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Old 05-17-2009, 01:35 AM   #1
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they coming out with anything that will lay the smack down on the losi 8ight t 2.0 and the new mbx6t? anyone hear or know anything?
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Old 05-17-2009, 01:53 AM   #2
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No word yet so just buy one of my 4 st-rrs already. I don't think that Kyosho needs to.....Truck is still winning big races all over!
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Not a flame. But how did u solve the diff problem with your st-rr. Friend of mine just got one and is blowing rear diffs like crazy he is seriously frustrated.
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Not a flame. But how did u solve the diff problem with your st-rr. Friend of mine just got one and is blowing rear diffs like crazy he is seriously frustrated.
Your friend needs to shim the rear diff properly. Once the diff is shimmed properly, the Kyosho diffs are virtually bullet proof. Add a shim so than the diff feels smooth and not notchy.
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Your friend needs to shim the rear diff properly. Once the diff is shimmed properly, the Kyosho diffs are virtually bullet proof. Add a shim so than the diff feels smooth and not notchy.

Also keep an eye on the bulkheads. If they get to sloppy or flexed they can also cause you issues

i have ran my St-RR's for2+ years and dont have any diff issues, and ask anyone, i dont do much maintanance either...LOL

when it breaks I fix it, thats about it, tighten my screws and go race


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