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Old 04-19-2010, 09:13 AM   #16
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Anybody used ball differential b4? Wat are the noticeable differerences? is ball one lighter? but i heard tat tiny sand can get into the ball bearings of the ball differential. . .
not sure why this thread is even in the "On-Road" section, or why so many of the responses are relative to their on-dirt experiences.
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Old 04-19-2010, 08:55 PM   #17
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I wonder also to having a gear diff, but unfortunately there's no for Cyclone.
Could anybody tell me how could create 1 when it doesn't exist genuinely in the chassis?

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I wonder also to having a gear diff, but unfortunately there's no for Cyclone.
Could anybody tell me how could create 1 when it doesn't exist genuinely in the chassis?

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I believe someone on the forum once used a gear differential from an RS4 Nitro. Its got the right size 39 tooth pulley; just requires some shimming.
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I wonder also to having a gear diff, but unfortunately there's no for Cyclone.
Could anybody tell me how could create 1 when it doesn't exist genuinely in the chassis?

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great question, would like to know as well!
Anybody?
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I wonder also to having a gear diff, but unfortunately there's no for Cyclone.
Could anybody tell me how could create 1 when it doesn't exist genuinely in the chassis?

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A company called SPEC-R has a gear diff for the 416 won't that fit?
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A company called SPEC-R has a gear diff for the 416 won't that fit?
Search gear diff in the T3 thread. RC Market, I believe, gave a step by step and a parts listing.
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I believe someone on the forum once used a gear differential from an RS4 Nitro. Its got the right size 39 tooth pulley; just requires some shimming.
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great question, would like to know as well!
Anybody?
In fact i saw that picture of "Marcos J" use rs4 nitro with 4 thicky spacers.http://www.rctech.net/forum/6174329-post17126.html
But that of "RCmarket" are fit, but not sure what diff is that.
http://www.rctech.net/forum/4528835-post12621.html

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A company called SPEC-R has a gear diff for the 416 won't that fit?
Not, 416 use 37T pulley, how could fit Cyclone which use 39T?
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In fact i saw that picture of "Marcos J" use rs4 nitro with 4 thicky spacers.http://www.rctech.net/forum/6174329-post17126.html
But that of "RCmarket" are fit, but not sure what diff is that.
http://www.rctech.net/forum/4528835-post12621.html


Not, 416 use 37T pulley, how could fit Cyclone which use 39T?
416 & Cyclone same can use NT-1 gear diff !
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Hi Im a fan of the gear diff after using one in a serpent s400 it had a great feel to the car the only thing is there got more mass then a ball diff and the gear diff is harder on belts but if I could get a gear diff for my t3 I would
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http://www.redrc.net/2010/04/spec-r-...416-gear-diff/
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Ok this thread is already talking about diffs., gears etc.
I have always run diffs. front and rear.I just bought a car with spool up front.
What the heck is a spool?I have an idea but not 100% sure.
I have always driven with the diffs.
What can I expect as far as the way the car is going to handle.
Am I gonna need to change my driving style?
I have aT-2 009 rubber car 10.5 brushless.
Smallish track..

regards cheers and all that rot jimmy.p.
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416 & Cyclone same can use NT-1 gear diff !
Same 1 on both cars?
But 2 cars are using different number of teeth of diff pulleys?
If really is, how many teeth exist in pulley of NT1, could someone answer me, please?
Then which diffs, i guess should be rear 1, isn't it?

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Same 1 on both cars?
But 2 cars are using different number of teeth of diff pulleys?
If really is, how many teeth exist in pulley of NT1, could someone answer me, please?
Then which diffs, i guess should be rear 1, isn't it?

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NT1 stock is 40 (or 41, in any matter its too big) teeth. You have to machine the outer gear off the NT1 and then adapt a stock diff gear to attach to the inner NT1 assembly.
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NT1 stock is 40 (or 41, in any matter its too big) teeth. You have to machine the outer gear off the NT1 and then adapt a stock diff gear to attach to the inner NT1 assembly.
What?
Machinizing by myself, not everyone can do that!

Then how about of that 1 of HPI RS4 nitro, has it got 39T pulley?

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I believe the new Team Magic G4RS has small front diffs with a 33t pulley or there abouts.
The Serpent gear diff is perfect though only downside is you cant find any.
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What?
Machinizing by myself, not everyone can do that!

Then how about of that 1 of HPI RS4 nitro, has it got 39T pulley?

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I did mine on a drill press with a exacto knife, just be very, very careful.
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