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Old 08-17-2010, 06:07 AM   #466
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Tested 3 Racing Sakura Gear Diff. fit in TRF416 to use ,
price is lower & with bearing , silicone & Shim set !!


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Old 08-17-2010, 06:38 AM   #467
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Tested 3 Racing Sakura Gear Diff. fit in TRF416 to use ,
price is lower & with bearing , silicone & Shim set !!


http://rcmarket.com.hk/product_info....her7s3b02jtit4
3Racing site says this diff needs 3.5mm blades? Tamiya blades are 3mm...
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Old 08-17-2010, 07:32 AM   #468
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3Racing site says this diff needs 3.5mm blades? Tamiya blades are 3mm...
included 3.5mm baldes , later have spare for sale !
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Old 08-19-2010, 12:32 PM   #469
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Does the Sakura diff fit Xray T3?
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I couldnt wait to try mine and put some 55wt corally shock oil in it , it made the rear really loose on power

Is this due to the oil or is this one of the traits of the gear diff ???
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Old 08-19-2010, 12:52 PM   #471
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would a spec-r gear diff work in a mi-4. if so which one?
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Old 08-19-2010, 06:43 PM   #472
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I couldnt wait to try mine and put some 55wt corally shock oil in it , it made the rear really loose on power

Is this due to the oil or is this one of the traits of the gear diff ???
the oil is too thin....try 1000 or 3000 to calm down the rear...
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Old 08-19-2010, 10:44 PM   #473
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I couldnt wait to try mine and put some 55wt corally shock oil in it , it made the rear really loose on power

Is this due to the oil or is this one of the traits of the gear diff ???
you want 100 wt shock oil minimum. 1000-3000 cst as ks mentioned
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Old 08-19-2010, 11:39 PM   #474
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Tested 3 Racing Sakura Gear Diff. fit in TRF416 to use ,
price is lower & with bearing , silicone & Shim set !!
Mine should arrive today or monday, will try it back to back with the spec r next weekend. Have been very happy with the performance of the spec r but after only a few meets there is a lot of slop between the outdrive pins and the gears. Hopefully the 3r is just as good on the track but lasts longer
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Mine should arrive today or monday, will try it back to back with the spec r next weekend. Have been very happy with the performance of the spec r but after only a few meets there is a lot of slop between the outdrive pins and the gears. Hopefully the 3r is just as good on the track but lasts longer
you must sand behind the gear to have clearance 0.1 - 0.2mm to reduce the pressure to the pin. this will make it last longer...
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Can anybody tell me what the gasket is made of?

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Can anybody tell me what the gasket is made of?

Thickness?

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Looks like G10/G20, Industrial Insulator Material. Goes the same with the gears...
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Mine should arrive today or monday, will try it back to back with the spec r next weekend. Have been very happy with the performance of the spec r but after only a few meets there is a lot of slop between the outdrive pins and the gears. Hopefully the 3r is just as good on the track but lasts longer
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Old 08-23-2010, 02:50 AM   #479
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Hi Spec-R and anyone else that can answer this question

Well I managed to borrow a Spec-R diff from a buddy yesterday that has a Tamiya 416, to find out if it would fit my HB TC, it dropped striaght in, but the down side is, HB use a 39 tooth pulley, is there a 39 tooth pulley Spec-R make, as I could use Tamiya drive shafts in the rear to accomadate for the slots in the outdrives, but why o why cant Spec-R not make one for the HB cars, it surley cant be that difficult to make the outdrives accomodate the drive-shafts for the HB cars along with a 39 tooth pulley. In fact if you could supply a 39 tooth pulley, I could get the outdrives machined to accomodate the HB Litemodz CVS's

Spec-R please reply to this question.

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hope things are going good for you after your news. But all this hassle with TCs .Go out and buy a 1/12th car.
You get more track time 8 mins instead of 5 and save your self a bundle of dosh.
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