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Old 02-19-2008, 08:56 PM   #1711
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Thanks Korey...As usual!
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Old 02-20-2008, 09:31 AM   #1712
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Right now I have the Futaba 9550 servo in my Phi cars. But, I was looking for a bit more speed and torque; so, I bought a JR DZ9000S to try. Only problem is that it does not fit.
What part does not fit? I have the new 9100S JR servo in my Phi and I do not have any problems!
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Old 02-20-2008, 08:53 PM   #1713
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What part does not fit? I have the new 9100S JR servo in my Phi and I do not have any problems!
The front end of the DZ9000S with the servo saver is 1/16-1/8" into the top deck when mounted. I would have to hack away quite a bit from the top deck to make it fit. The 9000 is supposed to have special gears. Maybe that is why it sticks out towards the front so much.

Thanks for letting me know about the 9100S. That may be an option; but, the Futaba BLS451 may win out too.

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Old 02-21-2008, 02:11 AM   #1714
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The front end of the DZ9000S with the servo saver is 1/16-1/8" into the top deck when mounted. I would have to hack away quite a bit from the top deck to make it fit. The 9000 is supposed to have special gears. Maybe that is why it sticks out towards the front so much.

Thanks for letting me know about the 9100S. That may be an option; but, the Futaba BLS451 may win out too.

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Bill, why don't you just add a 2 or 3mm spacer between the servo mount and the servo?
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Old 02-21-2008, 07:16 AM   #1715
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Where do you guys pack on all the weight to run lipo?

I needed 160 grams on the battery side just to balance the car.
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Old 02-22-2008, 06:56 PM   #1716
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How do you know whether you have the fine threaded or regular threaded diff nuts?

I need to order more and don't know which I have.

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Old 02-22-2008, 07:05 PM   #1717
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How do you know whether you have the fine threaded or regular threaded diff nuts?

I need to order more and don't know which I have.

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The newer kits had the upgrade. You should have the fine threads.
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Old 02-22-2008, 07:18 PM   #1718
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Tony,

That's what I figured but, looking at these makes me wonder. They don't look very fine.
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what page was that ultimate rubber carpet setup on?

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what page was that ultimate rubber carpet setup on?

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If you are running stock (up to the 13.5), the ultimate rubber carpet setup is Rob Michael's from 2007 IIC.
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Whats the difference between the silver and black spring kit?
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Whats the difference between the silver and black spring kit?
The black spring set contains the softer springs and the silver has the heavier.

For all my rubber setups, I only use conbinations of the black springs; so, I would not recommend buying the silver set for rubber. Silver springs may apply to some foam setups though.
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The black spring set contains the softer springs and the silver has the heavier.

For all my rubber setups, I only use conbinations of the black springs; so, I would not recommend buying the silver set for rubber. Silver springs may apply to some foam setups though.
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The older threads are flatter, not as deep. The newer threads are sharper, more pronounced. If you have the newer threads you would have to add an "A" to the end of the part number.
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The older threads are flatter, not as deep. The newer threads are sharper, more pronounced. If you have the newer threads you would have to add an "A" to the end of the part number.

Thanks for the info, I know which diffs I have now.
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