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Old 02-11-2011, 08:27 AM   #466
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Can someone share tips on how to make the gear diff work on the M06? I'm running hobbywing 13T Esc combo.thanks in advance!
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@Seasons" , you should discribe your diff problem to us . How can we know what you're after ? I run the same combo with a 20t pinon whitout any issues. ... Peter
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Does anybody know the approximate top speed I should get the EZrun 13t combo. Mine on 20t pinion seems only slightly faster in both acceleration and top speed than the stock mabuchi can that came with my M05 kit (put in the M06).

Is something wrong with my Ezrun?

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@Seasons" , you should discribe your diff problem to us . How can we know what you're after ? I run the same combo with a 20t pinon whitout any issues. ... Peter
Hi, just wanna try out the gear diff app for the M06 and not familiar with how to build the gear diff probably. I've been running the new M05 ball diff with silver can in the 06 and not just want to try the gear diff and see the difference.

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Gear diff in the RWD cars is easy. Keep it loose. Build it as the instructions state. If you must, use a little anti wear grease. Just don't lock it up like you would in a FWD car. If you do, it will spin out at almost every corner.

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Old 02-11-2011, 03:00 PM   #471
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Does anybody know the approximate top speed I should get the EZrun 13t combo. Mine on 20t pinion seems only slightly faster in both acceleration and top speed than the stock mabuchi can that came with my M05 kit (put in the M06).

Is something wrong with my Ezrun?

Thanks for any reply.
Turn up the timing (~26.5degrees) and punch (level 9). Get the programing LCD box it's easy to do to with it. The 13t hobbywing should be alot faster than a silvercan.

Second thought for a rear wheel drive car you might not want to turn the punch all the way up. It might make the car spin out.

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if you call san gabriel local to downtown la
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Greetings mini racers, I tinker a little in Adobe and adjusted a photo to a useable setup sheet to share.
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if you call san gabriel local to downtown la
If you're walking or skateboarding, maybe not...but on a good day it's only like a 15 minute drive...which in LA *is* local.

Then again, on a bad day....hmm....I see your point

But I will tell you this, we deal with Tamiyas all day and would never have sold you a 48p pinion to go in your mini

(that was an attempt at humor, not being a smartarse)
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If you're walking or skateboarding, maybe not...but on a good day it's only like a 15 minute drive...which in LA *is* local.

Then again, on a bad day....hmm....I see your point

But I will tell you this, we deal with Tamiyas all day and would never have sold you a 48p pinion to go in your mini

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duly noted, I normally order from ampdraw but maybe I'll trek on out there in my 1:1 RC car and check out your goods.
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Yesterday for the first time in Bredene M06Pro Yellow wire during the Challenge. A satisfied test day for myself and fellow Eli. Both in the A Final.
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I was just wondering if you have to use the universal swing shafts with the ball diff in an M-06?

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I was just wondering if you have to use the universal swing shafts with the ball diff in an M-06?

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Ball diff is a worthy upgrade. You wouldn't want the universal swingshafts tho, but the ones that are more like a cvd axle, if you were gonna upgrade from the stock dog bone set up, which there's really no need as they work fine.
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Thanks for the reply, cvd's is what I was thinking of.
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Cool, Just wanted to make sure you didnt wanna put these on your M06

http://www.tamiya-model.com/shop/tam...ft-p-4392.html
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