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Old 11-29-2015, 05:27 PM   #10201
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From RENOV8R a few pages back.

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Yes used on the front hubs and/or stock ackerman bar. I used 4 in total for D413 C-hub.
thank you. i just got a 8.5 turn what pinion should i start with?
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Old 11-30-2015, 06:54 PM   #10202
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Does anyone know ballstuds with long threads? When I was driving with 4mm spacers in front links, inner stud ripped off from the gearbox. So I would need ballstuds with longer threads for more secure.(originals are 15mm?)
Funny you should ask this, I just bent the rear inner ballstud when it ripped out of the rear carbon fiber camber link mount I had. You can't find the stock HB part number (HBS112983) anywhere in the U.S, which really pisses me off, but I digress. The longest ball stud this car uses is 10mm long. The actual dimensions are 4.8mm (ball diameter) x 5mm (height from top of ball to shoulder) x 10mm (thread length). After some extensive research I found that Losi makes a 4.8mm x 10mm long ball stud that works great, the part number is TLR6023. The only difference is that the TLR ball stud is about 6mm from the top of the ball to the shoulder because the shoulder is about 2mm in height. The HB ball stud shoulder is only about 1mm in height. I used these on my car this weekend and they held up great.
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http://www.lunsfordracing.com/mm5/me...gory_Code=BALL

These here as well.
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Old 12-01-2015, 07:23 AM   #10204
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Yes they are. I have all Lundsford titanium ball studs, screws and turnbuckles. My wallet's drained
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thank you. i just got a 8.5 turn what pinion should i start with?
I run a 20 on a 7.5 so I would think a 22 should be a good starting point...........
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I run a 20 on a 7.5 so I would think a 22 should be a good starting point...........
Front page says 26/27. I'm running a 7.5 and am starting first run today at 24.
What kind of heat are you getting on 20? I'm worried I might be too high. I was a nitro guy, so electric gearing I'd new to me. Any good links to understand reductions?
Hope I'm not hijacking dirt diggers post!
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OUCH! After almost one year of driving like I stole it, I broke it bad. High speed jump on straight in air crash into the side of wall and it was LOUD.
well i finally got my car back together after my order had been lost for week. I used avid aluminum chassis with 27g in front and added 15g rear. Car looks good and is heavy,I'm liking it. with a 5.5 it should drive nice.

Are you guys adding weight to you mod cars? If so where and how much?
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Front page says 26/27. I'm running a 7.5 and am starting first run today at 24.
What kind of heat are you getting on 20? I'm worried I might be too high. I was a nitro guy, so electric gearing I'd new to me. Any good links to understand reductions?
Hope I'm not hijacking dirt diggers post!
How were your Temps with the 24 pinion?
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How were your Temps with the 24 pinion?
Smoking!! Came off 160 after 3-4 minutes. Still figuring out the car so I wasn't full throttle for most of that.
Dropped to 22, and ran a pack to cut off, off the track at 155-160. (Normal hard driving) So I'm thinking 20/21 with a touch of timing will be tits!!!
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Smoking!! Came off 160 after 3-4 minutes. Still figuring out the car so I wasn't full throttle for most of that.
Dropped to 22, and ran a pack to cut off, off the track at 155-160. (Normal hard driving) So I'm thinking 20/21 with a touch of timing will be tits!!!
Ps witty name thanks for the awesome links. They are saved!
sounds like good deal. 21 +timing car be perfect .
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hey guys will Losi or associated pistons fit these shocks ?
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The center hole on the Losi/AE pistons is larger than was is used for the D413.
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Old 12-02-2015, 02:42 PM   #10214
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The center hole on the Losi/AE pistons is larger than was is used for the D413.
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does anyone know what size drill bits i need to drill 1.6 and 1.7 pistons?
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