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Old 08-12-2014, 10:01 PM   #4156
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And no limiters inside the shocks?
1mm in the front shocks. Forgot about that.
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Old 08-12-2014, 10:01 PM   #4157
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Ahhh i was hoping that would fit!
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Old 08-13-2014, 05:16 AM   #4158
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[HBS113071] Hot Bodies Spur Gear (72T)
http://www.amain.com/Hot-Bodies-Spur-Gear-72T/p298473

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[HBS113071] Hot Bodies Spur Gear (72T)
http://www.amain.com/Hot-Bodies-Spur-Gear-72T/p298473

14 in stock! Be quick!

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Old 08-13-2014, 05:41 AM   #4160
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For quick reference there are at least a dozen other parts recently added...

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Old 08-13-2014, 01:25 PM   #4161
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Riddle me this Batman! So last night I am going to change my center diff oil, keep in mind I have about 20 batteries of run time from the original build. I remove the four screws and lift the spur gear off,(and I'm thinking how awful it will be to clean out) look inside and what the F#!# the oil is gone! the gears are heavily coated mind you but not filled like I put it together. Also note my rig she is K clean, no residue no drops oil anywhere, there was no escape!! So where did it go?
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Riddle me this Batman! So last night I am going to change my center diff oil, keep in mind I have about 20 batteries of run time from the original build. I remove the four screws and lift the spur gear off,(and I'm thinking how awful it will be to clean out) look inside and what the F#!# the oil is gone! the gears are heavily coated mind you but not filled like I put it together. Also note my rig she is K clean, no residue no drops oil anywhere, there was no escape!! So where did it go?
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Wow that's weird what weight fluid were you running ?
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Wow that's weird what weight fluid were you running ?
10K, that's why I was changing it, ready to get a little more aggressive!
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Literally burned it up. 10k way too low on this car.
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Old 08-13-2014, 02:35 PM   #4165
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Literally burned it up. 10k way too low on this car.
then he would have some kind of dust in the diff.
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[HBS113071] Hot Bodies Spur Gear (72T)
http://www.amain.com/Hot-Bodies-Spur-Gear-72T/p298473

14 in stock! Be quick!

1 left! Who's feeling lucky
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When its time to replace a chassis lol. I dont think its needed till then and only then bc of cost.
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then he would have some kind of dust in the diff.
Your explanation then?
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Simple, when he built the diff he had a lot of air in the oil. When the diff was ran the air gets worked out and oil levels are lower. Also when you open up the case oil sticks to parts so making it look like there is even less.

Work on better methods of putting oil in the diff to get less air and you will have more consistent diff feel.
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