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Old 06-06-2006, 06:20 PM   #7201
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when installing a front diff what is the best ackerman plate to use ?
i tried using the standard the stock 11 but the diff case binds at the ackerman plate.

is their a smaller diff case or do you guys just dremel down the casing ??
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Old 06-06-2006, 06:26 PM   #7202
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damn you are so efficient thanks heaps!

would the 10 ackerman give more or less steering ?

should i check the faq first hehe
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Old 06-06-2006, 07:46 PM   #7203
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damn you are so efficient thanks heaps!

would the 10 ackerman give more or less steering ?

should i check the faq first hehe


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Old 06-06-2006, 10:26 PM   #7204
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can you tell much a difference to driving with ackerman plates ?

i got it working with the 11 by dremeling down the diff case
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Old 06-06-2006, 11:12 PM   #7205
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Old 06-07-2006, 05:44 AM   #7206
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1 ) how often you guys lub the one-way bearing ? From the 1st spur gear one-way and the front one-way..... and what kind of oil you recommemder.... currently, i'm using Trinity normal oil bearing to do the job, is it ok to do so ?

2) does anyone using this gearing match : 16/23T pinion, 60/55T spur?
understand that the second gear is the top speed ration.


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1 ) how often you guys lub the one-way bearing ? From the 1st spur gear one-way and the front one-way..... and what kind of oil you recommemder.... currently, i'm using Trinity normal oil bearing to do the job, is it ok to do so ?

2) does anyone using this gearing match : 16/23T pinion, 60/55T spur?
understand that the second gear is the top speed ration.


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i usually find using serpent one way lube works for me as its verry thin.
only when they get too grimmey do i cleen and lube them, but guys tell me that i should just leave them and change them when they go.
i think that prevention is better than the cure though
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Old 06-07-2006, 11:35 AM   #7208
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1 ) how often you guys lub the one-way bearing ? From the 1st spur gear one-way and the front one-way..... and what kind of oil you recommemder.... currently, i'm using Trinity normal oil bearing to do the job, is it ok to do so ?

2) does anyone using this gearing match : 16/23T pinion, 60/55T spur?
understand that the second gear is the top speed ration.


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Recommend one-way oil....serpent sells a good one way oil
the gearing that your showing....I have used it...but it depends on the size of the track...I used on a rather large layout
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Old 06-07-2006, 11:42 AM   #7209
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Agree with the above, Serpent 1-way oil is the ONLY oil I'll ever put in a 1-way.

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again with the ball bearings how to remove the rear ball bearing to replace it with a new one.???? anyone has done this at his own?

i warmed the engine at ~90-100C but i can not remove it, it has moved a bit and then stoped. i don't know how to remove it totally..


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Recommend one-way oil....serpent sells a good one way oil
the gearing that your showing....I have used it...but it depends on the size of the track...I used on a rather large layout
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Agree with the above, Serpent 1-way oil is the ONLY oil I'll ever put in a 1-way.

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Check out the RB website dude!!!
They have super instuctions on engine works...
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Hi all... I have recently bought a rrr 2nd hand. The car is going well however i find on our track that it doesnt grip really well. It tends to slide out going around corners a fair bit. I would have to say our track is fairly low grip as it is set up in a carparking lot. Im just woundering what set up advice you could give me. I also run a front one way , and i also use grippy tyres all round. 26 35 front & 30 35 rear.

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does your car start the race with grip then thegrip falls ?
if so maybe try a harder tyre like a 37shore, the 35s could be warmingup too quick

set the car back to factory setting unless you know what the previous owner has it set to and work from there.

try a lighter oil in the rear diff like 10000wt or even 7000wt.

softer springs and also work with roll centres

when does the car slide out ? on or off power ?
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