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Old 02-23-2009, 10:37 AM   #556
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Foam, but what about rubber to?
No help for foam. Rubber 17.5 Duo based motor 4.1 to 4.5 fdr @ 0 degrees timing for 70x36 tight carpet track. 4.5 to 4.6 for Vortex motors @ 0 degrees, and 4.8 for a Pulse @ 10 degrees.
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Old 02-23-2009, 11:04 AM   #557
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2.6 and 2.8 springs. It says 1.2 bars front and rear but I think the front bar is a 1.4, maybe.
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You could also measure the sway bars using a digital caliper.

So with 1.4 up front and 1.2 in rear... that is a lot of steering, is it not? I am new to Xray cars and I am someone that loves a lot of steering.
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Old 02-23-2009, 08:01 PM   #559
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You could also measure the sway bars using a digital caliper.

So with 1.4 up front and 1.2 in rear... that is a lot of steering, is it not? I am new to Xray cars and I am someone that loves a lot of steering.
I think he was just asking what comes with the kit, driver preference will be different I'm sure. I've been running a 1.6 in the front and a 1.3 in the back the car itself has lots of steering.
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The multi-diff can be converted to 008/009! Now the problem is finding a multi-diff for a 007 as well...

Any news on when more Multi-Diffs will be available from Xray?
Could someone tell how to convert the multi diff I have a 007 multi diff.

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Could someone tell how to convert the multi diff I have a 007 multi diff.

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Buy the 008 center and that will do it....
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I happen to have a nib 009 euro spec for sale if anyone is interested. It has never been opened and i will sell it for 490.00US.

Pm me if interested.

I already have one and love it. i just don't need both.
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Could someone tell how to convert the multi diff I have a 007 multi diff.

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I believe you can take a 1mm shim and put it between the main hub and the gear. I can't remember if it is 1 or 2mm.
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I believe you can take a 1mm shim and put it between the main hub and the gear. I can't remember if it is 1 or 2mm.
I used 1 MM shims but .75 MM will also work
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Do any of you guys know for sure if you have to run 50mm shafts w/the multi-diff or can you use the 52mm shafts?
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Thanks so much for the info!!!!

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Do any of you guys know for sure if you have to run 50mm shafts w/the multi-diff or can you use the 52mm shafts?
You can use 52mm shafts with the multi diff. When building the multi diff just don't use the black spacers in between the drive cup and one way bearing.
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does anyone know, Who may have a 100t spur gear for the 08/09 in stock ??
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does anyone know, Who may have a 100t spur gear for the 08/09 in stock ??
I probably have one in stock in my parts box....an RW spur. I plan to be at BCR this Saturday, swing on by. Have you run your car yet?
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cool see ya then, Sat should be it madin Voyage
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