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Old 07-25-2010, 06:49 PM   #1
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Can someone please explain how the diff works in an ntc3??? For racing how should I set it up ( 1 way, locked etc.) does it actually displace different power to all 4 wheels..?? How does the one way work.. What is better.. Thanks
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i raced mine with a bunch of different diff setups,

still found the diff - diff to be better than one way - diff or spool - diff.

just remember to rebuild and properly lube everything after a run or two, or you'll shred diffs like i did.
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Thanks for the info... Is the diff-diff the stock and did you use the steel diff gears... I'm putting a max xxl3 .12 in it and have head the diffs have alot of problems.. Just trying to find out the best way to set it up..
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You'll need steel diff for that engine but they're pretty hard to come by. Ofna ld3 pro diffs are what ppl say to use, I've never found it
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what exactly am i looking for in steel diffs.... the pions only or do i need the complete diff assembly or both.. not rally sure.. do you know of a link that would discribe what i need or even show.. thanks for the help man
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http://www.rctech.net/forum/nitro-ro...-rc10ntc3.html

check in there.

youll be mostly on your own finding the diffs.

youll need every piece. When i priced it out it was about $60 to build one diff with bearings (inner diam of ld3 bearings isnt the same)
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