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Old 12-19-2016, 11:05 AM   #901
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How do you know if you have the updated CVD bones? The New one has a flat spot on the diff cup end. Old one is rounded. They provide for sharper turning because the bone is smaller under the CVD ball end where it would rub the inside of the stub axle. Small change = improved steering.
Could someone post a picture showing a comparison of the new ones (CVD Bones) and the old ones?
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Old 12-19-2016, 02:04 PM   #902
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Could someone post a picture showing a comparison of the new ones (CVD Bones) and the old ones?
Easy to spot. Flat on ball end of bone on diff cup side.
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Old 12-20-2016, 09:41 PM   #903
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At least until the 410.4 releases!
Still won't stand a chance. This truck practically drives itself. The Teknos are heavy bricks, you have to baby them. This truck you can drive as hard an an 1/8 scale buggy and it eats it up. I'm running faster lap times than most 1/8 scales. This truck is the real deal.
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Old 12-20-2016, 11:50 PM   #904
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Default Lunsford standoffs

Does anyone know if the titanium standoffs Lunsford makes for the SCTE or 22 will work for the 3.0?? The SCTE ones they make look really nice but I have a feeling they're designed for a bigger shock.

Any help would be great.
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Old 12-21-2016, 02:19 PM   #905
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The 3.0 standoffs are unique due to them accepting the 22 style shocks.
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Old 12-22-2016, 10:31 AM   #906
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do anyone no if the 3.0 center drive shaft stuff works on a 2.0 scte i am tire of snapping the pins
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Old 12-22-2016, 10:35 AM   #907
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Yes you can run the entire 3.0 drive train on the 2.0
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Yes you can run the entire 3.0 drive train on the 3.0
on the 2.0 scte right?
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Sorry fixed. The major drive train update on the 3.0 was the tilted center diff. we were already running dog bones and all that with the 2.0 as all that was released as an update to the 2.0
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Old 12-22-2016, 03:32 PM   #910
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I saw those on Amain, i am going to upgrade to the dogbones on my 2.0 when the CVD's give up the ghost(no pun intended Casper..haha)
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Anybody running outdoors have a setup sheet they can share besides the stock box? I know it's winter time so I'm assuming down south would be the only place running outdoors. Thanks in advance.
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Anybody running outdoors have a setup sheet they can share besides the stock box? I know it's winter time so I'm assuming down south would be the only place running outdoors. Thanks in advance.
I've been using Maifieds E Nats setup on mine and its been great.

http://http://www.tlracing.com/Produ...008#prodSetups
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Suffered a hiccup right off the bat building my new 3.0

The very first step requires a 7/8" threaded rod for steering arm but my bag only came with a shorter 1/2" one. I brought it in Australia, who should I contact?

Part No. LOSA6045

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Suffered a hiccup right off the bat building my new 3.0

The very first step requires a 7/8" threaded rod for steering arm but my bag only came with a shorter 1/2" one. I brought it in Australia, who should I contact?

Part No. LOSA6045

thx!
I would not wait. Use anything off the shelf and move on. Even a long bolt close to the 5-40 size will work. Cut the head off, clean the threads up and thread the ends on. Being that you don't have local parts, there is no reason to let a simple thing like this hold you back from enjoying your new truck.
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I would not wait. Use anything off the shelf and move on. Even a long bolt close to the 5-40 size will work. Cut the head off, clean the threads up and thread the ends on. Being that you don't have local parts, there is no reason to let a simple thing like this hold you back from enjoying your new truck.
Is 4/40 close to any metric sized rods?
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