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Old 03-19-2011, 11:55 PM   #31
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Default Ryan Lutz rebuilds diff using PT RC Racing diff oil

Again another video of Ryan this time showing us how he rebuilds his diffs using PT RC Racing diff oil, I will take the credit on the tip about using 100cst shock oil to flush the diff. The question of "how you clean your diffs" shows up in the forums from time time and a lot of people have some really good ideas.
The main purpose of using 100 shock oils is not only that it all comes out nice and clean but also that it keeps you from contaminating your diff with other solvents and cleaners which may not all come out and contaminates your fresh oil.

http://lutzinator.com/?page_id=80

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Old 03-20-2011, 07:38 AM   #32
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Thanks for the link! We really like your fluids.

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PTRC is THE most consistent, best viscosity holding silicone fluids on the market.

Track Star is proud to use Pablo's products not only in every customer car we build but in ALL of our racing vehicles from 1/12 on road to 1/8 off road!
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Pablo, I sent you an email through your site contact link. did you receive it?
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Default Ryan Lutz race recap: Silver State Nitro Challange

Hello Guys just wanted to share Ryan Lutz Silver State Nitro Challenge race recap. In his recap he mentions going up 50cst in shock oil, this shows how you can count on this oils accuracy to perform out on the track.
That is my goal; to provide racers with the most accurate and consistent shock and diff oils, a product that you can depend on.
Ryan I hope the oils made in part possible for you to have a well deserve podium finish.
I will be sharing more info with you guys later, stay tune.

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TKO is now carrying PT RC Racing diff and shock oil. We have been testing...thanks Pablo...and it lives up to all the claims. Love the 4oz. shock oil bottles too.

http://tkocompetitiondev.com/index.php?cPath=38
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TKO is now carrying PT RC Racing diff and shock oil. We have been testing...thanks Pablo...and it lives up to all the claims. Love the 4oz. shock oil bottles too.

http://tkocompetitiondev.com/index.php?cPath=38
There is no listing on the TKO site for shock or diff fluids.
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PT changed some things..packaging etc. So we will have the new stuff soon.
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