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Old 02-06-2004, 10:58 AM   #5566
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Don't know if this is something that has been noticed before but it seems like Xenon are making an option one-way gear for the Evo3 and TB-02.

Do you know whatīs the difference between the Xenon one-way gear and the original one from Tamiya?

Where did you find this one?
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Old 02-06-2004, 10:59 AM   #5567
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can someone please help me
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Old 02-06-2004, 11:12 AM   #5568
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RC TECH has one. I don't know how much they are selling it for, but you can surely call them up and see.

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Old 02-06-2004, 11:19 AM   #5569
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anyone... :-(
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Old 02-06-2004, 11:23 AM   #5570
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the two o-rings go inside the outdrives to help take out the slop with the new shaft.
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Old 02-06-2004, 11:27 AM   #5571
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the two o-rings go inside the outdrives to help take out the slop with the new shaft.
It's not slop, it's "tolerance".
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Old 02-06-2004, 11:29 AM   #5572
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how about the double shock tower problem
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Old 02-06-2004, 01:19 PM   #5573
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I think itīs best just using one of the shock towers and keeping the other as spare.
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I just cut my shocktowers round so when the diff cases are bolted up the tower just slots on and mounts using the top 2 screws on the gearbox and the shock bolts. Rick
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I think itīs best just using one of the shock towers and keeping the other as spare.
I agree. Why add weight when unnecessary? Those shock towers are bullet proof anyway.
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Old 02-06-2004, 03:30 PM   #5576
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ive just decided to go with the 1 set,

Just built everything up though, the 3 piece instructions just made me laugh!

Ive got it in place and its removed the binding BUT i think its all to tight in the drive train, am i doing anythign wrong?

with my 1 piece in it felt very ..flowy and smooth ( with the execption of the tight spot ) with the 3 piece its feelin just too tight as a whole, any help ? can u tell me if ive gone wrong anywhere?

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ive just decided to go with the 1 set,

Just built everything up though, the 3 piece instructions just made me laugh!

Ive got it in place and its removed the binding BUT i think its all to tight in the drive train, am i doing anythign wrong?

with my 1 piece in it felt very ..flowy and smooth ( with the execption of the tight spot ) with the 3 piece its feelin just too tight as a whole, any help ? can u tell me if ive gone wrong anywhere?

thanks

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The one piece will always be smoother and freer. The benefit of the 3-piece is to lessen damage to the one-way gear in a crash.
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ive just decided to go with the 1 set,

Just built everything up though, the 3 piece instructions just made me laugh!

Ive got it in place and its removed the binding BUT i think its all to tight in the drive train, am i doing anythign wrong?

with my 1 piece in it felt very ..flowy and smooth ( with the execption of the tight spot ) with the 3 piece its feelin just too tight as a whole, any help ? can u tell me if ive gone wrong anywhere?

thanks

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You can free it up a bit more by allowing for more play between the center shaft and drive cups.
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ive just decided to go with the 1 set,

Just built everything up though, the 3 piece instructions just made me laugh!

Ive got it in place and its removed the binding BUT i think its all to tight in the drive train, am i doing anythign wrong?

with my 1 piece in it felt very ..flowy and smooth ( with the execption of the tight spot ) with the 3 piece its feelin just too tight as a whole, any help ? can u tell me if ive gone wrong anywhere?

thanks

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Try removing one of the o-rings.
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Hi, one question about the damper oil. Does the description 60W or 50W mentioned in the carpet rubber setup sheet mean I could use 600 or 500 type oil from tamiya?

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