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Old 06-05-2014, 09:32 PM   #5071
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Does anyone know what length ball studs are used on the new Factory Team rear aluminum hubs?
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Does anyone know what length ball studs are used on the new Factory Team rear aluminum hubs?
Depends on which hole you want to put that shaft in.
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Old 06-05-2014, 09:43 PM   #5073
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I guess it also depends on the shim you use too.
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you have to use shorter ones over the bearing or your will ruin the bearing.
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Old 06-05-2014, 09:56 PM   #5075
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Good to know. Thanks
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Old 06-05-2014, 09:57 PM   #5076
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Are there any milled motor plates available yet?
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Those running everything inline and trimming the plastic braces, are the hard plastics being used instead of the kit plastics?
If you are talking about chassis plastics, no. I am using hard on some of the suspension components.
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Does anyone know what length ball studs are used on the new Factory Team rear aluminum hubs?
Just the forward inside stud hole needs care & a shorter ball stud (6mm).

Rest use a 8mm stud..

Your going to use the rear inside stud location on the hub & include 3mm spacer under the stud.
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Hi everyone
Does your front wheel on full lock hit the front suspension arm?
Mine sure does.
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Does it do it when the car is sitting static or when u are holding it in the air? Also u could jus adjust your end points on your radio.
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how does flipping the inserts in the rear hubs from the up and down position effect handling?higher more traction or vice versa?
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how does flipping the inserts in the rear hubs from the up and down position effect handling?higher more traction or vice versa?
insert holes up=higher roll center
insert holes down=lower roll center

Depends on how "locked in" or "freed up" you want the rear. There are many existing threads around here cussing and discussing the whole roll center thing ...
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From what car/platform? Because the studs and ballcups from the 210/410 are the worst studs and ballcups on the market. I would run the Kyosho ballscups and lunsford studs if looking for an alternative.
Just because you can't figure out how to build them properly doesn't make them bad. I just replaced my 2 year old ballcups on my DEX210 with new non-Dimec X cups.
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Just the forward inside stud hole needs care & a shorter ball stud (6mm).

Rest use a 8mm stud..

Your going to use the rear inside stud location on the hub & include 3mm spacer under the stud.
Thanks
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