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Old 05-28-2010, 10:30 PM   #2236
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So is it more beneficial to switch to two hole or just stick with the one holes?
If you took some time and went over to the Xray site they have nice little blurbs on every product they release and usually have descriptions of what they think these parts will do.

Like here

http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/pro...ole%20-%20Hard

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http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/pro...ole%20-%20Hard

I have found the 2 hole rear arms to be beneficial but have not tested the fronts as my LHS has no stock but should have soon.
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Old 05-29-2010, 12:56 AM   #2237
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If I wanted to purchase an extra rear suspension arm, could I purchase the two hole are or do I have to get the one hole arm? From the pictures it looks like the one hole slot is in the middle of the two hole slot. Is that true?
i have the front and rear 2 hole suspension arms and i use them all the tiem with great suscess

they are no longer then the standard ones from what i can see but the lower hole gives you more options for the shock positions
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where can these gear diff be ordered from?
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Old 05-29-2010, 05:59 PM   #2239
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Here you go. http://www.egrracing.com/shop/gear-d...8t-p-3825.html
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Ok I ran 7 packs through it yesterday and it performed flawlessly. I had to take it apart and resand the gears one more time as it was still a bit tight and after doing that, I ran with 500much more oil and it was silky smooth. I had no timing but the laptimes definitely felt quicker and the car stayed consistent all day.
Can you elaborate on where/ how you had to sand?
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Old 05-29-2010, 09:14 PM   #2241
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In the instructions it says to sand the backs of the gears. I just sanded them a bit more to make more clearance.
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Got the t3's rolling pretty good at the reedy race
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any word from xray as to weather they will release a gear diff for the t3 or only aftermarket ?????
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In HK also peoples is use NT1 Rear Gear diff !
because can support more power & long life.
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In HK also peoples is use NT1 Rear Gear diff !
because can support more power & long life.
does it fit ??

what oil is used with a solid front?? around 40-50K??
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Paul Lemieux wins Reedy, after seeing his car in the videos I want that setup lol
Congrats Paul
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Paul Lemieux wins Reedy, after seeing his car in the videos I want that setup lol
Congrats Paul
where are the videos ??
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Can you elaborate on where/ how you had to sand?
Sounds like it willl be the same as building a real cars diff...

get the heal "N" toe mesh of the gears correct (Mechanics will know what I mean)

Look foward to trying one
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where are the videos ??
Qualifying vids. . . . cant wait to see the finals ones
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does it fit ??

what oil is used with a solid front?? around 40-50K??
Don't even bother with the NT1 diff as you have to make a ball diff pulley fit it.

You can buy the SpecR one which is already made for the T3, all you need is to buy the diff and then also use 50mm CVD bones.

http://www.rabhobbies.com.au/estore/...p/cPath/62_348
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