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Old 11-23-2016, 10:09 AM
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Originally Posted by BigChris in PA View Post
Wonder if the hole pattern in the chassis allows you to "flip" the center diff 180 and run the front driveshaft in the rear and the rear driveshaft in the front for the purpose of mounting the motor to the front instead of the rear as a tuning option. I see that chassis brace in the "way" but who knows.....

I'm saying this because they designed in the option of mounting the rear shocks fore or aft on the rear arms, perhaps they thought this in since the motor is the single biggest ballast in the car..........
I think it allows you to shift the center diff front or back for weight bias, front for high traction and back for low traction.
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Its interesting that design features of the b6 like movable rear tower/rear camber block to gearbox design werent carried over to the 64
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Old 11-23-2016, 10:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Lunchie View Post
Its interesting that design features of the b6 like movable rear tower/rear camber block to gearbox design werent carried over to the 64
Rear tower looks like it will be movable from front to back of the mount. Rear arms have captured shock mounting positions front and back of the arm
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Old 11-23-2016, 10:19 AM
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Originally Posted by Jmuck69 View Post
I think it allows you to shift the center diff front or back for weight bias, front for high traction and back for low traction.
It would be cool if instead of optional driveshafts (xray), if you just switched the driveshafts front to back.


Another note, it looks as if the rear arms are symmetric i.e. they could be on either the L or R side. I wonder about the fronts.
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Old 11-23-2016, 10:27 AM
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Originally Posted by racer1812 View Post
Anybody notice the B5 ball cups, which are labeled L and R, are on the opposite sides when used on this car? I'll assume it has to do with the geometry....Or they just slapped them on for pictures, who knows.
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according to Cherry who has had good info on this car it will come with gear and slipper center diff.
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Originally Posted by racer1812 View Post
Anybody notice the B5 ball cups, which are labeled L and R, are on the opposite sides when used on this car? I'll assume it has to do with the geometry....Or they just slapped them on for pictures, who knows.
Assuming they will use the B6 style ball cup in which case the R will be right and the L will be on the left. The B5 and B6 are opposite from each other...

Edit: aeRayls already covered this... I should read more before hitting the reply button.
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The car will have the B6 Ballcups, Asso mentioned in one Facebook comment to another user.
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Again, these are the prototype pics and could have made some tweaks to the final design. If they release the full product page tonight, it will answer a lot of questions.
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Originally Posted by BRSracing View Post
according to Cherry who has had good info on this car it will come with gear and slipper center diff.
you mean like a slipper/gear diff combo similar to the durango dex410v5
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you mean like a slipper/gear diff combo similar to the durango dex410v5
You're honestly about the only person I know that runs Durango 1/10 stuff..well there's this one guy I know, and he's not real good..actually,,he's pretty bad, well.....o.k..he sucks, but that's him not the car.

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Assuming they will use the B6 style ball cup in which case the R will be right and the L will be on the left. The B5 and B6 are opposite from each other...

Edit: aeRayls already covered this... I should read more before hitting the reply button.
Actually it helps because I've got the B6d, it doesn't use the off set cups. I didn't know the B6 did, or that they were opposite the B5.
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I hope it does not have the diff/slipper assembly in it. I never cared for it on my dex410.
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Originally Posted by BRSracing View Post
according to Cherry who has had good info on this car it will come with gear and slipper center diff.
SADLY...that pot smoking flower child hippy does usually have correct info.
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