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Old 06-09-2019, 11:52 AM
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Old 06-10-2019, 03:19 AM
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AGAMA A319 Diffs 10/18 Internal


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Ordered Kit within 15 minutes of it going live. Looks awesome Mark. Table and tools open and ready. LETS GO!!!
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I hope it does as well or better at the ROAR Nationals as it did at AMS.
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No easy access to front and rear diff?
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Old 06-20-2019, 01:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Chrisgewrgi View Post
No easy access to front and rear diff?
what other cars have "quick" access, easier maybe but definitely not quick. The old way is still better and easier to shim diffs - just has to be done correct.
only car that had pure quick access was the last durango's.

the mbx8 diff is a pain to shim as now its advised by drake to shim on the INSIDE of the bearing instead of outside.

Quick access is a have - just like this new tyre warmer.
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Old 06-21-2019, 07:52 AM
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what other cars have "quick" access, easier maybe but definitely not quick. The old way is still better and easier to shim diffs - just has to be done correct.
only car that had pure quick access was the last durango's.

the mbx8 diff is a pain to shim as now its advised by drake to shim on the INSIDE of the bearing instead of outside.

Quick access is a have - just like this new tyre warmer.
Dont know but at my rc8b3.1 i change the diffs at the track in 5 minutes with no any problems.my agama sv need to get out all the front or the rear system
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Originally Posted by Chrisgewrgi View Post
Dont know but at my rc8b3.1 i change the diffs at the track in 5 minutes with no any problems.my agama sv need to get out all the front or the rear system
Its 6 screws to remove the front of the diff case from the rear. Two bottom chassis, two bottom of gearcase and two top of gear case
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Anyone know if there are any stock setup suggestions out for the 319? Iím building mine now and I was curious about pills and geometry. Thanks!
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Anyone know if there are any stock setup suggestions out for the 319? Iím building mine now and I was curious about pills and geometry. Thanks!
no stock setup as of now. That i an aware of. Keeping my pills in the middle all the way around to start. Almost done with my build . build tip watch how you shim and tighten the diff cases. The shim you put in will feel good till you tighten up the case then the mess changes I ended up with 2 shims in the front opposite side of gear and none in the back . also had to ream front arms. Another tip is to squeeze your rod ends with a par of pliers to make sure your balls move freely. If i end up finding anything else i will share.
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Old 06-22-2019, 11:26 PM
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Originally Posted by iplaygames View Post
what other cars have "quick" access, easier maybe but definitely not quick. The old way is still better and easier to shim diffs - just has to be done correct.
only car that had pure quick access was the last durango's.

the mbx8 diff is a pain to shim as now its advised by drake to shim on the INSIDE of the bearing instead of outside.

Quick access is a have - just like this new tyre warmer.
I shimmed my diffs like that since Y2K. Guess you must be "Cpt. Clubrace" to make it catch on lol :-)
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