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Old 04-06-2009, 04:54 AM   #931
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I know it will fit the NT1
i know it will but i wanna put it on my evo2
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Old 04-06-2009, 09:27 AM   #932
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It brakes like a spool but what I enjoy most is on & off throttle though the turns no push as far as high bite or low bit I just perfer the diff over the spool, just test it out one day that what I did....
Tried the diff at 301 this wknd. Not bad. The benifit of it was definitly on powering steering. Also, not having to run a softer front tire to get more steering. Easier on the cvd's if you happen to "tap" the wall.
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is the receiver box from nt1 will fit the evo2
I know Atomic makes a nice receiver box for the EVO2... You would not have to use the NT1.

http://www.rcatomic.com/atomic/index...emart&Itemid=1
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Old 04-06-2009, 11:17 AM   #934
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Tried the diff at 301 this wknd. Not bad. The benifit of it was definitly on powering steering. Also, not having to run a softer front tire to get more steering. Easier on the cvd's if you happen to "tap" the wall.
Glad to hear things went well how did your lap time compare faster,
slower or the same?
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Old 04-06-2009, 11:58 AM   #935
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Glad to hear things went well how did your lap time compare faster,
slower or the same?

It's hard to say. It was only my second time at the track and it was the first race of the season so the track was new. One thing was it was very consistant.
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Old 04-06-2009, 12:07 PM   #936
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It's hard to say. It was only my second time at the track and it was the first race of the season so the track was new. One thing was it was very consistant.
As long as the car was fast and handle well that the main thing...oh yeah an consistant too...
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Old 04-06-2009, 12:20 PM   #937
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Here is some pictures of my RRR with the new paint scheme for 2009... upcoming races...
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Tried the diff at 301 this wknd. Not bad. The benifit of it was definitly on powering steering. Also, not having to run a softer front tire to get more steering. Easier on the cvd's if you happen to "tap" the wall.
blount,

I raced at 301 yesterday too,had a few problems first with the engine and then with the radio, but at the end the car was handling great... (until the engine give me problems again in the main) but for been the first time he car runs since I build it (and with some tips form Vince) it did pretty well.

I'm using the spool, so far I like it, specially in the sweeper, but just for reference...how did you feel your's in the sweeper with a diff compare to when you use the spool?
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what diff oils does the evo 2 rrr wc use that come with the car? front and rear
and what about shock oil?

thanks!
anyone?
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It only comes with rear diff oil and its 30,000
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It only comes with rear diff oil and its 30,000
thanks
my evo2 rrr wc came with shock oil as well...
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my evo2 rrr wc came with shock oil as well...
It probably came with 500wt shock oil
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blount,

I raced at 301 yesterday too,had a few problems first with the engine and then with the radio, but at the end the car was handling great... (until the engine give me problems again in the main) but for been the first time he car runs since I build it (and with some tips form Vince) it did pretty well.

I'm using the spool, so far I like it, specially in the sweeper, but just for reference...how did you feel your's in the sweeper with a diff compare to when you use the spool?
It felt good. the two places i felt it benifited me the best was the two carrousel's at the top of track in the infield. At times I was able to stay on power. Don't get me wrong I normally run the spool and have been for months now. But now that I'm learned the car I'm trying different thing to see how it reacts. I do suggest you make a diff and try it. You never know how it will feel with you driving style. For me it's just another set up option.
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It only comes with rear diff oil and its 30,000
My WC kit came with 20k, and 400wt shock oil.
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My WC kit came with 20k, and 400wt shock oil.
Yes correct, my standard EVO2 also came with 20k and 400wt.
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