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Old 12-25-2003, 10:54 AM   #331
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yea i have the foam version, how big should the spacer be?
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Old 12-25-2003, 11:06 AM   #332
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Looks like this...and hope you still have in the Red Box

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Old 12-25-2003, 12:49 PM   #333
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Joehwee, does that mean other than the both oil by Kyosho can be replace by any other silicon oil...?
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Old 12-25-2003, 12:53 PM   #334
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does any one have experience with ntc3? I want to know how these 2 shaft cars compare. thanks
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Old 12-25-2003, 07:20 PM   #335
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vones: Yes you can, Ito is running LSD with 30K oil in his EVO during the HK international Race. I have used both the LSD and Negative diff in my V1RR, the Negative work better.
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Off topic...What weight(oil) are you running in your Neg. Diff? I'm thinking of moving to 5K from 1K running w/ 1ways. 5k will be better, right?
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vones: Yes you can, Ito is running LSD with 30K oil in his EVO during the HK international Race. I have used both the LSD and Negative diff in my V1RR, the Negative work better.
Thks, ur the MAN.
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Old 12-26-2003, 03:10 AM   #338
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adlawoo: I have never run my rear diff anything thinner than 5K, on my negative diff, 10K is what I always been running in my RR/EVO. After I have change to 05 my negative and LSD are sitting on my tool box. Too bad the negative diff can't fit in the 05 if not I will like to try it in a shaft drive, I belive the punch out of corner will be super.
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Joehwee thanks for the info but I am using TCD diffs not LSD.
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Gijoe: TCD = LSD
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Thanks I didn't know.
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vones: Yes you can, Ito is running LSD with 30K oil in his EVO during the HK international Race. I have used both the LSD and Negative diff in my V1RR, the Negative work better.
How do you know this? Did you see him at the race? Is this recent or last november (2002)?

Just interested to see how he went!!
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adlawoo: I have never run my rear diff anything thinner than 5K, on my negative diff, 10K is what I always been running in my RR/EVO. After I have change to 05 my negative and LSD are sitting on my tool box. Too bad the negative diff can't fit in the 05 if not I will like to try it in a shaft drive, I belive the punch out of corner will be super.
Thanks Joehwee! I will try 5K, then 10K next(on my Trinity Reflex). BTW, have you ever break any part in the Neg Diff.? I'm just thinking ahead, if somehow something breaks - maybe you know where to get parts for it.

About the 05...by now, the 39T is probably available already. Thus this makes the 05 go faster in/out of the corner or give more top speed w/ the stock gearing?

Can't wait to run it anymore...it's just too cold here and I only ran my 05 twice....
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What compound tires is everyone running? Right now I am using a harder front and softer rear. Either 42, 40 or 40, 37. The car is good off power but has a nagging push on power. Tried about eveything set-up wise and still now enough steering. I'm betting the same compound all around would solve my problems.
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AMGRacer: You can find Ito setup for his EVO with the LSD from Kyosho Website. You can also find his setup for his FW05R there.

Adlawoo: I have not break anything in the Negative diff, cos the diff design is very simple and bullet proof. The diff use most of the parts from the normal kyosho diff expect one outdrive and the clutch. The only thing you will need to change is the clutch.

As for the 39T crown gear, I have already have mine and it is the steel one, which will definately last longer and hope it can help in the under-geared of the 05.

Racing4Evo: I have always been running the same compound tyres - 35/35, 37/37 and 40/40. So far I still do not require to used softer compound in the front like my RR/Evo.
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