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Old 06-01-2010, 11:06 AM   #31
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I've been running the Spec R diff in my 416WE with good success. Nothing has broken. Small amount of leakage coming from the pulley area. I am happy with it. It's silky smooth, and easier to build than a ball diff.
If your getting some leaking issues you could use AE green slime to seal it a little better.
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Old 06-01-2010, 02:14 PM   #32
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Local Serpent agent got some gear diffs in. Good alternative if they stocking them again.
So far those using them swear by them for asphalt racing.
Will pick up one on Thursday.
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Old 06-01-2010, 03:09 PM   #33
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What are the dimensions of the shims you had to fit into the diff ( I have one on order and would like to get it right the first time)

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I had to sand the bottom of the housing flat again after the first shim collapsed. This allowed me to put a 0.5mm Tamiya wheel spacer behind the gear in the large half of the diff. Up the other end as it doesn't appear to be under the same load i've used 2 of the standard shims. I spaced the diff using 3 gaskets otherwise it is to tight and binds up.
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Old 06-03-2010, 11:25 AM   #34
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If you interest Spec R gear diff. ,
we can support with you !

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Old 06-03-2010, 11:35 AM   #35
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If you interest Spec R gear diff. ,
we can support with you !

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nothing for the cyclone TC?
I will try a differential gear for my Cyclone, but no one produces.
Spec R has no intention to produce it?
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Old 06-03-2010, 12:42 PM   #36
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+1 on Cyclone ... would love to try a Cyclone rear gear based diff ...

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Old 06-03-2010, 01:46 PM   #37
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I'm using Cyclone is from XRAY Front gear diff MOD.
& Cyclone X July release so maybe not fit !

Around monday had Driver cup for XRAY Gear diff to use in TOP , Trf416 & T2/3 !
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I'm using Cyclone is from XRAY Front gear diff MOD.
& Cyclone X July release so maybe not fit !

Around monday had Driver cup for XRAY Gear diff to use in TOP , Trf416 & T2/3 !

How can i get a version to work on the rear of a Cyclone ? (sport or TC) ...

I dont think the measure of the new Cyclone TCX would be different than actual TC ...
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this is my Cyclone gear diff used around 30 momths.
used NT1 front gear diff to MOD.
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this is my Cyclone gear diff used around 30 momths.
used NT1 front gear diff to MOD.


AMAZING !! and looks clean mod !!, i suck on mods ... can you more or less tell me parts and steps to build one ?, would love to try it !! ... do you liked v/s ball diff ?

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Old 06-03-2010, 04:20 PM   #41
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AMAZING !! and looks clean mod !!, i suck on mods ... can you more or less tell me parts and steps to build one ?, would love to try it !! ... do you liked v/s ball diff ?

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HK many peoples changed gear diff very long time !
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so we made some pcs with different oil for different traction to use ,
but in no traction track back to use ball diff !
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but composite gear too soft !
Top will mid of this month release LW smaller gear diff. ,
maybe can support many cars !
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this is my Cyclone gear diff used around 30 momths.
used NT1 front gear diff to MOD.
nt1 front Gear diff has 34T...oh not?
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nt1 front Gear diff has 34T...oh not?
Luppi you have to modify the gear diff to make it to work...
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Luppi you have to modify the gear diff to make it to work...
sure, I understand
I watched the Nt1differential
sorry x OT
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