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Old 12-30-2012, 11:40 PM   #1
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SGX gear diff. I think this gear diff has less chance of stripping the gears. But I don't think this will be smoother compare to the bevel gear diff.

I see it is claiming patent pending. Come on, this is not new design. This spur gear type diff has been exiting for so long.

http://corally.com/anubizz/corally.n...058BC06&Taal=2
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I have not seen this design in 1/10 scale touring cars until now. If anything it will give people another option because they are making it not just for their car, but other touring cars as well. This is a very smart move on their part.

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but currently only for Tamiya or hot bodies.

when for Yokomo....
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Is this available anywhere yet?

This is one one step closer to a torque biasing diff. Cut the gear teeth at an angle and you have a Quaife.
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