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Old 02-17-2015, 12:55 PM   #526
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The AE three gear tranny does not reverse motor rotation.
It does and it doesn't. It does not reverse the motor rotation in the sense that you need to reverse the rotation in your ESC or change motor phasing. It does in the sense that the motor is rotating opposite in relation to the car direction.
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Little bit more data on the +4mm D mount

• Used for B5M/T5M
• Makes rear pivot 4mm wider (requires flipping insert in D plate)
• Gives improved stability
• Recommended to use with #91609
yeah, there was something about the HD axles changing the width also. I dont understand all of these changes and why. what are they fixing on the car? Is all of this just to use the HD axles?



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• Used for B5M/T5M
• Makes rear pivot 4mm wider. (requires flipping insert in D plate)
• Gives improved stability
• Recommended to use with #91609

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• Used for B5M/T5M
• Requires HD rear axle (71019)
• Reduces vehicle width by 4mm from stock width
• Recommended to use with #91608


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Old 02-17-2015, 01:26 PM   #528
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I dont think that the HD axles are changing the width of the car...but you have to use the AE 7.0mm offset hexes with the HD axles due to the increased diameter of the HD axles (this is on the B5m).
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I dont think that the HD axles are changing the width of the car...but you have to use the AE 7.0mm offset hexes with the HD axles due to the increased diameter of the HD axles (this is on the B5m).
Matt, so what do you think the net gain is?
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Old 02-17-2015, 01:42 PM   #530
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Matt, so what do you think the net gain is?
I've never really messed around with the wide pivot vs std pivot. It was a kyosho thing that was used with the Rb5/6 series.
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I dont think that the HD axles are changing the width of the car...but you have to use the AE 7.0mm offset hexes with the HD axles due to the increased diameter of the HD axles (this is on the B5m).
???

The bearing size is the same 6x13x5.. B5M/B5M Lite... and possible the same for the T5M since the axle is the same..

Maybe the HD axles are heat treated....??
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The bearing size is the same 6x13x5.. B5M/B5M Lite... and possible the same for the T5M since the axle is the same..

Maybe the HD axles are heat treated....??
You can see that they taper down after the bearing. I dont believe that the HD axles taper down until the thread.
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Looks like that step is gone on the HD Axle...hmmm.

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They look thicker as they go out to the thread compared to the old
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Won't matter much to me about the axles. I've had great luck with the Ti units.
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Tanner Denney's T5M ... it the non box form
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