
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Old 05-24-2012, 08:55 AM   #6186
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That would be good. I really liked the scte format where someone kept the 1st post updated w/ this stuff. But once that person is gone.....
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Old 05-24-2012, 09:57 AM   #6187
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I have a Clean DEX210 available.
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maybe someone should do a post like the one for the 22 with all the usefull info about everything about the car.
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Old 05-24-2012, 02:36 PM   #6189
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This is a good place to look Petit RC Durango 210 setups page.
A good spring steel 8mm circlip does the job and these are standard on ebay I use these 8mm internal circlip DIN472
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if I make my rear camberlink shorter and mount it lower on the gearbox. what are the effects?

I have shaved off the original location ( mounting tab ) on the gearbox and made a carbon plate.

the ballstud is now several mm lower and the camberlink is now much shorter



in a few days I have a race on hardpacked low traction dirt
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if I make my rear camberlink shorter and mount it lower on the gearbox. what are the effects?

I have shaved off the original location ( mounting tab ) on the gearbox and made a carbon plate.

the ballstud is now several mm lower and the camberlink is now much shorter



in a few days I have a race on hardpacked low traction dirt
I would expect it to have considerably less body roll due to the shortened link, and less traction overall. Could you move your mount to the top of the brace from the chassis to the rear bulkhead (like the Tresrey mount)? Look like some trimming may be needed to do it, but that should get you closer to the stock adjustment range.
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you mean on the spot where you see the 2mm orange spacer?
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you mean on the spot where you see the 2mm orange spacer?
If I'm seeing it right, yes. Just below your sensor wire.
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Vibrations from where? Did you remove the wheels and recheck? Did you.compress the suspension by hand and recheck?
I guess it was the suspension after all..way to much droop while it was on the stand during the break in...thanks for the help/information everyone
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if I make my rear camberlink shorter and mount it lower on the gearbox. what are the effects?
A dramatically raised roll center.
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