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Old 12-22-2013, 05:32 PM   #5821
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just did a rebuild with change of bearings.... much needed, but it gets quicker every time!
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Old 12-23-2013, 06:05 AM   #5822
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Can anyone confirm if the Tekno M6 driveshafts for front and rear require the Tekno outdrives, or do they work with the Losi Lightened and Hardened outdrives? My losi drive shafts that came with the kit are hitting the outdrives and started to wear. Want to replace them with the Tekno ones, but don't want to replace the outdrives if not required.
Like rcgod said, the centre driveshafts slot straight in (highly recommended!).

The shafts for the fronts and rears need the Tekno outdrives. Refer to the manufacturer's product page and it calls it out.

Note: These driveshafts are not compatible with the stock driveshaft parts (i.e. you canít use our shafts and the stock outdrives for example)
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Old 12-23-2013, 09:21 AM   #5823
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Like rcgod said, the centre driveshafts slot straight in (highly recommended!).

The shafts for the fronts and rears need the Tekno outdrives. Refer to the manufacturer's product page and it calls it out.

Note: These driveshafts are not compatible with the stock driveshaft parts (i.e. you canít use our shafts and the stock outdrives for example)
Thanks guys, not sure how I missed that.....
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Old 12-23-2013, 09:44 AM   #5824
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Since I put my scte 2.0 together, I have had issues with spacing between the pinion and spur gear. I'm running a 540 castle creation motor with supplied fan, but only have limited movement because of the side guards. I have shaved them down yet still have issues. Any recommendations?

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Old 12-23-2013, 09:44 AM   #5825
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What effect does placing 5000 diff oil in the rear diff have on how the car drives?
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Old 12-23-2013, 09:56 AM   #5826
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What effect does placing 5000 diff oil in the rear diff have on how the car drives?
Often times when really pushing a 4wsc, the opposite rear tire may come up some and this will cause a snapping feeling to the rear end. The heavier rear diff oil will help the car not diff out in these situations and thus feel like you have more rear traction.
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Since I put my scte 2.0 together, I have had issues with spacing between the pinion and spur gear. I'm running a 540 castle creation motor with supplied fan, but only have limited movement because of the side guards. I have shaved them down yet still have issues. Any recommendations?

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You could always double check you have the side guards on correctly as there is a left and right and they look a little similar.
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Old 12-23-2013, 12:54 PM   #5828
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Often times when really pushing a 4wsc, the opposite rear tire may come up some and this will cause a snapping feeling to the rear end. The heavier rear diff oil will help the car not diff out in these situations and thus feel like you have more rear traction.
Ok thanks I set it up like most of you guys with 5/7/5 also I'm here in s.Florida so in going 32.5 f / 30 r shocks for the weather.
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I run on a small track I have 5.5 what is good pinon to start with.thanks
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I have scanned back 100 pages and either I missed it or it was further back. I am just wondering if the 8ight 3.0e radio box will fit on the 2.0? Lots of great info guys. SC is growing again so I am ready to get a new ride.
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Old 12-23-2013, 07:57 PM   #5831
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Been having a ton of fun with the 2.0. It was pushing a bit on the short loose track so I'm gonna drop down from 5/7/5 diff to 5/7/3 to get a little more traction in and out of the corners. Man does this thing fly straight and flat though.
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I have scanned back 100 pages and either I missed it or it was further back. I am just wondering if the 8ight 3.0e radio box will fit on the 2.0? Lots of great info guys. SC is growing again so I am ready to get a new ride.
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Old 12-23-2013, 08:26 PM   #5833
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Perfect, thank you. I will ordered the box with the kit!!!
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Bearing list for the Losi 2.0

4 5x8x2.5 steering

6 12x18x4 diffs
4 5x11x4 diffs

4 10x15x4 hubs
4 6x12x4 hubs
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Old 12-24-2013, 09:31 PM   #5835
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Bearing list for the Losi 2.0

4 5x8x2.5 steering

6 12x18x4 diffs
4 5x11x4 diffs

4 10x15x4 hubs
4 6x12x4 hubs
thanks my lhs had a avid set so i picked them up.... truck needed them had some bearings that were not smooth at all.
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