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Old 12-29-2009, 04:09 AM   #7636
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How many teeth for the the rear diff pulley of 416X?
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How many teeth for the the rear diff pulley of 416X?
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My friend is selling me his universal set from his 415. Does this universal set is the same as 416X? thanks
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I've been using 46mm uj on the front for the past many months and since then, the spool cup is still in fine condition. There were some mentioned "chattering" and I din't know what it really was till just now.

I were testing the car "off-load" and when I turn the wheels while still on the throttle, the drive train made some funny noise, something like the motor cogging. Is that it, chattering?
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I've been using 46mm uj on the front for the past many months and since then, the spool cup is still in fine condition. There were some mentioned "chattering" and I din't know what it really was till just now.

I were testing the car "off-load" and when I turn the wheels while still on the throttle, the drive train made some funny noise, something like the motor cogging. Is that it, chattering?
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Old 12-29-2009, 07:28 PM   #7641
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I want to know for 416x front universal. I should use:

54077 - 44mm alum swingshaft
53502 - 42mm alum swingshaft

Which one?

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If you plan to run the spool, you should probably run the 46mm steel bones. The 44's tend to break the plastic spool inserts in the slightest incident, and anything alum in the front will bend even if you talk to them with a strong voice. 51092 is the part for 46mm steel.
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I've been using 46mm uj on the front for the past many months and since then, the spool cup is still in fine condition. There were some mentioned "chattering" and I din't know what it really was till just now.

I were testing the car "off-load" and when I turn the wheels while still on the throttle, the drive train made some funny noise, something like the motor cogging. Is that it, chattering?


I play around with the 44mm & 46mm uj. The length obviously change when I change the suspension mounts. Just don't put the shock first. Hold the car up down slowly to see if there is knocking to the one way joints.

If there are some play, you can put an urethane bushing in between. It will help to absorb the impact.

Do check your bearings as they are one of the contributor also. A worn bearing will make uneven knocking, cracking sound on the wheel axle.
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If you plan to run the spool, you should probably run the 46mm steel bones. The 44's tend to break the plastic spool inserts in the slightest incident, and anything alum in the front will bend even if you talk to them with a strong voice. 51092 is the part for 46mm steel.
True also, you may need to look at suspension mounts. As they alter the distance between the UJ & spool cup.
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If you plan to run the spool, you should probably run the 46mm steel bones. The 44's tend to break the plastic spool inserts in the slightest incident, and anything alum in the front will bend even if you talk to them with a strong voice. 51092 is the part for 46mm steel.
Lol! Talk to them with a strong voice.

Well does the chattering effect the handling of the car?

I just hate the sound.
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Lots of chatter will reduce your steering (mostly on-throttle).
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Old 12-29-2009, 09:40 PM   #7647
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has anyone run the 416x on carpet with the kit setup on jaco blues? 17.5 or 13.5?
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Not forgetting chatter will wear your bearings too.
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M3, the kit setup will work but if you look back a couple pages for Joe Glovers setup, it works way better
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Lots of chatter will reduce your steering (mostly on-throttle).
i spoke to a team driver at my last race who had tried the ECS type universals and he said he didn't like them because he was carrying too much speed into the corners and running wide because the chatter was not slowing the car down enough

he was slower with the ECSs than he was with the normal drive shafts

and i thought the 80 euro Xray ECS's were better
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