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Old 11-12-2012, 02:16 AM   #496
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Hi just after abit of quick advice, I would search if my phone would alow. If I buy 68833 gear diff set. To run in the front on my tcx with specR v2 dcj drive shafts. Will that work or will I need different outdrives? If so what outdrives will I need. Thanks.
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That DCJ is pre TCXX and has a 2.3mm pin and its driveshaft is wider and require any of these outdrives:

67699 DCJ Drive Shaft Set (1pc)
68770 SOLID AXLE LONG CUP (POM/2pcs
68769 SOLID AXLE LONG CUP (STEEL/2pcs)
61333 DIFF CUP JOINT ADAPTER/2PCS ***2.3mm pin***

Here are the part numbers developed for the 2mm pinned DCJ along with its outdrive options:

68823 DCJ Drive Shaft (44mm/2mm Drive Pin/1pc) ***Thinner driveshaft like the TCXX kit steel drive shafts***
68840 SPOOL OUT DRIVE SET (STEEL/TCXX) ***2mm pin***
68841 SPOOL OUT DRIVE SET (POM/TCXX) ***2mm pin***
68289 GEAR DIFF OUT DRIVE SET (FRONT/STEEL/2pcs) ***2mm pin***
68822 DRIVE SHAFT BLADE SET (POM/2mm Drive Pin Hole)
68821 LW STEEL UNIVERSAL DRIVE SHAFT 44mm (2mm Drive Pin)
68836 DRIVE SHAFT BLADE SET (GEAR DIFF) ***has both blades for 2mm and 2.3mm pin***
68278 GEAR DIFF OUT DRIVE SET (ALUMINUM/2pcs) ***We use these in our rear Gear Diffs only and you must use a blade***

EDIT: Alot of the new parts are not on the website yet but are in stock.
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Old 11-12-2012, 03:20 AM   #498
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Thanks. I had seen that but in my head I thourt I'd have 2.3mm pin on my tcx. So won't need them for 2.0mm pin.
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Old 11-12-2012, 07:36 AM   #499
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Hey guys, nothing new about a floating servo support?

Sorry about the spur gear, it was a picture of Robinson for my Awesomatix...

This is the item mounted on my TCXX:
Nothing yet.

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Why many used
Tamiya Rear Uprights #51333 ?
TCXX Cut-Out/2.25mm ?
the origin chassis is not good : Cry:
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They are all optional parts and not necessities. This is a common occurence amongst all cars, them using other parts from other cars. Just like Tamiya and Yokomo drivers use our springs on their cars. Look here to understand the 2.25mm option chassis

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Hi just after abit of quick advice, I would search if my phone would alow. If I buy 68833 gear diff set. To run in the front on my tcx with specR v2 dcj drive shafts. Will that work or will I need different outdrives? If so what outdrives will I need. Thanks.
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Thanks. I had seen that but in my head I thourt I'd have 2.3mm pin on my tcx. So won't need them for 2.0mm pin.
It stands to reason that the pin on the Spec-R is 2.3mm and if so then you will need to use our 2.4mm blade with with the outdrives included with the gear diff. The gear diff comes with both 2.0mm and 2.4mm blades. The easiest way to know for the sure the pin size is to measure it with calipers.
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Old 11-12-2012, 07:41 AM   #500
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Thanks fred. This is what I thourt. I would of measured it but I need to get it orderd and I'm at work . It was more the length of the outdrive I was worried about. Ill order it now.
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Where do parts come from on the HB website? I ordered what I thought were in stock parts on the site last week. My card has not been charged yet or anything than conformation email very frustrating for a new customer of there product.
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Old 11-12-2012, 01:23 PM   #502
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Where do parts come from on the HB website? I ordered what I thought were in stock parts on the site last week. My card has not been charged yet or anything than conformation email very frustrating for a new customer of there product.
If the item(s) say in stock on the site then they are in fact in stock. All product for North America ships from HB USA when ordered through the site. Last week was our month-end inventory, there is a notice of this on the account creation page. The "of" 11/8/12 should have been "after" 11/8/12. Give them office a call tomorrow to get more info regarding your order. Thanks

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lol who reads that stuff!!!! Sorry
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Old 11-12-2012, 02:54 PM   #504
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Hi guys,

Just after some feedback from other racers on Ceramic Ball Bearings, i was thinking of getting my TCXX kitted out with these bearings is it really worth it you think over the standard ones?

Thanks for your time.
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Old 11-13-2012, 05:42 AM   #505
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Hi

Does anyone have the internal ratio of a TCXX when using the optional centre pulleys 19t and 18t?

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Does anyone have the internal ratio of a TCXX when using the optional centre pulleys 19t and 18t?

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Just divide the number of teeth on the spool/diff by those on the centre pulley.

39/19 or 39/18
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Fred,

Just wanted your input with the one piece FR and RF .5- 1.0 blocks. What does widening this part actually do to the handling of the car?
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Just wanted your input with the one piece FR and RF .5- 1.0 blocks. What does widening this part actually do to the handling of the car?
Actually using those blocks (1.0FF & .5FR) will make the front of the car narrower than using the kit setup of 1.5FF & 1.0FR. That configuration will generate more initial steering and the .5* of arm sweep will give back some of the mid/exit steering you lose by making the front end narrorwer.
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Actually using those blocks (1.0FF & .5FR) will make the front of the car narrower than using the kit setup of 1.5FF & 1.0FR. That configuration will generate more initial steering and the .5* of arm sweep will give back some of the mid/exit steering you lose by making the front end narrorwer.
So at the moment Im running 2.0FF & 0FR up front. Sweepeing the FR I will gain more mid/exit steering.

How will this apply to the rear blocks of the car? im currently running one piece 0RF & 2.5RR blocks

Also not to be impatient but, Yokomo got their spares up on amain. When will we get ours
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So at the moment Im running 2.0FF & 0FR up front. Sweepeing the FR I will gain more mid/exit steering.

How will this apply to the rear blocks of the car? im currently running one piece 0RF & 2.5RR blocks

Also not to be impatient but, Yokomo got their spares up on amain. When will we get ours
I don't understand the point of your question about how this would apply to the rear of the car because arm sweep doesn't apply. Let me ask if you understand the effect of running less rear toe? Guys I've said this a couple times before, everything is in stock at HB USA if you need something contact your LHS and have them order it unless you want to pay more by ordering directly from HB. If you just want to see what the parts look like then you can look at the HB Europe site but even then you can't order the parts from that site. So please support your LHS by having them order the product you are looking for, they will appreciate you for it The part numbers for all spares and option parts are in the manual
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