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Old 03-12-2015, 09:27 PM
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Originally Posted by ResultsRC View Post
what diff fluid are you guys running in med bite clay with some dust. Im running a few different compounds of tires and going through the front tires in 2 to 3 packs and the rears are still looking good?
i use 30k front and 5k rear for max. on power steering/control
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Old 03-12-2015, 10:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Marco926 View Post
i use 30k front and 5k rear for max. on power steering/control
Do you mean 3K front? and 5K rear. Just wondering if the 30K was a typo?

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Old 03-12-2015, 10:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Norse View Post
Do you mean 3K front? and 5K rear. Just wondering if the 30K was a typo?

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not typo.....30k front / 5k rear (front much harder)
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Old 03-12-2015, 11:30 PM
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how much run time are you getting outa a pair of front tires vs rear with that setup
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Old 03-13-2015, 01:24 AM
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Originally Posted by ResultsRC View Post
how much run time are you getting outa a pair of front tires vs rear with that setup
i use center diff.....i didn't count but tire wear not fast....maybe the clay is a bit soft
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Has anyone received there suspension holder in the US yet?
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Old 03-13-2015, 05:31 AM
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Originally Posted by suby723 View Post
I didn't care much for the Orange parts at first but I seem to have caught the Orange bug with this Xray car.
I've got to say I wasn't a fan of orange bits on a car before, but it is quite contagious!
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Has anyone tried running 7-7-3 in their diffs on a dusty
dirt track instead of the 100k middle diff weight?
Im interested to know why it wouldn't work like a 1/8 buggy , all the diffs are the same size front,middle ,rear.
I can't get down to the local track in the near future so any
feedback would be good.
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Originally Posted by Marco926 View Post
not typo.....30k front / 5k rear (front much harder)

Wow! How does she drive with that combo? and what are you running for weight in your center gear diff?

Outside season is just getting ready to start here thanks to the early spring
With this being the case I am trying to guestimate a good starting point for my Front, Center and Rear diffs. Outside tracks here are usually hard packed dirt and thus they can and do get dusty and loomy. Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated. My local outdoor facility is really sweet, as it has 2 tracks. One is medium sized and a little technical. The other is straight out huge! with a plethora of big jumps, a ton of technical areas and various long speed straights. Its an 8th scale track but we like to run the 10th scale wheelers on it.

Thanks again to all on the XB4 thread for sharing set-up info, build info etc.
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Originally Posted by John Myall View Post
I've got to say I wasn't a fan of orange bits on a car before, but it is quite contagious!
Your car looks great! I have a few exotek bits coming also. Orange parts are extremely contagious! Haha
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Orange bling.

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Originally Posted by Norse View Post
Wow! How does she drive with that combo? and what are you running for weight in your center gear diff?

Outside season is just getting ready to start here thanks to the early spring
With this being the case I am trying to guestimate a good starting point for my Front, Center and Rear diffs. Outside tracks here are usually hard packed dirt and thus they can and do get dusty and loomy. Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated. My local outdoor facility is really sweet, as it has 2 tracks. One is medium sized and a little technical. The other is straight out huge! with a plethora of big jumps, a ton of technical areas and various long speed straights. Its an 8th scale track but we like to run the 10th scale wheelers on it.

Thanks again to all on the XB4 thread for sharing set-up info, build info etc.
norse where you running at?
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Hi can someone point me in the direction toward the post # with the 2015 rear toe issue? Just got my 2015 built. Thank you in advance.
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