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Old 07-09-2010, 02:46 AM
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great news, we manage to get 2 unit geardiff from supplier...

pls order before sold out again...

Spec-r Geardiff
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Old 07-09-2010, 03:16 AM
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Hey Kschu,

How long does it take to ship to the United States?





QUOTE=kschu;7647301]great news, we manage to get 2 unit geardiff from supplier...

pls order before sold out again...

Spec-r Geardiff[/QUOTE]
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Originally Posted by mike ivy View Post
Hey Kschu,

How long does it take to ship to the United States?





QUOTE=kschu;7647301]great news, we manage to get 2 unit geardiff from supplier...

pls order before sold out again...

Spec-r Geardiff
its depend on wat shipping u choose.

airmail - 6-12 days
ems - 2- 4days

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Hey Kschu,

Cool, thanks for the info, much appreciated.



QUOTE=kschu;7647445]its depend on wat shipping u choose.

airmail - 6-12 days
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thanks[/QUOTE]
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Originally Posted by kschu View Post
great news, we manage to get 2 unit geardiff from supplier...

pls order before sold out again...

Spec-r Geardiff
I just placed an order for the 416 gear diff. I believe I took the last one. I also purchased the C.V. Universal Swing Shaft for TRF416. Can't wait to try these out.

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thanks for your purchase dude..

trf416 geardiff sold out again....
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Originally Posted by kschu View Post
thanks for your purchase dude..

trf416 geardiff sold out again....
No prob dude

My wife and I spent our honeymoon at the Kota Kinabalu Rasa Ria resort. When we make it back to your paradise we'll make sure to check out the local RC scene.
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Had another successful day running the Spec-R diff on asphalt. I had two diffs running this weekend in two different XRay T3s. I ran 500 cst along w/ a 10.5 DUO 2 motor, and 600 cst w/ a 5.5 Speed Passion V2 motor. I think I liked the way the 500 cst felt better -- and will probably try 400 cst next outing.

The plastic gears, pins and out drives still look very good. Bravo!
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first time out last week with my new car and gear diff.....i run 10.5 and tried losi 80wt with great results.....just put 1500 in it to try.....will also try 1200 and 800....
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Originally Posted by double_green View Post
No prob dude

My wife and I spent our honeymoon at the Kota Kinabalu Rasa Ria resort. When we make it back to your paradise we'll make sure to check out the local RC scene.
cool dude, u been here before...

Shangri-La's Rasa Ria is 5 star resort! very expensive...
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we manage to source another 2 pc Geardiff for 416 !
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Got mine on order.... Finally :-)
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what r the reasons for everyone switching to the gear diff what r u guys actually seeing? is there more steering there better stable car? whats going on??
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Originally Posted by Ultraspeed84 View Post
what r the reasons for everyone switching to the gear diff what r u guys actually seeing? is there more steering there better stable car? whats going on??
many people want to run them because they don't think they will have to rebuild a diff. i think they can actually be a performance advantage. when running faster motors it is easier to put down the power. no mater what type of motor your running, you can put such a light oil in the diff, that the car gains rotation because the diff is so free.
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I was nice to be able to run a 7.5 motor all day and never have any slip in the diff while having it feel perfect. 700wt oil felt really good.
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