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Old 09-11-2008, 04:05 PM   #3736
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The 33 pinion wont fit in the LRP motor but the novak motor does I guess I have to switch to 64 pitch gearing then. Is there any other brand besides Xray spur gears I can use? Thanks again for the help guys

Noob question if 10.5 is 19t and 17.5 is 27t so WHAT is 13.5?
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The 33 pinion wont fit in the LRP motor but the novak motor does I guess I have to switch to 64 pitch gearing then. Is there any other brand besides Xray spur gears I can use?
RW, PRS, and Robinson spurs fit the 007, although the Robinson (and the non-Pro Touring PRS and RW) spurs don't have the motor screw access holes.
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EDIT: Upon further review, I think I may have a 90T 64 pitch spur gear, not 48 pitch. :?

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If I rember right 28-29 was the biggest pinion I could fit with a 90 48P spur.
PSOP 13.5 = 19T and 17.5=27T. I guess 10.5 is now a mod motor or a new class could spin off from it.
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Hey I just picked up a pre-owned 07, is there still part support for this car? Also what is the biggest differences between the 07 and the 08? Just getting back into the hobby, been gone for a few years.
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Hey I just picked up a pre-owned 07, is there still part support for this car?
Yes. Check StormerHobbies.com, nexusracing.com, amainhobbies.com, ashfordhobby.com, ampdraw.com, among others...
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Kimbrough spur gears work as well
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I second that, they're great guys to deal with too!

Guys, I just got my new replacement Chassis 2.5mm Graphite - Rubber-Spec.
To sand the sides, can you guys recommend what number sandpaper
grit I should use. I have from 200 to 1200 Grit, It's been a while since
I did my 007 EU! Thanks guys!
Nobody here can recommend what sandpaper grit I need to sand the
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I belive 500 to 600 would be fine not sure I use my dremal with a sanding bit...Later Drew
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I belive 500 to 600 would be fine not sure I use my dremal with a sanding bit...Later Drew
Thanks Drew, that's what I used tonight, the 500 grit! And put CA glue
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Old 09-12-2008, 09:09 PM   #3746
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My front diff is making some noise and sometimes it gets stuck/binds in the right side. Can this be open and what tools do you need? anyone knows a link on how to dissasemble t2 diff. Thanks (my diff is the one on the right pic)
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First, peel the two black plastic covers off the sides of the diff. Start at the top, use your fingernails to pry the one edge of the cover off by the teeth, then work your way around until it is off. Do the other side.

Look down the outdrive and find the side with the 2mm cap head screw. Insert the 2mm wrench, stick a hex driver shaft sideways in the other side outdrive, and unscrew the bolt all of the way. The diff will split in half. Clean the diff balls, rings, and pulley. Re-lube the diff balls, re-insert them in the holes in the pulley, re-assemble the diff in the reverse order. Snap the covers back on. Tighten the diff appropriately (so that it doesn't slip). This may require tightening after running on the track if it slips (whining noise while accellerating).

Look at the exploded view in the manual if you get stuck. You shouldn't need to mess with the c clip that holds the inner thrust bearings in.
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Thanks alot Joe
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Any sugestions of a good body out there besides stratus or mazda6 for asphalt track.
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