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Old 08-11-2014, 11:30 PM   #115
bmain57
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I ran the car again this past weekend and tried lighter front diff oil and it made a big difference with the car on a medium traction track. The kit comes with 1,000,000-50,000 for diff oil, i first tried 500,000-50,000 and the car was ok, but this past weekend the car turn in a lot more aggressively with 300,000. The only reason why i'm posting this is because an another racers purchased the car and put in the 1,000,000-50,000 and he came over to me at the end of the day and complained that the car didn't turn in the way others cars had for him in the past, and I didn't know he had that hard of a front diff oil in his car. I'm pretty sure it will work on a high bite track where your car is on the edge of traction rolling, but if your using tire sauce to find more grip try a lighter front diff oil ( 500,000 - 250,000 range).

Other then trying lighter diff oil the car is very impressive out the box. Diffs are still dry without any signs of leakage. And still running the original spur gear after 4 rounds of qualifying.. a 45 min main and this past weekend of 3 rounds of qualifying and a 20 min main, plus breaking a motor in all day Saturday.
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