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Old 04-17-2007, 09:50 AM   #2326
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Are there instructions on how to turn the Multi-Diff one way to a spool?? Is one better than the other. I am currently rubber, asphalt.
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Are there instructions on how to turn the Multi-Diff one way to a spool?? Is one better than the other. I am currently rubber, asphalt.
Yes, they should have come with the multi diff - http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/sho...p?file_id=2017

Most run the spool on asphalt with rubbers, as some tracks / organizations have banned one ways. Just keep extra blades in your parts box, spools eat them up.
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Old 04-17-2007, 09:59 AM   #2328
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Ok I just finished filing down the battery slots. God I hate doing that..

The battery fit in there perfect. When I put in those battery holder things they made the battery sit higher. I am using the battery brace to hold the battery in. Do I really need to use those battery holder things?
I don't use them but I also tape my batts in...
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The holders will keep your batteries inside your car if you get into a big crash... think of them as like a seat belt for your batteries!

Your batteries will thank you because they won't get ejected from the car!
Thanks Steve. So I guess I have to file down the holders too? Did you have to do this to yours?

And Mr Shookie. So if I tape my batterys in and not use the battery strap I dont have to use the holders. The tape really holds them in there that much better then the battery strap?
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I'm in the market for a couple spools. What are my options? I could go with the Multidiff, but it's big bucks and I don't plan on using the oneway configurations (though oneway might be making a comeback for carpet - see the type R thread).
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Yes, they should have come with the multi diff - http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/sh...hp?file_id=2017
Ok the instructions all say oneway or solid oneway, is there instructions for spool or are we talking the samething??
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Ok the instructions all say oneway or solid oneway, is there instructions for spool or are we talking the samething??
Same thing
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I'm in the market for a couple spools. What are my options? I could go with the Multidiff, but it's big bucks and I don't plan on using the oneway configurations (though oneway might be making a comeback for carpet - see the type R thread).
From Xray, either the multi diff or the Derlin Solid Axle
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Thanks Steve. So I guess I have to file down the holders too? Did you have to do this to yours?

And Mr Shookie. So if I tape my batterys in and not use the battery strap I dont have to use the holders. The tape really holds them in there that much better then the battery strap?
I don't have a problem without the holders but like Steve said....its a safety feature and should be used.....You can always trim a little off the holders to let the batts sit lower...just take your time with a Dremel and a sanding wheel.
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Its all prefernce....but if my pack went flying out I would put back those holders in a second...
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Ok the instructions all say oneway or solid oneway, is there instructions for spool or are we talking the samething??
Oneway is the multidiff without the little metal axle or the pin
Sold oneway is the multidiff with the little metal axle but no pin
Spool is the multidiff with the little metal axle and the pin
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I'm in the market for a couple spools. What are my options? I could go with the Multidiff, but it's big bucks and I don't plan on using the oneway configurations (though oneway might be making a comeback for carpet - see the type R thread).
http://nexusracing.net/product_info....f1413b224193f7

or if you think you will hit stuff...

http://nexusracing.net/product_info....f1413b224193f7

Neither uses blades so you won't go through them like butter....
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Old 04-17-2007, 11:04 AM   #2337
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I don't have a problem without the holders but like Steve said....its a safety feature and should be used.....You can always trim a little off the holders to let the batts sit lower...just take your time with a Dremel and a sanding wheel.
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Its all prefernce....but if my pack went flying out I would put back those holders in a second...
Ok Thanks.. I will just sand them down.
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Thanks.
It seems that for the TiR spool, I need the XRAY pulley that it bolts to. Correct?
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From Xray, either the multi diff or the Derlin Solid Axle
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It seems that for the TiR spool, I need the XRAY pulley that it bolts to. Correct?
Yes, they use the multi-diff pulley #305150.
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