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Old 12-23-2013, 04:07 AM   #601
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...and also you can get ARC spur gears from shopviper.com and A-main. Lots to choose from!
Will this fit with no problems?

I bought a CRC spur and it was too thick.

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Will this fit with no problems?

I bought a CRC spur and it was too thick.

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I have xray spurs on currently and they work but the offset bothers me.
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I run xray spurs also, they fit great.
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Because of the offset one belt is much closer to the gear than the other. I wouldn't call that perfect.
I will have to order panaracer spurs from hk.
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Amain has the yokomo panaracer in 96T. Is that too big?

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Amain has the yokomo panaracer in 96T. Is that too big?

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that's what I use. it will cover 17.5 and 13.5 blinky ratios.
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Yep. 96t is what I use on 17.5. I use 92t for VTA.

I had to file the motor mount post to fit 53 and 54t pinion.
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Yep. 96t is what I use on 17.5. I use 92t for VTA.

I had to file the motor mount post to fit 53 and 54t pinion.
Someone on the T4'14 thread said Serpent spurs fit in the Xray. So if Xray and VBC are compatible, this may work:

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...-Spur-Gear-92T

But I have definitely NOT tried it. So it's probably a bit of a gamble.

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The crc spurs will work as long as they for 3/32nd balls
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I can't get enough of Utah powder.

Anyway, Serpent spur gears fit perfectly with 0 offset, but we will be carrying 96t spur gears as well as other items after the new year.
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The crc spurs will work as long as they for 3/32nd balls
nope. Not on mine. The spur was too thick and the E clip didn't click in.







Regarding the aluminum inner axles…
Are the fronts 50.5mm and the rears 49mm?





The HPI VTA front rims rub on the steering block. I didn't notice it until the race was over. There was a groove on each side that was almost 1mm deep. I am using 1mm spacers now.
Also, at full lock, the front rims were touching the front shock springs so I moved the bottom shock ends to the inner holes and that fixed the problem.
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Regarding the aluminum inner axles…
Are the fronts 50.5mm and the rears 49mm?
No, the fronts and rears are 50.5mm in stock form.
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Regarding the aluminum inner axles…
Are the fronts 50.5mm and the rears 49mm?
Double post, disregard.
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Well I think I figured out my leaky diff issue, I bough new diff halves and rebuikd the diff. Its super smootb now, but it still has a slight leak. This time I think it because one of the screw holes in the large half was just a tick to big and wont allow the screw to tighten. Its a bit of a pain. $10 wasted and now I will have to order another one just to make sure that is the issue. Its only a very slight leak so I am pretty sure thats it.

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