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Old 05-30-2010, 06:34 PM   #1
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Hi I have a budget project with a mtx-3. It came with a one way diff that is no good on small tracks that I race at. I have a spare one way diff as well. So here is my idea, to put ca glue in the one way on the car to make it a spool up front. I am thinking this will allow me to use brake on the small tracks I run on. anybody ever try this?
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We once thought of drilling holes in it but never tried it, if you don't have a spare i would'nt suggest it. kawahara made a locker for the diff if you can get one of those.
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