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Old 03-05-2012, 04:36 PM
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did you put the diff screws towards the bottom of the chassis? if not the diffs are upside down. only other thing besides that would be the throttle channel is reversed.

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Im sure this has happened before to someone- just finished building the car and it only goes in reverse when the car is supposed to be going forward.

Im fairly sure the diff's are in correctly, im using a Tekin RS Pro with a Spektrum SR3300T.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Originally Posted by beenaround
Im sure this has happened before to someone- just finished building the car and it only goes in reverse when the car is supposed to be going forward.

Im fairly sure the diff's are in correctly, im using a Tekin RS Pro with a Spektrum SR3300T.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Sounds like the diffs are upside down. Make sure the ring gear is on the right side when looking from either the front or back. Also the screw heads always face down when installing the complete diff housing.
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Old 03-05-2012, 05:02 PM
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Originally Posted by cm.stites
did you put the diff screws towards the bottom of the chassis? if not the diffs are upside down. only other thing besides that would be the throttle channel is reversed.
Do you mean the screws holding the housing together? Ive checked the radio and when you set that to reverse all it does is goes backwards when you reverse the trigger.


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Sounds like the diffs are upside down. Make sure the ring gear is on the right side when looking from either the front or back. Also the screw heads always face down when installing the complete diff housing.
If you mean the side that is not flat, both are facing towards the right. However the screws on the front diff housing are facing upwards. If I flip that over the front wheels end up going backwards and the rear wheels go forward so the car ends up going no where.
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If you look at the rear of the car the large side of the diff is on the right with diff case screws facing down, looking at the front same thing.... large side right case screws facing down (head of screws underside of diff case) if that is correct then you may be running a sensorless motor that allows reverse operation with one wire swap on motor. Sensored operation does not allow.this so rule that out if sensored.
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Originally Posted by INFERN0
If you look at the rear of the car the large side of the diff is on the right with diff case screws facing down, looking at the front same thing.... large side right case screws facing down (head of screws underside of diff case) if that is correct then you may be running a sensorless motor that allows reverse operation with one wire swap on motor. Sensored operation does not allow.this so rule that out if sensored.
That was it- thank you very much, I had built a diff upside down once the screws were swapped and the diff turned upside down the car ran normally.

Are they supposed to be this fast, and handle this well?
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Yes, this car should be sweet to drive.
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Old 03-06-2012, 11:18 AM
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Does anyone have the part #'s to convert the rear to hex or the v3 part #.?

Thx,
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Old 03-06-2012, 11:47 AM
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Originally Posted by Slimsh8t
Does anyone have the part #'s to convert the rear to hex or the v3 part #.?

Thx,
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I put a shim between bearing and Hex. Used one from a Nitro clutch.
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Awesome thx.!
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Originally Posted by Raul Garcia
I weighed my V3 last night, with every Tresrey option excluding chassis, and alloy servo mount, rack, and honkin servo with a shorty it weighed in at 1795kg.

Here is a pic of the Orion R10 installed.


My Gainabull....


Im off to Motorama today, who's going?
Which battery is that one Raul?
I thought in this caryou can only fit sadlle packs?
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Old 03-06-2012, 10:36 PM
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looks like a venom shorty pack http://www.infernosonly.com/Venom_2s...p/vnr15064.htm
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anyone know of a source for the Rear hubs for the car? I broke my stock one on the V3 car and cant seem to find any in stock anywhere for the V3 car.*big bearing hubs
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Originally Posted by ozzy-crawl
interesting..I didn`t know those batteries existed.
I am planing to get a dex 410 v3, so I am looking for batteries,where to get the spare parts..etc
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Originally Posted by suparajicon
interesting..I didn`t know those batteries existed.
I am planing to get a dex 410 v3, so I am looking for batteries,where to get the spare parts..etc
Yes Raul is running Venom short packs in his 410. The shorty fits perfectly front to back, just need some foam on the sides to keep it centered. The shorty really cleans up the inside look on the 410 and Raul's car looks really good with it. I know he spent some time working on balancing it but the shorty is a nice option for those who don't have or want to buy saddles.
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Originally Posted by Qwkrn U
anyone know of a source for the Rear hubs for the car? I broke my stock one on the V3 car and cant seem to find any in stock anywhere for the V3 car.*big bearing hubs
Look into the Tresery hubs. They are Red anodized aluminum and have the larger outer bearing.
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