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Old 12-24-2013, 10:07 AM
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I have a question about f/r traction, I'm thinking it's a diff fluid problem??? I ran practice (carpet offroad) and the front was pulling like crazy, but the rear was pretty loose entering corners. What can I look at to get better rear traction into corners? Is it a diff thing, a ride height thing, a shock thing or something else? The car has 7k front 3k rear, and 30 f-27.5 r shock oil.
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Old 12-24-2013, 10:21 AM
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locals here where running a 2mm front sway bar and the stiffest springs to get rid of steering, its got mad grip on carpet, Jorn always wins for a very good reason.
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Old 12-24-2013, 10:26 AM
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I just bought the machined spur gear, it does not fit, it is to tight in the mount and binds. what should I look for to fix this?
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Old 12-24-2013, 10:43 AM
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Originally Posted by rcjunky1
locals here where running a 2mm front sway bar and the stiffest springs to get rid of steering, its got mad grip on carpet, Jorn always wins for a very good reason.
So it's not really a matter of lack of rear grip, but too much front grip? I could rip past 4wd SCT's down the straight in through the sweeper without blinking, but in the infield it was tail happy. I got used to sliding it and grabbing throttle out of the turns, but in a race situation I am gonna get spun out constantly.
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Originally Posted by sgtlt
I just bought the machined spur gear, it does not fit, it is to tight in the mount and binds. what should I look for to fix this?
are the pads seated flush?
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Old 12-24-2013, 10:53 AM
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Originally Posted by jmackani
Yes, they are optional on the V4.
Do you happen to know the axle u-joint part numbers off hand?

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Originally Posted by sgtlt
I just bought the machined spur gear, it does not fit, it is to tight in the mount and binds. what should I look for to fix this?
The machined spur gears don't fit the 410 as we have found out...
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Originally Posted by flame56mx
The machined spur gears don't fit the 410 as we have found out...
apparently I have not found out yet.......
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Originally Posted by vw addict
apparently I have not found out yet.......
Lol, a few others have in the last couple weeks.. Stinks though, but apparently they are a bit thicker..
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Originally Posted by knowitall156
Do you happen to know the axle u-joint part numbers off hand?

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Td310422 and td310423
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Originally Posted by vw addict
So it's not really a matter of lack of rear grip, but too much front grip? I could rip past 4wd SCT's down the straight in through the sweeper without blinking, but in the infield it was tail happy. I got used to sliding it and grabbing throttle out of the turns, but in a race situation I am gonna get spun out constantly.
What tires are you running, because on carpet you should not have any problem with sliding?
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Originally Posted by jmackani
Td310422 and td310423
Thanks man.
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wish I had known that thy dont fit. They cost as much as 2 reg spurs.
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Originally Posted by jmackani
What tires are you running, because on carpet you should not have any problem with sliding?
Running proline pinpoint front and schumy mini pin yellow rear
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Originally Posted by vw addict
Running proline pinpoint front and schumy mini pin yellow rear
Tires seem right. What are your ride heights? Go to 19 both front and rear and remove your sway bars. Use dual rate on your radio to calm down the steering.
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