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Old 08-20-2014, 10:09 AM
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Originally Posted by M.Gustafson
Going be running indoor on a tight hi-bite track this fall and winter. Thinking about trying a gear diff and wondering what diff oil to start with.
I run 5K on MED/high grip track..and it works like a champ. I tried lighter (2K) and it gave it too much on power steering for my liking..Went to 10K and it powered out of the hole like no tomorrow, but turn in/mid corner was too slow for my taste.

Also, replace the stock o-rings with Kyosho P-5's and the diff wont leak.
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Old 08-20-2014, 11:05 AM
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Originally Posted by skrichter
Anyone know where you can pick up these tire stacker/storage rolls?
I think they are these, click here. Looks like you have to purchase the ends separately.
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Originally Posted by skrichter
Anyone know where you can pick up these tire stacker/storage rolls?
I think those are just parts storage tubes you see in the tool section of Menards, Home Depot, Harbor Freight..
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Originally Posted by dski
I think those are just parts storage tubes you see in the tool section of Menards, Home Depot, Harbor Freight..
Dialed also offers some tire cans, only thing I don't like is they aren't transparent, so you need to dig out the tires to check the condition

http://www.dialedinc.com/misc.html


If you find the same ones as in the picture please pm me a link, thanks
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Originally Posted by skrichter
Anyone know where you can pick up these tire stacker/storage rolls?
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Hahah, thanks, I just found them in eBay too, don't see a website for that company thou, but atleast we found out where to get them
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These would probably work for buggy. I use their pan car version for my onroad tires.

http://www.lefthander-rc.com/catalog...oducts_id=2288


Looks like the menard's ones have a slot in the cap. I'm sure you could find similar around though.

http://www.lowes.com/pd_112933-37672...3294910&rpp=32

http://www.menards.com/main/tools-ha...480-c-9189.htm
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Originally Posted by MasiisaM
I run 5K on MED/high grip track..and it works like a champ. I tried lighter (2K) and it gave it too much on power steering for my liking..Went to 10K and it powered out of the hole like no tomorrow, but turn in/mid corner was too slow for my taste.

Also, replace the stock o-rings with Kyosho P-5's and the diff wont leak.
These?
http://www.amain.com/Kyosho-Silicone...nge-10/p166437
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Originally Posted by M.Gustafson
Yep...you're good to go.
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So how much difference will there be exotek rack vs TLR?
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Originally Posted by MasiisaM
Yep...you're good to go.
Thanks much
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Originally Posted by gticlay
So how much difference will there be exotek rack vs TLR?
About $11
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Originally Posted by M.Gustafson
Going be running indoor on a tight hi-bite track this fall and winter. Thinking about trying a gear diff and wondering what diff oil to start with.
You planning on running at Wingo this winter Mr. G?
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just bought jconcepts dirt webs & dirt tech inserts do I punch holes in the tires like shortcourse tires?? just rears or both or none?? Thanks
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just bought jconcepts dirt webs & dirt tech inserts do I punch holes in the tires like shortcourse tires?? just rears or both or none?? Thanks
I prefer holes in both front and rear.
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