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Old 06-28-2005, 04:42 PM   #1
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how to adjust a 2speed trannie for my rs4

i would like to know how to adjust my transmission on a hpi rs4 3
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Old 06-28-2005, 05:50 PM   #2
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underneath the chassis, where the spur gears are( big black round gears) there is a silver round object attached. rotate the spur gears until you find two wholes. In one whole there will be a nut on an angle. This is the shift point adjustment nut. 1st, turn the nut clockwise until it wont turn any more. Now, turn the nut back out 3 turns counter clockwise. BTW, you will need the allen wrench that came with the kit to do this. If, your car still doesnt shift, go out one more turn.then after it does you can lengthen the time it take to shift by turning it in( clockwise) or decrease it by turning it out( counterclockwise. Remember in = shifts at higher rpms. out= shifts at lower rpms. It may take you a while to rotate the spurs enough to get to the clutch housing but just be patient. It took me a while to get it to shift myself as well as others i know.
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