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Old 05-03-2005, 06:55 PM
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Originally posted by hurley081182
ko propo kr 302f (fm). its about the size of a quarter. i would have lots of room if the gt7's capacitor wasnt there.
pic of my setup. The top deck reciever isn't the cleanest look, but it is alot better than jamming it between the topdeck and servo.
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Old 05-03-2005, 09:29 PM
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Originally posted by pops
I solved that problem when running mod by putting the O-ring in the front cup and removing the o-ring from the rear cup. This allows the center drive shaft to sit deeper in the rear cup. The further out it sits in the cup, the weaker the cup is. You can use the Suzuki cups but they are much heavier than the plastic.
thanks pops, now that i read it i remember you posting this back on page 75 or was it 216, anyway i wasn't going back that far to find it. thanks again, going to change it now even though the sdw will become a stock class car . new bd will be the mod car.
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Old 05-04-2005, 02:40 PM
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any more news on the lcg conversion? anybody no of anyway that on this kit when it come sout how to stop stones getting into the gears?

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Old 05-04-2005, 02:42 PM
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Out in Japan on Friday, conversion rate makes it about 130 ish (over $200).
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Old 05-04-2005, 02:42 PM
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Originally posted by agower
any more news on the lcg conversion? anybody no of anyway that on this kit when it come sout how to stop stones getting into the gears?

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when I ran the alex 'Cuda with open diffs...I never had any problems with pebbles getting caught in the gears... I guess the gears are spinning so fast that they just bounce off of them.
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thanks, dan where are you racing this year? what series you doing?
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I will sell this CGM as a roller for $175.00. Stock shaft will be re-installed on it.

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selling a yok ssg sd with one way. graphite driveshaft two pairs of arms extra caster blocks only run on carpet very very clean car
asking $200 or trade for m8 with xxtra with 75mhz fm synthesized
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I have xray t1fk and yokomo mr4tc sd, and sometimes I feel to sell the yokomo because few friends of mine said negative things about yokomo.

Nevertheless I have make up my mind NOT to sell my mr4tc sd because it's more aggressive car than xray t1fk and trf415. The car has given me more trophies than t1fk.
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Hi everyone!

I 'm actually building the SDW kit and I'm preety impressed with the quality of the parts and materials especially compared to a TC4!
I was wondering about the drivetrain shimming is it ok to put 2 shims on the oposite side of the gear without stripping probs or is better to just take 1 shim off
At the moment I have 2 shims on the oposite side of the gear for the one-way and stock shimming at the rear but the drivetrain isn't really free...

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Hi everyone!

I 'm actually building the SDW kit and I'm preety impressed with the quality of the parts and materials especially compared to a TC4!
I was wondering about the drivetrain shimming is it ok to put 2 shims on the oposite side of the gear without stripping probs or is better to just take 1 shim off
At the moment I have 2 shims on the oposite side of the gear for the one-way and stock shimming at the rear but the drivetrain isn't really free...

cheers!
When you shim it, make sure that there is a very small amount of play in between the gears. Your other option is break-in the drive line with a stock motor, set on low volts, and let it run for a while.
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Originally posted by Tbevofreak
Hi everyone!

I 'm actually building the SDW kit and I'm preety impressed with the quality of the parts and materials especially compared to a TC4!
I was wondering about the drivetrain shimming is it ok to put 2 shims on the oposite side of the gear without stripping probs or is better to just take 1 shim off
At the moment I have 2 shims on the oposite side of the gear for the one-way and stock shimming at the rear but the drivetrain isn't really free...

cheers!
Shim to best mesh not by the number of shims. and with that car, the shimming may need to change because the diffs shift as you bolt down the bulkheads. Generally I will shim the input gear just like the instructions and fine tune the diff shims side-to-side with a shim kit. after the diff is mounted I'll check the fit and reshim if nes....
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Thanks guys for answering! I'll re-shim the drivetrain tomorow and I'll try to get a good 7-8 secs of free spin hopefully

This car is just beautiful I don't know if I'll be able to run it!

Is the stock spur a 99T or 95T? I seems to be a delrin, no?
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