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Old 03-21-2008, 08:40 AM   #11476
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When did they decide to design/build a multi-diff? This car looks like my next purchase.
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So with the pro spec diff does the full kit come with delrin out drives, then you have to buy the aluminium ones seperately?

And does anyone know if the pro spec aluminium out drives work with the standard pulleys spring diff screw thrust assembly, well you get the idea....
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Old 03-21-2008, 09:25 AM   #11478
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So with the pro spec diff does the full kit come with delrin out drives, then you have to buy the aluminium ones seperately?

And does anyone know if the pro spec aluminium out drives work with the standard pulleys spring diff screw thrust assembly, well you get the idea....
The Pro-Spec Diff comes with the POM(Delrin) out drives. The aluminum out drives will be the option parts for the Pro-Spec Diff.

I have been using both the aluminum and the POM out drives and both work excellent.
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When did they decide to design/build a multi-diff? This car looks like my next purchase.
The new spool/one-way drive device that is called "2way Diff" is a one of the coolest feature on this car. You can easily change it to spool/one-way with or without using the pin.
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Old 03-21-2008, 09:39 AM   #11480
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HI-LowBlow!!!! This is a good thing for the Cyclone and will make it the car to have..... Do you know when the ball biff pulley will be available by itself ???
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Old 03-21-2008, 10:06 AM   #11481
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AWESOME! I want the multi diff, thats sweet!

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When did they decide to design/build a multi-diff? This car looks like my next purchase.
I know I havent seen pics of Hara, or Moore's car with one
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HI-LowBlow!!!! This is a good thing for the Cyclone and will make it the car to have..... Do you know when the ball biff pulley will be available by itself ???
Thank You.
As I posted previously, we already have the Pro-Spec Diff and all the parts them selves in stock. They will be ready to go by next Monday for sure.

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The Pro-Spec Diff comes with the POM(Delrin) out drives. The aluminum out drives will be the option parts for the Pro-Spec Diff.

I have been using both the aluminum and the POM out drives and both work excellent.
would you recommend using the pro spec diff with pom (delrin) outdrives in mod? or should we get the aluminum if we're running mod

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would you recommend using the pro spec diff with pom (delrin) outdrives in mod? or should we get the aluminum if we're running mod

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Performance wise, I personally don't think there is huge difference between the aluminum and the POM outdrives. But it seems like the diff last longer with using the POM outdrive.
I have been using both for Mod and 10.5 and have had no problem at all.

You will be impressed how smooth the Pro-Spec Diff works.
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Performance wise, I personally don't think there is huge difference between the aluminum and the POM outdrives. But it seems like the diff last longer with using the POM outdrive.
I have been using both for Mod and 10.5 and have had no problem at all.

You will be impressed how smooth the Pro-Spec Diff works.
Is it smoother then the normal diff?

Is it worth the money, or?
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Is it smoother then the normal diff?

Is it worth the money, or?
Much smoother, it will also stay smoother for longer
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Much smoother, it will also stay smoother for longer
Any pics of it in your car?

Is it more sealed then the last one?
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Performance wise, I personally don't think there is huge difference between the aluminum and the POM outdrives. But it seems like the diff last longer with using the POM outdrive.
I have been using both for Mod and 10.5 and have had no problem at all.

You will be impressed how smooth the Pro-Spec Diff works.
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uses same thrust washer! nice! 8 piece thrust ball!! what size thrust ball!
Sorry use new diff thrust washer 2.8x5.8 x1
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today was updated web site New Cyclone TC,
but not have titanium pin & turnbuckle & New shock .
http://www.hpiracing.co.jp/contents/..._tc/index.html
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