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Kyosho ZX6.6 New Parts (* = required to update ZX6 to ZX6.6 platform)


LA359B - Center Mount Set (ZX6.6)*
LA375 - Center Diff. Gear Set(ZX6.6)*
LA375-01 - Center Diff. Gear Case Set(ZX6.6)
LA375-78 - Spur Gear(48P-78T/ZX6.6)
LA376 - Center Drive Shaft (71.5/ZX6.6)*
LA377 - Center Drive Shaft (79.5/ZX6.6)* (x2)
LA378 - Center Drive Shaft (88/ZX6.6)*
LA379 - Joint Cup Cover (ZX6/ZX6.6)*
LAW54B-01 - HD Chassis*
LA355B - Side guard set*
UM713B - Rear Arms (from RB6)*
UM561 - Outer rear hinge pins*
LA236-12B - 1.2mm Front sway bar*
LA351B 4-hole front shock tower*


Options
VVC Blades TFW126
Spare Blades TFW001-01

Manuals

Lazer ZX6.6
Lazer ZX6

After Market Bodies

JConcepts Silencer

Weight Reduction options for 13.5 Class

Chassis:
UMW711B - Carbon composite rear arms
LAW60 - Carbon composite front upper bulkhead
LAW61 - Carbon composite rear upper bulkhead
LAW52 - Carbon composite front chassis brace
LAW53 - Carbon composite rear chassis brace
LA209HB - Carbon composite gear boxes (pinion bearing retainer & upper gearbox half only, lower half not compatible/saves 4.6g total)
Driveline:
LA211B - Plastic drive cups for center drive shafts coming out of front & rear gear boxes (requires drilling two holes for set screws to secure LA379)
TFW001 - Aluminum blade style outdrives (for ball diff/requires TF013)
LA202 - Aluminum pinion shafts (for ball diff)
TFW126 - VVC outdrives (for gear diff - front/rear/center)
TFW008 - VVC cross pins (for gear diff - front/rear/center)
Misc:
LAB06LW - LW Blade body
SK0402 - Ti screw set (Available at Lunsfordracing.com)
PTK-T-2111 - Ti screw set (cheaper, slightly less durable option)
LNS7765 - Ti ball studs
LNS2688 - Ti Turnbuckles
LNS36107 - Ti Turnbuckles (super duty)
W0201H - Hard anodized lower shock balls
1-N3024A-R - Aluminum M3x2.4 nuts (for shock standoffs)
1-N3033NA-R - Aluminum M3x3.3 locknuts

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Old 09-08-2019, 07:11 PM
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Hi all, just running a 2nd hand zx6.6 with gear diffs and centre diff, no idea what oils are in any of the diffs, however im running 6.5t and the car is a rocket and has the speed of the other cars. The issue is hard acceleration from corner to corner it balloons the front tyres instantly and i feel this is resulting in loss of forward acceleration as i get destroyed from corner to corner, everywhere else is all good. Is this an oil viscosity issue maybe in the centre diff? or possible something else. and am i right in saying that if the centre diff breaks away the drive front to rear alters hence the reason the front balloon up and just fry?? thanks.
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Originally Posted by TRFHORNET View Post
Hi all, just running a 2nd hand zx6.6 with gear diffs and centre diff, no idea what oils are in any of the diffs, however im running 6.5t and the car is a rocket and has the speed of the other cars. The issue is hard acceleration from corner to corner it balloons the front tyres instantly and i feel this is resulting in loss of forward acceleration as i get destroyed from corner to corner, everywhere else is all good. Is this an oil viscosity issue maybe in the centre diff? or possible something else. and am i right in saying that if the centre diff breaks away the drive front to rear alters hence the reason the front balloon up and just fry?? thanks.
Yes, if fronts are ballooning too much that's a sign of too thin of an oil for center diff. Oil in the center diff can vary from 10K to 500 000K, so don't be afraid to try
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