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Old 10-11-2013, 10:37 AM   #5401
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Have a diff question. The big washers on the outdrives seem to get nuked fairly quickly and the outdrives get loose right after that. Is there a better washer that does not eat up fast, thought about the Teflon washers that come with the MIP kit, but seem high since it has everything else in the TLR kit and all I need is the washers.
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Does anybody have any experience using the Orion R10 160amp 2-3s ESC with a 4 pole motor (Tekin Pro4 4600 specifically)? Debating on whether or not to use this ESC or go with the Tekin RX8 Gen2 for my SCTE 2.0. Any feedback is much appreciated.
Another option is the hobby wing SCT pro. About 1/2 the cost with program card and bulletproof.
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Have a diff question. The big washers on the outdrives seem to get nuked fairly quickly and the outdrives get loose right after that. Is there a better washer that does not eat up fast, thought about the Teflon washers that come with the MIP kit, but seem high since it has everything else in the TLR kit and all I need is the washers.
I am at a loss on this one. With the updated diff cases and the way the diffs are today, I haven't seen a single issue with these washers.
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Have a diff question. The big washers on the outdrives seem to get nuked fairly quickly and the outdrives get loose right after that. Is there a better washer that does not eat up fast, thought about the Teflon washers that come with the MIP kit, but seem high since it has everything else in the TLR kit and all I need is the washers.
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Old 10-11-2013, 12:51 PM   #5405
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The diff cases are 1000x better than the first ones by a long shot. I should state this is only the center diff having this issue. The front shows very little wear if any at all, the rear has a slight bit more wear, but nothing I would call unusual. The center though the one in the bottom of the diff cup shim is almost gone and the ring gear side is a little less but not by much. Possible its a bad cup if no one else is having the issue?!?! Worries me a little, if I move it at the rear it almost touches my motor.
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Old 10-11-2013, 07:41 PM   #5406
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Have a diff question. The big washers on the outdrives seem to get nuked fairly quickly and the outdrives get loose right after that. Is there a better washer that does not eat up fast, thought about the Teflon washers that come with the MIP kit, but seem high since it has everything else in the TLR kit and all I need is the washers.
The big washers in the Mugen E0206 package work great behind the big diff gears. This was recommended in the SCTE 1.0 thread.

I took a SCTE 1.0 diff apart recently and thought I had left out the washer behind one of the big gears, But I didn't. I had used Losi washers in that diff and one washer was just worn away completely except for a small ring of metal covering the O-ring. Now I use the Mugen washers.
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Ive been running my 1.0 /MIP SCTE for a while with the diff washer in the center diff nuked out with some play on the outdrive up Front. But i have not noticed any leaks or performance loss though .
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'Anybody know of a way to install 17mm hex on the SCTE 2.0? I like to run buggy wheels/tires.
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I am at a loss on this one. With the updated diff cases and the way the diffs are today, I haven't seen a single issue with these washers.



Yea im with you on the HD diff case but the washer in the center diff does still nuke out though, and cause wobble on one of the outdrives . The outdrive facing the front of my truck has the most wobble but not really bad. I just keep on using the same washers.

But like i said though i have not had any leaks or any performance loss.
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For you guys seeing diff washer wear on the center diff, what wt oil do you run?
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For you guys seeing diff washer wear on the center diff, what wt oil do you run?


Im using 7k but have ran 5k for a little bit . But it doesnt worry me though intill there is way to much wobble on the outdrive.
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'Anybody know of a way to install 17mm hex on the SCTE 2.0? I like to run buggy wheels/tires.
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Yea im with you on the HD diff case but the washer in the center diff does still nuke out though, and cause wobble on one of the outdrives . The outdrive facing the front of my truck has the most wobble but not really bad. I just keep on using the same washers.

But like i said though i have not had any leaks or any performance loss.
what i found with mine is the slop u are getting is from the diff bearings getting worn out .when that happens the diff cup doent dont stay true causing the washer to wear odd switch the front diff mount to the king headz mount
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what i found with mine is the slop u are getting is from the diff bearings getting worn out .when that happens the diff cup doent dont stay true causing the washer to wear odd switch the front diff mount to the king headz mount


Yea make sense my bearings are still good though in it. I did run one bearing that felt rough before so yea i can see that. I looked at the King Headz but dam its expensive especially for the combo set.
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