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Old 03-02-2005, 07:47 AM   #20371
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That's because you're too young and should be focussed on your studies anyway.
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Old 03-02-2005, 08:53 AM   #20374
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Yeah. You need to study. However, if you want, you can only take a peek at Britney Spears.
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Old 03-02-2005, 10:07 AM   #20375
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Default Diff building

He,

there are a lot of other story's about building the diff.. now i polisched the disks and put a very think grease on the thrust-bearing... the balls and diff rings get only a small amount of greace...

Not that's my storry.. what are you story's or, can i find any hint's and tips ? ( i already read julius and glen' articls...)
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Old 03-02-2005, 07:12 PM   #20376
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Cyclops, it's actually very simple for me. Firstly, I smear the Mugen Super Grease on a paper towel (a little bit less than 1 cm worth of grease) and rub all the diff balls evenly on the paper towel with these sticky grease. Nothing on the diff plates. Pop the diff balls in and start assembling the diff. Of course the thrust bearing inside the diff is lube with the Mugen Super Grease also.

Secondly, build the diff and makes sure without the diff collar, the diffs are tightened just enough that the diff pulley does not slip when you turn it hard.

So far after over a year of running, I am still using the same diff balls and diff plates. The diff stays very smooth still and I have only serviced it like 4 or 5 times only.

I believe Serpent is going to release a tool (or I thought already released) to make the job easier to ensure the diff pulley is tight and does not slip.
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Thx for the help.. no polisching for you then?

I think i'll try mugen super grease then :-)

The tool i have, we got it at a technical meeting of serpent at our local club...
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Thx for the help.. no polisching for you then?

I think i'll try mugen super grease then :-)

The tool i have, we got it at a technical meeting of serpent at our local club...
Don't tell anyone..... but there is also another tip with the diif.....put a thin coating of super grease on the part of the diff which is underneath the diff clamp - this improves the operation of the diff.

Cheers, Mark.
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Old 03-03-2005, 03:21 AM   #20379
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I believe Serpent is going to release a tool (or I thought already released) to make the job easier to ensure the diff pulley is tight and does not slip.
I'm sure I saw pictures of it, but maybe it was an hallucination because of the cold

Here's one coming up for Crashed:
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Don't tell anyone..... but there is also another tip with the diif.....put a thin coating of super grease on the part of the diff which is underneath the diff clamp - this improves the operation of the diff.

Cheers, Mark.
Hehe, i knew that one... doesn't the grease wear out or just spins of? Or is that super grease that super?


ps, nobody read's it here.. you'r secret's safe!
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Hehe, i knew that one... doesn't the grease wear out or just spins of? Or is that super grease that super?


ps, nobody read's it here.. you'r secret's safe!
Cool Super secret grease - that stuff ain't going to move
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Hehe, i knew that one... doesn't the grease wear out or just spins of? Or is that super grease that super?
Well, the grease should still be there in the clamps. The residue is still stuck with the diff balls after playing the car continously every week over a few months.
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I'm sure I saw pictures of it, but maybe it was an hallucination because of the cold

Here's one coming up for Crashed:
I was just cleaning my car the other day and was telling myself '..the only thing that's purple on my car are these damn hexes...yuk' and NOW...
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Don't tell anyone..... but there is also another tip with the diif.....put a thin coating of super grease on the part of the diff which is underneath the diff clamp - this improves the operation of the diff.

Cheers, Mark.
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I'm sure I saw pictures of it, but maybe it was an hallucination because of the cold
Like this one?



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Here's one coming up for Crashed:

Funny that one didn't officially come out on mytsn after some time already. It's a clamp type aluminum hexes. Part number 802255...
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