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Old 06-29-2010, 01:04 AM   #151
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use Cyclone pulley !
& . can suport long life with you ,
in GP Car no problem on EP car same !

because had other co. made composite gear for NT1 ,
or smaller size gear will short life .
Is it possible to do this conversion ( with XRAY NT1 Gear diff) for xray t2'007?
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Old 06-30-2010, 12:00 PM   #152
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Anybody have tried to put Xray NT1 bevel and sattelite gears inside Spec-r Gear Diff???

Is this possible??

I really would like to use NT1 gear diff on my TRF416X for modified races... but I cant find pictures of the mod to TRF... I only got some images from T3 mod...

Thanks for any help...
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Old 06-30-2010, 12:33 PM   #153
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yes use 416 pulley mod. !
& next week have new for tamiya diff cup in NT1 rear gear diff to use .
Just a little thing....

For TRF416X I will need:

335050 Xray NT1 Rear Gear Diff x1
335072 x1 option LW (for height issues...)
53988 Tamiya 37T Ball Diff Pulley

Thats it??

I dont understand if I will need different diff cups to make it fit on TRF... if yes wich ones do I need? Part numbers??

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Old 06-30-2010, 01:12 PM   #154
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Just a little thing....

For TRF416X I will need:

335050 Xray NT1 Rear Gear Diff x1
335072 x1 option LW (for height issues...)
53988 Tamiya 37T Ball Diff Pulley

Thats it??

I dont understand if I will need different diff cups to make it fit on TRF... if yes wich ones do I need? Part numbers??

Regards
Rafael
If I remember correctly the ball end of your swing axle on a 416 is bigger than a Xray swing axle, so it won't fit in the drive cups as it is in stock configuration. I also don't think that there is a option for a larger drive cup with the NT1 gear diff. This could be a costly conversion, jmo.
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Old 06-30-2010, 01:20 PM   #155
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If I remember correctly the ball end of your swing axle on a 416 is bigger than a Xray swing axle, so it won't fit in the drive cups as it is in stock configuration. I also don't think that there is a option for a larger drive cup with the NT1 gear diff. This could be a costly conversion, jmo.
Right... I really would like to have metal gears on Spec-R Gear Diff... so all my problems end...

I will keep looking through this...

Thanks for help.
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Old 06-30-2010, 02:54 PM   #156
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The plastic gears are holding up pretty well, and extra packs of plastic gears are less than $5 each. I think in the long run the Spec R would still be cheaper.
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If I remember correctly the ball end of your swing axle on a 416 is bigger than a Xray swing axle, so it won't fit in the drive cups as it is in stock configuration. I also don't think that there is a option for a larger drive cup with the NT1 gear diff. This could be a costly conversion, jmo.
I think it's the other way around - ie swingshaft ballend on 416 is smaller than than T3. This means the 416 shaft will float around inside the T3 drive cup slightly. That may or may not cause issues. Otherwise, you might need the T3 uni's as well. And they aren't exactly cheap...
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Hey man double up on your gasket and buy some 0.15mm shims that kyosho make for the gas gear diff the part number is vz012 but the shims come with the gears as well so you might be able to buy them sepreate and if you build to what I said there is no mods and the diff will be strong as
Can you show us some pictures of how it looks like with shims and gaskets?? I am sorry but... where should I put the shims??? Inside of the housing??

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I think it's the other way around - ie swingshaft ballend on 416 is smaller than than T3. This means the 416 shaft will float around inside the T3 drive cup slightly. That may or may not cause issues. Otherwise, you might need the T3 uni's as well. And they aren't exactly cheap...
Thanks for the correction. It seems to me one of our guys tried that setup but didn't like the excessive free float of the mismatched parts.
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Come on RC MARKET, any alternative to mount a gear diff on the rear of a Cyclone TC or the new TCX ?

thanks

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Might have to run your car for the nats....
You may as well, it will be dust gathering that weekend, lol
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Got some new goodies in the mail today (no parts ) but a few things for nats testing
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Come on RC MARKET, any alternative to mount a gear diff on the rear of a Cyclone TC or the new TCX ?

thanks

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mod NT1 geardiff to fit HB cyclone...
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Anybody have tried to put Xray NT1 bevel and sattelite gears inside Spec-r Gear Diff???

Is this possible??

I really would like to use NT1 gear diff on my TRF416X for modified races... but I cant find pictures of the mod to TRF... I only got some images from T3 mod...

Thanks for any help...
why dont just use spec-r geardiff??
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Stronger bumper? I heard you're the bumper durability tester
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