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Old 10-16-2005, 01:38 AM   #3541
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Better yet go with TC4 bones and EXCEL Delrin diffs
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Better yet go with TC4 bones and EXCEL Delrin diffs
Where can we get this Excel Delrin diffs on line? Is that for front, rear or both?
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Are those the ones the work with the TC3/TC4 bones?

the ones i used are rayspeed CVD's that were built by MIP, so if TIR are the same dimensions with MIP, then, yes it will work with the TC4 bones, but i suggest just use the TIR ones if can get a hold of them since you have to change the 1way outdrives of the BD to TC4 1way outdrives to fit the oin cushions.
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64dp is good for finer gearing adjustments but just don't hit anything, the slightest knock and your strip the spur. 48dp is far more durable.


this used to happen to me on my BD (cost me a win in a major race, very upsetting) but i found that if i shimmed the center pulley to the utmost minimum side play that i can, i minimized the chance of stripping the spur gear.
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Old 10-16-2005, 05:48 AM   #3545
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Better yet go with TC4 bones and EXCEL Delrin diffs

is the EXCEL delrin diffs are direct fit to the TC4 pin cushions? what if im using rayspeed CVD's or the yokomo blue alum bones in the rear, will it be too losse for them?

also, if i replace my rear diff outdrives, are they are direct replacement, no other parts, screws or nuts to replace the original ones with? thanks
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Old 10-16-2005, 09:33 AM   #3546
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"Advise on rear belt tension"

The kit set-up seem loose, shall I tightened by 1 knot?
Any preformance effect on a loose or tight belt set-up?
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Old 10-16-2005, 09:39 AM   #3547
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Better yet go with TC4 bones and EXCEL Delrin diffs
Jaybee, awesome pic. One question, what axles do you use with the TC4 bones? Do you have to have new bearings for the hubs? What I want to do is run the TC4 cvd's and shave down the pins so they will fit in the diff halves.
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Old 10-16-2005, 09:53 AM   #3548
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Not sure, but they do cost 50 bucks usd before shipping


Anybody know where I can get some rayspeed axles? Just the front piece, not the whole cvd kit.
I think they are $40 from Schumacher USA plus shipping.
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Where can we get this Excel Delrin diffs on line? Is that for front, rear or both?
This is from Schumacher USA, I think this maybe what your looking for,
TR3613 TiR Delrin cups for MR4 - MR4SD/CGM In Stock $19.99
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Thanks. I actually got these from Japan. I don't know of anyone else that sells EXCEL delrin diffs for the SD/BD. The part number for these are actually #EY005 I use regular Yoke axles or MIP axles. Everything stays the same except you are going to have to shave the pins (NOT MUCH) so that they fit into the slots. I've built four sets of diffs but haven't used them yet being that I have the Yoke ones in at the moment. The Pro4 ones were a pain to adjust since the diff screw nut have no recessed area to sit in.
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Are these the ones that fit the BD?

TiR Worlds Edition CVD - MR4-SSG Front

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The EXCEL part number is #EY005
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Thanks. I actually got these from Japan. I don't know of anyone else that sells EXCEL delrin diffs for the SD/BD. The part number for these are actually #EY005 I use regular Yoke axles or MIP axles. Everything stays the same except you are going to have to shave the pins (NOT MUCH) so that they fit into the slots. I've built four sets of diffs but haven't used them yet being that I have the Yoke ones in at the moment. The Pro4 ones were a pain to adjust since the diff screw nut have no recessed area to sit in.

thanks jaybee!!!

Where can I buy rayspeed axles? I've already got one, so I'd only have to buy one more to have the stuff to fit the the TC4 bones in the car.


sorry for all the questions. I just bought a BD and want to order some parts to make it durable in mod and 19turn.
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Old 10-16-2005, 10:35 AM   #3554
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Try www.stormerhobbies.com
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This is from Schumacher USA, I think this maybe what your looking for,
TR3613 TiR Delrin cups for MR4 - MR4SD/CGM In Stock $19.99
They are replacement cups for the spool. they come in either aluminium or delrin.
The newest version of CVD's do fit in the BD 1 way, they are updating them all the time. The latest ones are very very strong.
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