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Old 01-17-2008, 01:04 PM   #10486
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you forget that P-Dub use to be the team manager for all Schumacher driver's and I have his personal phone number. I'll have one for my first time out One of the perks of being STLNLST!!!!
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Old 01-17-2008, 01:34 PM   #10487
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Im putting a ball diff up front on my moorespeed. I need parts but I can't find the copper washer 12x10x.1mm!!!

or some diff washer that measures 12x10x.3mm, it sucks because I don't wanna run the diff loose or too tight in the bulkheads.


Oh and do you guys know if the titanium coated diff screw HOT61089 includes the T-nut? If not can I just use an HPI t-nut?
Tower Hobbies has HPI 10x12x0.2mm washers. Stock#Z892

The HOT61089 does include the T-nut.

To get a 4.0 FDR you could run a 90T spur with a 54T pinion. There are many combinations you could use.

90/54 x 2.43 = 4.05 FDR
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Tower Hobbies has HPI 10x12x0.2mm washers. Stock#Z892

The HOT61089 does include the T-nut.

To get a 4.0 FDR you could run a 90T spur with a 54T pinion. There are many combinations you could use.

90/54 x 2.43 = 4.05 FDR
I would be easier to get some 18T pulleys and new belts to hit the low FDR's

Then you dont have to have such big pinions, and smaller spurs..... I cant find any 64P pinions over 47 in stock
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Old 01-17-2008, 01:54 PM   #10489
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I would be easier to get some 18T pulleys and new belts to hit the low FDR's

Then you dont have to have such big pinions, and smaller spurs..... I cant find any 64P pinions over 47 in stock
Try PRS Pinions. They go up to 60T!!

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Old 01-17-2008, 05:23 PM   #10490
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They finially got the big ones in... I tried to get 50-55 a few weeks ago, and all of them were out of stock, and had been for a while.....

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I recently did the pulley / belt upgrade to 18T. the front belt is baggy like grampa's shorts even when adjusted to the max. the 2.16 ratio is nice for brushless though. also had pretty good luck with 88T spur gear, looked stupid with a 48 pinion but it was really quiet.
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I recently did the pulley / belt upgrade to 18T. the front belt is baggy like grampa's shorts even when adjusted to the max. the 2.16 ratio is nice for brushless though. also had pretty good luck with 88T spur gear, looked stupid with a 48 pinion but it was really quiet.
show me where you got the 18t pulley's, shortened belts, a rediculous 88t spur and where the heck did you find apinion that size.
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Old 01-18-2008, 01:32 AM   #10494
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I have a setup station and i want to measure steering throw on the out side wheel (as i heard this is where to measure it)

can any one tell me in detail how to get 20 degrees throw on the outside wheel, as even at maximum throw mine is at about 17 degrees?
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You may want to check the ackerman.

Those are the shims under the ball studs which connect the steering links to the servo saver. (2 x 2mm shims ie 4mm total) is usually common under each ball stud.

Does that make sense?
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that set up station will help you measure the throw but if you're at max and only getting 17 then like someone stated previously you may want to check your ackerman, or radio settings, etc......... What are you try to accomplish by getting 20 to the outside wheel?
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