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Old 01-27-2011, 07:25 AM   #1
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Can I use the same center diff If I convert it to brushless? There won't be any problems with the metal spur gear?

Also is the metal spur a mod 1 or is nitro a different pitch?

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Can I use the same center diff If I convert it to brushless? There won't be any problems with the metal spur gear?

Also is the metal spur a mod 1 or is nitro a different pitch?

Thanks
The spur is mod1 and will not hurt if you use it, it will be a lil noisy. The composite spur is a nice sound.
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