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Old 05-31-2008, 03:40 PM   #12481
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Hi Guys, from the pics from the reedy race, what shell is that that Hara is using?

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Old 05-31-2008, 03:57 PM   #12482
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My bad

When did Hara switch bodies then? lol im behind


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You might be better off going by Billy's to get some because I don't know when I'll see you next to give it to you.
You racing at the next SWR race?
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Old 05-31-2008, 04:00 PM   #12483
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My bad

When did Hara switch bodies then? lol im behind




You racing at the next SWR race?

When is the next SWR race? I'll be at norcal next weekend.
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Old 05-31-2008, 04:04 PM   #12484
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When is the next SWR race? I'll be at norcal next weekend.
Shoot. Its on the 7th

I need to buy some anways. Thanks though
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Old 05-31-2008, 04:06 PM   #12485
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Hey STLNLST, or Scotty

Can I borrow some diff grease? Im pretty sure I can find my black grease, but I cant find my lil HB's thing of the clear stuff, or whatever you guys use for the main diff balls

My diff was on the gritty side, so I tore it down...
Scotty boils his main diff balls.
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Old 05-31-2008, 04:13 PM   #12486
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Shoot. Its on the 7th

I need to buy some anways. Thanks though
I'm gonna get my race in at Norcal and then get geared up for the Speedworld cup. I'm shooting for a top 3 finish in mod at this event.
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Old 05-31-2008, 05:14 PM   #12487
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Scotty boils his main diff balls.
LOL, I already boiled it all, just need a lil grease in it
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Old 05-31-2008, 06:28 PM   #12488
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Hey STLNLST, or Scotty

Can I borrow some diff grease? Im pretty sure I can find my black grease, but I cant find my lil HB's thing of the clear stuff, or whatever you guys use for the main diff balls

My diff was on the gritty side, so I tore it down...
For the best diff lube..... I just happen to know the guy

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Old 06-01-2008, 06:24 PM   #12489
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Did anyone else find that the rear toe block (3.0) that comes with the cyclone tc is different from side to side.
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Old 06-01-2008, 06:41 PM   #12490
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For the best diff lube..... I just happen to know the guy

http://www.wickedfastracing.com
I need to try all this stuff... But for now, the LHS is the easiest....
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i built my pro diff set recently and noticed the outdrives and the rings from the old diff do not fit. does the pro diff have a option alloy/steel outdrive set one can buy for it? the plastic version diff outdrives on the pro diff do not have the little adjustment hole to reach the screw head once it is installed which i find a pain.
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i built my pro diff set recently and noticed the outdrives and the rings from the old diff do not fit. does the pro diff have a option alloy/steel outdrive set one can buy for it? the plastic version diff outdrives on the pro diff do not have the little adjustment hole to reach the screw head once it is installed which i find a pain.
Well since in the new pro-spec diff the screw goes in on the short side now instead of the lond side as in the old diff, there won't be an adjustment hole like before. And yes there are alumn outdrives for the pro-spec diff.
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Did anyone else find that the rear toe block (3.0) that comes with the cyclone tc is different from side to side.
YES... mine was the same way... I was getting 4 degrees on left rear and 2 degrees on right rear... I posted a comment about it a week ago and received no comment... I'm guessing the block is off center...
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YES... mine was the same way... I was getting 4 degrees on left rear and 2 degrees on right rear... I posted a comment about it a week ago and received no comment... I'm guessing the block is off center...
just ordered me up som alum blocks for the car. I expect my corner speed to be even faster with equal toe from left to right. Mine rear toe was fine until I broke a ball stud in my right rear hub. Every other block has been off.
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Old 06-02-2008, 01:32 AM   #12495
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Well since in the new pro-spec diff the screw goes in on the short side now instead of the lond side as in the old diff, there won't be an adjustment hole like before. And yes there are alumn outdrives for the pro-spec diff.
how how can you adjust it quickly then? if they designed an L shaped tool to reach the screw head that would be fine, but i don't think they do anything like this, plus i think the cvd sits too far in and there isn't enough room to slip in a tool to get to the screw head....does this mean to access and adjust the diff we need to pop of one of the ballcups?! = increased slop, and a pain int he butt when adjusting in pit lane. it means taking body of and taking a long time
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