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Old 02-12-2006, 12:42 PM   #5791
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same here GOOD LUCK to ALL that freaking T2 car is hard to beat
...the T2 is so much like the TRF 415 but with no flex .....but in Mod the T2 has it locked in
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Its shear numbers....
If you enter 15 t2's into a race with some of the fastest guys around and then through in 2 RDX's with the same level of talant you have a greater number of chances to win...
Look at what Kyosho did with the MP 7.5 they had 30 guys driving for them and everyone else had like 5...its hard to beat a team of pros when you are out gunned 7 to 1.
Its a great tactic for Xray....It works and people will be buying the T2...but I wills tick with a car company that keeps bettering itself with new parts coming out and only setting me back 20-30 dollars is much better than a $415.00 a year...I like the T2..well thought out design...they took alot of what everyone knows about TC and made a very nice car...Problem is....You can still win with a FK05...LOL
Its more driver than car..It always has been...Thats why if Hara can win with a Pro4 he is still able to win with a Cyclone, or Lightening, or what ever else he drives....LOL
So I think what you guys might want to consider is that Jeff D and Jeff C are still mopping up with a two and half year old car....
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Old 02-12-2006, 01:26 PM   #5792
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Bro,
Its shear numbers....
If you enter 15 t2's into a race with some of the fastest guys around and then through in 2 RDX's with the same level of talant you have a greater number of chances to win...
Look at what Kyosho did with the MP 7.5 they had 30 guys driving for them and everyone else had like 5...its hard to beat a team of pros when you are out gunned 7 to 1.
Its a great tactic for Xray....It works and people will be buying the T2...but I wills tick with a car company that keeps bettering itself with new parts coming out and only setting me back 20-30 dollars is much better than a $415.00 a year...I like the T2..well thought out design...they took alot of what everyone knows about TC and made a very nice car...Problem is....You can still win with a FK05...LOL
Its more driver than car..It always has been...Thats why if Hara can win with a Pro4 he is still able to win with a Cyclone, or Lightening, or what ever else he drives....LOL
So I think what you guys might want to consider is that Jeff D and Jeff C are still mopping up with a two and half year old car....
-Shookie <><
Very True it's like "buying" the field in a way I'm currently tring to get a 50% with corally I just got a good MOTOR guy and have the hookup with batts,now I need to place well at a big race to show em how I drive..I ran Tamiya for years and the odds for anything from tamiya is ZERO...I have a better chance with corally..In time I will get there ....
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Old 02-12-2006, 01:31 PM   #5793
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Old 02-12-2006, 01:38 PM   #5794
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Very nice,

I like your Shocks and bull cups it all goes very nice even the spur looks good with the car
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Old 02-12-2006, 01:41 PM   #5795
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Old 02-12-2006, 05:01 PM   #5796
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Old 02-12-2006, 07:10 PM   #5797
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hey guys i was just wondering if anyone has had a problem with the rear diff loosening up after a couple runs with the car. if so is there a way to fix the problem in stead of tighten it up after every three to four runs
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Old 02-12-2006, 07:19 PM   #5798
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The beveled washers on the diff screw may have become weak, and is not putting enough pressure on the screw to hold the tightness. May have been caused by overtightening the first time. Try replacing them with new ones.


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Old 02-12-2006, 07:20 PM   #5799
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you need new screw the newest one and the outdrive you have to screw the bot in!! cause after a lot of run the hole in the outdrive have larger diameter so the hole is bigger so the screw tend to un-tigth and your diff is loose!!

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Old 02-13-2006, 12:12 AM   #5800
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Orange wheels for the win! Okay, not really... guess I'll try Parma.

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Old 02-13-2006, 01:42 PM   #5801
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you need new screw the newest one and the outdrive you have to screw the bot in!! cause after a lot of run the hole in the outdrive have larger diameter so the hole is bigger so the screw tend to un-tigth and your diff is loose!!

Later!!
so what your saying is that i need to replace the screw and nut that goes in the diff with a new one.cause every thing in the diff is new except for the screw and bolt the rings and diff balls are all new along with the thrust bearings in side of the diff
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Ah, Brian, I'm sorry, I meant no harm. I have nothing but respect for you and Jeff, and your accomplishments in R/C. It was just interesting hearing conflicting statements from two people who are so successful in the hobby. It seems, as always, that there are a lot of ways to have great success.

I personally prefer to use as little steering as possible. On carpet especially, it seems like more steering leads to bad habits, where having less (or the right amount) forces you to take proper lines to get through turns. For someone that's still learning to drive, I find getting around the track with less steering yields better results (at least in terms of taking the right lines, and car control) than having more steering.

Anyway, thanks to both of you for your advice. I'll try to get my head around it all and find what works best for me.
I prefer the available steering throw for Modified. It isn't that I MUST USE all of it, I just want it available. Like if you park in the board and can't turn around in a 7 or 8ft wide lane.

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so what your saying is that i need to replace the screw and nut that goes in the diff with a new one.cause every thing in the diff is new except for the screw and bolt the rings and diff balls are all new along with the thrust bearings in side of the diff
but thats what somebody told me when i have this problem !! if everything is new then i dont know what can cause that!! sorry if i make you feel bad!!
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but thats what somebody told me when i have this problem !! if everything is new then i dont know what can cause that!! sorry if i make you feel bad!!
don't worry you didn't make me feel bad i was just stateing that i up graded the diffs balls and the trust bearings to creamic and put new diff rings in the the screw and washers and the nut have some use on them i bought the rdx used from a friend iwas just try to understand you correctly so i would go buy the right new parts that's all
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yep jsut wait for someone of the corallyusa team to answer to your'e question dont want you go purchase the part and the diff still slipping ehhe!! by the way new arms are here !! and they look awsome and so fucking beff they have lot of meat now

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