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Old 05-18-2010, 08:30 PM   #1
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Default Losi T 2.0 diff oil Recommendation

I have purchased some diff oils new and quite cheap.bit of a bargain.
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The track that I race on has short stretches,just a small track.

The rear end of the truggy is pushing out most of the time and needs to be tamed down.

Recommendations to which oils to use please ? currently it is stock.
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Is 10 stock rtr in the middle
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Not sure what's "supposed" to be stock in the RTR. I wouldn't trust it to actually be the correct oil anyway.
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just try some things. theres a lot of things people like to run. The man 3 i see is 5 5 2 5 7 2 and 5 7 3. Try some out and seee what you like best the only way to find out. I have tried 5 7 2 and 5 5 2 and i like 5 5 2 but some of its in your driving style too.
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just try some things. theres a lot of things people like to run. The man 3 i see is 5 5 2 5 7 2 and 5 7 3. Try some out and seee what you like best the only way to find out. I have tried 5 7 2 and 5 5 2 and i like 5 5 2 but some of its in your driving style too.
Those are all too light for a truggy IMO. Sounds about right for a buggy, not a truggy.
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Old 05-19-2010, 06:27 PM   #7
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RTR come with grease filled diff. 7 10 2 is what i an trying right now
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ohhh my bad. i thought we were talking about a buggy.
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ohhh my bad. i thought we were talking about a buggy.
I just got back from hemet n I changed up my stuff from losi oils to ae and kyosho. I went diffs 7 10 2 the 10 was kyosho. I felt like the rear was to loose so next will b 4 if I can't find it or maybe ae 3&5 mixed. It deff was to light tho for the track n it was watered n I had brand new calibers on so it was the diff oil in the rear. For a new driver 7 10 5 is the easiest to drive with so try that n ull deff like it.
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