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Old 03-11-2003, 12:41 PM   #2776
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that red box is a personal transponder unit. It's something used in racing so that you don't have to attach a transponder to your body or somewhere else on the car. It's also lighter than a transponder.
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Old 03-11-2003, 01:17 PM   #2777
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Where can i get one of those?
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Old 03-11-2003, 03:33 PM   #2778
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Most clubs/tracks sell these AMB transponders (AMB is the manufacturer of these). For more information visit the AMB site : http://www.amb-it.com/amb.asp
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Old 03-11-2003, 06:49 PM   #2779
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I have just put the new white gears in my car. I have the RD Logics diff cases, Yokomo or Assoc. HD one way unit in the front. All the diff gears are the new white and the diff pinions are the new material as well.

Now, I tightened the rear diff up, but if its in your hand it turns freely and seems okay. But when I put the diff case together and have the car back, ready to run it's driveline is very tight, if I turn one rear wheel the driveshaft and front wheels tun but not the other rear wheel. And all the driveline feels very tight. Is this is the way the new gears are or is something wrong?

My entire car, with the RD Logics braces, diff cases, and shock towers, and GH hobbies chassis plate weighs 60.4 ozs. That's with PT, no fuel, and no body.
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Old 03-11-2003, 06:54 PM   #2780
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the reds is the white gears the only thing different or is everything on new.
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No just the white gears are new.
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hows the front diff feel?
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if it is just the gear just try running it in. if that don't work try
taking out the shim from the one way on one
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the front diff(one way) feels fine, and good, although when turned in reverse, is tight, too.

I have 2 spacers, behind the ring gear in the rear diff. Same as I had on the gray gears.
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WERE DID YOU ORDER THE GEARS FROM ALL i CAN FIND IS OLD ONES
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From what I gather they are the same code number. So when ordering you need to ask for the new white versions
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the problem is most dis are stocked with old gears so they are not trying to get stuck with them I have tried to ask for the white ones they say only have old onesand to try back later
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I got them from Elite Hobbies....I think its http://www.elitehobbies.com I saw on here that they were getting some gears in...
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Has anyone put the white gears in the RD Logics aluminum diff cases?
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