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Old 04-01-2011, 01:23 AM   #1876
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Martin Hudy said xray will have a gear diff "soon" that won't leak and will allow the use of the 52s. Who knows when that will be available tho
I am looking forward to these coming out.
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Old 04-01-2011, 02:42 AM   #1877
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Converted NT1 diff? Can use ori 52mm shaft of still need to change to 50mm? How about the internal parts? Plastic?
been using the converted NT1 diff for the past few months. works like a charm, no issues.

you will need 50mm shaft.

you can use metal internals, just use 2 smaller bevel gear instead of 4, and use aluminum cross shaft instead of steel... lightens up the entire gear diff
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Old 04-02-2011, 03:01 AM   #1878
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been using the converted NT1 diff for the past few months. works like a charm, no issues.

you will need 50mm shaft.

you can use metal internals, just use 2 smaller bevel gear instead of 4, and use aluminum cross shaft instead of steel... lightens up the entire gear diff
So does the nt1 diff fit straight in without modification and if not what exactly did you need to do to it ? What I mean is the gears and cross shaft whare did they come from. Sorry to ask a lot of questions just want to get it right.
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Old 04-02-2011, 03:35 PM   #1879
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So does the nt1 diff fit straight in without modification and if not what exactly did you need to do to it ? What I mean is the gears and cross shaft whare did they come from. Sorry to ask a lot of questions just want to get it right.
There is a lot of modification needed. It has been covered several time in this thread, I don't have the exact post #'s, but if you search this thread you should be able to find a couple write ups about it.
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Old 04-02-2011, 03:45 PM   #1880
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Cheers mate but I had a quick look for just the diff for the NT1 and its over 50.00 and would still need to change the dogbones to 50mm. Spec R also do one thats cheaper so may try that.
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Old 04-02-2011, 05:23 PM   #1881
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what fdr are you guys running for Team Xpress10.5 brushless on rubber tire with a 96 spur,what pinion?
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Old 04-04-2011, 11:15 AM   #1882
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I will be running on a medium sized track with medium to dusty surfaces (asphalt parking lot) under tropical weather where temps area above 30deg celsius. My equipment is the LRP TC Spec v2 mated with an x12 octa 5.5T motor and LiPo 6200 battery. Keeping the stock spur, what would be a good starting point for a pinion/spur?

Second question,

Some of the racers here have retrofitted two gear diffs (I assume they are taken from the NT1 platform) and fitted them into the T3. This gear diff option seems to be the rage nowadays with zero to little maintennace. Would a 5.5T motor be overkill for the ball diff? How long would the ball diff last before it needs to be taken apart for routine maintennance? We race generally 3 qualifiers, two heats and one finals for about 40+ minutes of racing in a single day. Would the ball diff be a disadvantage on a asphalt parking lot track?

Third and final question,

I had a chat with a fellow racer and he mentioned that the LRP cooling fan will offset the weight of the T3 and making it a bit heavier on the motor side. I have the option of attaching this fan to the X12 motor but havent really tested the setup with the fan. How would we balance the car to have equal weigth distribution from left to right?

Is the LRP fan supposed to be mounted from the back? the top or the front? Most racers here attach the fan at the back of the motor, but I thought the cooling air was supposed to flow through the motor fins?
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Old 04-04-2011, 11:56 AM   #1883
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i am thinking about doing the servo mount mod. Basically all i would have to do is get a 26mm turnbuckle and drill out new mounting holes??? I am using the Futaba 9551
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Old 04-04-2011, 02:15 PM   #1884
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XRAY released new option parts !!
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Old 04-04-2011, 02:37 PM   #1885
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Come on Xray its a gear diff we want not silly alu option parts replacing bits that dont brake.
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Come on Xray its a gear diff we want not silly alu option parts replacing bits that dont brake.
Just out of curiosity, what would the advantage of having an Xray gear diff as to apposed a r-spec gear diff? I use r-spec gear diff, but what would I gain to get an xray if they choose to produce one?
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Old 04-04-2011, 03:06 PM   #1887
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Just out of curiosity, what would the advantage of having an Xray gear diff as to apposed a r-spec gear diff? I use r-spec gear diff, but what would I gain to get an xray if they choose to produce one?
I imagine it would hold it's fluid for more than 1 weekend.
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I imagine it would hold it's fluid for more than 1 weekend.
Now thats funny
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it would be three times the price im sure. what is the advantage to running a gear diff or diffs ?my car works just fine with a spool and ball diff.
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Old 04-04-2011, 03:49 PM   #1890
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I imagine it would hold it's fluid for more than 1 weekend.
Love it

Also I am a Xray hoare and proud of it
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