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Old 05-18-2016, 04:50 AM   #121
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It is recommended differential balls?
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Old 05-18-2016, 11:23 PM   #122
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Perfect. I'm sorry but my English is not very good .. I will try to explain as best I can .. I will mount the optional engine plate to prevent the transmission is broken by blows or use very powerful engines. I will use silicone Hudy 1000000 . Brushless motor that is recommended? 21.5 or 17.5 ? Is there any part that is necessary also to change?
1) I recommend brushless 13.5T or above (17.5, 21.5, etc) or Brushed silver cans, black cans are ok... anything faster the gears will be easily stripped.
Please make sure that you are running in NA / Blinky mode - which means No Boost, No Turbo mode.

2) I recommend to double check all bearings inside and outside the gear box are smooth, clean, and oiled so there wouldn't be any issues. (especially the 2 small ones inside the gearbox) - I personally change them every half a year or so.
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Old 05-18-2016, 11:24 PM   #123
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It is recommended differential balls?
The ball diff seems to run smoother than gear diff IMHO... but you will need to remember tighten the ball diff once in a while.
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Old 05-19-2016, 01:49 AM   #124
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Ok , I will review the bearings every 6 months and give you oil frequently . Finally I will ride 17.5 LRP brushless drive spx with zero . The servo SAVOX 1251 will be the low profile black edition . It is recommended to mount an optional or piece more durable ? For now has used the differential gear to see what result gives
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Old 05-19-2016, 02:28 AM   #125
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you can use the original motor mount and see if it is ok...
It is just the original silver motor mount is easily tweaked (Bend) in a big crash which might make gears inside to chew up

you can try by putting the motor mount plates on a piece of flat glass table and see if it is bend or not.. if it is.. I recommend getting the thicker optional ones or even the one made by Jet Racing (They are even more thicker than the optional one made by ABC)
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reference is GA - 02T?
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Old 05-19-2016, 06:48 PM   #127
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reference is GA - 02T?

http://jethobby.com/_shop/product/pr...l.php?id=18332

Yes it is GA-02T - it is a little thicker than optional ABC hobby made one
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I've bitten the bullet and ordered the Naked from RCMart, plus steel gears and extra springs. I'm going brushless 17.5t , possibly boosted. Can't wait to try it out !!
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I've bitten the bullet and ordered the Naked from RCMart, plus steel gears and extra springs. I'm going brushless 17.5t , possibly boosted. Can't wait to try it out !!

boost - I wouldn't recommend to set it or set it too high... as I have chewed my diff gears when I had my set to boosted 13.5t

congrats on your new car!
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Good morning. I mounted aluminum steering system and I have a problem .. I 'm screwing the plate suspension and will not let me turn the steering system . They can send a picture of how it is mounted ? Thank you!
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Good morning. I mounted aluminum steering system and I have a problem .. I 'm screwing the plate suspension and will not let me turn the steering system . They can send a picture of how it is mounted ? Thank you!
use countersink screws rather than button head screws... put a 1mm or 0.5mm space in between the bearing and the screw this should work

I know the manual said to use button screws... but I spacer + countersink screws works for me
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Old 06-12-2016, 10:51 AM   #132
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Anyone running the Grande Gambado against other front motor FWD's?
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Old 06-12-2016, 03:13 PM   #133
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result of IRCC 2016 in japan fwd class

FWDクラスQualify#4を終了しての結果です。
【】内は使用シャーシメーカー。
1) Kazuma Morita 22/4:02.978 (R2)【SPICE】
2) Akira Furuhashi 22/4:03.200 (R3)【SPICE】
3) Tsuyoshi Yoshinouchi 22/4:05.735 (R3)【3Racing】
4) Kazushige Kato 22/4:07.081 (R4)【SPICE】
5) Scotty Ernst 21/4:02.570 (R2)【3Racing】
6) Nobuo Tanii 21/4:05.218 (R4)【ABC】
7) Akira Sone 21/4:06.528 (R4)【VBC】
8) Toshiyuki Kitai 21/4:06.711 (R1)【ABC】
9) Kenichi Suda 21/4:06.748 (R3)【ABC】
10) Takao Mishina 21/4:07.472 (R4)【TAMIYA】
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1st race tonight with RcMart version & I love it !! Kit rear tyres, Shimizu wet hard front, Kit front oil, 30wt rear, red springs up front, yellow rear, handled great on carpet.
Can't wait for next time ☺
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Default Metal gear differential

Has someone tried to replace the 48T 48P plastic spur in the Gambado ball differential with a metal one from some other brand?

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ABC Hobby 48T Gear For Ball Differential #25781
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