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Old 05-31-2007, 07:55 PM   #7321
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excel delrin diff, as light as stock one. if u want stronger. i also used yokomo al diff sleve (like used on plastic solid axle) with a little ca glue.
specially when using modified like 4.5r, strong power, foam tires, hard driving. the original plastic wobbling so quick, not excel delrin. much stronger. and has extra hole, like u have 2 diff drive, will last long. BUT YOU HAVE TO USE LOCTITE ON THE ALUMINIUM NUT and SETTING DIFF SCREW. if not it become lose and burned the diff pulley. like we discussed last pages. i throw away 2 set of excel delrin because of that, same happen like Zach burned diff pulley pictures, sample pictures at top this pages...
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Old 05-31-2007, 09:18 PM   #7322
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Wow. 2 sets of delrin outdrive + 2 set of aluminum sleeve = $60 + shipping! Stock platic outdrives will last longer with aluminum sleeve, right? I mean... aluminum sleeve is better than the ring?
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Old 05-31-2007, 09:33 PM   #7323
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Can someone tell me the difference between the trailing(1), and non-trailing(0) steeringblocks?
The trailing blocks comes with the masami kit. I want to know what difference it makes on the track.

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The trailing(1) steering blocks has less steering but smoother steering feel. I used it with oneway on big track.( back in the days when 12T motor limit) When using spool, you need the extra steering from in-line(non trailing) blocks I use spool almost everywhere outdoor now when runnig mod.
OR even with oneway, you can use non trailing if you want an aggressive feel.
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Old 05-31-2007, 09:55 PM   #7324
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Wow. 2 sets of delrin outdrive + 2 set of aluminum sleeve = $60 + shipping! Stock platic outdrives will last longer with aluminum sleeve, right? I mean... aluminum sleeve is better than the ring?
are you want to use diff front and rear? if only use rear, just 1 set delrin. diff sleeve not to necessary. i just if you need more secure.
for my opinion sleeve better than ring, i dont know about other people...
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Old 05-31-2007, 11:27 PM   #7325
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Talk about diff, anyone knows the tamiya TRF 415 or TA05 alloy diff will fit BD?
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it will fit if you use the yok pulley and nįrrow it by several tenths
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Old 06-01-2007, 07:40 AM   #7327
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Old 06-01-2007, 11:30 AM   #7328
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it will fit if you use the yok pulley and nįrrow it by several tenths
Interesting... more detail info please.
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IMO the stock diff halves work better than anything else I've tried. I've been using the same ones forever and they're hardly worn
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i don't know exactly, but with a good lathe you can make it fit with no problems
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Old 06-02-2007, 09:16 PM   #7331
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not sure if its been mentioned before but did you guys know that the x-ray front one way out drive fit the bd. and the 51mm dog bones fits also, its a tad lighter not much but a tad. also with the xray outdrives you can play with the locked one way/spool setup. i'm gonna try and figure a way to pin it to make a full spool also.
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not sure if its been mentioned before but did you guys know that the x-ray front one way out drive fit the bd. and the 51mm dog bones fits also, its a tad lighter not much but a tad. also with the xray outdrives you can play with the locked one way/spool setup. i'm gonna try and figure a way to pin it to make a full spool also.


will the x-ray bones fit the stock 1-way?
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no the I.D. of the stock out drive is to small for the dogbone. one of the two would have to be modified.
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Old 06-03-2007, 09:43 PM   #7334
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Looking for a carpet chassis for BD. I've seen some BD carpet chassis without any cut out (except battery slot and two diff area). Which company makes those chassis?
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Hey Michael Schumacher,Try Demon I picked up there Asphalt chassis I like it alot. It takes about a week to get to ya if your from the U.S there based in the UK click this link below. hope this helps


http://demonpowerproducts.co.uk/index.php?cPath=94_85




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Looking for a carpet chassis for BD. I've seen some BD carpet chassis without any cut out (except battery slot and two diff area). Which company makes those chassis?
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