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Old 05-12-2011, 09:19 PM   #5986
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Below is a picture of the arm that attaches to the steering servo. The manual states that it should be 36mm. I measure it to be around 41mm. The part numbers are all correct so I was wondering if I will have any issues installing this or is this just an issue with the manual?





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Old 05-12-2011, 10:52 PM   #5987
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There should be a pair of shorter ball cups in BAG 07.
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Old 05-12-2011, 11:15 PM   #5988
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There should be a pair of shorter ball cups in BAG 07.
Don't know man. Part numbers are all the same.


Anybody know where I can get bag 7 as a whole??
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Old 05-13-2011, 05:10 AM   #5989
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Don't know man. Part numbers are all the same.


Anybody know where I can get bag 7 as a whole??
Dont remember how mine was but never noticed a problem. Take a dremel out and trim 2-3mm off each one.
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Old 05-13-2011, 05:30 AM   #5990
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Dont remember how mine was but never noticed a problem. Take a dremel out and trim 2-3mm off each one.
That is exactly what I plan to do thanks
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hi, just wanted to buy 3Racing Alum Front Solid Axle but can i use for that standard diff outdrive adapters 335071?
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hi, just wanted to buy 3Racing Alum Front Solid Axle but can i use for that standard diff outdrive adapters 335071?
Just don't get the 3Racing part!! In my experience you will need to replace it after 2 races anyway. Just buy the Xray part.
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I'm having trouble with the high dynamic clutch that came in the WC kit. I built it so it has 0.7mm clutch gap, and very little end play. When I went to break in the car I could not get the clutch to engage, I built the clutch with the 10.00mm gap between the clutch nut and end of the shaft, and even tried loosening the clutch nut to get an earlier engagement but nothing worked. Anybody have a solution this is pretty frustrating.
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I'm having trouble with the high dynamic clutch that came in the WC kit. I built it so it has 0.7mm clutch gap, and very little end play. When I went to break in the car I could not get the clutch to engage, I built the clutch with the 10.00mm gap between the clutch nut and end of the shaft, and even tried loosening the clutch nut to get an earlier engagement but nothing worked. Anybody have a solution this is pretty frustrating.
Try starting with .7mm of thread from the clutch nut and the flywheel nut. Shim the clutch bell just off of the shoe so that the bell dose not rub on the shoe and then remove the bell and add .3mm of shimming. Now you want to start with .2mm of end play, then adjust your clutch from there.
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I'm having trouble with the high dynamic clutch that came in the WC kit. I built it so it has 0.7mm clutch gap, and very little end play. When I went to break in the car I could not get the clutch to engage, I built the clutch with the 10.00mm gap between the clutch nut and end of the shaft, and even tried loosening the clutch nut to get an earlier engagement but nothing worked. Anybody have a solution this is pretty frustrating.
I run less gap than that. About .4-.5mm.
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I got a hold of a friend that told me how to set it right, so its figured out now, thanks for the help.
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hi, just wanted to buy 3Racing Alum Front Solid Axle but can i use for that standard diff outdrive adapters 335071?
I have a xray solid axle 4sale. PM if still looking to buy one.
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has hudy/xray changed their materials recently? the spring steel parts seem more black in colour now where it used to be a more of a brown colour????
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I am looking for longer ball joints for bottom of shock.

I am trying to fit 4way xray shocks on another vehicle.

The spring sit really low on shock and only leaves a few threads to spin collar down for ride height. I rather not fabricate a new rear shock tower.

Are the balljoints for rear way bar the same diameter as shock balljoints? Hard to tell on xray site but they look a bit longer and accept 5.8mm ball.

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