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Old 10-02-2008, 05:49 PM   #3451
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I've used all three bodies on the nt1 and to be honest i'd use any of the three depending on the situation, but if you want something that's an in between the 3.1 and the civic I'd have to say go with the Altis body, I've liked it in many different track configurations and different grip levels
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Old 10-02-2008, 08:53 PM   #3452
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Im newbie with NT1
I would like to know a bit on the multi diff.
Anyone experienced with the Solid One-way configuration? I mean without the pin, so it is not solid and in the same time one way, same tires spinning on power, off power freely spin but same speed left and right becoz its attached to each other... geez.. im already confused just by explaining it

I have tried the front 80K diff and one way.. and now trying this solid one way method. Anyone can help me what will be expected? I know they will be no brake for sure. Is there any advantage?

thanks in advance.
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Old 10-02-2008, 10:13 PM   #3453
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Another stupid question ... I have been trying the 25T vs 26T pulley to see the effect of overdrive but I am not able to see much. What is overdrive suppose to do, and other than for managing tire wear, is it used for other things?

Thanks for all your help.
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Old 10-06-2008, 07:43 PM   #3454
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hello, i need some help from u, i'm new with the nt1, i was building the front diff, when i fill it with 500 000 diff oil, but when i seal it, i tought that i didn't fillit right, 'cause it felt lighter than my ex serpent's 100 000 fron diff, so i openned it again, and then i broke the oring, i know the manual said warning and be careful, but i did broke it, is there any how i can fix it with out another oring, since in mexico it's pretty hard to get one of ino rings? or i just leave it that way, half in and half out with the 500 000 oil diff?
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hello, i need some help from u, i'm new with the nt1, i was building the front diff, when i fill it with 500 000 diff oil, but when i seal it, i tought that i didn't fillit right, 'cause it felt lighter than my ex serpent's 100 000 fron diff, so i openned it again, and then i broke the oring, i know the manual said warning and be careful, but i did broke it, is there any how i can fix it with out another oring, since in mexico it's pretty hard to get one of ino rings? or i just leave it that way, half in and half out with the 500 000 oil diff?
Maybe use some sealant or some shoe goo to prevent leaking. That's about all you can do without the o-ring..
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Old 10-06-2008, 08:01 PM   #3456
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Rodolfo,
I got those O-Rings in stock, How about I'll just send it to you thru regular mail (envelope), let me know.

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Im newbie with NT1
I would like to know a bit on the multi diff.
Anyone experienced with the Solid One-way configuration? I mean without the pin, so it is not solid and in the same time one way, same tires spinning on power, off power freely spin but same speed left and right becoz its attached to each other... geez.. im already confused just by explaining it

I have tried the front 80K diff and one way.. and now trying this solid one way method. Anyone can help me what will be expected? I know they will be no brake for sure. Is there any advantage?

thanks in advance.
No one seems to have any experience on this i assumed
ok.
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No one seems to have any experience on this i assumed
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With the solid one-way the car will feel more stable off power than wit the reg one-way, and depending upon the track you'll have more corner speed but less overall steering.
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With the solid one-way the car will feel more stable off power than wit the reg one-way, and depending upon the track you'll have more corner speed but less overall steering.
thanks D-nicest.. u indeed nice
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With the solid one-way the car will feel more stable off power than wit the reg one-way, and depending upon the track you'll have more corner speed but less overall steering.
I heard the one way puts more stress on the gears and dog bones thereby may wear them out sooner. Does anyone have similar experience?
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Old 10-07-2008, 03:28 AM   #3462
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I heard the one way puts more stress on the gears and dog bones thereby may wear them out sooner. Does anyone have similar experience?
front spool will put the most stress and wear i believe...
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front spool will put the most stress and wear i believe...
spool aka solid axle yes. Confirmed more stress and wear.
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Old 10-07-2008, 08:20 AM   #3464
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On the 25 vs 26 tooth thing... the 26 makes the front wheels turn 1 to 1 with the back wheels. With the 25, which is in the stock setup, for every one rotation the back wheels turn, the front will turn 4% more past one rotation....
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Does anyone know where I can get a orion clutch spring?
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