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Old 02-20-2012, 03:38 PM   #1516
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Just in case anyone cares I did update my spring rate comparison document...nice resource to have at the track. Hope you find it useful!
Ive got so many spring charts of all the manufacturers and none of them are every the same lol
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Old 02-20-2012, 04:11 PM   #1517
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Old 02-21-2012, 03:51 AM   #1518
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Just in case anyone cares I did update my spring rate comparison document...nice resource to have at the track. Hope you find it useful!
Did you measure those yourself?

I made up a similar chart from other people's testing a while back;

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Old 02-21-2012, 07:36 AM   #1519
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Appart from using the top racing axle pin covers is there a way of stopping the driveshaft pins slowly sliding out? Im using the xray pins with the flat and also using threadlock, Im usually very gd at building driveshafts but i am having a little issue with the front ones, any ideas?
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Old 02-21-2012, 07:56 AM   #1520
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Appart from using the top racing axle pin covers is there a way of stopping the driveshaft pins slowly sliding out? Im using the xray pins with the flat and also using threadlock, Im usually very gd at building driveshafts but i am having a little issue with the front ones, any ideas?
You can use shrink wrap on them you will never have that problem but they will still break though.
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Old 02-21-2012, 09:26 AM   #1521
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its hard to me to find the shaft with the flat spot, what i do is I use silicone paste and cover the hole with it. It works but need to re-check after few run, and last longer if use high quality one
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Old 02-21-2012, 10:02 AM   #1522
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Just in case anyone cares I did update my spring rate comparison document...nice resource to have at the track. Hope you find it useful!
If you get a chance can you try and measure the newer Tamiya TRF springs, they are all white but have a small piece of colour at one end.

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Old 02-21-2012, 10:12 AM   #1523
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Can u use 52mm ecs shafts with the multi diff when its locked as a spool?

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Can u use 52mm ecs shafts with the multi diff when its locked as a spool?
Yes.
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Looking at ourfitting my T312 with Titanium screws, are there any screws on the T3 that I should not change over?
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Hey guys, just got my car and am ging to start building it probably tomorrow. I was wandering if the 50mm ecs's will work okay with the stock setup without any problems. I ask because my lhs has the 50's in stock, but not the 52's thanks!
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Hey guys, just got my car and am ging to start building it probably tomorrow. I was wandering if the 50mm ecs's will work okay with the stock setup without any problems. I ask because my lhs has the 50's in stock, but not the 52's thanks!
Yes! They work fine. I believe that they handle a little different then the 52's.
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Looking at ourfitting my T312 with Titanium screws, are there any screws on the T3 that I should not change over?
If you are running exclusively on carpet then you can change them all, if not then leave only the screws under the chassis steel.
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Hey guys, just got my car and am ging to start building it probably tomorrow. I was wandering if the 50mm ecs's will work okay with the stock setup without any problems. I ask because my lhs has the 50's in stock, but not the 52's thanks!
You definitely want 50's as they are a valuable tuning option.
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Old 02-21-2012, 05:42 PM   #1530
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You definitely want 50's as they are a valuable tuning option.
Would you be able to elaborate on those 50mm shafts and there usefulness?
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