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Old 04-29-2002, 03:58 PM   #2311
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When I come to HK soon you can show me which horses to ride!! I will leave your horse alone dtm
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Old 04-29-2002, 07:24 PM   #2312
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Old 04-29-2002, 08:31 PM   #2313
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Ok i got my kawahara negative rear diff and floating v1rr body mount. Now i have 1 question what wt diff lube do you run in the new diff.
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Old 04-29-2002, 08:35 PM   #2314
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Ok i got my kawahara negative rear diff and floating v1rr body mount. Now i have 1 question what wt diff lube do you run in the new diff.
Many people run no oil, infact they just use Tamiya Anti-Wear grease. The purpose of the diff is to be very free off power for maximum turn in and to lock up for on power stability.
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Old 04-30-2002, 01:17 PM   #2316
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Many people run no oil, infact they just use Tamiya Anti-Wear grease. The purpose of the diff is to be very free off power for maximum turn in and to lock up for on power stability.
cool thanks for the help i was running 5,000 but i will try the antiwear lube.l
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Old 04-30-2002, 04:20 PM   #2317
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wow thanks AMG i needy that i just got the floating rear body mount! from japan and now with those instructions i got it together. have you tried the rr with a negative rear diff on rubber tires. Tell you the truth i have a reflex that is almost all v1r plastic the only thing that is reflex plastic is the front and rear bulk heads. I enev put v1r diff cases and gear sets in the thing it handles great this weekend i broke the rear trinity belt and now i have v1r belts lol now looking at it you cant tell what it is lol
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wow thanks AMG i needy that i just got the floating rear body mount! from japan and now with those instructions i got it together. have you tried the rr with a negative rear diff on rubber tires. Tell you the truth i have a reflex that is almost all v1r plastic the only thing that is reflex plastic is the front and rear bulk heads. I enev put v1r diff cases and gear sets in the thing it handles great this weekend i broke the rear trinity belt and now i have v1r belts lol now looking at it you cant tell what it is lol
I have run mine with a front oneway rear negative on rubber before. I use foam 99% of the time though so I found it kinda skatey If you go easy on the throttle it handles very nice.
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AMGRACER!!!!!
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You guys bought a horse
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Old 04-30-2002, 10:22 PM   #2323
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You guys bought a horse
Only dtm has a horse, but he will not share!!!

Beat my personal best time at our track the other night with my V1R by around .2 seconds!! Pretty happy.........

Interesting points:

1. My rear arms finally gave in and the rear pivot ball was getting forced into the arm very easily whenever the rear wheel hit a board (never!!! ) Not bad for 6 months+ of crashing (racing?)

2. The graphite infused pulleys from the RR kit are holding up brilliantly, there is only extremely minor damage after 6 months.

3. Killed my 16T pinion finally, yet the spurs are only minorly damaged.

4. Stock chassis is still perfect!! No bends or warping at all, tons of scratches.

5. Negative diff has held up to 4 months of racing with no adverse wear.

6. Dogbones and outdrives still OK, minor wear on both these parts.

7. Ritchey Modified RTU is a killer engine. You all knew that one!!
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Only dtm has a horse, but he will not share!!!

Beat my personal best time at our track the other night with my V1R by around .2 seconds!! Pretty happy.........

Interesting points:

1. My rear arms finally gave in and the rear pivot ball was getting forced into the arm very easily whenever the rear wheel hit a board (never!!! ) Not bad for 6 months+ of crashing (racing?)

2. The graphite infused pulleys from the RR kit are holding up brilliantly, there is only extremely minor damage after 6 months.

3. Killed my 16T pinion finally, yet the spurs are only minorly damaged.

4. Stock chassis is still perfect!! No bends or warping at all, tons of scratches.

5. Negative diff has held up to 4 months of racing with no adverse wear.

6. Dogbones and outdrives still OK, minor wear on both these parts.

7. Ritchey Modified RTU is a killer engine. You all knew that one!!
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