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Old 09-26-2013, 08:42 AM   #421
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I have the 1st HMX chassis, i just installed gear diffs in the front and rear.
What weight of oil should i use? mainly racing on medium to high grip carpet.
At present runing car as standard with 80 shock oil(integy) with corally blue syrup in the rear.

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Old 09-26-2013, 09:07 AM   #422
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I have the 1st HMX chassis, i just installed gear diffs in the front and rear.
What weight of oil should i use? mainly racing on medium to high grip carpet.
At present runing car as standard with 80 shock oil(integy) with corally blue syrup in the rear.

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As far as gear diffs go in the front I would run either some type of putty or the gravity 2.5 million in the front and in the rear im not sure about the that because I still use the spec r but I know alot of guys around here run the corally red. If you have a spec r diff though start at 2000 and go up from there. Thanks!
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Old 10-21-2013, 03:40 PM   #423
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any Vegas set ups. just wondering ?
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Old 10-21-2013, 03:58 PM   #424
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any Vegas set ups. just wondering ?
Rick... You already are super dialed! No need for any setup help!
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Old 11-20-2013, 10:17 AM   #425
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Default smallest spur gear for hmx

Hi Guys,
as above what is the smallest spur can you use for the 1st version of the HMX.
i am racing 17.5t thunderpower motor and tekin rs esc. on carpet 18mx12m track sometime technicle,, so need rollout (FDR).

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Old 11-22-2013, 10:30 AM   #426
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We have run an 82t before and it fits fine, although it's super small and you're limited in pinion sizes that you can run. You may be able to go smaller but we've never had any need to try that.
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Old 11-22-2013, 08:39 PM   #427
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Hey corally have you finished your super trick steering upgrade yet?
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Hey Do Use Know Were I Can Get Some Corally 3x6mm / 3x8mm FH Torx Screws
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Old 11-23-2013, 10:24 AM   #429
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Bell cranks are coming along, they're almost done, just want to get some more testing done. We do have the new steering blocks that change the ball stud location and allow for double jointed driveshafts available though. Both the blocks and driveshafts, those have helped tremendously.

We have those screws in stock, so give us a call on Monday or Superior Hobbies is open today and can take your order, 407-824-9299. Or email info@superiorhobbies.com if you're international.
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Did any of you guys tried this car in modified? and how did that go?
Thanks for the input.
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A few of us in florida have been running modified on asphalt and its been going pretty well. With limited testing the cars are pretty close. Everyone who drives my car, including die hard xray supporters, really like how it drives.
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That is good to read!
How about the wear of the axles? Do you drive the steel shafts?
And with geardiff?

The car itself is durable for modified?
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What drivesafts fit in a hmx? Thinking of a upgrade.
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tamiya or spec r double joint shafts in the front with the src aluminum steering blocks.
http://corallyusa.com/2013/05/specia...631-src79631c/
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tamiya or spec r double joint shafts in the front with the src aluminum steering blocks.
http://corallyusa.com/2013/05/specia...631-src79631c/
Thanks. What tamiya shafts? Maybe a part #
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