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Old 10-24-2011, 10:20 AM
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all new unbiased, I work for no r/c company.

Please post questions/info and I will update with equal info, meaning I have no free advertising to gain by posting here and will not USE to to work free for my company.



Some early info I have collected:
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6907 5x8x2.5 steering (4)
6947 5x11 pinion support (4)
6954 5x10x4
6956 12x18x4 diff outdrive (6)
6957 10x15x4 inner rear hub, inner front (4)
6958 6x12x4 outer rear hub, outer front (4)




Qty 3 8/32 / 3/8" long screws for new losi or bce chassis


pro4 4600 14T


servo saver: tighten it so you have at least 2mm of thread showing below the nut.


adj hingepin holders:
Team runs 0's all around in the front. For the rears 1's up in the front and 0's in the rear


diff removal:
Front diff..
remove front bumper 4 screws, loosen the back two chassis screws about 1/2 way out
remove the front two top plate screws and the bracket btw the diff and the top plate (don't touch the other three screws)
remove the top two diff housing screws
remove the bottom two diff housing screws
remove or loosen the sway bar screws
pop off the front diff cover do work and re-install

Rear diff..
remove the back bumper 4 screws
loosen the front two rear chassis screws (1/2 way)
remove the top two diff case screws
remove or loosen the sway bar screws
pop off the rear diff cover do work and re-install

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Old 10-24-2011, 10:23 AM
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What can a guy do to tighten the outdrives on the center diff?
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this has already been done once. 5 pages of rediculousness so why not just stick to the original thread? everybody on that thread is biased towards whatever they run and just because the tech guru (who helps regardless of what you run) works for an electronics co. and deleted some names everybody wants to kill someone. We've already been through this. Check back a cpl pages and find the other thread and see how far it got. Everybody stays at the original thread because thats where the info and awsome tech help is.
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You guys put your big girl panties on and get over it.
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Old 10-24-2011, 12:35 PM
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Originally Posted by JayL View Post
all new unbiased, I work for no r/c company.

Please post questions/info and I will update with equal info, meaning I have no free advertising to gain by posting here and will not USE to to work free for my company.



Some early info I have collected:
BEARINGS:


6907 5x8x2.5 steering (4)
6947 5x11 pinion support (4)
6954 5x10x4
6956 12x18x4 diff outdrive (6)
6957 10x15x4 inner rear hub, inner front (4)
6958 6x12x4 outer rear hub, outer front (4)




Qty 3 8/32 / 3/8" long screws for new losi or bce chassis


pro4 4600 14T


servo saver: tighten it so you have at least 2mm of thread showing below the nut.


adj hingepin holders:
Team runs 0's all around in the front. For the rears 1's up in the front and 0's in the rear
Should we be offended that you only have one companies motor and electronics listed? Your worse then a paid employee, your a fanboy with an agenda.


Doesn't really matter to me. It's just that the hypocracy is ironic. Good luck with your thread.
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Old 10-24-2011, 02:17 PM
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That's the only motor I own, sorry. When I get more info I will post it as I said....



re: loose center diff, glue the metal inserts to the diff case. A good first step
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One word CHILDISH
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WHAT A WASTE.......
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Old 10-24-2011, 03:28 PM
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The one who deletes a company products they compete against is the CHILDISH TOOL, sorry

I am posting truth not proaganda, sorry if that bothers you and you would rather have "edited" threads
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If it's not a big deal I dont see why saladfork doesnt put the info back. Don't really car either way since I'm not new and know what works with the truck.
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For those of us that know the story....there is a reason. Trust me
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go get a colonoscopy if your rear end really hurts that bad!!
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Originally Posted by larlev View Post
For those of us that know the story....there is a reason. Trust me
do tell.......
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It starts on page 168 , post 2510 of the Viper ESC thread where SaladFork says the Viper ESC has almost twice the FETS as an RX8 has and the Tekin Prez comes into the thread and calls him out on it because he is wrong .
http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...stems-168.html

After that was when SaladFork removed only Tekin info first and then all ESC/motor info (except for Viper) .

Whatever, it was handled poorly by both sides IMO and the whole deal reflected badly on both companies .
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