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Old 02-21-2003, 05:21 PM   #1411
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Heres the difference between the two one ways

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the 1 I got, part #VZ078. when I looked at the bearing there's a arrow point 1way
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Old 02-21-2003, 05:26 PM   #1412
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the 1 I got, part #VZ078. when I looked at the bearing there's a arrow point 1way
Cant those bearings be removed and reversed?

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Hmmm jsut picked my car up off the desk and theres a little patch of oil under each diff , whats the best way to stop these from leaking?
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Old 02-21-2003, 08:38 PM   #1414
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Hmmm jsut picked my car up off the desk and theres a little patch of oil under each diff , whats the best way to stop these from leaking?
on the rear replace the standard 2.6 x 6mm screws with 3 x 6mm screws, you can get a bit of extra torque onto them and they will seal. Dont try it on the front though cos it will distort the pulley.
Buy a one way for the front

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I think id like to keep brakes at the front till I learn to drive the thing at least
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I think id like to keep brakes at the front till I learn to drive the thing at least
Thats cool, try some silicone gasket sealant when you re-assemble and remember the thicker the fluid the less it leaks.

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ok thanks ill try that, at the moment its just 3000wt in the front and rear
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Old 02-21-2003, 09:03 PM   #1418
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My rear diff hasn't leaked yet... I must be a lucky one .

I got my blue head yesterday... it looks so damn sexy !
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ok thanks ill try that, at the moment its just 3000wt in the front and rear
They seem to like around 10000wt in the front for high traction tracks aroung-3000-5000 for low traction tracks. I know some guys running 50000-100000 wt in the front and its just like a solid diff.

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Just searched dads garage for some sort of sealant, is the non hardening aviation gasket sealer ok, I know I use that for gaskets on my real car, but dunno about for silcone oil?

Oh and how far up do u fill them?

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Old 02-21-2003, 09:51 PM   #1421
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on the rear replace the standard 2.6 x 6mm screws with 3 x 6mm screws, you can get a bit of extra torque onto them and they will seal. Dont try it on the front though cos it will distort the pulley.
Buy a one way for the front

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I can't get the bearing out. Anyway, can you tell me where can I get a front 1way for V 1S. thanks,
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Old 02-22-2003, 12:00 AM   #1422
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I can't get the bearing out. Anyway, can you tell me where can I get a front 1way for V 1S. thanks,
Kawahara do a one-way for the v-one-s (see my pic)

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Old 02-22-2003, 12:03 AM   #1423
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Just searched dads garage for some sort of sealant, is the non hardening aviation gasket sealer ok, I know I use that for gaskets on my real car, but dunno about for silcone oil?

Oh and how far up do u fill them?
That (gasket compund) should be fine' fill to about 2mm below the top (allows for the gear to be dropped in) and expansion.

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What does the term "Torque" mean?
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What does the term "Torque" mean?
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The moment of a force; the measure of a force's tendency to produce torsion and rotation about an axis, equal to the vector product of the radius vector from the axis of rotation to the point of application of the force and the force vector.

A turning or twisting force.

That accurate enough for you?

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