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Old 06-19-2005, 03:06 PM   #3061
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What rear diff oil should i use with the one way? Its for a med size track.

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Old 06-19-2005, 05:34 PM   #3062
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I like the stock 30,000wt oil in the rear when I`m running the front one way.
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Old 06-19-2005, 09:07 PM   #3063
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What rear diff oil should i use with the one way? Its for a med size track.

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if i am running on a track with good traction, i used 30k. if the track is ok, but a little loose, i mix 30k with 10k. if the traction is no good at all, i use 10k.
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Old 06-19-2005, 10:47 PM   #3064
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What is a good place to buy tires?
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Old 06-20-2005, 09:08 AM   #3065
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Try competition rc and order some GQ tires. $8.99 a pair.
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Old 06-20-2005, 12:11 PM   #3066
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Does anyone know if there are stronger pillow balls than the stock ones? Are the Evola ones the same, as far as size and material?
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Old 06-20-2005, 12:27 PM   #3067
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Does anyone know if there are stronger pillow balls than the stock ones? Are the Evola ones the same, as far as size and material?
I put in the Kyosho Titanium ones In my V-one R, then re-used them in my FW05, they have not even bent, best $65 I've ever spent.
Before them I lost a suspension arm nearly every meeting due to the ball snapping off too far inside the suspension arm to recover.
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Old 06-20-2005, 03:12 PM   #3068
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Check out this post. I think it says good overall.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthre...07#post1652407
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what is the piece that actually creates the 2 degree offset in the rear on the world edition? i.e. what exactly do i need th change to have no offset?
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I put in the Kyosho Titanium ones In my V-one R, then re-used them in my FW05, they have not even bent, best $65 I've ever spent.
Before them I lost a suspension arm nearly every meeting due to the ball snapping off too far inside the suspension arm to recover.
Thanks, Nimo. I'll look into those.
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what is the piece that actually creates the 2 degree offset in the rear on the world edition? i.e. what exactly do i need th change to have no offset?
VSW007
This will give the rear drive shafts a 2mm offset so you can run 0mm offset wheels.
I've done it to mine.
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I saw 3Racing makes titanium ones.

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This will give the rear drive shafts a 2mm offset so you can run 0mm offset wheels.
I've done it to mine.
thanks nimo.
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Does anyone know if there are stronger pillow balls than the stock ones? Are the Evola ones the same, as far as size and material?
In addition to NiMo's suggestion, the black Evolva ones are great too. They are very strong and you will never have to worry about them bending again.
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I saw 3Racing makes titanium ones.
3Racing Ti bends just by blowing on them.
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In addition to NiMo's suggestion, the black Evolva ones are great too. They are very strong and you will never have to worry about them bending again.
Jeffrey, I take it that they're a little more $ than the V-one PB's, but a lot less than Kyosho Ti PB's. Thanks for the info. I'll check with RC Champs to see if they have both of them.
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