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Old 04-12-2009, 07:53 AM   #4066
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here is a link of the upgrades:
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Old 04-12-2009, 02:19 PM   #4067
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Hey, many thanks. I was being a lazy bum there ... should have looked at Xray's website. Thanks again.
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Hey, many thanks. I was being a lazy bum there ... should have looked at Xray's website. Thanks again.

Omg, slow you going xray? Amazing!
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Old 04-12-2009, 06:17 PM   #4069
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Omg, slow you going xray? Amazing!
He's prob thinking .... drive one or chase one ...
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Does anyone know where I can get a sp brake disc in the US
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Old 04-15-2009, 06:50 AM   #4071
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HI guys I just wanted to see how everyone is rebuilding there diffs to prevent air pockets can they be pressure sealed?if so how? and what seals are most people using locktight gasket seal? as the original oring is terrible?
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Old 04-15-2009, 08:40 AM   #4072
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HI guys I just wanted to see how everyone is rebuilding there diffs to prevent air pockets can they be pressure sealed?if so how? and what seals are most people using locktight gasket seal? as the original oring is terrible?
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air pockets? the diffs aren't sealed airtight anyway, plus you are supposed to half fill them, there will always be some air in there. i think you are over thinking it dude.

use a ride shock pump to remove the bubbles, but don't be too concearned about it, you will never have it air free and air tight.
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HI guys I just wanted to see how everyone is rebuilding there diffs to prevent air pockets can they be pressure sealed?if so how? and what seals are most people using locktight gasket seal? as the original oring is terrible?
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most of the team drivers are filling the diffs full. what i do is use the ride shock air removal tool. and fill it till its ALMOST full(half the width of the crown gear in the diff) and then when its at the right level with no air bubbles, i drop the ring gear in and add oil till its full. no mess no spillage. use some "ultra black" permatex rtv silicone on the face of the diff housing where they touch. and vola. usually don't have to service the diff for several hours of running with no leaks.
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air pockets? the diffs aren't sealed airtight anyway, plus you are supposed to half fill them, there will always be some air in there. i think you are over thinking it dude.

use a ride shock pump to remove the bubbles, but don't be too concearned about it, you will never have it air free and air tight.
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most of the team drivers are filling the diffs full. what i do is use the ride shock air removal tool. and fill it till its ALMOST full(half the width of the crown gear in the diff) and then when its at the right level with no air bubbles, i drop the ring gear in and add oil till its full. no mess no spillage. use some "ultra black" permatex rtv silicone on the face of the diff housing where they touch. and vola. usually don't have to service the diff for several hours of running with no leaks.
cheers guys thanks for the suggestions
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Old 04-16-2009, 09:09 AM   #4075
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Omg, slow you going xray? Amazing!
Yes I plan to race it more than previously. The car has been sitting dormant, no one will buy it second hand anyways without me losing a ton of change and its a good car no?
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He's prob thinking .... drive one or chase one ...
Heh heh, I'll be chasing whichever car that's on the track these days ... just look at my real username over at 3hobby.net
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Old 04-16-2009, 07:13 PM   #4077
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what shims can I use with my red dot as the 7x10x.03 clutch shims are to large in the center can any one help with were to find some 6x10x.03

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what shims can I use with my red dot as the 7x10x.03 clutch shims are to large in the center can any one help with were to find some 5x10x.03

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Kyosho Makes a 5mm shim kit that I always use. It comes with .1mm up to .3mm thickness. Xray also has clutch shims for .3 thickness the part number is xra338585
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Hi Guys,

after a long season with (point races and the Championship race) am happy to announce that i've won in both. i won the 08-09 season by scoring 47 points followed by the 2nd's place 36 points. My points will help me qualify for the 2010 WC.
also, yesterday was our National Championship, i secured first place in all my qualifiers, arrived in grid# 1 for the semi A and TQed my place into the final, final went smooth where i led alomost the entire time except for few laps when i pited to fix my body, came out from the pit in 3rd position with 10 minutes to go and regained my place back in the last lap race was tight with 4 cars running at the same lap untill the end. i also scored best lap time for the race and my personal best.
thanks to my beloved NT1/ M353R by Murnan modified motors. i couldn't have done it without them.

ill post photos when i get them

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Hi Guys,

after a long season with (point races and the Championship race) am happy to announce that i've won in both. i won the 08-09 season by scoring 47 points followed by the 2nd's place 36 points. My points will help me qualify for the 2010 WC.
also, yesterday was our National Championship, i secured first place in all my qualifiers, arrived in grid# 1 for the semi A and TQed my place into the final, final went smooth where i led alomost the entire time except for few laps when i pited to fix my body, came out from the pit in 3rd position with 10 minutes to go and regained my place back in the last lap race was tight with 4 cars running at the same lap untill the end. i also scored best lap time for the race and my personal best.
thanks to my beloved NT1/ M353R by Murnan modified motors. i couldn't have done it without them.

ill post photos when i get them

cheers
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