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Old 06-14-2007, 08:37 AM   #9391
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i have a new rear bulkhead that i may try
im actually thinking of upgrading to a rrr evo it has a new rear end
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Old 06-14-2007, 10:09 AM   #9392
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I never had this slop whith stock brake hub. With Evo brake pullley I had one time. What I used to do is screw the pulley first pushing into bulkhead, so than go to 2nd shoe and main screw. It works good for me
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Old 06-14-2007, 05:27 PM   #9393
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i have always had an issue with the side to side movement in my 2 speed shaft. have you guys had to shim this? i found that by placing some shims between the brake disk holder and pinion gear the slop gets minimal but no one else that has a rrr at my track has had to do t his..weird i think?
I use shims, also.
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Old 06-15-2007, 01:33 AM   #9394
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i have always had an issue with the side to side movement in my 2 speed shaft. have you guys had to shim this? i found that by placing some shims between the brake disk holder and pinion gear the slop gets minimal but no one else that has a rrr at my track has had to do t his..weird i think?
i use shims between the bulkhead and the side pulley to get rid of MOST of the slop. i still leave a little slop in their otherwise this can cause gears to strip.
as with any car, a little slop is better than having the parts bind up. my front caster has soo much slop that i can move the arm an extra 1mm back and forth. (i reckon i could put another caster clip in there)
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Old 06-15-2007, 01:39 AM   #9395
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i put a shim/washer in there too (between the 2 speed and 1st gear housing)

also can shim up the slop with the 3x5mm shims i think they are, you are right though, you dont want to overshim anything and cause binding
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Old 06-15-2007, 04:36 AM   #9396
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i have always had an issue with the side to side movement in my 2 speed shaft. have you guys had to shim this? i found that by placing some shims between the brake disk holder and pinion gear the slop gets minimal but no one else that has a rrr at my track has had to do t his..weird i think?
so far, i didnt shim any of this before. And it still perform as good as it without any problem of stripping gear nor spur.
there will be some movement between the 2 speedshaft, and its normal.
as long you mash the gearing good and tighten the engine mount correctly.
you will not facing any problem at all.
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Old 06-16-2007, 08:47 PM   #9397
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Would a Diff or a One-Way be better for the front??
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Old 06-16-2007, 09:52 PM   #9398
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Would a Diff or a One-Way be better for the front??
i think this depend on few factors such as track condition, car setup , drivers requirement etc....but for me i like d one way better than the fr diff...i suggest u try them both and see which one u really like and make u faster and consistent....
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Would a Diff or a One-Way be better for the front??
One-ways are good for sweeping tracks where you don't need to do a lot of braking. A diff or solid is good for tracks with a lot of turns and you need to brake quite a bit. With a one-way, because you're only braking with two wheels instead of four, the rear may have a tendency of coming around on you under heaving braking.

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Thanks guys.
I guess I'll be keeping the diff on.

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Thanks guys.
I guess I'll be keeping the diff on.

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You didn't come to our Off-Road Championship on Maui, did you?
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You didn't come to our Off-Road Championship on Maui, did you?
No I did not. I don't own an off-road vehicle.
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Please need your set-up..
in medium track with sweeping corner my car always push on exiting corner (on power steering).. Thanks
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