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Old 04-13-2011, 08:57 PM   #1231
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It is easy to see the difference between the springs as they have different turns. Smooth springs have many turns and hard springs have lees turns. I have made a list with the HPI and Tamiya springs. I have alse added block settings and gearing. See attachment.

It is in Danish, but "Omdrejninger" means turns. Use it if you want.
wonder where the block settings came from... http://www.thard.co.uk/viewforum.php?f=49
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Old 04-13-2011, 08:59 PM   #1232
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There were some pics of Mark and co's car with a White gear diff so I assume they were testing it a TITC


Asked Kio, and he said, similar performance, but no leak...
Syn, I think the puppy is safe!
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Haha, man, I love my dogs, they would have been safe no matter what. But that's good news about the diff, I'm OVER these spec-r pieces of *ish.
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Old 04-14-2011, 09:02 AM   #1234
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Asked Kio, and he said, similar performance, but no leak...
Syn, I think the puppy is safe!
Thank goodness, I am running that POS Spec-R and am tempted to mod up an NT1.
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Old 04-15-2011, 02:45 AM   #1235
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If you spend a little time with some fine sandpaper and use AE green slime on O rings. The spec-r diff works good with no leaks.
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Old 04-15-2011, 04:59 AM   #1236
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Posted some info on the Gear Diff Unit II and the other new TRF Series relases yesterday:

http://kentech.blogs.se/
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Old 04-15-2011, 06:11 PM   #1237
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The HPI Blue springs will be hard to find nowdays... I made a request from Japan and they said;

"1 x Hot Bodies Blue Shock Spring (1 pair) - Part # 6542 has
been out of stock in the maker and the back in stock dose not
fix yet either"


@ kentech,
Do you have any pic's of the new diff?
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Old 04-15-2011, 10:36 PM   #1238
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We have the blue springs, it's the silvers that are tricky to find
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the new geardiff can be put on a 416 x ?
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can somebody help me out with part numbers for the blue alloy screws 3x6 and 3x8 please

i ordered some but they have a flange on them

i got 84107 and 84108

what number are they without the flange????

thanks if anybody can help
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can somebody help me out with part numbers for the blue alloy screws 3x6 and 3x8 please

i ordered some but they have a flange on them

i got 84107 and 84108

what number are they without the flange????

thanks if anybody can help
3x6 53771 3x8 53772
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thanks but i am after the button head, not countersunk.

i want them for the top deck
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thanks but i am after the button head, not countersunk.

i want them for the top deck
http://cgi.ebay.com/Tamiya-3-x-6mm-R...item20b89502f0

http://cgi.ebay.com/Tamiya-3-x-8mm-R...item20b822b69a
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thanks but i am after the button head, not countersunk.

i want them for the top deck
you cannot get them tight enough i found , then if you do they round off whan you want to get them loose
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Hello all,

I recently got my TRF 417 (first tamiya) and so far so good.
Been testing alot with the setup but got a few questions.

The track im running has low grip currently

1. Rear grip problem, on throttle the rear is very loose.
2. Any advice to get more steering in the car?

I've uploaded a setup sheet of my current setup.
http://www.gerwingood.nl/RC/TRF417_16-04-2011.pdf

Thanks all, if need more info just ask.
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