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Old 03-29-2005, 08:08 PM   #586
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Hey, who's that hunky guy in the new CD3 ads in all the mags!?

Congrats Jeff, really nice 2 pager, wow!
The hunky mad looking guy.

Congrats on the new ad Mr. Linoo.
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Old 03-29-2005, 08:34 PM   #587
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The hunky mad looking guy.

Congrats on the new ad Mr. Linoo.
Yeah, he looks Sick Dial.
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Old 04-06-2005, 02:33 AM   #588
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Hi guys

Just want to keep this thread alive. I just got a used CD3 (converted from LD3) and hope I could get more information here. Any new setups available. We race in a tight track around here so probable setups for such at track would be welcomed. Thanks.
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Old 04-08-2005, 08:57 PM   #589
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Quick question. What's the weight of the shock oil that comes with the cd3 pro kit in the U.S ? and spring rate ?

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Old 04-09-2005, 07:41 AM   #590
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Cool diff oil where?

Can you please help me as to where I should put the diff oil? It doesn't say in the manual (diff assembly has grease, what type?). The brand and the weight of the oil you use, front and rear would be handy. Thanks in advance
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Can you please help me as to where I should put the diff oil? It doesn't say in the manual (diff assembly has grease, what type?). The brand and the weight of the oil you use, front and rear would be handy. Thanks in advance
Instead of grease, put diff oil in replacement. 100,000 should be fine. Not sure up front because I use a one-way.
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Thanks Integ32. I'll try to find the diff oil now.
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Hello again

Does anybody know where I can get the manual for the centax/power clutch for the LD3 or CD3? Thanks.
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Never mind. Thanks for the help guys.
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Hey Guys!

Have just finished reading the thread. The CD3 looks to have been very succesfull in the States. Previously i have owned both a NTC3 and a FW05-R, both cars were very good. I have been tossing up with idea of purchasing another NTC3, but having to go out an purchase Imperial hex drivers is a pain in the arse. And parts for Team Associated are not easy to come by in Australia. My main track here is concrete, and as a result will need to run on rubber tyres. Has anyone run a CD3 on rubbers? Also from reading the thread i think the CD3 Pro comes with a front one way if i am not mistaken, can someone please give me a detailed part listing of everything needed to build a front diff...

Oh, Would the TMagic X5 starter box work on with the CD3?

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Hi Hooked on.
Whatever starter box you used for your FW05 and NTC3 should work. I have used the same box for my 1/8 buggy, LD3 (same layout as NTC3) and the CD3 (layout = FW05).

For front (or rear) diff, something like this: (part # - HN-xxx) - double check #'s wont you
1 of LS04 6 Gears Diff (12T x2, 10Tx4)
1 of L03 LD3 Cap Joint for Diff (comes with 2)
1 of L01 LD3 Gear Case
1 of L31 LD3 Diff. Gaskets x 3

1 of L05 LD3 Bevel Gear 40T
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1 of LS02B CNC Steel Bevel Gear (recommended)

You will also need: (sorry dont have part #'s on me)
10x15 bearings x2
2.5mm E-clip x2
5x10 washer/shim x2
5x8 o-ring x2
M2x6 (or M2x8 I think?) flat head screws x4

You can Download the CD3 RTR manual at
http://www.ofna.com/pdf/cd3-rtr.pdf
or the LD3 pro manual at
http://www.ofna.com/pdf/ld3-pro.pdf

But part numbers are wrong for us outside the USA. http://www.hongnor.com/ have a listing of most the parts.

I run my LD3/CD3 on rubbers at one track, its only small but seems to go fine.
BTW while your spending money think about the alloy sway bar holders and lower arm mounts

So you liked the FW05? Few mates have them - Didn't seem to impressed with the soft crown gears compared to my cheaper kit with tough CNC gears.
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Hi Hooked on.
Whatever starter box you used for your FW05 and NTC3 should work. I have used the same box for my 1/8 buggy, LD3 (same layout as NTC3) and the CD3 (layout = FW05).

For front (or rear) diff, something like this: (part # - HN-xxx) - double check #'s wont you
1 of LS04 6 Gears Diff (12T x2, 10Tx4)
1 of L03 LD3 Cap Joint for Diff (comes with 2)
1 of L01 LD3 Gear Case
1 of L31 LD3 Diff. Gaskets x 3

1 of L05 LD3 Bevel Gear 40T
or
1 of LS02B CNC Steel Bevel Gear (recommended)

You will also need: (sorry dont have part #'s on me)
10x15 bearings x2
2.5mm E-clip x2
5x10 washer/shim x2
5x8 o-ring x2
M2x6 (or M2x8 I think?) flat head screws x4

You can Download the CD3 RTR manual at
http://www.ofna.com/pdf/cd3-rtr.pdf
or the LD3 pro manual at
http://www.ofna.com/pdf/ld3-pro.pdf

But part numbers are wrong for us outside the USA. http://www.hongnor.com/ have a listing of most the parts.

I run my LD3/CD3 on rubbers at one track, its only small but seems to go fine.
BTW while your spending money think about the alloy sway bar holders and lower arm mounts

So you liked the FW05? Few mates have them - Didn't seem to impressed with the soft crown gears compared to my cheaper kit with tough CNC gears.
au_Nightmare:

Thanks for your response... I did like the FW05, i had to upgrade the crown gears to the steel ones. I had a bit of a look at the online stores in HK (RCModel & RC-Mushroom) and even Radio Models in Perth, none of them seem to have a lot listed for the CD3. Is there any better places?

One question regarding the diff etc, if i bought 2 x Pro spec CD3's could i use the parts from the second rear diff to build a front diff? Or would there be other parts i would need as well?

Also, is there much in the way of any geometry difference between the CD3 and FW05???

Thanks in advance...

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Hey Hooked on
If you have MSN/ICQ/AIM or YAHOO PM me details so we can talk - well type..

Yes 2 kits work well, the rear diff can go in the front + u get all the spares. When I first got my LD3 I got 2 kits just so I am not in the position where I drove hours to race then a $5 part ruin my day
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If you have MSN/ICQ/AIM or YAHOO PM me details so we can talk - well type..

Yes 2 kits work well, the rear diff can go in the front + u get all the spares. When I first got my LD3 I got 2 kits just so I am not in the position where I drove hours to race then a $5 part ruin my day
You have PM!

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Can I just change the 1.0 spurs from my 2 speed assembly to the 0.8 gears or do I have to replace the whole assembly? I can use the mugen centax and pinions on the cd3 when I have the 0.8 spurs right?
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