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Old 05-24-2010, 08:10 PM   #2431
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Old 05-24-2010, 08:13 PM   #2432
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is there a way to tell which ones you got?
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Old 05-24-2010, 08:25 PM   #2433
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Hey Robert,

Great job this past weekend. Your car looked very good.
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Hey Robert,

Great job this past weekend. Your car looked very good.
Yeah it got alot better with the changes i made and the new motor and two speed finally came in....oh and thanks for the sick paint work Smiley, ive never seen a body turn out so good for a 24 hour turn around! i hope someone got some action shots.....here's a pic before stickers.....please ignore the ugly guy in the pic (me)...focus only on the paint

P.S dont forget that i want you to do all my bodies including the one that jeremy's going to give you later this week. Keep up the good work!
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Hey so yesterday I finished installing an RB Concept R3 That was modded by Rick Brake himself it now has 5 PORTS and should be freaky fast... We shall see!

My question is do you guys running the 733 usually change anything on your setup when you run an engine that you know will run faster??? Since the car will get from corner to corner quicker?
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Hey so yesterday I finished installing an RB Concept R3 That was modded by Rick Brake himself it now has 5 PORTS and should be freaky fast... We shall see!

My question is do you guys running the 733 usually change anything on your setup when you run an engine that you know will run faster??? Since the car will get from corner to corner quicker?
I wouldn't change anything until you put it on the track. Run it with your normal setup so you can see if it's faster.
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Xceed composite gear-sets for 733 geardiffs.

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Old 05-26-2010, 03:24 PM   #2438
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Gotcha Robert, !
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Old 05-27-2010, 03:45 AM   #2439
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Isn't any form of grease actually to "sticky" for the needles?
Or is the grease you are talking about more a sort of an oil?
And doesn't the one way lube work good enough?, or do you need to relube it to often then.
I know the one way lube works perfect one the "older" type of one ways....
Can I use the diff oil to lube the one way bearing? If so, the 30k, 50k, or something else? Do I generally want a grease or thin oil on the one way bearing?

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Old 05-27-2010, 03:49 AM   #2440
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Can I use the diff oil to lube the one way bearing? If so, the 30k, 50k, or something else? Do I generally want a grease or thin oil on the one way bearing?

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I use oneway lube, but according to DJ, the newer one way bearings have a tighter fit. I have 1 new bearing in my box, but not used it yet, so I can not comment on that....

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I have the newer one with the tight fit.

If I can use Diff oil, which one should I use? The thickest one, or the thinnest one?
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I have the newer one with the tight fit.

If I can use Diff oil, which one should I use? The thickest one, or the thinnest one?
try the black grease, or as i use, Ball diff grease. the diff oil may just fly straight out.
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try the black grease, or as i use, Ball diff grease. the diff oil may just fly straight out.

I don't know of any of those. The black grease, is that something that came with the kit?

So basically I want a rather thick grease, so that it won't get flung straight out?
Can I take some grease from a bucket at work? It's the kind of grease that does not run, it has a pretty high viscosity.
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I don't know of any of those. The black grease, is that something that came with the kit?

So basically I want a rather thick grease, so that it won't get flung straight out?
Can I take some grease from a bucket at work? It's the kind of grease that does not run, it has a pretty high viscosity.
the black grease i believe is the Xceed Black grease. i wouldnt use a general purpose Automotive grease, it may do more damage than good. some rubbers and plastics dont like it, maybe the plastic retainer inside may disolve over some time. Ball diff grease can be baught at most Hobby shops i would believe. it is used in EP ball diffs.
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Old 05-27-2010, 06:51 AM   #2445
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Ah, ok. Thanks for you help

Will this one do for example?

http://www.globy.no/page/products/142224/

Do I have to take the "gearbox" apart to put the grease on? Where exactly do I put the grease? (I sound like a newbie because I am one )
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