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Old 02-28-2011, 04:37 PM   #1591
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if it was twitchy midcorner to exit on power going to 1-2k would make it less twitchy.
Thanks...need to get some 1 and 2k diff oils.
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Old 02-28-2011, 04:54 PM   #1592
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Does ANYONE have a SPEC R diff in stock?!
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Old 02-28-2011, 04:56 PM   #1593
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nope they are out of stock
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For those guys that have tested the gear diff did you find you changed your setup some to get the right feel. I just got mine and only had 3k oil to put in car rotated threw corners nice but was very twitchy....would going to the 1-2k oil smooth it out or make it worse.

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Doug I ran NT1 gear diffs front and back at the 360 race this weekend, 2k in the rear and 200k in the front. No setup changes and the car felt pretty good, or at least Paul thought so, or at least nothing requiring a real extreme change.
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Old 03-01-2011, 01:43 PM   #1595
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anyone know where i can get the flying fox alum outdrives, both 50mm and 52mm, i have an order in with flying fox direct but have not heard anything back???
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anyone know where i can get the flying fox alum outdrives, both 50mm and 52mm, i have an order in with flying fox direct but have not heard anything back???
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If you dont want to use the Xray alumn adapters then try Mike Hanulec at side piece racing. He is having some made that I have heard good things about and I think they are for the xray.....but not 100% sure. I have been using the alumn xray ones and not had any issues at all. Blades last forever in them and no chance of breaking like stock plastic pieces.

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The Flying Fox ones are better in every way

Check your mail today, Paul from Flying Fox has been working crazy hours lately so that probably explains why you haven't heard anything
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Old 03-01-2011, 03:58 PM   #1598
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Very cool!....... Because I had both sets on order too!
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If you dont want to use the Xray alumn adapters then try Mike Hanulec at side piece racing. He is having some made that I have heard good things about and I think they are for the xray.....but not 100% sure. I have been using the alumn xray ones and not had any issues at all. Blades last forever in them and no chance of breaking like stock plastic pieces.

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If they are released? order the Side Piece adapters...the Photon version are freakin' great.
very nicely made..held one this past saturday....good quality.
ohh as a side note I do believe they are..Made in the USA!
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anyone know where i can get the flying fox alum outdrives, both 50mm and 52mm, i have an order in with flying fox direct but have not heard anything back???
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Very cool!....... Because I had both sets on order too!
got in contact with flying fox, orders are on the way, they have had some shipping issues . . .thanks flying fox!!! can't wait till they get here!!!
my new ECS's are waiting!!!
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got in contact with flying fox, orders are on the way, they have had some shipping issues . . .thanks flying fox!!! can't wait till they get here!!!
my new ECS's are waiting!!!
I use the flying fox outdrive they great strong but just have plenty of clips on hand as you still will wear them out in two meets in mod.and you can run 50mm shafts with out the out drives splitting apart like X-rays and atomic do.
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What is the part number for the optional one piece rear suspension holder that helps prevent chassis damage? trying to order from work.
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What is the part number for the optional one piece rear suspension holder that helps prevent chassis damage? trying to order from work.
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Does anyone make optional belts for the t3, maybe that last a bit longer? I just replaced the front belt and it had really left a lot of belt material in the pulley teeth.
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