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Old 01-11-2017, 09:45 AM   #556
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i just hope the slipper is available at the same time the buggy is released.
I wouldn't complain if they threw the slipper assembly in assuming it doesn't need say something special to use it (like different mount, etc). Even if they did it like xray did with there xb2s initial release of offering the ball diff I recall as a first run bonus.
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I wouldn't complain if they threw the slipper assembly in assuming it doesn't need say something special to use it (like different mount, etc). Even if they did it like xray did with there xb2s initial release of offering the ball diff I recall as a first run bonus.
The Slipper also needs a different length rear driveshaft as well. RC America thew in the ball diff, not Xray.
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I ran the D413 during my time with HB. A 4wd handles great with just gear diffs. No need for a slipper imo. Its about time companies started making 4wd 1/10 buggies like shrunk down 1/8 buggies. Just my .02
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Old 01-12-2017, 08:01 AM   #559
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Why does everyone want a slipper for 4wd? Carpet racing?
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Old 01-12-2017, 08:03 AM   #560
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Why does everyone want a slipper for 4wd? Carpet racing?
Who knows...when we had the slipper in the B44.2, everyone wanted a diff. The center slipper is the new unicorn.
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I have some what the same questions. Going to be running the new Castle 5700KV motor. Which spur/pinion would you recommend?
http://support.castlecreations.com/c...nt-turn-counts

Good starting point would be a similar gearing to what you would use with a 5.5t motor and then use the max power adjustment in the ESC to get the speed and feel correct for your track.
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Why does everyone want a slipper for 4wd? Carpet racing?
Tiny balls I'm guessing.
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This seems like the B6"D".. most bought that version but basically turned it into a B6 with a ball diff...
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Why does everyone want a slipper for 4wd? Carpet racing?
i don't want/need a diff for 13.5 on high bite clay. just adds rotating mass. plus the larger diversity of spur gears that would be available to a slipper setup.
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what other benefits you see when doing just a slipper versus gear diff on carpet other than just rotating mass, and, do you find you want to use some of those garolite or whatever material that is for pads?

Different vehicle but I have one that comes with a gear diff / slipper combo that if I can get the darn sun gear off I can see about testing it locked (slipper only) versus as a diff.
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I'm considering selling my YZ4 and getting a B64D and then converting to carpet when those parts are available
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what other benefits you see when doing just a slipper versus gear diff on carpet other than just rotating mass, and, do you find you want to use some of those garolite or whatever material that is for pads?

Different vehicle but I have one that comes with a gear diff / slipper combo that if I can get the darn sun gear off I can see about testing it locked (slipper only) versus as a diff.
I wouldn't be so sure that the slipper is lighter than a center diff... at least with the XB4. I prefer the slipper over the center diff on high bite.

I'm sure AE will have a setup slipper available.
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I wouldn't be so sure that the slipper is lighter than a center diff...
The ball diffs are 16g/ea. lighter than the gear diffs. Not a slipper assembly, I realize, but there it is.
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RC Tech engineers have not yet got a hold of any vital information except front hex sixe and that it is not belt driven. Shoot AE a message on FB... that's how I confirmed that the .3 spurs will NOT fit and the 75Ts I made are useless to me now since I sold it..
The shock lengths were the same as the B6, although the 31mm rear shocks were preferred by some people drivers on the B6. So I'm sure their will be both options, lol.

While only 2 spur gears were made, mainly because it the gear really couldn't get any smaller but the motor mount slide slots has enough adjustment to put some big pinions on their for 13.5.
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Why does everyone want a slipper for 4wd? Carpet racing?
17.5 Stock 4wd racing here in Australia. We need 75 or 72 spur gears to match ratios. For example I myself am coming from a B44.2 with 72/31 gearing and almost full timing . We race on med bite to grooved outdoor tracks with about 25 sec lap times
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