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Old 04-07-2009, 05:48 PM   #1
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Will the gear diff from a SC10 work in a T4/B4 transmission?
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Will the gear diff from a SC10 work in a T4/B4 transmission?
i believe that it requires different diff cases and new bearings..it was brought up by rick in the sc10 thread
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Actually I asked Rick that very same thing;

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Yes. The only difference would be the transmission. You would not get the gear diff or the cases that you would need to use it. But the ball diff may be better anyway. Other than that there would be no difference.
Ah, so the gear diff requires a different tranny case? Did the internal ratio change or is it just wider than a ball diff?
The internal is the same. I am not sure why the case are different to be honest. But you can fit the older case with ball diff in the SC10.
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the rear t-plate is diffrent on the sc10 so you will need the t-plate off the sc10 for the t4-b4 othier then that it should work as long as you have the sc10 trans case
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So some of the T4 tranny guts would work with a SC10 gear diff but ultimately you'd need a SC10 tranny case to pull it off? Is the SC10 tranny case a direct bolt-on to the T4 chassis?
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the sc10 trans case is way diffrent from the t4/b4 you would need the sc10 transmison an rear t-plate to convert the t4/b4 to gear diff. ive driven the losi with a gear diff its alot better to me with a gear diff then a ball diff
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