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Old 12-04-2005, 02:27 PM   #1846
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what's the stock internal ratio of this car? 2.5?
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Old 12-05-2005, 08:00 AM   #1847
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what's the stock internal ratio of this car? 2.5?
With stock 19T brake and rear side pulley = 2.526
With optional 18T brake and rear side pulley = 2.667

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Old 12-07-2005, 02:54 PM   #1848
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Still fighting set up, have Huddy bars and gauge. On my G4 mongoose do I measure from the bottom of the hub, axle or wheel. I also notice as I use the bottom of the hub and set it for 2, doesnt allow much travel in the springs??
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Old 12-07-2005, 06:58 PM   #1849
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from the bottom of the hub. much travel is not required.
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Old 12-07-2005, 11:20 PM   #1850
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Tnx for the info!!. I've been getting all kinds of ways to set the car up, wanted another opinion. Hopefully this gets me to burning up the track instead of the boards...
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Old 12-11-2005, 07:17 PM   #1851
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is RD logics even going to have a car
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hei, guys, my diff leaks, any solution?
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where does it leak from the seam??
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where does it leak from the seam??
look like it is leaking from gasket or the cover of the gear diff.
should I get the ball diff
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apply RTV silicone around the area where the gasket sits..
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My buddy raced at Rev Toys4Tots with a brand spanking new Mongoose today, I mean today was the first time the car hit the track, and won the beginners class. I attribute the win to: 1) his driving, he took his time and stayed out of trouble, and 2) he had a solid car out of the box, and 3) the chorizo and egg burrito for breakfast. Good job Rey!!! Now you can move to novice.
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chorizo and egg burrito for breakfast.

That'll do it everytime
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Old 12-12-2005, 04:32 PM   #1858
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anyone knows if the rear hubs for the v-one-rrr fits the mongoose? i like how you can change/tune the roll center in the kyosho's and ntc3's and it would be great for the mongoose to have it, most of v-one parts fit the mongoose but im not sure on this one. any help?
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I suppose you could try them. but you can tune the roll center in two places on the inboard and at least two at the hub so why go through all the effort
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anyone knows if the rear hubs for the v-one-rrr fits the mongoose? i like how you can change/tune the roll center in the kyosho's and ntc3's and it would be great for the mongoose to have it, most of v-one parts fit the mongoose but im not sure on this one. any help?

Nope, the distance between the pillows balls centers on the g4 is 20mm, but on the RRR is it 24mm.
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