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Old 03-21-2009, 07:45 AM   #3976
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thanks for the good advice will definately do from now on.

foolz would you know the pin size that goes in the bearing I might get a few spare just in case??

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The pin size......forgot it, but U just bought a new one and kept the old one for the pins.
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The pin size......forgot it, but U just bought a new one and kept the old one for the pins.
yep all good i will try and some spare pins just in case
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yep all good i will try and some spare pins just in case
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only coz the xray lost its clutch /weights/snap a shoe
go me had to bite
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only coz the xray lost its clutch /weights/snap a shoe
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teh chain is actually attached to the serpent,
Its a TOWING device for the Xray
Gotta pull harder
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This is probably a basic question, but what is the difference between running 100k in the front diff with 60k in the rear as opposed to 60k in the front and 20k in the rear. They both have a difference of 40k. I just noticed that some of the mugen folks seem to run lighter oil all the way around and was just wondering what the difference is. Thanks
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This is probably a basic question, but what is the difference between running 100k in the front diff with 60k in the rear as opposed to 60k in the front and 20k in the rear. They both have a difference of 40k. I just noticed that some of the mugen folks seem to run lighter oil all the way around and was just wondering what the difference is. Thanks
It's because the xray diff's are a lot smaller then the mugen one's(or any other), so you need a thicker oil to get the same amount of diff lock.
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This is probably a basic question, but what is the difference between running 100k in the front diff with 60k in the rear as opposed to 60k in the front and 20k in the rear. They both have a difference of 40k. I just noticed that some of the mugen folks seem to run lighter oil all the way around and was just wondering what the difference is. Thanks
The viscosity of Xray diff oil and many other brands is different so you can't really compare the two... In other words for example, Xray's 80k might feel the same as like a kyosho 30k. I think we also use different units of measurement...
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It's because the xray diff's are a lot smaller then the mugen one's(or any other), so you need a thicker oil to get the same amount of diff lock.
Thanks for the info.
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It's because the xray diff's are a lot smaller then the mugen one's(or any other), so you need a thicker oil to get the same amount of diff lock.
in small size track use what diff oil best ?
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If i run diff's i run 80k in the front and 40k in the rear, sometimes 60k in the rear but that's only when the track is in perfect condition, like when there are big races. On small tracks however i use a solid axle in front.
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Guys i am currently facing a problem with my transmission every time it goes into second gear it jams and the 2 speed adapter (335570) is stuck in an open position. Any idea why this is happening, my hex screws are set to stock settings and it still happens...

I have also noticed the shoes have alot of play when placed inside of the 2nd Gear carrier..

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Guys i am currently facing a problem with my transmission every time it goes into second gear it jams and the 2 speed adapter (335570) is stuck in an open position. Any idea why this is happening, my hex screws are set to stock settings and it still happens...

I have also noticed the shoes have alot of play when placed inside of the 2nd Gear carrier..

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at a guess id say your missing the screw cap set screws pins 983404 page 16 and your centre hub 335570 has spun inside the housing and jamed up.
put the pins in and adjust the shoe for minimal clearince in your 2 speed carrier 335520 i do mine up till it gets tight then back screw off 1/4 turn one side at a time.. they fine tune on the track
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well done! I had four races on the weekend and only lost one due to a wheel nut coming off
sounds like grubs car was in need of some repairs but still no excuse a win is a win, grub get ur car sorted and lets see how it goes at the next meet! good luck!
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well done! I had four races on the weekend and only lost one due to a wheel nut coming off
sounds like grubs car was in need of some repairs but still no excuse a win is a win, grub get ur car sorted and lets see how it goes at the next meet! good luck!
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