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Old 08-02-2010, 09:29 AM   #5101
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Knowing Tony, he typed it up like that on purpose too...
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Those Gear Diff .... From NIP are they suppose to be tight?
They don't spin free or smooth like the ball diff.They felt like this is a notch or something inside .
what diff oil brands is everybody using ?
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Old 08-02-2010, 04:25 PM   #5106
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Those Gear Diff .... From NIP are they suppose to be tight?
They don't spin free or smooth like the ball diff.They felt like this is a notch or something inside .
what diff oil brands is everybody using ?
the 1st thing i did i took it apart cleaned out all of the original oils then I filled it with 10,000 OFNA diff fluid in the rear. After a few runs is smoother than my ball diff, the front gear diff i did the same but Im running 120,000 OFNA diff fluid.
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Those Gear Diff .... From NIP are they suppose to be tight?
They don't spin free or smooth like the ball diff.They felt like this is a notch or something inside .
what diff oil brands is everybody using ?
Mirco Pro Gear diff. base on Xceed 20K oil ,
you can find around 10k-50k to fit your style to control .
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the 1st thing i did i took it apart cleaned out all of the original oils then I filled it with 10,000 OFNA diff fluid in the rear. After a few runs is smoother than my ball diff, the front gear diff i did the same but Im running 120,000 OFNA diff fluid.
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Mirco Pro Gear diff. base on Xceed 20K oil ,
you can find around 10k-50k to fit your style to control .
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Note that the 10K to 50K oil suggestion from RC Market is cSt, not SAE.
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The gear diff screws which hold it together, are you not suppose to do them up tight? My gear diff binds when I do them up tight.
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The gear diff screws which hold it together, are you not suppose to do them up tight? My gear diff binds when I do them up tight.
You know what I'm going to say. I really like tight screws.
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The gear diff screws which hold it together, are you not suppose to do them up tight? My gear diff binds when I do them up tight.
Did you take the internal gears apart? Make sure the shims are seated properly on the outdrive shaft.
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I found that it helped to orient the case the same way it came apart when changing oil. If the case halves are 180 deg out, they get a little notchy. I've now marked the cases for future reference. Anyone else find the same?
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