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Old 05-27-2003, 02:00 PM
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MO told me how to make a spool and i made one for the main but i used my own sandpapper and it made a big differnce. THANKS MO! see you guys this weekend
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so...how do you make the spool? do you remove all the bearings and balls, and replace the metal diff rings with the sandpaper?
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Old 05-27-2003, 03:40 PM
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Just remove all the balls and place the sandpaper disks over the top of the diff rings, with the rough side pointing towards the gear.
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I have another alternative for CVDs...the Hardened cvds from the MR4TC will fit....front and rear...the front bones are about 3-4mm longer than the stockers, but since the stock ones were only about 3mm inside the outdrive it still is only about half the way into the outdrive....everything fits perfect...and they seem to weigh slightly less than the stockers...not aluminum light..but much stronger.
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I hadn't though of running a spool in front, does it push very badly?
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it pushes a little off power but it has the onpower steering of a oneway
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Old 05-27-2003, 08:43 PM
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Cool, I thought Yokomo offered a spool, am I wrong?
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not that I know of yet. Just get the losi pads, they sell for a couple bucks and work fine
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Old 05-28-2003, 01:23 AM
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the spool feels good but im going try the one way on friday
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Anyone notice that the Black SD will be available in Japan at the end of this month? Just curious. Anyways, ran my SD again today. Felt pretty good. But still didn't try the rear shock deal yet. I might this weekend. I'm too comfortable with my setup right now to change it. But I guess that's the only way to get the most out of my car is to try different setups and different things. Blah blah blah, let me head out...
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Just finished making my spool, I made the pads myself by gluing sandpaper onto the stock pads, will post pics later.
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Hi Guys,

We should have the one-ways and the center graphite shaft in stock soon (Tomorrow or Friday). Also, we have the Rayspeed springs coming in as well. There are four tensions. I'm also working on bringing in hop-ups from Japan for the MR-4TCSD, I'll keep you guys posted

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Originally posted by KilRuf
Anyone notice that the Black SD will be available in Japan at the end of this month?
The Black SD Carbon stuff will be available on the 29~30th to be exact

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Hi guys,

Ive just browsed through the SD parts list.... What is part SD-641T (One-way
housing) for? Is it just a spare part for the one way 640T or do I need both parts when using a one-way.

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