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Old 08-12-2007, 12:38 PM   #361
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Found this on KOPropo's website...

http://www.kopropo.co.jp/pdf/VFS-1C2forTA05MS.pdf
I don't get what they are trying to show in the pictures... Can't read Jap words/letters...
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I think they are trying to show the best routing for the servo wire...
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Old 08-12-2007, 02:31 PM   #363
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I think they are trying to show the best routing for the servo wire...
oh okay... but for me, it is not the best route for the servo wire...
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Old 08-13-2007, 06:04 AM   #364
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building process last saturday. will follow the whole kit next time.
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Old 08-13-2007, 09:27 AM   #365
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Wow, you used your Platitos for your parts bag... Hahaha... Nice one bro... Never did think of that... Hehehe...

Ei, just tried my kit, and good thing I didn't encounter any problems with any thing with/in the kit... I don't hear any quack or anything similar to it... Btw bro, can I just ask, if you say 2 secs delay of slip in the ball diff, do you mean it literally 2 secs??? Just want to know...
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Old 08-13-2007, 09:54 AM   #366
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a baking pan for cupcakes also works well for separating out parts during the build process.
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Wow, you used your Platitos for your parts bag... Hahaha... Nice one bro... Never did think of that... Hehehe...

Ei, just tried my kit, and good thing I didn't encounter any problems with any thing with/in the kit... I don't hear any quack or anything similar to it... Btw bro, can I just ask, if you say 2 secs delay of slip in the ball diff, do you mean it literally 2 secs??? Just want to know...
yah platitossssss.. my mom is looking for our platitos.
not literally 2secs.. it's just that when if i pull the trigger to full it's has some slip, but now its gone. if you're not satisfied with you balldiff change your grease like to reduce slip but with freeness.
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Old 08-13-2007, 11:03 PM   #368
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yah platitossssss.. my mom is looking for our platitos.
not literally 2secs.. it's just that when if i pull the trigger to full it's has some slip, but now its gone. if you're not satisfied with you balldiff change your grease like to reduce slip but with freeness.
Hahaha... Now you're dead with your mom...

How will I know if my ball diff has any slip??? Mine stops when I push on the breaks (after pushing the trigger to full throttle while kit is on the air) at below .5 milliseconds... Is this okay??? But not seconds though...
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Hahaha... Now you're dead with your mom...

How will I know if my ball diff has any slip??? Mine stops when I push on the breaks (after pushing the trigger to full throttle while kit is on the air) at below .5 milliseconds... Is this okay??? But not seconds though...
its good if its not slipping.. try to rotate the one rear wheel and feel if its hard or free to rotate.. mine is very free. the freeness is like a gear diff feel if you will rotate the wheel and has no slip,.. if it feels hard/tight to rotate then you might tightened it too much. the car will like understeer maybe.. so try to manage the freeness without slip (or minimal slip).
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its good if its not slipping.. try to rotate the one rear wheel and feel if its hard or free to rotate.. mine is very free. the freeness is like a gear diff feel if you will rotate the wheel and has no slip,.. if it feels hard/tight to rotate then you might tightened it too much. the car will like understeer maybe.. so try to manage the freeness without slip (or minimal slip).
when you say slip, what do you really mean by this??? I don't get it... Hehehe... Noob questions...

But I can turn it with just about maybe less than 20% - 15% of my strength... Will this do???
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Hey, just re-assembled by diffs at the rear and I tightened the diffs just as far as where I could go with the turn... And now it is smoother than before... Hope I get this time it right...
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Old 08-14-2007, 02:49 AM   #372
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I always use that tool when i rebuilt my diff. It`s very handy.

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I always use that tool when i rebuilt my diff. It`s very handy.

http://www.racingfactory.fi/shop2/ca...2_0608_1f7.jpg
What kind of tool is that sir and what does it do??? What I mean is how do you use it???
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i saw this on the 415 thread. i will try this one....
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What kind of tool is that sir and what does it do??? What I mean is how do you use it???
That tool is your help to make diff properly... is it slip or not. You just lay down your diff (both outdrives) to that and then check it.. wright

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