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Old 03-12-2012, 08:34 PM   #16
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I'll post pictures from new...let you see the play...and ill send pictures after each 1/2 gal. this spring. But will have to e-mail them to you, my camera has to many megapixels and won't load here at rctech. The break-in is for the diffs and plastics.
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Thanks...will do...
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Hi!

As for the slop in drivetrain, when a CVD axle i new there is not alot of friction between the parta out in the CVD coupling. When the CVD brakes in, friction increase and you get better grip from the rear end of your car. It has something to do with how the drivaxle influence the rear suspension when both drivshaft and suspension is under load.

If you have a Losi 8ight and put brankd new drivshafts in at the rear end, it starts acting up and slide until you have run a few tanks of fuel.
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As for the slop in drivetrain, when a CVD axle i new there is not alot of friction between the parts in the CVD coupling. When the CVD brakes in, friction increase and you get better grip from the rear end of your car. It has something to do with how the drivaxle influence the rear suspension when both drivshaft and suspension is under load.

If you have a Losi 8ight and put brand new drivshafts in at the rear end, it starts acting up and slide until you have run a few tanks of fuel.
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Hi!

As for the slop in drivetrain, when a CVD axle i new there is not alot of friction between the parts in the CVD coupling. When the CVD brakes in, friction increase and you get better grip from the rear end of your car. It has something to do with how the drivaxle influence the rear suspension when both drivshaft and suspension is under load.

If you have a Losi 8ight and put brand new drivshafts in at the rear end, it starts acting up and slide until you have run a few tanks of fuel.
mmmmm gotcha ya i knew thats what happened for the plastics. And your definiton of why it happens with CVD's is good as well. I would like to see with good CVDs how the Losi cars would change setups lol
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You guys get them shocks finished yet? ...chop chop ..its going to be a early spring!
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You guys get them shocks finished yet? ...chop chop ..its going to be a early spring!
Machines run 24/7 here ... just wish we had 24/7 engineers hahahah.

On there way just takes time
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Machines run 24/7 here ... just wish we had 24/7 engineers hahahah.

On there way just takes time
I'll do design work for free parts! You guys use Pro E?
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I'll do design work for free parts! You guys use Pro E?
We're actually looking for an additional engineer thats has an RC background. Has to have solidworks experience.
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I have run the axels on my tmaxx for quite some time with no problem. But the ones for the slash 2x4 and 4x4 stink, they don't last more than 5 battery packs. you need to test your products better and have better quality control. Until I here about and see better products I will not buy from you.
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How about some f/r cva bones for the AE 8.2. Just the bones!
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How about some f/r cva bones for the AE 8.2. Just the bones!
Wish they made em right now. Im gonna try MP9 front bones on the rear of my RC8.2
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How about some f/r cva bones for the AE 8.2. Just the bones!
Ya I'm trying to talk them into making them, AE's bones wear out super quick!
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I have run the axels on my tmaxx for quite some time with no problem. But the ones for the slash 2x4 and 4x4 stink, they don't last more than 5 battery packs. you need to test your products better and have better quality control. Until I here about and see better products I will not buy from you.
Where are you breaking them?
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