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Old 12-16-2010, 01:27 PM   #346
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Old 12-16-2010, 01:28 PM   #347
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Mod up an NT1 diff, it's 100 times better than the Spec R and not that hard to do
100 times better.... wow the car must drive itself!

What is the cost of an NT1 diff vs Spec R? I have the Spec R and like it - however, I'd be interested in the NT1 diff for another car.
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what sizes pignion are most commenly used ?
I would like to end up with ratio between 4.5, 5.5, 6.5, 7
Just need to know what size pinion to buy ...
gear ratio = (spur teeth/pinion teeth)x 2.055 for the TRF416
is it (2.055)the same for TRF 417 ?
I believe TRF417 has an internal ratio of 37T / 19T = 1.9473.
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Old 12-16-2010, 02:34 PM   #349
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And exactly what would one need to do to make it to work?
The exact parts are listed in the T3 thread somewhere, basically you need a complete NT1 diff, a Tamiya pulley, and a way of cutting the inside out of the pulley cleanly

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is that for the xray?

have not heard of an NT1 gear diff for use on a tamiya.
It's the exact same conversion just with the tamiya 37t pulley instead of the xray 38, for the tammy you need another 1mm of shims

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100 times better.... wow the car must drive itself!

What is the cost of an NT1 diff vs Spec R? I have the Spec R and like it - however, I'd be interested in the NT1 diff for another car.
The cost is higher for the NT1 diff but the quality is much better. Mine hasn't leaked a drop and there is less backlash in the gears. I guess it will also mean you can run a lighter oil, not that I've tried, but that's a failing of the Spec R - anything lighter than 1000wt and it just leaks out
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*sigh*

Unexpected XMas bonus = TRF417. Just got my shipping notice from Speedtech. Now I need to figure it out before Snowbirds in a month.

Anybody else planning to run a 417 at Snowbirds?

I guess I need to get my 416WE and 416 ready to sell.
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*sigh*

Unexpected XMas bonus = TRF417. Just got my shipping notice from Speedtech. Now I need to figure it out before Snowbirds in a month.

Anybody else planning to run a 417 at Snowbirds?

I guess I need to get my 416WE and 416 ready to sell.
I plan on being there with a 416x and a 417.
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Old 12-16-2010, 05:13 PM   #352
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I plan on being there with a 416x and a 417.
Cool, same here. I guess my X will be the spare.

I wonder if Jilles is going this year?
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Cool, same here. I guess my X will be the spare.

I wonder if Jilles is going this year?
My guess is no since he just had a baby, but you never know. His car was amazing last year. I really wish I ran my 416 last year instead of running my 009'.
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Sorry if this has already been answered (I couldn't find it with a search), but are the body posts in the same position as the 416x?
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Sorry if this has already been answered (I couldn't find it with a search), but are the body posts in the same position as the 416x?
They are.

Syndrome the car is really good on carpet. I'll know more this weekend since I'll get to run good tires and a real race body. None of that TCS stuff!
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They are.

Syndrome the car is really good on carpet. I'll know more this weekend since I'll get to run good tires and a real race body. None of that TCS stuff!
Cool, definitely let us know what you think. It took me a while to come around to the X on carpet, it never really seemed to rotate like my WE could. But, it still does fine, and I think it's more consistent over a run than the WE.

My 417 should arrive in time for me to be gone for a week visiting family!
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Anyone knows any other brands of spur gears (48 and 64 pitch) that fit the new TRF417? I've tried the Kawadas and they don't fit.
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Xenon new spur gear !
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Correction..Kawada FITS!
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Correction..Kawada FITS!
What did you find a bigger hammer? (wahahaha)
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They are.

Syndrome the car is really good on carpet. I'll know more this weekend since I'll get to run good tires and a real race body. None of that TCS stuff!
Are you running foams or rubber? The only thing that concerns me is that foams and carpet really benefits from a stiff chassis (the original trf415 was epic with it's 3mm chassis) the 417 seems to be the opposite judging by it's description.
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Just got my 417, looking fwd to the build. Pretty quick postage for this time of year
posted Friday from Hong Kong, delivered to my door in Australia on Monday


Thanks RCMarket

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