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Old 01-25-2013, 01:14 AM   #841
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I am surprised SpecR or the retailers haven't just sent out a Velcro strap that works. It was the only dud in my R1 kit and it would have been nice to just have it sorted
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Old 01-25-2013, 03:19 PM   #842
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For the layshaft, I am using the white spur gears. The white shims did not work. I used a c combination of 1 white shim and 1 black shim. I added a 2mm shim before to the outside of the shaft then inserted the screw. It fits perfect and works great.
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Old 01-25-2013, 03:35 PM   #843
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also use 5000wt it is tested and so far the best oil in my opinion. but if not 5000wt at least 3000wt. remember you need to tighten the diff enough to squish the o-ring inbetween the two halfs otherwise it will leak also green slime the xring o-rings inside the diff. do it very generously and it will be leak free.
Jeff when you change diff oils do you put a new gasket on each time? Or re-use the same one?
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Old 01-25-2013, 08:37 PM   #844
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Jeff when you change diff oils do you put a new gasket on each time? Or re-use the same one?
Until its damaged I will continue to use the same one.
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Old 01-26-2013, 12:07 AM   #845
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Does anybody know, if the "3Racing SSK 52mm Driveshaft for T3" (#T3-01) fits the S1?

According to the manuals, the R1 has 52mm Driveshafts at the front, but the S1 only 50mm Driveshafts? How can this be?

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Old 01-26-2013, 08:35 AM   #846
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Does anybody know, if the "3Racing SSK 52mm Driveshaft for T3" (#T3-01) fits the S1?

According to the manuals, the R1 has 52mm Driveshafts at the front, but the S1 only 50mm Driveshafts? How can this be?

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yes they will work. any xray drivetrain parts will work except for the lashaft and center pulleys.
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Old 01-26-2013, 01:12 PM   #847
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Hi, here's a few pics of the car....
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Old 01-26-2013, 02:14 PM   #848
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Good idea - I'll pull the diff down tonight and see what I find, thanks for the idea.
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I had the same problem with the gear diff. When I put them together you could see light between the 2 halves. I sanded the side that fits inside the other and kept dry fitting with the oring and the gasket. Once i got it to the correct depth, no more light between the halves, I built it, inserted the screws. Initially the screws were too tight and bound the diff up. Backed the screws off 1/4 to relieve the pressure and it works like butter with no leakage. I also purchased a spec r Gear diff separately for the front and did not have the same problem. It went together perfectly. I think the mold for the parts in the R1 are off in size and make the 1 diff half too large.
Worked a treat

I pulled the diff apart (left the gasket in) removed the oil, o-ring and internal (spider?) gears and sanded the "male" side of the diff down until the two halves would sit together without any gap.
I made sure I cleaned out the mess from sanding (oil + plastic shavings might bind the gears maybe).
Reassembled with oil and o-ring and no leaks

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Old 01-26-2013, 04:57 PM   #849
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After reading this thread I could not resist buying an S1. I ordered mine through TQ RC Racing on Thursday and it was on my door step this morning (Saturday).
Wow!!!!! What great service! From west coast to east coast in a few days.
Thanks TQ.....will be a customer for life.

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Anybody know what the included oil's equivalent is for the shock and diff? It comes with #500 and #1000. 40wt?50wt? etc....

Thanks!
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Old 01-26-2013, 07:01 PM   #851
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After reading this thread I could not resist buying an S1. I ordered mine through TQ RC Racing on Thursday and it was on my door step this morning (Saturday).
Wow!!!!! What great service! From west coast to east coast in a few days.
Thanks TQ.....will be a customer for life.

www.tqrcracing.com
I know! Ive ordered stuff from TQ Friday night and had it on my porch Monday afternoon. They are my go to first option. Any order over a $100 is free shipping!
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I know! Ive ordered stuff from TQ Friday night and had it on my porch Monday afternoon. They are my go to first option. Any order over a $100 is free shipping!
TQ is awesome. It's my home track. Sean the owner is great.
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Old 01-26-2013, 10:29 PM   #853
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TQ is awesome. It's my home track. Sean the owner is great.
Yep! Say hello to that weird RedBull guy for me!
You guys are so lucky. I sure miss racing 12th scale.
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Old 01-27-2013, 11:11 AM   #854
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SpecRC I got a notice saying you sent me a pm but my inbox was full now I have emptied it so feel free to re send your message.
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every time i drive this car its better and better! took 3rd in stock sedan today!
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