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Old 09-08-2012, 06:31 PM
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Originally Posted by vr6cj View Post
read Franks roots answer to this just a couple pages back
thanks found it its fine
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Old 09-08-2012, 06:53 PM
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I seen one of these at SpaceCoast RC today at the FSORS race. Truck looked very impressive.
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Old 09-08-2012, 07:41 PM
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Originally Posted by Grandturk View Post
Anyone notice any play in the top shaft? I'm able to clck mine in and out slightly and there seems to be some resistance when it's clicked in. I didn't notice this before when I first ran it. I noticed it when I changed my spur today. Hoping this doesn't cook my motor.

I checked my 22T and there is no play there. Hope I didnt bust the bearing in the tranny.
You may want to check your transmission case. I blew up 2 idler gears in mine. After the second one I checked the case. The hole for the pin on the idler gear was way off center in the case. Looks like it did not come out of the mold right. Replaced the cases and problem was gone.
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Old 09-08-2012, 07:48 PM
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Well got my truck running agin. Installed a gear diff in place of the broken ball diff bolt.
Have only run it in front yard. Has a lot of body roll. It really jumped well over the curbs. I think the castle 1410 3800 kv will be plenty of motor.
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What would be a good starting gear diff oil for a hard packed outdoor clay track??
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Old 09-08-2012, 08:20 PM
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Question? I understand the shims that go under the front pivot mount to give the truck various degrees of ato squat in rear motor config. I have set mine up for mid motor though. Other than letting the screws pass them to go into the tranny, why are the inserts used for anti squat too. and do the shims and inserts need to match to get correct antisquat. My kit is built per instructions and it looks like the shims alone could get the job done.
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Old 09-08-2012, 08:23 PM
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Originally Posted by theproffesor View Post
Question? I understand the shims that go under the front pivot mount to give the truck various degrees of ato squat in rear motor config. I have set mine up for mid motor though. Other than letting the screws pass them to go into the tranny, why are the inserts used for anti squat too. and do the shims and inserts need to match to get correct antisquat. My kit is built per instructions and it looks like the shims alone could get the job done.
i had to pull the box a few times look like it was not all the way done in the front.
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Originally Posted by elecRC23 View Post
Hey, guys, I'm new to building kits and was wondering how you tell what size the screws are. I hear about all the different sizes of screws and stuff, but I don't know how to tell which is which.
The instruction Manual has actual size diagrams for each of the bolts, you can lay the bolt on top of the drawing which has the part # so you know exactly which nut, bolt, pin or whatever goes where. The best instruction manual I've ever used to put a kit together. I will tell you that some of my bags where mismarked and had to identify the parts using the exploded views, luckily it was the small bags inside of the large bags that where mis-marked. Have fun with your build, it's a great way to learn all about your car.
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Just installed the Avid clutch on this bad boy. I'll let you know how it does next week after a race. It held up pretty good so far in the street with a 6.5 Sonic. Didnt get as hot as the stock clutch. Still messing with it and adjusting.



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Old 09-08-2012, 08:28 PM
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some of my bolts were short and the 3m 20mm long were missing the ones that hole the gear box to the frame and the one for the rear bummper to the shock tower.
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Originally Posted by SrRC View Post
I like the blu--looking to paint my 22sct the same colar-who makes it?

The color is "faspearl blue"
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[QUOTE=vr6cj;11188976]Just installed the Avid clutch on this bad boy. I'll let you know how it does next week after a race. It held up pretty good so far in the street with a 6.5 Sonic. Didnt get as hot as the stock clutch. Still messing with it and adjusting.




That clutch looks cool. I am definitely interested in how it works! Where did you get it
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Originally Posted by vr6cj View Post
Just installed the Avid clutch on this bad boy. I'll let you know how it does next week after a race. It held up pretty good so far in the street with a 6.5 Sonic. Didnt get as hot as the stock clutch. Still messing with it and adjusting.




That clutch looks cool. I am definitely interested in how it works! Where did you get it
I have two practice sessions on mine, maybe 10 batterie packs and I can tell you it's the smoothest and most consistant slipper I've ever used. Love mine and put one on the 22 buggy too!
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Who sells it?
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I have two practice sessions on mine, maybe 10 batterie packs and I can tell you it's the smoothest and most consistant slipper I've ever used. Love mine and put one on the 22 buggy too!
good to hear. I have one on my 22 too. Put that one on after this one.

http://www.avidrc.com/product/21/triad-slipper-clutch/
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