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Old 12-30-2006, 04:41 PM   #301
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SCYAN...DO WHAT I NOW DO AND RUN THE V1 DIFFS....STEEL OUTDRIVES.. . I HAVE NOT HAD A PROBLEM IN MY V2 WITH THOSE DIFFS..AND THEY DROP RIGHT IN...FRANKIE
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Old 12-31-2006, 04:18 AM   #302
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It is sb v2 that I am using.

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Old 12-31-2006, 09:38 AM   #303
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Frankie, I remember trying the v1 diffs in the v2 when i got it and found that the outdrives were too long ? Also, the v1 diff washers wear out in no time... so its a lose lose situation for me. I would LOVE for them to make a str4 pro 2 steel diff like they annouced earlier !!

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Nice SB V2.

By V1 washers are you talking about the diff rings? If that is the case, you can use B4 diff rings If I recall correctly. I think they are 1mm too big on the inner diameter, so people just glued them into place. These solved alot of diff wear issues.

Another thing to try on the V1 is use the B4 diff spring. this spring gives more diff action as you bottom out using the stock spring and go from loose to tight when trying to set it. Either that or try some spacers to give the diff alittle more range.
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CAVE Jean François joined the TEAM academy France with the SBV2 PRO for the season 2007
great prize list
2° champion of France 2006
2° champion of France 2005
champion of France 2004
with the great experiment of this pilot the SBV2 will be one of the cars has to follow over the season 2007 to France



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Park Young Hun: Car looks good, cant wait to see what the US drivers think of the new car!

ACADEMY FRANCE: Congratulations on acquiring such a top notch driver!!
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was looking to get some aluminum parts for my sb pro any ideas where o ger them. ear hinge pin mounts and rer hub carriers
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Old 01-03-2007, 08:46 PM   #308
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the rear aluminum hinge pin mount you can order from MRC, it is an academy part. The PN is 98VP T009 for the 3* toe mount.
I'm not sure if anyone makes aluminum hubs for the car. I'm not sure if there is a need to they have so much material on them.
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what about aluminum or titanium tie rods. all i saw was steel
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DrunkMike: You can use the ACADEMY t6 grade aluminum ones Part# 98VXB T003 Or you can find a similar set of Titinium ones from Lunsford. Good luck!
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thanks dave, ive tried searhing and come up with nothing, and im one of the only people left in the world who still has dial up so when i think i found something it takes foreever to get to.
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The AE B3 turnbuckles fit without too much problem. So any lunsford or factory team buckles of same size/set would work. I would imagine B4 buckles are pretty close, but I think there is a longer pair?
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if i get the b3 turnbuckles do i need new ball cups???
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I use them

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you should be able to use the standard size losi/AE ball cups. Check though, pop them on your car. If there is a lot of slop or binding use the academy ones from the kit.
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