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Old 11-25-2013, 12:20 PM   #5686
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Get the tekno center drive shafts. The Losi ones snap the pin in the Cvd.

Are the 1.0 and 2.0 the same shafts? Tekno does not list them as being 2.0 compatible but I may be wrong. Trying to rush an order in today due to my pins being worn on the front shaft at the center diff.
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Old 11-25-2013, 12:29 PM   #5687
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Are the 1.0 and 2.0 the same shafts? Tekno does not list them as being 2.0 compatible but I may be wrong. Trying to rush an order in today due to my pins being worn on the front shaft at the center diff.
The front and rear are the same, just put in reverse order.
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The front and rear are the same, just put in reverse order.
Thanks Ryan.

Can anyone say for sure the Tekno front / rear or axle shaft kit even worth changing to on the 2.0? I have had no problems yet and may just be able to get by replacing the pin once in awhile and have a set of spare Losi shafts as that would let all of the parts be interchangeable.
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Old 11-26-2013, 06:47 AM   #5689
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Thanks Ryan.

Can anyone say for sure the Tekno front / rear or axle shaft kit even worth changing to on the 2.0? I have had no problems yet and may just be able to get by replacing the pin once in awhile and have a set of spare Losi shafts as that would let all of the parts be interchangeable.
The tekno center cvd's are very well constructed, and I haven't had any problems with them. But, I haven't had a problem with the losi ones either. I would buy the teknos again without a doubt.
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Old 11-27-2013, 06:16 PM   #5690
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Just put a neW one together, however my center spur doesn't want to fit right..it wobbles.ive took,off and put back on 3 times and every time the same ,don't see no,bad spots or anything
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lay the spurgear on something flat.does it look warped this way?
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Old 11-27-2013, 07:19 PM   #5692
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The tekno center cvd's are very well constructed, and I haven't had any problems with them. But, I haven't had a problem with the losi ones either. I would buy the teknos again without a doubt.
I have had failures with both,its a( wear part)..Had trouble with the set screws stripping on the Tekno`s may have been a bad batch ,don't know .I run the losi`s and keep spares .
Any one running the new MIP torque rods ?Do vthey feel too stiff? Thanx>>>> RACE ON !!
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Old 11-27-2013, 07:51 PM   #5693
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Just put a neW one together, however my center spur doesn't want to fit right..it wobbles.ive took,off and put back on 3 times and every time the same ,don't see no,bad spots or anything
If it doesn't look warped (using the test previously mentioned), make sure you're tightening the screws in a star pattern. Very similar to tightening the lugs on a real car wheel.
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Parma rally body on my 2.0!! Just have to raise the body post and remove the rear bumper.

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Any one running the new MIP torque rods ?Do vthey feel too stiff? Thanx>>>> RACE ON !!
I've got a set on mine. Fit great, look great, don't really notice a difference vs. stock, except the MIP's don't break.
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Parma rally body on my 2.0!! Just have to raise the body post and remove the rear bumper.

That's cool! Really like the paint.
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ive got two ?? were did you get it and how did you fit it on to the scte
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I'm going take apart again tomm and I will lay flat and see, what size are the center diff screws, gonna try find some with bigger head,I'm scared of them stripping out
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I'm going take apart again tomm and I will lay flat and see, what size are the center diff screws, gonna try find some with bigger head,I'm scared of them stripping out
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ive got two ?? were did you get it and how did you fit it on to the scte
http:// http://www.rcboca.com/catalo...ult/?q=par1239

Just trim along the lines, take the rear bumper off so it fit easier. Haven't tried the rear bumper again to see if it fits.
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