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Old 02-16-2005, 09:20 PM   #1486
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Hey all, quick question.

Can I use the front diff bevel gears out of a rr in the front diff of the rrr.

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Old 02-16-2005, 09:21 PM   #1487
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Check to see that theres no burrs in the housing......i had some very slight ones around the holes and fixed them with some steel wool.
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Old 02-16-2005, 09:26 PM   #1488
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thanks for the help. I found the problem, the 2.6 x 12 mm cap screws stuck out through the other side. I ground them down and it slipped right on.
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Old 02-16-2005, 10:42 PM   #1489
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Hey all, quick question.

Can I use the front diff bevel gears out of a rr in the front diff of the rrr.

Thank you. Tenderfoot
Yes.
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Old 02-17-2005, 02:36 AM   #1490
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Thanks guys for your help I will try a few of your ideas next race meet.
Also could anyone suggest a good setup station.

Thanks again
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Old 02-17-2005, 03:07 AM   #1491
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Thanks guys for your help I will try a few of your ideas next race meet.
Also could anyone suggest a good setup station.

Thanks again
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Well if you have the resources the Hudy All-in-One is the best in the market now. I also like the Integy one but the Hudy is a level above it.

If you are going for bargin, I have a set of used Hudy Ultimate set up system for sale. It is the older plastic one but comes with board, setup stands, ride height and droop gauge. I will take US$60 plus shipping.
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Old 02-17-2005, 05:39 AM   #1492
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2) It ran fine Thursday night during testing but come Sunday I put my PT in the car. I've heard of other people having problems with PT related glitching. Eric from SoCal also glitched that same day.
I've seen when the PT is mounted too close to the receiver it could lead to glitching.
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Old 02-17-2005, 05:55 AM   #1493
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The rumor you all are speaking of..........very true!......and soon!
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Old 02-17-2005, 08:55 AM   #1494
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I didn't notice that. I'm going to check right now. I get the parts I need from www.japan-rc.com. I see him at the track a lot and he has EVERYTHING for the car.
Where is this place located? I'm assuming all prices are in U.S. currency right?

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Old 02-17-2005, 11:01 AM   #1495
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Yeah, so far it's the chassis and fuel tank. It went half throttle into that hole at the end of the straght. Going to fix it on friday. I narrowed the problem down to two things, you tell me which you think is more likely to be the cause.

1) I cleaned the bearings out last time and just light oil and maybe the oil dried up so now the bearings are making electrical noise. The outer hub bearings were in pretty bad shape when I rebuilt them and they weren't that smooth afterwards.

2) It ran fine Thursday night during testing but come Sunday I put my PT in the car. I've heard of other people having problems with PT related glitching. Eric from SoCal also glitched that same day.

I'm going to get that Yokomo Noise Killer Set. I hope that sh*t works or else I can't afford to race!
You didn't by any chance place the PT near the RX? if so move it away at least 3 inches
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The PT is mounted in the stock location: the plactic mount above the steering servo.

I am going to buy the anti-electrical tape from Yokomo. They call it a "noise killer set. Whatever. I'm also going to stop by Airtronics next week and have them look at my radio because the blue LED broke. Looks like the gods are telling me to go back to KO.
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does kyosho make regular rear springs where the tension is not progressive. ive noticed that going from black to gold doesn't make to much of a difference since both springs are soft for the first 3 mm of travel which is more than half of actual shock travel when the car is on the ground.
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does kyosho make regular rear springs where the tension is not progressive. ive noticed that going from black to gold doesn't make to much of a difference since both springs are soft for the first 3 mm of travel which is more than half of actual shock travel when the car is on the ground.
You can use the Evolva springs too.
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Jeff are you coming to socal this saturday?
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Originally posted by Racing4Evo anti-electrical tape from Yokomo. They call it a "noise killer set.
probably just some conductive tape, wonder if it needed to be connected to the ground wire somehow. please post a picture later. thanks.
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