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Old 11-01-2010, 08:39 PM
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Im looking forward to seeing kinwald do sum damage with this car!!
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Old 11-01-2010, 09:12 PM
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Originally Posted by LiL_JaSoN
i think im the only one who has done it so far.

iv ran it once, so far it seems good and havent had any problems..

when there is wobble, the gear also wobbles. taking out the wobble will remove the wobble from the gear also.
keep us posted on that. it sounds like a solid idea. im also concerned that the friction from the out drive rubbing the washer may cause enough heat to melt the edge of the diff cup. i noticed tonight that the diff cup where the out drive goes thru isnt metal like on a 1/8. the extra play on the out drive might be there purposely. keep an eye on it and keep us posted.
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Old 11-01-2010, 11:58 PM
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ok so I know for sure to use P5 seals in the diffs, now as for shimming like a few pages back, are you all doing that?

I know the one guy said on the out drives, can someone show me where exactly on the outdrive?
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Old 11-02-2010, 03:45 AM
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Originally Posted by C_Money
ok so I know for sure to use P5 seals in the diffs, now as for shimming like a few pages back, are you all doing that?

I know the one guy said on the out drives, can someone show me where exactly on the outdrive?
i believe i am the only one doing it, but i recommend you guys give it a try.

just put them on the outdrive, and slide than put the outdrive in the diff like normal so the shims sit outside the outdrive.

you need 1 7x10 and 5x7 shim on each outdrive.
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Old 11-02-2010, 03:53 AM
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So...I have a problem. Started tearing apart the diffs to do the Kyosho p5s and shimmi g and broke a tip off flush in the diff screw. FLUSH

How do I get that screw out now? I tried prying the tip out to no avail... Any ideas?
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Old 11-02-2010, 05:23 AM
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Originally Posted by Dlewis4
So...I have a problem. Started tearing apart the diffs to do the Kyosho p5s and shimmi g and broke a tip off flush in the diff screw. FLUSH

How do I get that screw out now? I tried prying the tip out to no avail... Any ideas?
you broke it flush? cant even use pliers to extract it out?

or dremel a line through it and take it out with a screw driver?

other than that is to use a screw extractor or new diff case
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Old 11-02-2010, 07:26 AM
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Originally Posted by Dlewis4
So...I have a problem. Started tearing apart the diffs to do the Kyosho p5s and shimmi g and broke a tip off flush in the diff screw. FLUSH

How do I get that screw out now? I tried prying the tip out to no avail... Any ideas?
Use a dremel and cut a slot so you can use a screw driver .
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Old 11-02-2010, 07:56 AM
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Is anyone using shims anywhere else in this car?
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Old 11-02-2010, 10:39 AM
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Anyone running a 10.5 and Tekin RS pro? looking for some good good linear settings for the RS pro and a 10.5
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So my wing is taking a beating. i was thinking about getting a losi 10t rear wing and seeing if i could make it work. it made out of a harder plastic not lexan. i realize that this will put more strain on the wing mounts ina crash does anyone know the wing dimensions on a losi tenT rear wing. my best guess is about 8 inches wide little wider then the stock rango wing
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Originally Posted by Slim18
So my wing is taking a beating. i was thinking about getting a losi 10t rear wing and seeing if i could make it work. it made out of a harder plastic not lexan. i realize that this will put more strain on the wing mounts ina crash does anyone know the wing dimensions on a losi tenT rear wing. my best guess is about 8 inches wide little wider then the stock rango wing
i bought one a while back, not a 10t though. it was on the wall at a hobby shop, i cant remember what it was off of. it was too small and looked stupid. if it was bigger i think it will work. those wing mounts are very tough and the plastic wings flex quite easily. the only thing i was worried about was the screws pulling out. let us know how it works. i got it, jammin's 1/12 truggy, that's what it was off of. dont buy that one!
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Old 11-02-2010, 11:09 AM
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Originally Posted by Slim18
So my wing is taking a beating. i was thinking about getting a losi 10t rear wing and seeing if i could make it work. it made out of a harder plastic not lexan. i realize that this will put more strain on the wing mounts ina crash does anyone know the wing dimensions on a losi tenT rear wing. my best guess is about 8 inches wide little wider then the stock rango wing
I bought some black molded plastic ones a while back--not bad but remind me of a sprint car wing. I forget who makes them but the link is in this thread a bout 2-months ago . . .
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Old 11-02-2010, 11:23 AM
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This wing might be better for a rango although i still have no idea how wide it is
its for a kyosho dbx i would post a link but i dont have enough posts
Part# KYOTR101W
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Old 11-02-2010, 11:30 AM
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Here is the one I was mentioning if you cannot find anything else in stock . . .

http://www.toadztoyz.com/RC-BODIES-W...-p7701887.html
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I just finished filling out the blank DEX410 setup sheet with my setup, I went to go upload it here for you guys, and said "file exceeds size" ahah I was pissed.. Now what should I do
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