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Old 08-14-2010, 04:33 AM   #451
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Spec-R X ring available now to prevent leaking ...

please visit KS Hobby now.!
are you sure those are the new version? seem rather spare parts for the original...
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YES , please let us know if this will fit in the 416 :-)

I want to use it for Mod !
I think it will fit, the 416X has 1mm wider spacing bulkheads than the Sakura, So all you have to I guess is to just shim the diff 0.5mm on each side of the bearings. I have ordered mine and will let you guys know soon.
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YES , please let us know if this will fit in the 416 :-)

I want to use it for Mod !
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are you sure those are the new version? seem rather spare parts for the original...
yes, its new o-ring which confirm by the factory...
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yes, its new o-ring which confirm by the factory...
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MOD. XRAY NT1 Rear Gear Diff. bester than 2 !
but little expensive than this 2 brand name .
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I have asked this before, but cud you please send me a link or part numbers to make a geared diff fit in a HB TC please.
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I have asked this before, but cud you please send me a link or part numbers to make a geared diff fit in a HB TC please.
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later !
maybe can MOD. 3 racing to Cyclone TCX
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Remember, to each of those staetments you need to add the suffix "...in 13.5"

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Which as we know is far from old stock now, and is near as quick as old brushed mod with the NG esc's, in fact a lot quicker than most with 10.5

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maybe can MOD. 3 racing to Cyclone TCX
Sorry, but could you explain a little clearer please

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I have asked this before, but cud you please send me a link or part numbers to make a geared diff fit in a HB TC please.
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later !
maybe can MOD. 3 racing to Cyclone TCX
Which car are you guys really asking for, TCX or TC?
I remember somebody here recommend to using 416 geardiff(37T) with tamiya trf416 front oneway pulley and cyclone TC belts.
The latest moment looks like is using Yokomo BD5 geardiff(40T) in that new chassis with Square aluminium oneway pulley, but not sure what kind of belts need.

About "old" TC, i still want to know which geardiff fits with which pulley, belts and center pulley, in fact i saw Square has released also 20 to 22T center pulley, maybe this is the solution, could anyone answer me, please?

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G'day guys,

Does anybody have a few tips for a Gear Diff beginner...

I am running an original TRF416 (not WE or X) and would love to try out one of the new Gear Diffs out in 17.5 if its worth it.

From what I can see there are a couple of brands, is that correct? Spec-R and another?

Also, was reading that 1000wt (shock oil) is recommended?

And there seems to be an issue with a shim moving or something of the sort.

Ben
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G'day guys,

Does anybody have a few tips for a Gear Diff beginner...

I am running an original TRF416 (not WE or X) and would love to try out one of the new Gear Diffs out in 17.5 if its worth it.

From what I can see there are a couple of brands, is that correct? Spec-R and another?

Also, was reading that 1000wt (shock oil) is recommended?

And there seems to be an issue with a shim moving or something of the sort.

Ben
Hey you can run spec-r,3racing,and photon with small mods and for the shims there is a small issue in the spec r diff with the shims failing but can be fixed.and for starting oil weight I would say min start 3000wt other wise there is to much offpower turn in and not a lot of onpower drive if to light in oil
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I have asked this before, but cud you please send me a link or part numbers to make a geared diff fit in a HB TC please.
Cheers Malc
Didn't Spencer have one in his TCX yesterday?
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G'day guys,

Does anybody have a few tips for a Gear Diff beginner...

I am running an original TRF416 (not WE or X) and would love to try out one of the new Gear Diffs out in 17.5 if its worth it.

From what I can see there are a couple of brands, is that correct? Spec-R and another?

Also, was reading that 1000wt (shock oil) is recommended?

And there seems to be an issue with a shim moving or something of the sort.

Ben
It's worth it. Get the Spec R diff for the 416 and run about 800-2,000 weight oil.
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It's worth it. Get the Spec R diff for the 416 and run about 800-2,000 weight oil.
Is this the stuff?

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