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Old 05-13-2010, 08:12 AM   #31
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OK, the problem had gone - just bought Jammin X2 with Xray front active diff & Novarossi Toro Nero Team Should not be disappointed.
Well I guess thats one way to fix the problem!
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Old 05-13-2010, 08:32 AM   #32
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Honestly, my friend gives up nitro racing and sold me all his stuff
I have run Jammin for a while and it goes as I want not as the model does.
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Honestly, my friend gives up nitro racing and sold me all his stuff
I have run Jammin for a while and it goes as I want not as the model does.
You know there is a lot to be said about that, with the active diff you should have the best of both worlds, lot's of steering on corner entry, mid corner, and corner exit. I hope the truck works well for you.
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Old 05-13-2010, 10:11 PM   #35
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Well if the track is loose where your at.The x2 likes 10/20/2.Try it you'll like it.My x2 is so easy to drive with that set up.
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As everyone else has said REAR DIFF OIL 3-5k should do just fine depending on how you drive.
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Well if the track is loose where your at.The x2 likes 10/20/2.Try it you'll like it.My x2 is so easy to drive with that set up.
OK, I'll try, but for the front I put 500 oil because of active diff.
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