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Old 10-26-2011, 03:50 AM   #691
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No, it's not... Read again Denis's post


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I tried. With ball diff model not stable in corner, i losted 0.3 sec on lap. I use gear diff with LOSI oil 60WT-100WT.
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Old 10-26-2011, 04:44 AM   #692
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Denis you tried the ball diff in the front and rear or only in the rear with front spool/gear diff ??????
(Spool - front, ball diff - rear) - model not stable.

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Old 10-26-2011, 04:19 PM   #693
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When my car is not stable means the diff is too tight or (oil too thick in your case).Did you try a very loose diff setting ?
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Old 10-26-2011, 07:40 PM   #694
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Denis, did you also try the sealed ball diff with slight grease , and no oil ????
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Old 10-27-2011, 12:50 AM   #695
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No, i not tried ball diff without oil. In gear diff i tried 40WT Losi oil - rear not stable.
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You're sure your rear droop is ok ? If Rear is never stable, then check your setup again....
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Iím sure he has tested and worked on multiple set-up options for the various track surfaces he races on. Being a team driver he is capable of finding out what does and does not work for him.
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Old 10-27-2011, 03:43 AM   #698
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Quick question for the drivers, does this car have any inboard toe?

Obviously its infinitely adjustable at the upright but its not the same feeling at all when the mounting points of the wishbone are not parrallel. Also it not easy to change without a new chassis.

There's a lot of aluminium, can it go down to 1350g with a 290g battery?

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Quick question for the drivers, does this car have any inboard toe?

Obviously its infinitely adjustable at the upright but its not the same feeling at all when the mounting points of the wishbone are not parrallel. Also it not easy to change without a new chassis.

There's a lot of aluminium, can it go down to 1350g with a 290g battery?

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Hi there,

The rear arms have no fixed toe, only adjustable with the links.

I weighed my car with a L/W Mazda Speed 6, 306g battery and 25g balancing weight and it came in at 1353g.

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The rear arms have no fixed toe, only adjustable with the links.

I weighed my car with a L/W Mazda Speed 6, 306g battery and 25g balancing weight and it came in at 1353g.

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Great, thanks for the quick response. Must say I'm looking forward to the build.
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No, i not tried ball diff without oil. In gear diff i tried 40WT Losi oil - rear not stable.
What type of diff comes in the kit? 2 ball diffs, 1 spool/ 1 ball diff, 2 gear diffs .
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What type of diff comes in the kit? 2 ball diffs, 1 spool/ 1 ball diff, 2 gear diffs .
Kit comes with 1 x spool and 1 x gear diff. It's all in the manual that can be downloaded on the awesomatix.com website, Cheers.
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What type of diff comes in the kit? 2 ball diffs, 1 spool/ 1 ball diff, 2 gear diffs .
The others are extra parts
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