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Old 09-02-2010, 08:32 AM   #2941
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i know for that gallery.
i mean a photo from pietsch's car that show the diff parts that he used.
i can see some parts in page 17-18 but i can't see a lot of difference.
maybe it's my eyes!
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Does not look like a mugen clutch.
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I have two gallons on my 733 and was wondering how often I should change the diff oil.
The minimum is At least every 1 hour of total run-time, this is to all brands of car.
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Old 09-02-2010, 01:06 PM   #2944
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Why in this photo Bearingblock-2sp-alu left and right are different of the original and I think that also the Bearingblock rr up alu is different... thanks...

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_TqHxNOPef8..._6065048_n.jpg
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Old 09-02-2010, 01:43 PM   #2945
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Why in this photo Bearingblock-2sp-alu left and right are different of the original and I think that also the Bearingblock rr up alu is different... thanks...

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_TqHxNOPef8..._6065048_n.jpg
they are that was done for the worlds i think it maybe coming out in the future .
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Old 09-02-2010, 01:44 PM   #2946
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Why in this photo Bearingblock-2sp-alu left and right are different of the original and I think that also the Bearingblock rr up alu is different... thanks...

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_TqHxNOPef8..._6065048_n.jpg
If you read back a page or 2, Paolo mentions that those are going to be optional parts.
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Old 09-02-2010, 02:00 PM   #2947
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If you read back a page or 2, Paolo mentions that those are going to be optional parts.
Thanks...
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Old 09-02-2010, 06:20 PM   #2948
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Has any one had issues with bearing on the diff melting the diff housing. i have checked all my bearings and some are gritty so i have replaced them now. Could any one recomend a good site for new bearing kit. I race nearly every sunday since april and the car is awsome out of the box
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Has any one had issues with bearing on the diff melting the diff housing. i have checked all my bearings and some are gritty so i have replaced them now. Could any one recomend a good site for new bearing kit. I race nearly every sunday since april and the car is awsome out of the box
The bearings are apparently oiled, not greased, so I would suggest keeping a very close eye on them.

I run ABEC35 bearings. Here are the sizes you need for the entire car:

1 x 5x10 x4mm Type-X economy ball bearings

1 x 5x8 x2.5mm general economy ball bearings, ABEC 5 *Shield Type : 2 x metal shields

1 x 6x13 x5mm Type-X economy ball bearings

1 x 6x10 x3Fmm Type-X economy flange ball bearings

1 x Serpent 710, 720, 733 ball bearing set (XSO)
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Old 09-02-2010, 11:56 PM   #2950
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The bearings are apparently oiled, not greased, so I would suggest keeping a very close eye on them.

I run ABEC35 bearings. Here are the sizes you need for the entire car:

1 x 5x10 x4mm Type-X economy ball bearings

1 x 5x8 x2.5mm general economy ball bearings, ABEC 5 *Shield Type : 2 x metal shields

1 x 6x13 x5mm Type-X economy ball bearings

1 x 6x10 x3Fmm Type-X economy flange ball bearings

1 x Serpent 710, 720, 733 ball bearing set (XSO)
so do u like the bearings, how do they compare to say acer or boca and the cheap 3racing types

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Old 09-03-2010, 12:43 AM   #2951
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so do u like the bearings, how do they compare to say acer or boca and the cheap 3racing types

Mitch
I've used them in most of my cars, good quality, never had one fail.
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Old 09-03-2010, 01:52 AM   #2952
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awesome, u said they are oiled not greased, do u oil them after a club day or do they last a while with out oiling, also if u do re-oil what oil do you use

thanks again

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hi guys,
can anyone tell me should i use the anti roll bar at the rear after
installing the dls system.
i got mine 2 days ago. looks good
i read some news say that is design for without the use of rear anti roll bar

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hi guys,
can anyone tell me should i use the anti roll bar at the rear after
installing the dls system.
i got mine 2 days ago. looks good
i read some news say that is design for without the use of rear anti roll bar

tks

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You can see in the pics on RedRC that Paolo and Salven used it, but Kimbrow didnt. Just try it, its another tuning option. Its not a yes or no answer.
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http://events.redrc.net/wp-content/g...rpentdls-3.jpg

Did anyone notice the 2speed bulkhead and rear bulkhead, are different with stock car? And they linked together with plastic-like column.

Kind surprise no one seems say anything about it on forum, all focus is on DLS/DAX (which I personally think just marketing buzz)
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