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Old 11-17-2018, 12:56 PM
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Could be suspension tweak or uneven droop.
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anybody have a problem with the diff leaking i run a race and diff oil leaking out ? rubber o ring is in
Could you have over filled the diff. Most are now using a small digital scale which helps get it correct and for repeatability also.

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Could be suspension tweak or uneven droop.
Thanks the shocks/sway is good to go but tomorrow Iíll check the droop, right on
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Could you have over filled the diff. Most are now using a small digital scale which helps get it correct and for repeatability also.

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...this could definitely be the case... thanks
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Randy of 1up gave a preview of some new suspension mounts along with the new DTCV2. Looks pro!
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Any pictures of the dtcv2 ???
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Any pictures of the dtcv2 ???
I posted a few shots on my FB page a couple weeks ago. Working hard to get the new parts released before Christmas!
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Ok.....Thanks....
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I know it was mentioned before, but I can't seem to find it. I know the x-rings are good for the shocks, but what are the best bladders?
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Originally Posted by Megatron328 View Post
I know it was mentioned before, but I can't seem to find it. I know the x-rings are good for the shocks, but what are the best bladders?
Yokomo BD8 bladders are a popular choice, those are fairly stiffer than stock bladders, good if you look for more rebound.
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Just received my kit on Saturday and have began building. When assembling the pullies, how are you gluing them?
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Old 12-24-2018, 03:41 AM
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Originally Posted by jpcopeland1 View Post
Just received my kit on Saturday and have began building. When assembling the pullies, how are you gluing them?
just a few dots of CA glue around, maybe use a pin to dispense.
Chamfered side to the inside.
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Ok. Thanks.
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recommended gear ratios for a medium sized CRC black carpet track? Will be running 17.5 TC. Will be going 64 pitch.
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recommended gear ratios for a medium sized CRC black carpet track? Will be running 17.5 TC. Will be going 64 pitch.
What motor?
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