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Old 12-23-2015, 02:02 AM   #1396
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Being in Hong Kong you might have a chance of locating some random spares? Im really eager to put some photos up of my kit lol, Diffs might work, I know the YR4 Yoke ones should and the xpress Pro ones do (which are still available on their website, in plastic or metal!)
There probably are spares flying about in Hong Kong but given how much stuff there is here it's like trying to find a needle in a haystack! The new stuff very quickly replaces old stuff and the old gets forgotten.

I'm quite eager to get my Seven setup to drift now! Running RWD, the mid motor with saddles in the back should be good for the weight distribution. I'll look for a TA05 spool tonight and try that out but the front end needs a lot of work!
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Old 12-23-2015, 02:17 AM   #1397
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A little tip for the diffs. If you have a type B plastic diff you can use the collar on the alloy ones to help reduce wear.
What spares are you guys looking for I have loads of stuff?
To be honest Ive just been trying to get my hands on anything! bulk brought a few things the other month from an ex supplier who had a box of bits.

My main issues with my car is the shocks like to be oil free so a rebuild kit would have been handy for all four (ive just purchased a set of TC3 threaded shocks to see how they look on her but Im a bit of a stickler for the original shocks should be on!)

Ive got the white plastic diff on the rear also have some very rough gritty black plastic ones (one has a snapped cup so to replace that would be good)

I really wanted a set of the original wheels too for keeps sake!

Im also tempted to set the 7.6 up for drifting fun just because its sat there but would leave the 4wd set up in place probably.

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Old 12-23-2015, 09:54 AM   #1398
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Which shocks are you using? I will take a look for you
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Old 12-23-2015, 12:49 PM   #1399
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Hard to explain ill try and attch a photo again
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They're the ones that come with the 7.7 blue alloy none threaded bodies and a hex shape top cap if that makes sense? !
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Old 12-24-2015, 06:00 AM   #1401
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OK I will take a look in a day or two
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Photo time!! Heres some of my collection!
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Front assembly, just changed driveshafts last night to yokomo ones, will have to take a new photo soon
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Busy day racing a fixing + gt12

Next to my pro3!!
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Old 12-25-2015, 02:33 PM   #1406
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In case someone else finds this of use in the future heres the front end fitted with the yokomo yr4 driveshafts. Not rebuildable type but alot less play than lab ones in the joint and larger pin assembly too. Weighed them both and the yr4 ones come in at 8.2gram each and the labs are 8.7g for both types I have.

Only thing worth noting is that the shaft which the bearings run on needs one of the larger spacers on the inside to reduce any play there compared to the std ones.

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Old 12-27-2015, 01:17 PM   #1407
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I like to think people are reading this and thinking why the hells this getting updated lol. When I spotted this thread I was really happy as nothing now exists anywhere else, so maybe one day someone else will come along like me and find this whole topic really useful like I have

Been messing with my spare/maybe drift 7.6 tonight. I found some aluminium pulleys made by 3racing awhile back so purchased a 17t one to see how'd it fit.

It works great only issue being needing a little spacer between it and the bearing as the original pulley is slightly deaper from the grub screw which ive shown below, the alloy one is flat. So a 4mm id x probably less than a mm should do it. Ill order some plus 3 more pulleys to do my 7.7 now.

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Ive fitted some nicer tc3 threaded shocks now and managed to increase my spares and fitted front alloy steering blocks


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Hi run in 21.5 the Sakura Zero 22 tooth lay shaft gears with 32 tooth and the 345 belts
Hopefully this may help. Anybody want spares as I have quite a bit the only thing I do not have is a 77 GT chassis.
If any body has a spare I am interested.

I will post a list of all RC Lab stock that I have plus other gear. Willing to post anywhere. I was the Australian Agent for Johnny Chong and that is why I have the spares. I am still running a 77GT. I can help with the correct 7.6 shocks but they are silver.
Any questions do not hesitate to ask

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