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Old 03-29-2006, 05:23 AM   #5581
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Anyone try Trinity Shock Oil ??

Any comment?

I'm using 50 weight on my shock on Gold rear Spring

As well as the Red Clutch shoe compare to the Stock Grey ??


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Hey guys, I know this is a general question, but I have an Integy set up station, and the paperwork that came with it is pretty vague. Does anyone have one, and if so how do you use the measurements that came along with it? I have them attached to the car, but I don't know how to make sure what i'm looking at is straight or what...
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Old 03-29-2006, 03:18 PM   #5583
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Anyone try Trinity Shock Oil ??

Any comment?

I'm using 50 weight on my shock on Gold rear Spring

As well as the Red Clutch shoe compare to the Stock Grey ??


cheers,

how do you find the red clutch shoe ?
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during the vegas race there will be signed 3R t-shirts & coffee mugs dont miss this race were the V1-RRR WILL TAKE TQ & top 10 place honors you heard it here first dont hold your breath j/k but i will be signing autographs
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Old 03-29-2006, 04:35 PM   #5586
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Got mine from
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Rcmushroom also carries it
On page 36 of the manual it is listed as well
#fmw11 Red is softer mild for shifting
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Old 03-30-2006, 05:04 AM   #5587
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how do you find the red clutch shoe ?
dun know yet as i hasn't try on it
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Old 03-30-2006, 05:06 AM   #5588
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#fmw11 Red is softer mild for shifting
so it worn out faster then the grey one ??
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Got it from Toykar Singapore
Hey hey, I thought you got it from PCK Pte Ltd, best in S'pore and JB, and some say Batam too?!

Back to the point, I believe mrgsr is asking your opinion on how the red clutch shoes perform rather than where? Dun prey prey...
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Old 03-30-2006, 05:46 AM   #5590
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Hey hey, I thought you got it from PCK Pte Ltd, best in S'pore and JB, and some say Batam too?!

Back to the point, I believe mrgsr is asking your opinion on how the red clutch shoes perform rather than where? Dun prey prey...
haha.... guess i misunderstanding his sentences..

you try it before???
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I noticed that the plastic spacers that go on the outdrives for the front one-way go on 2 different ways depending upon which side you face up/down. One option is it goes on very tight and if you flip it over it clicks in at the cup and spins freely. That is the way I have them on now. Is that correct?

When building the locked front end, you just assemble the outdrives like the rear diff, right? Then you just insert that plastic block in there on the pins and screw it together, right? And lastly, you do not use the inner flange on the gear. You just screw the gear to the housing... right?

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Picco try 15/20 or 16/20 if its a short track u still want the punch out of the turns and go 56/60

I'll try that next weekend. Didn't know I had a 15 sitting in my box......Thanks.
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Hey guys, I know this is a general question, but I have an Integy set up station, and the paperwork that came with it is pretty vague. Does anyone have one, and if so how do you use the measurements that came along with it? I have them attached to the car, but I don't know how to make sure what i'm looking at is straight or what...


David or I can help you just let us know. I don't know if you remember me but I helped you with your clutch at the hobbyshop on your RRR. Talk to you later.
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I noticed that the plastic spacers that go on the outdrives for the front one-way go on 2 different ways depending upon which side you face up/down. One option is it goes on very tight and if you flip it over it clicks in at the cup and spins freely. That is the way I have them on now. Is that correct?

When building the locked front end, you just assemble the outdrives like the rear diff, right? Then you just insert that plastic block in there on the pins and screw it together, right? And lastly, you do not use the inner flange on the gear. You just screw the gear to the housing... right?

Thanks.
the plastic locker doesnt last one race get the 3 racing one
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haha.... guess i misunderstanding his sentences..

you try it before???
Grey last longer
I tired it on my 1/8th scale also & after one run noticed a glaze on it & went back to grey
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