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Old 07-14-2004, 05:56 PM   #6151
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Wink TECH Racing New Chassis

Looks Like Tech Racing will be releasing there Chassis set for the Pro4 here shortly...
this kit will be complete..shock towers, upper deck, lower chassis and stiffiners like the TECH MY02M... thsi carbon is the newer stiff stuff like the ALEX racing Carbon for the R3 minus the glitter
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Looks Like Tech Racing will be releasing there Chassis set for the Pro4 here shortly...
this kit will be complete..shock towers, upper deck, lower chassis and stiffiners like the TECH MY02M... thsi carbon is the newer stiff stuff like the ALEX racing Carbon for the R3 minus the glitter
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any pics yet?
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Old 07-14-2004, 06:02 PM   #6153
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any pics yet?
Nothing yet.. I be able to see the chassis this weekend ..I"ll take some pic's
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Old 07-14-2004, 06:03 PM   #6154
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Nothing yet.. I be able to see the chassis this weekend ..I"ll take some pic's
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Sweet!
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Old 07-14-2004, 06:36 PM   #6155
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does anyone know of any good pro4 relaed sites is the official pro4 site up yet
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Old 07-14-2004, 07:20 PM   #6156
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does anyone know of any good pro4 relaed sites is the official pro4 site up yet
You mean this official pro4 site?

http://www.hpiracing.com/coolstuff/pro4intro.htm

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Old 07-14-2004, 07:40 PM   #6157
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I think he's talking about this one?

http://www.hpipro4.com/

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I think he's talking about this one?

http://www.hpipro4.com/

never knew of this one, but it stills under construction tho.
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I think he's talking about this one?

http://www.hpipro4.com/

This site is just good for droolin at until Mr Joor does something with it
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At Schumacher for $7.99 part #U1704K.
We also have them in stock under our Mission car parts.
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We also have them in stock under our Mission car parts.
Sweet

I think I might need to add something to that order
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Ok, I know this is a pain to have to repeat yourselves, but it's also a pain to try and search through this thread trying to find the info I need.

So after many weeks of working fine, my diffs have started to losen themselves up during every run. (strange they didn't start this earlier)

So after all the discussion, what is the best method for fixing this problem? I know I need some associated parts, like the diff spring, diff screw and locking nut, but do I need the ones from the NTc3 or the Tc3? Do I have to do any hand fitting to make the parts work? Any extra stuff, like washers, bevel washers?does the fix REALLY work in the long term?

thanks for the help!!
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Cartmen34, I dont have the numbers on me but I picked up the Associated T-nut/ Bolt package and the Dif Spring from a track that only races offroad so I would think it would be the same as a B4 or T4. I can get you the numbers this evening. I put these parts in after the first weekend I ran the car and now months later I still have never had to adjust the diff. I run mod with as low as 9turn motors so I do put the diff to a test. I dont lock the diff down either. I set it with the rpm diff tool to the point it will not slip then tighten it up about a 1/16 turn more. Install and leave it. My diff spins extremely free but does not slip at all.
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Cartmen34, I dont have the numbers on me but I picked up the Associated T-nut/ Bolt package and the Dif Spring from a track that only races offroad so I would think it would be the same as a B4 or T4. I can get you the numbers this evening. I put these parts in after the first weekend I ran the car and now months later I still have never had to adjust the diff. I run mod with as low as 9turn motors so I do put the diff to a test. I dont lock the diff down either. I set it with the rpm diff tool to the point it will not slip then tighten it up about a 1/16 turn more. Install and leave it. My diff spins extremely free but does not slip at all.
Ah. Excellent. There is no need to look up the associated part numbers, I can get those from their .com.

I've already have the springs, so now I just need the diff bolt and locknut.

thank you very much for the info Doug!!
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What exactly is the advantage of having the delrin outdrives? I know they look nice, but are they any lighter? I know they'll be stronger, but has anyone actually toasted a stock outdrive?
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