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Old 03-08-2011, 09:12 AM   #706
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These are what Spec-R currently carries:

http://www.spec-r.com/specrr2/module...sort=1a&page=1
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Old 03-09-2011, 08:36 AM   #707
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Hi there,

Can the TCX gear diff fit the TC?

Also, can the TA05 gear diff fit the 501X buggy?

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Old 03-09-2011, 01:09 PM   #708
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Hi there,

Can the TCX gear diff fit the TC?

Also, can the TA05 gear diff fit the 501X buggy?

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Re the cyclone.. it fits but u need to shim it..
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Old 03-10-2011, 10:39 AM   #709
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Are there any gear diffs made for the Corally Phi

Thanks Tyler

That would be interesting...
Is there anyone who allready tried it.. or get's it fitted in the Corally ??
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Old 03-10-2011, 03:38 PM   #710
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Hi there,

Can the TCX gear diff fit the TC?

Also, can the TA05 gear diff fit the 501X buggy?

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I can confirm the TA05 gear diff fits the DB01... if the DB01 runs the same diff as 501X... they should fit...
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Old 03-10-2011, 06:25 PM   #711
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That would be interesting...
Is there anyone who allready tried it.. or get's it fitted in the Corally ??
Not sure what was used to make this work but it looks like these are 3 Racing Diffs on this Phi 09.

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Old 03-11-2011, 06:58 PM   #712
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k4mp4q, The FF03 Champion at TITC was running 300K[/QUOTE]

Ok thanks, but ff03 on titc were using brusless motor, will it be the same since i'm goin to use tamiya lightly tune brush motor...

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Old 03-12-2011, 12:02 PM   #713
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I can confirm the TA05 gear diff fits the DB01... if the DB01 runs the same diff as 501X... they should fit...
Think the 501X pulley is 37t, the same with 416 / 417.
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Old 03-12-2011, 12:57 PM   #714
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Anyone know where to buy from a secure online shop (preferrably hongkong) the Spec R gear diff for the 417?
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Anyone know where to buy from a secure online shop (preferrably hongkong) the Spec R gear diff for the 417?
I bought some at this SHOP
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That would be interesting...
Is there anyone who allready tried it.. or get's it fitted in the Corally ??
Wouldn´t TA05 gear diffs fit? They should in theory. The pulleys are aligned in a similar way (both pulleys on the same side of the spur gear).
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Old 03-13-2011, 10:01 AM   #718
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Hi there. Looking to order for my t3. New to EP.

Any suggestions for setup?

Do I run in both front and rear? Or just one or the other?

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Geez its hard to keep the oil from leaking on my spec r put Silicon on it and its still leaking at the pulley.. what are some of the sure fire ways to keep this thing from leaking.. from the pulley.

I have not put too much oil in it.. its kinda thick well for the rear.. 2000K..

The silicone set and when turning each end with my hands its leaking.. bloody thing. not leaking as much as with no silicone but still leaks..

It seems a bit hit and miss.. some ppl are saying they just put the thing together no silicone no sanding and no leaks.. WTF. wish I was in that boat.. the amount of times I have built this to get it right and not leak is crazy..

I know they leak a little.. like my NT1 but this is too much leaking.
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Geez its hard to keep the oil from leaking on my spec r put Silicon on it and its still leaking at the pulley.. what are some of the sure fire ways to keep this thing from leaking.. from the pulley.

I have not put too much oil in it.. its kinda thick well for the rear.. 2000K..

The silicone set and when turning each end with my hands its leaking.. bloody thing. not leaking as much as with no silicone but still leaks..

It seems a bit hit and miss.. some ppl are saying they just put the thing together no silicone no sanding and no leaks.. WTF. wish I was in that boat.. the amount of times I have built this to get it right and not leak is crazy..

I know they leak a little.. like my NT1 but this is too much leaking.
Are you using the new gasket and the new X-rings?

All my Spec-R geardiffs are almost not leaking at all. I sand the back of the gears (all of them), and when I tighten the screws, I do it in a cross-pattern, in order to get the pulley down evenly. I noticed the first time (when not cross-tightening) that the pulley wasn't sitting evenly.
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