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Old 11-13-2014, 05:58 PM   #61
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more balls you've got , smoother the diff is (and it's no need te be tighten that much). i use kimbrough most of the time (12 balls).
Speed passion and VBC have a 16 balls spur gear
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Old 11-13-2014, 06:16 PM   #62
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I got my bladder shocks from RC Art. They ship fast.

For spurs, I am using Xenon spurs that uses 16 diff balls. I had to ream out the center slightly since the stock SJF01 spur hub part is slightly oversized.
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Old 11-14-2014, 02:33 AM   #63
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I got my bladder shocks from RC Art. They ship fast.
Do you have a ref ?
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Old 11-17-2014, 02:35 AM   #64
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Do you have a ref ?
http://www.petitrc.com/reglages/stre...JF01_PartsList

WDF02 is what you want x2 and you get the bladders, ti shafts etc.
if you want the spring set order WDFSPOx2 as well and if you want the nicer machined pistons order WDFOP1 x1.
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Old 11-17-2014, 04:43 AM   #65
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ok thank you , it will solve a lot of pain
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Old 11-19-2014, 09:01 AM   #66
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Are spare parts still made for streetjam?
In The netherlands its hard to get them.

(Speedpassion F1 parts also hard to get)
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Old 11-19-2014, 01:13 PM   #67
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Yes, everything being made. They didn't expect the car to do as well as it did so they are slow coming.

Most of the replacement parts you'd need are the front end speedpassion parts. I order direct from speedpassion
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I got a lot of my speedpassion parts from Walter RC in Australia as they had in stock the carbon reinforced parts and the alloy bridge that is so hard to get.
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I am just about done assembling this kit and after mounting the shocks I noticed the entire rear pod is about 3mm below the chassis. Its as if the shocks are too long. Is this normal?
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maybe after you add battery and electronics it might come down? or the shocks are a tad too long? maybe a limiter inside the shock might help. but i would try with a battery and your electronics added and see where it ends up.
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I am just about done assembling this kit and after mounting the shocks I noticed the entire rear pod is about 3mm below the chassis. Its as if the shocks are too long. Is this normal?
i had the same issue. Your caps on your shocks might not be tighten enough , you mustn't see the oring when they are fully tighten. but you'll have to be carefull the plastic threads on the caps are very soft.
the other solution i've found is to cut the ball cup of the shocks with the amount needed (in your case 3mm)
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i had the same issue. Your caps on your shocks might not be tighten enough , you mustn't see the oring when they are fully tighten. but you'll have to be carefull the plastic threads on the caps are very soft.
the other solution i've found is to cut the ball cup of the shocks with the amount needed (in your case 3mm)
I would just get the v2 shocks as soo much better and cheap.
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Heres mine all stickered up.
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very nice !!
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the pod is supposed to hang down some, its called droop which is tunable to allow weight transfer to the front, did you put the spacers under the piston when you built the shocks?
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