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Old 11-28-2011, 11:57 AM
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Just made another 20 sets of the driveline sleeves for the losi Ten-SCTE 4x4. If you are interested in a set just email me at [email protected] or call 520 909 8289. I do accept Paypal, shipping will be USPS priority mail small flat rate box 2-3 day delivery, 35.00 shipped. Discount on orders of more than 1 set. I know the price is a little high for some but I believe the quality speaks for itself.Thanks to all of you that have bought these in the past, I do appreciate it. Thanks, Sean
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Old 11-28-2011, 11:58 AM
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where do the 16 HA ball ends go?
12 is for the turnbuckles

2 for servo/steering link?

other 2?
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Originally Posted by SoCal Jared
M11X is the best and fastest radio out period. All the best drivers at my track use them and got mine here on RCtech used for $200
MT4 would be 2nd choice. Spektrum IMO is no bueno.


I majorly have to disagree here. the M11x is a great radio, but from someone with big hands, it feels claustrophobic with the dropdown. And saying its the fastest isn't exactly true either. The new KO propo eurus module is right there with it, and both are fast enough that you likely wouldn't be able to tell the difference.

To me, the Eurus is the most comfortable radio out, and at my track pretty much everyone that holds mine, ends up getting one when their Spektrum glitches on them.
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Originally Posted by JayL
where do the 16 HA ball ends go?
12 is for the turnbuckles

2 for servo/steering link?

other 2?
The 16 go in the turnbuckles and the shock ends.
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Originally Posted by toby keith
Just made another 20 sets of the driveline sleeves for the losi Ten-SCTE 4x4. If you are interested in a set just email me at [email protected] or call 520 909 8289. I do accept Paypal, shipping will be USPS priority mail small flat rate box 2-3 day delivery, 35.00 shipped. Discount on orders of more than 1 set. I know the price is a little high for some but I believe the quality speaks for itself.Thanks to all of you that have bought these in the past, I do appreciate it. Thanks, Sean
What's the advantage of having these sleeves, and are any mods necessary to fit them?
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Hacker07 -- suggestion/complaint.

I recently built a new set of diffs so I could swap back and forth. I bought a new set of outdrives (LOSB3575/3576), new cases (LOSB3542), new gears (LOSB3569) and new ring/pinion and spur gear sets.

When I was all set, I had 2 sets of shim washers (a good thing since they wear so badly) and no pins for the sun gears. I had to run out to my local shop and pick up 3 packs of seals (LOSB3568) so now I have extra gaskets, extra orings and more mileage on my car.

Those pins do not under any circumstance belong in the "seals" kit. They belong with the gears, and actually should also ship in the outdrive packs. There shouldnt be a situation where you HAVE to buy extra stuff you dont need just to get enough parts to build a diff. How much could throwing 2 tiny pins in the outdrive pack and 2 tiny pins in the gears pack really cost?

Not a major deal or anything, but this seems like an easy "running change" sort of fix that could be corrected easily enough.

my .02

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Old 11-28-2011, 01:09 PM
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hello i have a problem with my scte i broke the center front driveshaft,does anyone know about other brand can i use instead the losi becose that part is not avalaible here in mexico (i have a frecuently a problem with that shaft in particular it gets oval and the pins gets loose.........regards Diego
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Originally Posted by RedDevil13
Hacker07 -- suggestion/complaint.

I recently built a new set of diffs so I could swap back and forth. I bought a new set of outdrives (LOSB3575/3576), new cases (LOSB3542), new gears (LOSB3569) and new ring/pinion and spur gear sets.

When I was all set, I had 2 sets of shim washers (a good thing since they wear so badly) and no pins for the sun gears. I had to run out to my local shop and pick up 3 packs of seals (LOSB3568) so now I have extra gaskets, extra orings and more mileage on my car.

Those pins do not under any circumstance belong in the "seals" kit. They belong with the gears, and actually should also ship in the outdrive packs. There shouldnt be a situation where you HAVE to buy extra stuff you dont need just to get enough parts to build a diff. How much could throwing 2 tiny pins in the outdrive pack and 2 tiny pins in the gears pack really cost?

Not a major deal or anything, but this seems like an easy "running change" sort of fix that could be corrected easily enough.

my .02

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I have been working on little updates such as this so I will certainly consider this. Thanks for the info.
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Originally Posted by RedDevil13
Hacker07 -- suggestion/complaint.

I recently built a new set of diffs so I could swap back and forth. I bought a new set of outdrives (LOSB3575/3576), new cases (LOSB3542), new gears (LOSB3569) and new ring/pinion and spur gear sets.

When I was all set, I had 2 sets of shim washers (a good thing since they wear so badly) and no pins for the sun gears. I had to run out to my local shop and pick up 3 packs of seals (LOSB3568) so now I have extra gaskets, extra orings and more mileage on my car.

Those pins do not under any circumstance belong in the "seals" kit. They belong with the gears, and actually should also ship in the outdrive packs. There shouldnt be a situation where you HAVE to buy extra stuff you dont need just to get enough parts to build a diff. How much could throwing 2 tiny pins in the outdrive pack and 2 tiny pins in the gears pack really cost?

Not a major deal or anything, but this seems like an easy "running change" sort of fix that could be corrected easily enough.

my .02

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You need LOSB3568, then you get a new gasket and orings as well as the pins and yet another set of shims
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I can't speak for their other radios but the DX3R Pro has worked great. I started with a Airtronics MX3X and when I switched to the Spektrum I had to change my driving style. The Spektrum was so much faster that I was turning into the corners too fast and hitting the pipes. I know my radio used the dsm2 series receivers and that's all I have, but maybe the older dsm were slower.

I have heard the Spektrum receivers need a good source of power. The ESCs with the lower amp BECs (castle) do have problems when using the high current servos. Spektrums need the voltage to stay higher or they shut down. Other brand receivers seem to be more tolerant. I haven't had a problem running using spektrum gear with hitec 7940 and Savox 1258 servos with Novak Havok Pro, Novak Kinetic or Tekin RX8 ESCs.

IMO, people experiencing issues either have a bad receiver or are blaming BEC, ESC or brushless sensor problems on Spektrum.

PS Spektrum does say to turn the controller on first and wait three seconds before turning on the receiver. This lets the controller scan and find an open chanel.

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Originally Posted by ironman805

IMO, people experiencing issues either have a bad receiver or are blaming BEC, ESC or brushless sensor problems on Spektrum.
it's hard not to when the exact same set up on a futaba or airtronics receiver doesn't glitch.
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Just put in the Pro4 4600 I ordered Friday from Stormer. Did'nt expect it till the end of the week but i'm not complaining. It' sure is a loud little bugger compared to the CC 1410 but the top end and torque are amaizing. Still running the MMP for now. Will get the RX8 soon. Glad I went with the 4600 over the 4000. I'm sure both are excellent but I love my top end.
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has anyone else tried the short ackerman steering bar? Im using it now and it hooks awesome on a tight indoor clay track , I have to take it off on larger flowing tracks to maintain corner speed. just looking for any other input on this option part losi sells , that i havent heard much talk about...

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Originally Posted by Stanford55
What's the advantage of having these sleeves, and are any mods necessary to fit them?
The pins will eventually come thru the plastic sleeve. This is a direct replacement sleeve but in aluminum. Must have quality upgrade imo. I have several weeks of racing on mine and no problems since installing
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Originally Posted by nitro0619
The pins will eventually come thru the plastic sleeve. This is a direct replacement sleeve but in aluminum. Must have quality upgrade imo. I have several weeks of racing on mine and no problems since installing
the problem is that i've had that coupler fail without the pin coming through the sleeve (the pin widened out the holes on the CVA). so it's not a complete fix to that situation.
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