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Old 02-07-2011, 01:53 PM   #661
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I know it can be converted to 34/20, Do you know what belts I need to convert to 34/20?
Can it be converted to 38/20? If so, what belts.
Oh, I thought that the '008 had the same belts as the '009, but I can see that the '008 uses 38T/16T.
I think (but am not sure at all), that you can just use the T3 gear-diff (38T). I hope someone else can jump in here.
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Old 02-07-2011, 01:54 PM   #662
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Does anyone know if there is a SpecR gear diff that fits the XRAY T2 07?

There is a diff for "T2/T3" but it doesn't specify which T2 models it works with.
The T2/T3 geardiff is with a 38T pulley, so if your car has 38T pulleys, you should be able to use it.
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Old 02-08-2011, 01:34 PM   #663
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The T2/T3 geardiff is with a 38T pulley, so if your car has 38T pulleys, you should be able to use it.
Manual says I have 34T so I can't use it.
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Has anyone tried the Spec-R Gear-Diff for the TA05 and will it fit the TA05v2 chassis.

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Old 02-08-2011, 02:24 PM   #665
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I've been running the gear diff in the front of my T3 with 500k oil, and it works great. I haven't replaced the rear yet (ball diff is still smooth). It's given the car just a tiny bit more entry steering over the spool.
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Old 02-08-2011, 02:38 PM   #666
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Manual says I have 34T so I can't use it.
Oh okay - but Spec-R also did a 34T geardiff. That is what I use in my '009. Works great.

Spec-R 34T geardiff @ Demon Power Products
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Oh okay - but Spec-R also did a 34T geardiff. That is what I use in my '009. Works great.

Spec-R 34T geardiff @ Demon Power Products
Interesting, when I looked at the Spec-r website [http://www.spec-r.com/specrr2/module...index&cPath=7], I didn't find that diff. They offered only 37, 38 & 40T diffs [Xray was a 38T diff].

Doing the currency conversion, I get roughly 55 USD plus whatever shipping fee is charged. Just noticed, the 34T diff is out of stock.
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Interesting, when I looked at the Spec-r website [http://www.spec-r.com/specrr2/module...index&cPath=7], I didn't find that diff. They offered only 37, 38 & 40T diffs [Xray was a 38T diff].

Doing the currency conversion, I get roughly 55 USD plus whatever shipping fee is charged. Just noticed, the 34T diff is out of stock.
i think just have 38t for the time moment....

take a look at here
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Old 02-09-2011, 02:27 PM   #669
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Interesting, when I looked at the Spec-r website [http://www.spec-r.com/specrr2/module...index&cPath=7], I didn't find that diff. They offered only 37, 38 & 40T diffs [Xray was a 38T diff].

Doing the currency conversion, I get roughly 55 USD plus whatever shipping fee is charged. Just noticed, the 34T diff is out of stock.
The packaging doesn't say Spec-R, but it is. It says Atomic, but it is the same geardiff - but with 34T and another brand.
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Has anyone tried the 3 Racing gear diff in a Xray T2/T3? It sells for like twelve bucks cheaper than the Spec-R.
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Has anyone tried the 3 Racing gear diff in a Xray T2/T3? It sells for like twelve bucks cheaper than the Spec-R.
The drive cup may not fit the t2/t3 uj!
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Spec-r release titanium Pin to withstand the power of Brushless Mod motor.
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What am I doing wrong! LOL My buddy picked up 4 spec-r diffs for our 417's. All of the feel tight. Sanded all gears as well as extra on the two larger gears. Do I keep sanding the crap out of the?!?!. Talk about custom fit and finish if that's the case... maybe im a dum dum... Adding a second gasket fixes it but that shouldn't be needed. Yes they are the latest ones with the green gasket.

Thanks in advance for any help!

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sounds like you're tightening the screws down too much...
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What am I doing wrong! LOL My buddy picked up 4 spec-r diffs for our 417's. All of the feel tight. Sanded all gears as well as extra on the two larger gears. Do I keep sanding the crap out of the?!?!. Talk about custom fit and finish if that's the case... maybe im a dum dum... Adding a second gasket fixes it but that shouldn't be needed. Yes they are the latest ones with the green gasket.

Thanks in advance for any help!

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just run i them a couple of times and they will get smoother .. i just build mine today with the green gasket and the 0.2 shim and it feels a little tighter then my other 2 which where the ones with the TRF package .
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