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Old 05-13-2011, 04:38 AM   #2206
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Before tring the putty ...try 500K oil If you are still diffing out try "difflock"
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Old 05-18-2011, 07:50 PM   #2207
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Anybody here got 17.5 T3 good start set up for the NorCal Track?
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Old 05-18-2011, 08:43 PM   #2208
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I ran a T3 10 there last summer for asphalt nats with the box set up and was very happy with it.
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Old 05-18-2011, 10:38 PM   #2209
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I ran a T3 10 there last summer for asphalt nats with the box set up and was very happy with it.
Thanks ....
Sound to me that alot of people using gear diff now day...
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Before tring the putty ...try 500K oil If you are still diffing out try "difflock"
i wonder if that will work
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Old 05-19-2011, 09:23 AM   #2211
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i wonder if that will work
I had 500k front diff and it is okay.is easy to drive , but it doesn't turn in harder like the spool...I perfer spool just my 0.2 cent
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Old 05-19-2011, 11:00 AM   #2212
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Anybody here got 17.5 T3 good start set up for the NorCal Track?
Just get there and set up your own shit!! Lazy ass!!!!!!
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Old 05-19-2011, 11:38 AM   #2213
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Just get there and set up your own shit!! Lazy ass!!!!!!
Not being lazy Jb ,I just wanted to make sure I have all the tune option springs and shock oil and spur gears ,before I get there...

ps beside ,claw back under TC6 where you belong...
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I ran a T3 10 there last summer for asphalt nats with the box set up and was very happy with it.
Been on the Tamiyas a while, and going well with them. Anyway decided to put my old T3 back together, old does not always mean slow, know what I mean? Box stock set up apart from MM450 oil all round. Med/high traction carpet the car was exactly as I remembered..outstanding.

Got a fortune for my 416X lipo conversion and bought a T3'11 conversion...

Problem is I can't fault the stock T3'10.

Really is it better, or is it a case of 'My new car is so much faster' new toy syndrome?

I'd like to hear opinions from folks who went from '10 to '11, some local drivers say its amazing, a couple actually regret selling their T3's
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Been on the Tamiyas a while, and going well with them. Anyway decided to put my old T3 back together, old does not always mean slow, know what I mean? Box stock set up apart from MM450 oil all round. Med/high traction carpet the car was exactly as I remembered..outstanding.

Got a fortune for my 416X lipo conversion and bought a T3'11 conversion...

Problem is I can't fault the stock T3'10.

Really is it better, or is it a case of 'My new car is so much faster' new toy syndrome?

I'd like to hear opinions from folks who went from '10 to '11, some local drivers say its amazing, a couple actually regret selling their T3's
I have to say I much prefer the way the car drives with the steering set up on the 11 compared the the T3 '10' not sure why though The car works great straight out of box. I keep thinking of trying the 417 but I then I think I won't go any faster so why change when the Xray works well
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417 flies, carries serious corner speed, but requires more from the driver to exploit the limits of the car..its made me a better driver. T3 is so easy to drive. Wasn't interested in the '11 purely because I don't like the way the electronics have to be laid out but got a Tamiya style steering mod on an Italian website so I'm going to fit that and the '11 conversion tomorrow and try it Tuesday. Must say I'm curious
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I need some help please. I just bought a T3 with a 10.5 with a tekin rs speed control I need a FDR starting point with boost
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I need some help please. I just bought a T3 with a 10.5 with a tekin rs speed control I need a FDR starting point with boost
I ran a 6.5 fdr last weekend with a 10.5 at an asphalt track that had about a 100-110 ft. straight. 114/33 and was very fast with boost. Motor temps were very low. Hope that helps.
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I ran a 6.5 fdr last weekend with a 10.5 at an asphalt track that had about a 100-110 ft. straight. 114/33 and was very fast with boost. Motor temps were very low. Hope that helps.
how did you set your TEKIN up ? if you dont mind telling me

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how did you set your TEKIN up ? if you dont mind telling me

thanks David
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