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Old 04-17-2010, 08:45 PM   #1
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Default losi 8ight buggy diffs ??????

is there a diffrence in the rtr and race roller diffs
on the 1.0 buggy vs race roller
what are the major diffrences from the rtr vs race roller
beside chassie and towers and the hindge pin brace things or whatever u call them not shure
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The diffs are the same as far as I know. I own a 2.0 rtr buggy. Raced all last season on the same weight oil it comes with on everything and just not changing the shock oil lol but I'm not touching weights or anything yet since I'm used to it. All i did was upgrade servos and i just dropped a new motor and pipe in it too other then that its still the rtr.

As far as I know the differences are
chassis
towers
shock caps (rtr has plastic, not had any problems yet)
rtr comes with silver springs all the way around

Pretty sure that is it, I don't claim to know it all though just coming from an owner here
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oh now that i read your post you may be talking about the 1.0's which I dont know much about other then the diffs were grease diffs not oil
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no sir...theyre the same...go to a heavy duty diff case for the center...theyre inexpensive so if you do the swap...go ahead and save yourself a problem and do all 3. diff fluids fr:5000 ct:7000 rr:2000
shock fluid fr:40 rear: 25 you'll have a good,stable handling car.
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i got spare parts layin including all diffs
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my 1.0 race roller came with heavy duty diffs (front centre and rear) they have the steel supports inside the plastic case it also has the alloy diff inserts in the rear diff case. make sure you get some CVD covers for the centre drive shafts to stop the pins ejecting and an alloy collar in the centre diff is a good Idea as well. Enjoy!

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