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Old 06-20-2017, 04:17 PM   #2506
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I could n bet get the metal gears to build a smooth diff. It was always gritty/nothchy feeling. So I only used the metal gears for the front diff with 2.5mil fluid.
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I could n bet get the metal gears to build a smooth diff. It was always gritty/nothchy feeling. So I only used the metal gears for the front diff with 2.5mil fluid.
I wonder if you were tightening too much. My diffs are pretty smooth.
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Old 06-26-2017, 07:46 AM   #2508
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Professor, would you mind sharing your vta setup? My new motor is due in today. I would like to get it setup this evening, and hopefully give it a shake down run one day this week.
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Unfortunately, I no longer have any of those setups around.

From what I can remember, low roll centers (no spacers under toe blocks), yoke pink or blue fronts, blue rears. 3k rear diff, spoil or 2.5mil front diff. E front blocks, think e in rear with whatever blocks give you 2.5 deg Rear toe. This was on get carpet, so keep that in mind.

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Old 06-26-2017, 07:40 PM   #2510
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The TB EVO7
lnline motor layout on the left?
maybe like EXO-SIX
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Old 07-28-2017, 07:41 AM   #2511
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The TB EVO7
lnline motor layout on the left?
maybe like EXO-SIX
This car really has my attention. I dont know if its just me but it looks heavier then the tb 6
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Guys i purchased the Exotek conversion kit for the EVO6 and started running this setup for VTA. I've struggled with the chassis transitioning from left to right in slow speed tight corners. Has anyone played with this combo and what are you doing to help with more steering and quicker transitions?
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Guys i purchased the Exotek conversion kit for the EVO6 and started running this setup for VTA. I've struggled with the chassis transitioning from left to right in slow speed tight corners. Has anyone played with this combo and what are you doing to help with more steering and quicker transitions?
whats happening when you are on power in turns?
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Guys i purchased the Exotek conversion kit for the EVO6 and started running this setup for VTA. I've struggled with the chassis transitioning from left to right in slow speed tight corners. Has anyone played with this combo and what are you doing to help with more steering and quicker transitions?
Honestly, I would probably try and get a setup from MikeR from Exotek. Let him know what type of surface and I bet he could get you in the ballpark, at least something workable.
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The front end tends to push when i'm power on
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The front end tends to push when i'm power on
Increase the downstop on the front end or increase strength of the springs in the back or stand the shocks in the back up or increase the thickness of the shock oil in the back or increase the ride height in the back or reduce the ride height in the front.
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Modify my EXO6 rear CVD for ARC new item R112024 42.5mm CVD +R103005 CVD insert
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Modify my EXO6 rear CVD for ARC new item R112024 42.5mm CVD +R103005 CVD insert
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Cause he needed to spend a few dollars
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The R112024 made from 7075-T6 Alu
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