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Old 04-20-2011, 11:30 PM
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Originally Posted by ScottKelly911 View Post
Those are awesome! Especially the last one Where'd you find the templates? The template would be awesome for designing some bodies!
If you want the to scale template its located here www.thedriverstand.com/wraps/SC10_Outline.zip (Illustrator file)

This is for the SC10 body, not the SCTe. Haven't done an outline for this truck, yet.

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Old 04-20-2011, 11:38 PM
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Originally Posted by SaladFork View Post
That stuffs like Flubber... Everyone has been trying to figure out what the closest grease is or the equivalent to the grease in oil weight. The stuff that comes stock almost looks like axle grease, but who knows.

I see this asked enough, maybe someone from Losi can find out?
Dang Fork, we thought You were with Losi
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Old 04-20-2011, 11:40 PM
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Dang Fork, we thought You were with Losi
Yea right, Losi can't afford me.
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Old 04-20-2011, 11:46 PM
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I thought he was with losi too, lol just look at the first page again, amazing lol
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I thought he was with losi too, lol just look at the first page again, amazing lol
I really wouldn't want to work for a R/C company. I do enjoy R/C though and some of my work dribbles over to here, glad people are finding it helpful.
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I think I read somewhere on this forum that you could get diff shims from another manufacture. Does anyone remember seeing this? I cant find it.

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Originally Posted by fastfrank View Post
I think I read somewhere on this forum that you could get diff shims from another manufacture. Does anyone remember seeing this? I cant find it.

Thanks Frank
I used an old brushed mod motor shim. they are 3mm and work fine. You'll just have to try and match the thickness. If you have digital calipers you can measure one of the stockers thickness. I don't have a diff apart at the moment or I'd measure it for you.
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Originally Posted by chiro972 View Post
I used an old brushed mod motor shim. they are 3mm and work fine. You'll just have to try and match the thickness. If you have digital calipers you can measure one of the stockers thickness. I don't have a diff apart at the moment or I'd measure it for you.
I used a strait edge on a glass table to check the thickness.
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For those of you trying to figure out the grease used in the diff here you go

http://www.losipartshouse.com/servle...al-Lube/Detail
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For those of you trying to figure out the grease used in the diff here you go

http://www.losipartshouse.com/servle...al-Lube/Detail
That looks like the stuff that came out of my nose this morning!
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Originally Posted by D-money View Post
For those of you trying to figure out the grease used in the diff here you go

http://www.losipartshouse.com/servle...al-Lube/Detail

That appears to be ball diff grease, The Color of the SCTE stuff is much darker in appearance.

Originally Posted by SaladFork View Post
That stuffs like Flubber... Everyone has been trying to figure out what the closest grease is or the equivalent to the grease in oil weight. The stuff that comes stock almost looks like axle grease, but who knows.

I see this asked enough, maybe someone from Losi can find out?

Im sure if we ask enough, Ryan will have them package up a tube for us and we'll all of a sudden have a new part # for the Super grease.
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Originally Posted by michael_lambert View Post
I got my Ten SCTE and put together

Running the Mamba Maxx Pro with a LRP X12L SC 4.5T. So far it looks great feels great.. can't wait to get it on the track!

Just another of us Canadians desperately waiting for the f'ing snow to STOP now!!!.
usually its nice by now but the pool froze over again last nite...
I had the chance to run mine last week and its very forgiving and doesnt seem fast but the lap timer agrees that it is fast...
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see front page for details.
I ran three batts and there was definitely wear.
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Originally Posted by D-money View Post
For those of you trying to figure out the grease used in the diff here you go

http://www.losipartshouse.com/servle...al-Lube/Detail
That doesn't even look like enough to do 1 diff I think I'll try some off the grease I used for the ball joints in my real car.
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Lifetime supply:

http://www.amazon.com/CRC-SL3131-Hea.../dp/B000CPJMYI

Everyone that worked in autoparts while they paid their way through school raise your hand.
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Everyone that worked in autoparts while they paid their way through school raise your hand.
I delivered them, does that count?
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