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Old 06-06-2005, 11:53 AM   #3001
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Sorry for the late reply...
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TM502315 G4 Diff set ( w/2 diff cases, diff cover, gears, shims & o-rings)
TM502120 Front Nylon Pulley

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Thanks guys - great help.

Is there any way of running a engine that doesn't have an SG type shaft. Is there a pilot shaft clutch nut that will fit and do the job ?
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Sorry for the late reply...
part numbers are...
TM502315 G4 Diff set ( w/2 diff cases, diff cover, gears, shims & o-rings)
thanks for the useful info there!

is the TM502315 pack a new part? i believe it comprises individual parts such as
TM502115 G4 Diff Case (2), Diff Case Cover (1) & Gasket (2)
TM502116 G4 Diff Joint, P5 O-Ring, 5x12mm Shim & 2x11mm Pin
TM502117 G4 4x10mm Shim, Bevel Shaft & Bevel Gear Set (1)


If i had know there was a "G4 Diff set" then i would've bought it instead of the individual packs ..
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I believe it is a new part. The owner at my lhs just called RD logics and asked for all the parts to make a front diff. He also ordered me the new k-factory spool. Lookstrick anadized blue. I posted a pic under the mongoose thread.
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Hey guys got a problem and need help please.I have a g4 c class.I have a .12 motor with slide carb and the slide carb only slides 1/4 of the way cause of the handle for pick up/fuel tank holder.Any suggestions thanks Tim [email protected]
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You probably have to turn the carb a little, and maybe turn the barrel on the end of the slide so the linkage will clear the handle, Good Luck!
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Hey guys got a problem and need help please.I have a g4 c class.I have a .12 motor with slide carb and the slide carb only slides 1/4 of the way cause of the handle for pick up/fuel tank holder.Any suggestions thanks Tim [email protected]
Yes, it sometimes happen when using OS or Sirio engines based engines. Some other engine will cause the crankcase is hitting by the disc brake. I have to dremel and remove some parts from the handle to get enough clearance for the carburetor.
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Dremel o ok I didnt know .I hate hack jobs.It looks like ill have to shave the handle to the nib.What a poor azz design.
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Dremel o ok I didnt know .I hate hack jobs.It looks like ill have to shave the handle to the nib.What a poor azz design.
Hey, blame the engine I believe on the first batch of MTX3, we have to cut the carbon upperdeck for carburetor clearance also. Or you can use 3Racing aluminum handle which perfectly designed to use with Lola body
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Blame the engine a standard .12 w/slide carb?I have not seen this at this point before.There is alot of options that could have prevented this from being a issue not doubt.Where can I get a aftermarket part to ressolve it Thanks Tim Ps Thanks for your insight you seem to have good insight on this car
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As I said before, only OS and Sirio carburetor has this problem. Other Nova based engine such as JP, Max, RB, IDM etc are all fine. Btw, I don't know where you can get 3Racing products in your area, but here's the picture. Thanks Part Number : G4-017
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Anyone know what will have to be purchased extra if you get the k factory oneway front diff.Can you use the spur from old bulky diff or do you need to purchase something additional Thanks Tim
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Anyone know what will have to be purchased extra if you get the k factory oneway front diff.Can you use the spur from old bulky diff or do you need to purchase something additional Thanks Tim

Yes, you can use the pulley from the "bulky" diff on the K-factory one-way.
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HI would the G4 pro be better then the MTX-3 and what would be faster and better for the track
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Can Any one point me to a receiver battery pack for the g4 the one I got is to big thanks Tim
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