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Old 01-09-2012, 03:11 PM   #1
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I have a brushless e-revo and was having problems twisting rear drive shafts so used my castle link and adjusted punch control to 25 percent and my slipper is back off almost half a turn still twisting shafts , I run a 5s combo and bash on and off road.My question is would this center diff help with keeping the front down and my twisting shafts issues also I will be eventually racing on a track soon.Any help would be appreciated.
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You might want to try increasing the punch control. I think the bashing setup is 50%, iirc.

If you are twisting shafts regularly, I think it's more about learning more throttle control than a setup change.
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My question is would this center diff help with keeping the front down and my twisting shafts issues also I will be eventually racing on a track soon.Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks Matty

To answer your question, the C/D will transfer the power to the tires with the least amount of traction, if you are going forward this would be to the front tires. It will eliminate the front end standing up but that will also depend on what weight fluid you decide to run. For racing a C/D will help you out huge.
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center diff is general easier on drive train.

If you want it bullet proof get some custom dogbones made up, or even if you can find the right length... I know savage cups fit on the tranny and pinion gear. at least thats what i did with my old 2.5 maxx
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