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Old 07-06-2010, 07:45 AM   #211
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Does anyone know who has a Spec R T3 diff in stock?

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Old 07-06-2010, 08:42 AM   #212
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anyone tried it on t2 008? does it fit? i changed mine to 1.9 internal.

what brand 1k diff oil are you guys using? i have team associated 1k diff oil. is this gonna work?

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Old 07-06-2010, 09:35 AM   #213
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Ask help of dimension x,y as photo?
It is gear diff for T3 38T, i want to use it in TC5R.
But i need to know both dimensions of x, y before i buy this.
x is approx 11mm and y approx 21mm.
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Old 07-06-2010, 09:38 AM   #214
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x is approx 11mm and y approx 21mm.
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Old 07-06-2010, 09:39 AM   #215
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Does anyone know who has a Spec R T3 diff in stock?

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I believed many shops in Hong Kong (KWS) has stock....
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Old 07-06-2010, 09:55 AM   #216
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I believed many shops in Hong Kong (KWS) has stock....
I don't believe, when i am looking for trf416, even rcmarket, egrracing and many others are out of stock.
Not only gear diff, but also spare gears and gaskets not all but in some shops, looks spec-r can't supply enough items.
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Old 07-06-2010, 10:08 AM   #217
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Old 07-06-2010, 10:36 AM   #218
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I wonder whether we can mod the NT1 gear diff to the 416? I would like to change the internal gears to metal base instead of nylon. Any1 can help?

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STLNLST: if you saw the inside parts on the spec-r you wouldn't wonder cheap cheap plastic and even the cross piece is plastic, should be metal pins. If I could find internals from another car that fit I would run it as the housing is good and small. I just can't trust it in mod, my head tells me it will blow lol. Besides we are only allowed to run xray parts on an xray, you've seen the lying setup sheets
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STLNLST: if you saw the inside parts on the spec-r you wouldn't wonder cheap cheap plastic and even the cross piece is plastic, should be metal pins. If I could find internals from another car that fit I would run it as the housing is good and small. I just can't trust it in mod, my head tells me it will blow lol. Besides we are only allowed to run xray parts on an xray, you've seen the lying setup sheets
All of the Tamiyas were running Spec R gear diffs at the Worlds; it can't be that bad in mod.
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I have run it with a 17.5, 13.5 ,10.5 and 5.5, no problems with it at all...

I thought the plastic gears looked cheap, and thought they would break, but they have not.
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All of the Tamiyas were running Spec R gear diffs at the Worlds; it can't be that bad in mod.
They also have great skill at driving cars smooth and not breaking parts.
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I am here to attest, If it will break, I will break it... and for the most part, even if it should not break, I will still break it.
Just ask the guys I race with ....

Not saying they will not break, but I think you have to work at it... or get a faulty part.

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They also have great skill at driving cars smooth and not breaking parts.
That and where did it say the diffs were bone stock? They could of been testing something new inside. Never know lol
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anyone tried it on t2 008? does it fit? i changed mine to 1.9 internal.

what brand 1k diff oil are you guys using? i have team associated 1k diff oil. is this gonna work?
anyone????
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