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Old 11-21-2015, 04:03 PM   #13366
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Most of the losi lcd's break the center coupler that can be found in the lcd rebuild kit(#losa3335) ...
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Old 11-21-2015, 10:26 PM   #13367
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Thanks again J.Lee !!!......Happy racing.... The Losi type R needs a version 2....
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Old 12-17-2015, 12:51 PM   #13368
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i have a nip oneway front diff if anyone is interested...miss this car....
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I recently acquired a JRXS-R along with many spares. I have a ball diff for it but also another diff that is either a Ęspool"or one way". I need help on how to identify one from the other. The one I think is a spool has no places for diff balls but does have a place on each side for a diff ring and it can be tightened or lessened like a ball diff. I believe that I do not have a one way but don t know what it looks like. The manual does mention what a spool vs one way does but does not offer any pictures.
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Old 12-19-2015, 03:04 AM   #13370
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I recently acquired a JRXS-R along with many spares. I have a ball diff for it but also another diff that is either a Ęspool"or one way". I need help on how to identify one from the other. The one I think is a spool has no places for diff balls but does have a place on each side for a diff ring and it can be tightened or lessened like a ball diff. I believe that I do not have a one way but don t know what it looks like. The manual does mention what a spool vs one way does but does not offer any pictures.
It should be obvious if you have a spool or a one-way by just giving the outdrives a twist by hand. The spool will be locked; the outdrives and the pulley are all connected directly as a single unit, and will turn together. The outdrives on a one-way spin freely in one direction, but lock to the pulley in the other direction.

While it may be fun to investigate using a one-way, personally I have never found it useful.
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It should be obvious if you have a spool or a one-way by just giving the outdrives a twist by hand. The spool will be locked; the outdrives and the pulley are all connected directly as a single unit, and will turn together. The outdrives on a one-way spin freely in one direction, but lock to the pulley in the other direction.

While it may be fun to investigate using a one-way, personally I have never found it useful.
Thanks for the explanation Howard. Very much appreciated. We can always count on you to help a fellow RC enthusiast. Merry Christmas to you and yours.
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Thanks for the explanation Howard. Very much appreciated. We can always count on you to help a fellow RC enthusiast. Merry Christmas to you and yours.
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Default Lcd's 45 mm

Has anyone tried if a 50mm version fits? IE Xray, or if you know what does please post
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Sign me up for one of the V-2's but I had hoped it would be somewhat more narrow, I already have chassis dragging problems on grip that I can only brute-force with heavy swaybars, that may have been what caused iffy performance with a change in rubber.

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Was that an optional top deck/upper plate on your car Evan?
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Old 01-10-2016, 09:20 PM   #13375
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Was that an optional top deck/upper plate on your car Evan?
Yes. That's an old exotek unit I got on clearance years ago, it's not really high-flex or anything like that, it's meant to be a more LiPo-friendly piece that deletes the side braces. It might save a few grams, but cutting down the stock top deck does as well.
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Anyone have a type R I'm looking for some parts Text me 6617335423
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Has anyone tried if a 50mm version fits? IE Xray, or if you know what does please post
After asking this question, I tested a set of 50mm X-ray and it would fit. You would have to use the same X-ray knuckles and even an X-ray c-hub. With a little plastic removal it will fit on the stock arms.
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I have 3 of these chassis, 2 complete and 1 95% that I should have the missing parts for by the end of March.



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Nice collection! What parts are still missing?
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