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Old 12-22-2012, 03:00 AM   #616
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Use the Spec-R R1 slash Xray diff that is made by Spec-R. It will also be the Ver. 2. There are about $32 from TQ RC Racing.com. That was one of the first things I bought for the car and it helped settle the car down opposed to using the spool. The diff in the R1 and S1 are the same.

Thanks. Does the xray version use the same size of pulley? I mean number of teeth?
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Hey Matt, this is Kev... I use the Ride Springs... A bit costly but they have both the hard and soft range. I wish Spec-R would come out with there own spring set. The ones that come with the kit are to hard.

Hey whats going on Kev!!!!? yea i think im going to go with the rides initially and probably later the Reflex springs. Picking up the car today!!!!
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Old 12-22-2012, 09:33 AM   #618
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had my first breakage on my R1, newer thought that a pin would break on a driveshaft, especially dont in the rear as in this case!

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Oh and whose spur gears can be used?
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Old 12-22-2012, 01:43 PM   #620
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TQ Racing has my Spec-R on hold - any parts I should get while i'm there for the build?

Tamiya Low Friction Ball Cups
Spec-R DCJ set $39.99 - is this necessary?
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TQ Racing has my Spec-R on hold - any parts I should get while i'm there for the build?

Tamiya Low Friction Ball Cups
Spec-R DCJ set $39.99 - is this necessary?
Yes necessary you will love how the car drives with them. I would recommend the tamiya grooved orings . Makes the shocks silky smooth
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Old 12-22-2012, 02:07 PM   #622
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Thanks - also added some notes from Kensei's post

- Tamiya Grooved O-Rings
- Tamiya Low Friction Ball Cups
- Spec-R DCJ set $39.99
- Protek R/C Ceramic 5x8x2.5mm Metal Shielded Flanged "Speed" Ball Bearings (2)[PTK-MF85ZZC]
- .2, and .3mm Shims. these need to be 3x5x.2 shims to fit M3 size screws
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The only "upgrade/optional" parts I'm running on my car are; the tamiya ball cups, and some 0.1/0.2/0.3mm shims.

I'm not personally a fan of DCJ's, fair play others like them but I don't.

I'd say the only other things to add to the car would be the flanged bearings.
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5x8x2.5mm Metal Shielded Flanged "Speed" Ball Bearings (2)"
What is this for?
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I just used 5x7x1.2mm shim on each side of the spur. Minus the plastic shim.
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5x8x2.5mm Metal Shielded Flanged "Speed" Ball Bearings (2)"
What is this for?
Take up the extra slop in the layshaft. You can do it with shims too, although with the flanged bearings you can run it without anything else. The S1 isn't that bad for it, although some people found with the R1 they still needed shims in addition to the flanged bearings.
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I see Spec R is releasing long bushing for the layshaft to take up slop...
Anyone plan to try/use these? Would these be better than getting the flanged bearings to take out slop from the layshaft?

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Bought my Spec-R today and im excited for my build but trying to get all my pieces together.

Will a Protoform P37 body with holes cut for a xray t3/t4 fit a Spec-R?

Also what wheels/tires are recommended for indoor carpet (TQ Racing)?
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Bought my Spec-R today and im excited for my build but trying to get all my pieces together.

Will a Protoform P37 body with holes cut for a xray t3/t4 fit a Spec-R?

Also what wheels/tires are recommended for indoor carpet (TQ Racing)?
sorex 28 with hara inserts are the ticket. the sweep real 28s should be ok too. all sedan tires for me are on tamiya rims with hara inserts......
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Hi, I had a few runs on my R1 on Asphalt with the standard setup with 10.5T SP motor boosted and I find the car handles very well and I've tried the setup by a guy who posted his setup in Petitrc with 2 degree toe in and the car fish tail a bit on the staright. I've also used a set of new Ride tyres that haven't been scuffed yet , does the extra slob of rubber in the middle make the car do this?
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