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Old 03-09-2005, 10:10 AM   #1696
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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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Grinder did this to his one-way to make it into a solid a few post ago, and i beleive that it is reversible by removing the set screw.
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Old 03-09-2005, 10:13 AM   #1697
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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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Old 03-09-2005, 11:04 AM   #1698
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Other than Tower Hobbies were can I get spur and pinion for RRR in the U.S by Friday?
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Old 03-09-2005, 12:02 PM   #1699
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Other than Tower Hobbies were can I get spur and pinion for RRR in the U.S by Friday?
Try here http://www.japan-rc.com/cgi-bin/japa...ws_main_10.cgi
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Where can I find setups for the RRR WC? I've looked att kyosho.com, but haven't found any.

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try this


Grinder did this to his one-way to make it into a solid a few post ago, and i beleive that it is reversible by removing the set screw.
Well, the one-way diff has 2 one-way bearings, which are irreversibly destroyed after you drill them...
You may however try to remove the bearings, find suitable collars for the diff joints and so on.... but all this is too much trouble for a temporary fix.... Lets hope that the part comes in time... or that the alternative of fixing the striped plastic part with Boro 2 compound hard epoxy putty may last for one race....
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Well, the one-way diff has 2 one-way bearings, which are irreversibly destroyed after you drill them...
You may however try to remove the bearings, find suitable collars for the diff joints and so on.... but all this is too much trouble for a temporary fix.... Lets hope that the part comes in time... or that the alternative of fixing the striped plastic part with Boro 2 compound hard epoxy putty may last for one race....
how about shoe gloo in the diff!
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I noticed that RC-Mushroom have a range of East parts for the RRR. Has any tried these? What`s the quality like?
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I don't think shoegoo will get hard enough. Need some solid epoxy or may jbweld to lock the gears. Probably better off getting an aluminum solid axle adapter.
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shoegoo will work, i have done it with a mugen diff,
after you fill diff leave one screw out so air will get to it and it will be hard as a rock the next day !!!!
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I noticed that RC-Mushroom have a range of East parts for the RRR. Has any tried these? What`s the quality like?
http://rc-mushroom.com/index.php?cPa...sort=1a&page=4
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hi andy, the East parts are of a very high quality, they are a japanese aftermarket company. east has an australian importer who you might be able to get those parts off cheaper once you factor in shipping. his website is www.racefactoryrcp.com
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Old 03-09-2005, 10:46 PM   #1707
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shoegoo will work, i have done it with a mugen diff,
after you fill diff leave one screw out so air will get to it and it will be hard as a rock the next day !!!!
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Really? For how many laps did it work?
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Hi to all,

Im planning to get a new Novarossi engine, can you advise me if you know some engine which is better than nova.

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Really? For how many laps did it work?
still holding great after 3 races!
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