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Old 08-23-2006, 03:59 PM   #5506
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Where can I find the duraluminum diff halves. I only can find the hole diff and every other part for it . Are they sold seperately
No they are not sold seperate.
But there is stock of the fk'04 ones. They fit also.
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No they are not sold seperate.
But there is stock of the fk'04 ones. They fit also.
What is the part number?
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Old 08-23-2006, 04:38 PM   #5508
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30 5010 ALU DIFF LONG OUTPUT SHAFT - HARD COATED
30 5020 ALU DIFF SHORT OUTPUT SHAFT - HARD COATED
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Old 08-23-2006, 05:58 PM   #5509
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Guys im moving up to mod (from stock) but have NO idea of gear ratio....i will be running and xray t2 with 84 spur(48p) orion v2 tx2 on standard sorex 28s and matched 4200s

What pinion should i use?

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I am selling my super clean XRAY T1FK05. Check it out.

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looks like a very nice clean car. Im sure it will sell quick.
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www.darksidems.com Part number 450. Black Anodized Aluminum FK'05 & T2 outdrive sets
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www.darksidems.com Part number 450. Black Anodized Aluminum FK'05 & T2 outdrive sets
I appreciate the help however, how do you justify selling the diff halves for a dollar less than you can buy a new diff. Are these diff halves unbreakable. I run 4.5 novak on carpet and high bite asphalt.

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Guys im moving up to mod (from stock) but have NO idea of gear ratio....i will be running and xray t2 with 84 spur(48p) orion v2 tx2 on standard sorex 28s and matched 4200s

What pinion should i use?

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Old 08-24-2006, 08:17 AM   #5515
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Hi nick, on a big outdoor circuit with a 10x1 in i will run between at 22 and a 24 wit my T2 and 84Spur,

Indoor on polished wood, or on a small track i would use between a 19 and 21 pinion,

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305010 Alu Diff Long Output Shaft Hard Coated

305020 Alu Diff Short Output Shaft Hard
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I appreciate the help however, how do you justify selling the diff halves for a dollar less than you can buy a new diff. Are these diff halves unbreakable. I run 4.5 novak on carpet and high bite asphalt.

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I suggest that you try manufacturing them and let me know what you plan on charging for them. I well understand that a complete diff can be mail ordered for mid $40's. Though many local stores do sell these at a higher price. These were designed to be carried through local hobby stores and purchased by local racers who support these stores. Their pricing may well be below the MSRP on the website. I prefer to not undercut stores as the are my customers.
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Now all we gotta do is get you to the track See ya there Steve .

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I am going to try for Tuesday.....but Ko might be my first outing with the T2...I am sure that it will do very well....See ya at he track....
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Hi nick, on a big outdoor circuit with a 10x1 in i will run between at 22 and a 24 wit my T2 and 84Spur,

Indoor on polished wood, or on a small track i would use between a 19 and 21 pinion,

Hope this helps,

Luke
Ok im running a 7 x 1 orion v2 motor on ashphalt FAIRLY top speedy track with 3 places where u have to punch out of tight corners, check out www.jdk.com.au/racemodels.html to see my track and tell me what pinion u reccommend/.
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