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Old 06-06-2005, 07:02 PM   #5806
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Just a question to Todd Hodge or any other losi rep/team driver, are losi going to make available as a separate part the ball ends that come with the sway bar kits? (for camber links - so I can run Todd's setu without having to grind away the standard ballcups/ends)

If so, when and what is the part number?

Or, if anyone has any other products that are similiar and fit, I am open to suggestions.

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i assume for the titanium balls? Just take an exacto and chopp the top off.. works fine
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Old 06-06-2005, 07:03 PM   #5807
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Just a question to Todd Hodge or any other losi rep/team driver, are losi going to make available as a separate part the ball ends that come with the sway bar kits? (for camber links - so I can run Todd's setu without having to grind away the standard ballcups/ends)

If so, when and what is the part number?

Or, if anyone has any other products that are similiar and fit, I am open to suggestions.

Thanks.

Yes-those ballcups will be available on there own part number soon. I will get the part number for you shortly.

THey are not available yet. Todd also told me they make awesome ballcups for the steering links too!! Super tight-no slop.
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Old 06-06-2005, 07:34 PM   #5808
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thanks againa for the info and quick response. I'll keep my eyes open.
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Old 06-06-2005, 07:36 PM   #5809
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I just finished building my car but I am having some trouble. I am running a front spool and when I try to launch the car, the rear differential seems to be slipping no matter how tight it is set. I tightened it as much as I could and there is some slip. I can't figure out what it is... any ideas? This is really bugging me.
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Yes-those ballcups will be available on there own part number soon. I will get the part number for you shortly.

THey are not available yet. Todd also told me they make awesome ballcups for the steering links too!! Super tight-no slop.
Great news!
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has anyone tried the front one way, how did it perform?
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Old 06-06-2005, 07:59 PM   #5812
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I just finished building my car but I am having some trouble. I am running a front spool and when I try to launch the car, the rear differential seems to be slipping no matter how tight it is set. I tightened it as much as I could and there is some slip. I can't figure out what it is... any ideas? This is really bugging me.
Verify you've built the rear diff with the correct number of shims and such. Not to be too obivous, but it sounds like two diff halves are not being acted on by the main diff bolt.
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Thanks for your quick reply Rayhuang. GOod to see that I am not seeing things or being too paranoid.
You may find the pictures on jrxs.net helpful, there's a couple dozen of various wiring layouts.
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has anyone tried the front one way, how did it perform?
Will know this weekend at the Speedworld Cup...
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One way has been working awesome in my car.
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The one-way that I bought only had one outdrive. No biggy, I'm waiting on an email from losi to see if they'll send me another one. Just something to look out for if you buy yours in a store and can see it as opposed to ordering online.
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Yes-those ballcups will be available on there own part number soon. I will get the part number for you shortly.

THey are not available yet. Todd also told me they make awesome ballcups for the steering links too!! Super tight-no slop.
Not sure of an date, but here is the part number: LOSA4253
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Will know this weekend at the Speedworld Cup...
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Maybe its just me, but it looks like my caster blocks are not the same either... I can look at the material around the arm and see a difference in the amount of material on each side...

Not just you, me to. I posted the exact problem several pages back but got no input from others. Must be a sparadic issue. But anyway upon checking the blocks from my car i found that one side was actually a 2* block and the other 4. Replaced it and everything fine.

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