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Old 03-10-2004, 03:04 PM   #5851
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I have been running a shim in each diff case(front, and rear), mostly for crash protection at SoCal(yes, even in Sportsman Stock there is some crashing). It has not seemed to make my drivetrain bind at all...

It is my understanding that the longer shaft just seats into the pinion gear a little bit better. It is not pushing the pinion into the case any harder, it just has more of a surface contact with the pinion. Thus, it should not cause any binding, and the inside of the pinion will/should not strip out.


I think I am learning the EVOIII REAL well now! *claps**pats on own back* hahahaha
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Got my lightweight shaft today. Maybe trying this weekend.
Do I have to change the shims with the oneway using this shaft or keeping the same shims?
What if using the Square aluminium gearbox?
Did you order it from Asia?
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Old 03-10-2004, 09:48 PM   #5853
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I have been running a shim in each diff case(front, and rear), mostly for crash protection at SoCal(yes, even in Sportsman Stock there is some crashing). It has not seemed to make my drivetrain bind at all...

It is my understanding that the longer shaft just seats into the pinion gear a little bit better. It is not pushing the pinion into the case any harder, it just has more of a surface contact with the pinion. Thus, it should not cause any binding, and the inside of the pinion will/should not strip out.


I think I am learning the EVOIII REAL well now! *claps**pats on own back* hahahaha
Hey Bubbles, who are you teaming up with for the enduro? Will you be going to Tamiya and SoCal this Saturday?
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Old 03-11-2004, 08:41 AM   #5854
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Did you order it from Asia?
Not Asia. Ebay!
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Old 03-11-2004, 08:44 AM   #5855
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But maybe Im ordering some stuff from Asia in the next two weeks. Im waiting for a friend maybe he needs something also. As costs are a little high its better ordering more stuff. Do you need anything? If so please send me PM regarding this.
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Hey Bubbles, who are you teaming up with for the enduro? Will you be going to Tamiya and SoCal this Saturday?
Hey Jeff, what's up?
So far, the "SoCal teams" are...
SoCal Team #1(aka. the Roof Riders)(say this name fast, and it sounds like Ruff Riders, something in music I think)
1. Erik
2. Me
3. Jason E.
4. Alex Navrette(sp?)
SoCal Team #2(aka. team Really Extra Super Fast Racing)
1. Mark DeRosa
2. Minh Ngyuen
3. Chad Miller
4. TBA(I might have forgotten who is thier fourth member...)

As for this weekend, Tamiya Track for sure, and 95% sure of going to SoCal afterwards. You get REALLY tired after both though .

I have to talk to you, I'll send you a PM after school today...

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Old 03-11-2004, 10:31 AM   #5857
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Hey Jeff, what's up?
So far, the "SoCal teams" are...
SoCal Team #1(aka. the Roof Riders)(say this name fast, and it sounds like Ruff Riders, something in music I think)
1. Erik
2. Me
3. Jason E.
4. Alex Navrette(sp?)
SoCal Team #2(aka. team Really Extra Super Fast Racing)
1. Mark DeRosa
2. Minh Ngyuen
3. Chad Miller
4. TBA(I might have forgotten who is thier fourth member...)

As for this weekend, Tamiya Track for sure, and 95% sure of going to SoCal afterwards. You get REALLY tired after both though .

I have to talk to you, I'll send you a PM after school today...

Chris
Wow Bubbles, that is a winning line-up! I wish I would be here to see it but am going out of town on Monday. I will see you on Saturday at SoCal though. Jeff
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Old 03-11-2004, 10:39 AM   #5858
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you want to jump into an enduro team? we may have some room if you wanna jump in. or if you just wanna help. PM Me..and we'll chat.

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Old 03-11-2004, 10:47 AM   #5859
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you want to jump into an enduro team? we may have some room if you wanna jump in. or if you just wanna help. PM Me..and we'll chat.

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Thanks for your kind offer Chris. I would've love to do it--I love the idea of enduro! Unfortunately I am leaving on Monday and won't be back until later in April. Bummer.
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wow.. how late in april? i know what your doing jeff.. your secretly training on all those tracks in asia!

well there's plenty of enduros this year.. just let me know if you wanna run and you can join us if you like.
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Old 03-11-2004, 02:31 PM   #5861
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Rick mate, or anyone, have you had chance to compare the Lightweight evo3 prop and the team bombers carbon prop yet?

thanks

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Post jurgen one way

Just a couple of pics of the Jurgen one way and his spool. Just installed tonight along with the new lightweight shaft. Too bad it doesn't come in red! Now I have a gunmetal shaft and E block!!
Oh well, if it solves the stripping problems, I'll be happy!

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Just a couple of pics of the Jurgen one way and his spool. Just installed tonight along with the new lightweight shaft. Too bad it doesn't come in red! Now I have a gunmetal shaft and E block!!
Oh well, if it solves the stripping problems, I'll be happy!

vic
Im sure you will be happy with Jrgens oneway and spool.

I never heard any bad of these parts.

Tomorrow I also will use the lightweight shaft. But I dont have a red car. My EVO3 is titaniumgrey and blue.
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Originally posted by hierog
Just a couple of pics of the Jurgen one way and his spool. Just installed tonight along with the new lightweight shaft. Too bad it doesn't come in red! Now I have a gunmetal shaft and E block!!
Oh well, if it solves the stripping problems, I'll be happy!

vic
I was wondering if somone could provide sales information for the Jugen' parts?

They look to be great quality, and sadly I'm a bit under caffinated this morning to review all the threads to find the contact info.

Your help is appreciated

John
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