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Old 03-18-2011, 12:20 PM   #2431
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hey...I see you're using the 3racing blades - are they a direct fit for the HB dogbones or do they need to be modified any?
3Racing blades do not need no modification, can be fitted perfectly on the original drive shafts TCX.
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Old 03-18-2011, 01:59 PM   #2432
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I guess I find it kind of funny that when I started RC, gear diffs were the norm, then ball diffs started emerging and were an "upgrade". Now it's in reverse .
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I guess I find it kind of funny that when I started RC, gear diffs were the norm, then ball diffs started emerging and were an "upgrade". Now it's in reverse .
i agree, but its more like borrowing something successful from the nitro TC/offroad genre

these gear diffs are nothing like that ones that most of us started with I remember building my tamiya off-roaders and their gear diffs - at least these new ones are tune-able
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Old 03-18-2011, 05:40 PM   #2434
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Send me a pm with questions you have will try and help. I speak a little Spanish
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Ran geared diffs in the front and rear in my car today, my goodness everyone should do it
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Sup guys was just wondering if the optional single post steering is any better or different in feel to the stock ones?

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can you post your setup? did you run on asphalt or carpet?

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Old 03-19-2011, 11:22 AM   #2439
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3Racing blades do not need no modification, can be fitted perfectly on the original drive shafts TCX.
Thanks just placed an order for 2 sets of them
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Sup guys was just wondering if the optional single post steering is any better or different in feel to the stock
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Just a FYI . I attempted to fit it, and worked out ok, but you need to cut down the post that it pivots on, as its slightly too tall. You have to be careful and almost get a machine cut end to it, otherwise it will tweak the top deck unless there is a post i don't know about that is specifically made for the TCX to mount it.
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Old 03-19-2011, 04:12 PM   #2441
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Which brand of 48 pitch spur gears will work on a TCX? (gear mesh adjustments)
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Which brand of 48 pitch spur gears will work on a TCX? (gear mesh adjustments)
I run the Xray 48 pitch, 84 tooth one with no problems
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Old 03-20-2011, 02:49 PM   #2444
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From ETS, the final version of the new spindles steering, on the Moore car, there is also a strange shock tower.
We hope to be available soon!

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From ETS, the final version of the new spindles steering, on the Moore car, there is also a strange shock tower.
We hope to be available soon!

it looks like he is using tamiya springs and it looks like a down 2mm tower simular to the spec r version also wonder what deg FR pick up point that is/

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