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Old 12-15-2001, 01:04 AM   #856
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Ah10 where do you get the Hyspin Lube for the negative diff. I am currently have diff oil in it and I read your post that the diff actually will wear itself out.
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Old 12-15-2001, 01:28 AM   #857
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I am using JR digital servo DZ8450, rated 0.08sec/60 degree, torque is 98oz/in. I think the holding power is over 133oz.

Hehe I just destroyed one of those servos that I had on my MRX-3. Ask the Asphault Hacker about it, I do good work.
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Old 12-15-2001, 09:23 AM   #858
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Thanks for the info ah10.
Manbik: are these high speed digital servos more easily broken than normal ones or was it big wreck which broke yours? Truth please!
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Old 12-15-2001, 11:59 AM   #860
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Ah10 where do you get the Hyspin Lube for the negative diff. I am currently have diff oil in it and I read your post that the diff actually will wear itself out.
A friend of mine got it for me in H.K. I have been trying to look for it here in the state but seems like no luck! the closest Racer's Choice lube I can find is from Tower Hobby.

The one I have is Racer's Choice Hyspin Lube #7016.
The one from Tower Hobby is #7020 from the description it said "Racer's Choice Pro Diff Lube 1/2 oz, This is a 1/2 oz. bottle of 100% synthetic lube. It is ideal for differentials and can also be used for king pins, steering linkages, ball-ends, shock shafts, hinge pins, or disks.

I am assuming it is similar stuff and should work the same!

If I could find it some where that you can get then I will update you!

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Manbik: are these high speed digital servos more easily broken than normal ones or was it big wreck which broke yours? Truth please!
HUGE wreck.
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Thanks Ah10!
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Old 12-15-2001, 04:14 PM   #863
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WHat up bud... JUst sent ya ICQ, my friend got his stuff... he's gonna sort thru it, and send me picts when done... So check ICQ, there is a Q there for ya...


Soon as I get info from him I'll pass on to you.


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Thanks Ah10!
No problem Kyosho! by the way if you happen to come across any place that sell Racer's Choice Hyspin Lube #7016 please let me know!
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Yeah H.K. j/k I'll let you know if I come across some.
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Gotta quick Question about the MUgen Clutch.... I notice that there are 2 different ones, black (carbon?) and white...


WHat's the difference between the 2??]



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The White ones are lighter, which will allow your rpms to build up higher and gives a little more punch.
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The White ones are lighter, which will allow your rpms to build up higher and gives a little more punch.
The 1.1mm thicker clutch springs do the same thing for alot less $$$
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Or combine the 1.1mm springs and the white shoes and build up even more revs. That's what I was doing.
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HEY Manbik

This is Rich... I bought your car.... LOL!!!


I went thru and rebuilt it, so I could get familiar how everything went together. I rebuilt then engine (well kinda), and I wasn't careful with the clutch shoes, I cracked one of them....
So for now I have the black clutch shoes on. The engine looks pretty good, but compression is lite, so I should replace the piston/sleeve... BUT I can do that later. I started it today and it fired right up!

I did add a boost bottle to it.


Right now I have to chase down a steering servo glitch.... could be wiring, or low batts...

A bud and I are going to set the chassis, after that I'm gona try it out at the college lot where RAMS races.



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