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Old 04-25-2004, 11:19 AM   #8881
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Can i put the serpent 50wt silicine diff. lube on the truss bearing (please correct my spelling) instead of the graphice grease?

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Old 04-25-2004, 02:49 PM   #8886
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welcome to R/C. This it the best hobby in the world. You will learn a lot on this thread as did I.
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Old 04-25-2004, 02:52 PM   #8887
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Can i put the serpent 50wt silicine diff. lube on the truss bearing (please correct my spelling) instead of the graphice grease?

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The graphite grease is a powder substance; i just bought some from the LHS. I think u should try and find some. My LHS is Roy's Hobby shop in Fort Worth, TX. Check them on line at www.royshobby.com
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Old 04-25-2004, 03:08 PM   #8888
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Believe it or not , I put a parma on-road frt. bumper brace on and went full throttle into a parked car. I only shattered a frt. shock tower, everything else was fine.
Hey Pit where can I buy that bumper brace. It looks good! So with the rest of your car buddy
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Can i put the serpent 50wt silicine diff. lube on the truss bearing (please correct my spelling) instead of the graphice grease?

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Best thing for thrust bearings I've seen so far is "Mugen Super grease"

About the Graphite lube (dry powder), you can buy it in any auto parts store (autozone, trakauto, etc)
I mixed the graphite powder with 7000 diff lube and got a good sticky grey thing for thrust bearings

A good grease also is the one used for engines assembly , it has molybdene.(also at autoparts stores)

50weight oil for thrust bearing sounds kinda thin
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I previously had put AE black grease before, but I have found that i doesnt last very long.

i should try to get what the manual calls out for.

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Hey Pit where can I buy that bumper brace. It looks good! So with the rest of your car buddy
Parma Bumper Brace #8057 .... just drill your own hole for the posts and shave the ends a lil' to fit under front of the body if needed.
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Try to get the mugen super grease. It's good grease and works perfectly. One tube is enough for a season or 2 ( I think ).

http://shop.the-border.nl/customer/p...94&cat=&page=1
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Hello everybody in this tread, I am new to RC, after reading a lot in this forum, I finally decide to join. I have a 710 lately. wish every here can teach me more about this wonderful car
Welcome along enjoy the ride!
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Hey guys, i was reading the thread about putting the right amount of oil on the one-way. I put a large amout on both sides of the one-way. Will it slip? Did i put to much? Should i take it off and redo it and just smear enough on both sides.
Just put a drop of the Serpent oneway lube on the shaft and smear it all around. Put it in the oneway bearing and turn it till every roller gets lubed.
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My new horsepower!.....
Nice ! How does it compare to NS12 and Punisher's Colari Mod Sirio engine?
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