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Old 02-02-2006, 01:44 AM   #4861
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Hey William, nice to hear the good news, I will be at CP this weekend, just let me know if you need anything

Hey Walter... Guess who else got a RRR/WC... I'll be at CP Saturday morning... See you there.

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Old 02-02-2006, 05:20 AM   #4862
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Jag, I use the shield, but the plugs are on the other end. I use a piece of bicycle innertube to cover the plugs. I just pull the innertube out of the way and plug the battery in. When my girlfriend gets home from Las Vegas, I'll take a photo and sent it to you. If she is willing to give my camera back. lol...
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Old 02-02-2006, 06:35 AM   #4863
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Jag, I use the shield, but the plugs are on the other end. I use a piece of bicycle innertube to cover the plugs. I just pull the innertube out of the way and plug the battery in. When my girlfriend gets home from Las Vegas, I'll take a photo and sent it to you. If she is willing to give my camera back. lol...
Mine is setup similar except on my Futaba receiver the power wire is right next to the gas tank. It makes the wire very difficult to access. I might have to rotate the receiver 180 deg. and get rid of the shield, or at least part of it, so I can get to the power wire.

If you get a chance (if your girlfriend lets you ) send/post a pic.

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Old 02-02-2006, 06:54 AM   #4864
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Hi Guys,

is that a faster way to change the rear belt ?
understand that we unscew 2 from the shock tower , 4 scew from the read bulk cover, and we can easily take out the rear diff. and how about the next step?
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Old 02-02-2006, 11:33 AM   #4865
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is that a faster way to change the rear belt ?
understand that we unscew 2 from the shock tower , 4 scew from the read bulk cover, and we can easily take out the rear diff. and how about the next step?
you have to take the tranny apart by sliding the shaft so the belt comes off. it should'nt take to long.
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Old 02-02-2006, 11:56 AM   #4866
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We've tried all kinds of tricks and shortcuts to replace the rear belt but in the end we found it took longer than removing the entire rear bulkhead from the car before you remove the belt.

The easiest way is to take the bulkhead off the chassis(8 screws).

Remove the diff holders(4screws).

Remove the pulleys and 2 speed.

Slide out the 2 speed shaft.

Then remove the belt and reverse the steps.
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Old 02-02-2006, 12:34 PM   #4867
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We've tried all kinds of tricks and shortcuts to replace the rear belt but in the end we found it took longer than removing the entire rear bulkhead from the car before you remove the belt.

The easiest way is to take the bulkhead off the chassis(8 screws).

Remove the diff holders(4screws).

Remove the pulleys and 2 speed.

Slide out the 2 speed shaft.

Then remove the belt and reverse the steps.
Peter from what I understand u can remove the 2speed w/out taking out the bulkhead.
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Old 02-02-2006, 05:13 PM   #4868
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I don't know WHAT you guys are talking about? All you have to do is take out the 2 screw for the diff covers and the two screws that hold the shock tower to the same diff covers. Pull the diff covers out, slide the belt over and the diff comes out.
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Old 02-02-2006, 05:33 PM   #4869
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Maybe you should try reading the thread properly.

They are not talking about diff replacement.
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Old 02-02-2006, 06:26 PM   #4870
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I don't know WHAT you guys are talking about?
I stand corrected, sir.
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Old 02-02-2006, 07:01 PM   #4871
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Just finishing building my RRR WC, I really like the way it turn out very well built, it is better than my kit from last year which was a mongoose. I also notice that a lot plastic pieces have to be cut out meaning everytime I cut out a piece I had to smooth off the piece with a zacto knife which was very time consuming which is my only complaint. It reminded me when I use to build model cars, I wish all the pieces came precut. Now it's time to go have fun with it at the track.
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IVAN do you like the finnished product better than the goose im also switching to the 3rrr from the goose
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IVAN do you like the finnished product better than the goose im also switching to the 3rrr from the goose
Yes, It is a big diffrence in Qaulity Also the way the pieces fit together no problems I would reccommed getting rid of the mongoose and get a RRR WC you will not be sorry.
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ill be comming to crystal shortly to test havent been down there since wcnc
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Most likely I'll be at revelation on Feb.12 for the club race also going to practice and test some set ups this week on tues. at rev.
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