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Old 08-30-2012, 07:46 PM
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Originally Posted by goehm View Post
If you mean for the front, if it doesn't decrease ride height that it means it doesn't stop the chassis from hitting the ground over a big jump, thus defeating the purpose of a skid plate.

If you want to put such a plate on, I suspect it would be only used to add weight at a low center of gravity point.
I was actually referring to the rear. I suppose you're right, with the way the chassis is shaped it wouldn't wear on the transmission case anyway. The transmission actually rides higher than the lowest part of the chassis.
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Old 08-30-2012, 07:50 PM
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Originally Posted by vito View Post
what are you all useing for a servo?
I'm using an AE 1015..a little overkill for a 2wd SC..but it works awesome, I like it way more than the savox servos I use to run..
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Old 08-30-2012, 07:53 PM
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http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...tal-Gear-Servo
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Good job Weavty! You're famous now!

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Well crap...I ended up stripping one of the small gears that are in the diff case. Anyone else have that problem? What would cause that?
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Almost finished with my kit. It seems a lot heavyer than my SC10 2wd. Is a castel 1410 3800kv going to be enough motor? It was a really fast motor in the SC10.
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Originally Posted by RC-1 View Post
Well crap...I ended up stripping one of the small gears that are in the diff case. Anyone else have that problem? What would cause that?
did you use any lythum grease ? too tight on the slipper ? too powerfull motor? dirt when assembled ? overtighten case screws? ive never blown a idler gear.. but i also install a new one when rebuilding the diff....
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Does the Gear Diff from a 22RTR work in the 22sct?
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Originally Posted by RC-1 View Post
Does the Gear Diff from a 22RTR work in the 22sct?
Yes
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Originally Posted by easye View Post
Yes
Awesome! Is is a direct fit? Do I need anything else?

Thanks!
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Originally Posted by GNS Racing 86 View Post
did you use any lythum grease ? too tight on the slipper ? too powerfull motor? dirt when assembled ? overtighten case screws? ive never blown a idler gear.. but i also install a new one when rebuilding the diff....
I used a touch of 50w, slipper was backed off 1/2 turn from being fully tightend, Motor is a velenion 3500. Care seems like it has decent power but could use a little more punch, no dirt, possibly overtighted the case though.
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Originally Posted by RC-1 View Post
Awesome! Is is a direct fit? Do I need anything else?

Thanks!
Direct fit. Loosen the slipper it will save your trans internals. I personally dont like setting my slipper by holding the tire and stabing the throttel and tring to make the front end come up. I prefer putting the truck on the surface that your running on and have it slip a foot or 2 before it hooks.
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Originally Posted by RC-1 View Post
I used a touch of 50w, slipper was backed off 1/2 turn from being fully tightend, Motor is a velenion 3500. Care seems like it has decent power but could use a little more punch, no dirt, possibly overtighted the case though.
This may help.http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...er-clutch.html
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Originally Posted by RC-1 View Post
Well crap...I ended up stripping one of the small gears that are in the diff case. Anyone else have that problem? What would cause that?
Considering the support kit comes with 2 idlers, I'm going to assume that TLR designed that to be the weak point in the transmission.
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Originally Posted by nitro_mt_racer View Post
Considering the support kit comes with 2 idlers, I'm going to assume that TLR designed that to be the weak point in the transmission.
Mid motor setups run 2 idler gear thats why its in the support kit.
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