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Old 03-07-2005, 06:50 PM   #1681
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you going to naples?
Not sure about Naples. Definately not on Saturday. Might go on Sunday.
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Not sure about Naples. Definately not on Saturday. Might go on Sunday.
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Old 03-07-2005, 09:12 PM   #1683
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Not sure about Naples. Definately not on Saturday. Might go on Sunday.
also, when i am at a stand still and give it gas it shifts to the left. that might be a bearing???
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Old 03-07-2005, 09:30 PM   #1684
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also, when i am at a stand still and give it gas it shifts to the left. that might be a bearing???
If you're referring to the 710, that might be the rear diff problem. Take it out and look for somebody at the track to build it for you so that the pulley does not slip.

See the article here from Julius about building the rear diff correctly.
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Old 03-08-2005, 04:40 AM   #1685
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Yes, they are MRX4 shocks. I liked the Kyosho shocks, but they leaked, even after a rebuild they soon leaked. I put the Mugen shocks on and have not had to do a rebuild yet. A friend of mine put the Mugen bladders in his Kyosho shocks. He said it fixed the leak.
We chased a leaking shock for some time, too - turned out to be a split in one of the HC diaphrams. The same thing happened to a friend just a couple of weeks ago. Not sure what causes it.
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Old 03-08-2005, 04:43 AM   #1686
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The front is the same as the regular RRR meaning you use 0 deg. offset wheels. The rear on the other had requires 2 deg. offset wheels to make width. It's just the universals that are causing this. You can replace them with the normal ones that include a 2mm spacer, use 2 deg. offset wheels or insert a 2mm hexx spacer between the hex and wheel.
I prefer the Skyline aluminum wheel hexes. Much easier to take on and off, and they are a better fit.
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I prefer the Skyline aluminum wheel hexes. Much easier to take on and off, and they are a better fit.
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does anybody have the spring rate or diam and coils for the front and rear spring in silver, black, and gold. i know which is harder i just wanted to know how much of a jump it is between springs.
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Front Springs are 1.7mm
silver- 5.5 turns
Black- 5 turns
gold - 4.5

Rear springs are also 1.7mm
silver - 6.5
black - 6.0
gold - 5.5
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Old 03-08-2005, 03:37 PM   #1690
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Default Front Diff Problem

Last sunday, I destroyed the plastic part that makes the front diff a solid one. I ordered it but I haven't reveive it yet. In 5 days we have the first race for this year's championship.
What can I do? Is there a way to convert the one way diff to solid with out ruining it? (our track REQUIRES a solid front diff!!!)
If there is not any other way, how should I convert it to solid for sure?

Thanx for your imediate replies!!!

P.S. Gia sou Foti!!!
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I hope your ordered the 3racing aluminium one! The plastic one is no good

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They do wear out pretty quick. K factory has the hardened pinion that will work for 2nd gear but no one that I know makes the smaller ones for the first gear.
Kawahara have them on their site.

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Front Springs are 1.7mm
silver- 5.5 turns
Black- 5 turns
gold - 4.5

Rear springs are also 1.7mm
silver - 6.5
black - 6.0
gold - 5.5

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Last sunday, I destroyed the plastic part that makes the front diff a solid one. I ordered it but I haven't reveive it yet. In 5 days we have the first race for this year's championship.
What can I do? Is there a way to convert the one way diff to solid with out ruining it? (our track REQUIRES a solid front diff!!!)
If there is not any other way, how should I convert it to solid for sure?

Thanx for your imediate replies!!!

P.S. Gia sou Foti!!!
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Last sunday, I destroyed the plastic part that makes the front diff a solid one. I ordered it but I haven't reveive it yet. In 5 days we have the first race for this year's championship.
What can I do? Is there a way to convert the one way diff to solid with out ruining it? (our track REQUIRES a solid front diff!!!)
If there is not any other way, how should I convert it to solid for sure?

Thanx for your imediate replies!!!

P.S. Gia sou Foti!!!
Maybe you should have your friend Fotis temporarily rebuild and reinforce the damaged part and stop bothering the people here about how to convert the one-way to a solid... since it is an irreversible conversion.....
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