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Old 03-18-2010, 02:29 PM   #1726
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How were you able to put 4 of them in your car??.............
two for steering and one with a mechanical speed control for forward, and one for reverse.. lol
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Old 03-18-2010, 02:51 PM   #1727
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Old 03-18-2010, 05:18 PM   #1728
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Default Quick roll cente holder plastic link

Does any one know if they have a T3 that does NOT have the moulded dot on the plastic link that is attached to the quick roll centre holder? See manual page 17.
We looked at four T3s tonight and two have the moulded dot and two do not.
The owners of the ones that do not have the dot were surprised and had not changed the part intentionally.
Now, there must be a good reason for this part to be 'uni directional' but I don't know what it is and what effect does it have if you use a standard rather than unidirectional part?

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Hi rx7 ,
tested gear diff. ?
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Old 03-18-2010, 06:22 PM   #1730
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Does any one know if they have a T3 that does NOT have the moulded dot on the plastic link that is attached to the quick roll centre holder?
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I have a late kit, and its non dot style, but it all works fine. As with anything they have been revising the plastics throughout the process. Mine haven't broken or anything silly. Not a ton of slop either, so I wouldn't worry about it to much


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tested gear diff. ?
Nope, I am building a jig at the moment . That's on the list of things to do. Its a long list since asphalt season is close.





An easier way for me to adjust weight for times like when I run a light weight body vs standard.

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Old 03-19-2010, 02:35 PM   #1731
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is the t3 better then the t2009 like overall grip and corner speed?


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is there t3 better then the t2009 like overall grip and corner speed?


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Now, there must be a good reason for this part to be 'uni directional' but I don't know what it is and what effect does it have if you use a standard rather than unidirectional part?
It is unidirectional because the hole on one side is smaller to prevent the link from popping off on impact.
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It is unidirectional because the hole on one side is smaller to prevent the link from popping off on impact.
Both parts are unidirectional, just V1 and v2 molds
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Old 03-19-2010, 04:29 PM   #1735
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How were you able to put 4 of them in your car??.............
I know he uses one for the front wheels and one for the rear wheels. The other two i have no idea
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hi guys

Apologies in advance if this question has been asked so many times, I've checked the cross reference for parts file in the xray website but couldn't get a definitive answer.

I have an 009 and I'm planning to move to 1.9 drive ratio and the shop here carries mostly t3 parts. My question is will the rear and front drive belts of the t3 fit in the 009 given that the 009 kit has already changed to a 38T pulley?

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I just measured the thickness of my T3 EU chassis where it is milled under the motor. It's only 0.5mm thick which seems way too thin to me. Pleavious Xrays I've had are 1.5 mm in this area. Can anyone tell me how thick theirs is so I can be sure I have a faulty chassis.
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tested gear diff. ?
A little understeer on carpet but very smooth and acceleration out is good. Only problem I had was getting everything lined up between the idler gear and the diff gear. Its a nice alternative to the ball diff, but not sure if its worth it, more testing required.
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A little understeer on carpet but very smooth and acceleration out is good. Only problem I had was getting everything lined up between the idler gear and the diff gear. Its a nice alternative to the ball diff, but not sure if its worth it, more testing required.
send me one for testing lol.
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