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Old 08-29-2012, 11:46 PM   #1
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3Racing Gear Differential 37 & 38T Ver. 2 for Sakura Zero S, XI SAK-65/V2

For the front diff?

I dont like driving with solid front axles.
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I think you can use it. Try asking the guys in the sakura s forum.
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Can I use this part

3Racing Gear Differential 37 & 38T Ver. 2 for Sakura Zero S, XI SAK-65/V2

For the front diff?

I dont like driving with solid front axles.
Yeah you sure can. You just need a set of blades for the front driveshafts,same as the ones on the rear.
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Yeah you sure can. You just need a set of blades for the front driveshafts,same as the ones on the rear.
New to onroad, what are blades?
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New to onroad, what are blades?
http://os.3racing.hk/products.php?products_key=4957

3Racing call them Universal Shaft cushion's.

The clip onto the end of the driveshaft that goes into the diff. They are a wearing part that protects the shaft and the diff outdrives from wear.

Here's the forum for the XI, a lot of good info in there.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...sakura-xi.html
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Yeah you sure can. You just need a set of blades for the front driveshafts,same as the ones on the rear.
You will also need to run the 44mm shafts too
best for the front is the diff out of the sakura s don't need blades or a shaft change

http://os.3racing.hk/products.php?products_key=5033

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You will also need to run the 44mm shafts too
best for the front is the diff out of the sakura s don't need blades or a shaft change

http://os.3racing.hk/products.php?products_key=5033
You do not need the 44 shafts. I have run the V2 oil diff in the front of my XI with the stock 46mm. Only need the blades and obviously the diff.

My zero is also using 46 with the V1 oil diff in the front.

V1 diff outdrives can wear faster depending on the diff settings and motor class of the car. My outdrives and shafts are fine with 300000wt and 21.5.
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