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Old 07-22-2004, 09:42 AM   #13396
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I need to build a front diff for use at a tight track and figure I need the following parts:

T0220 Diff Pulley
C0228 Diff Gear W/O-Ring
T0202 Diff. Cup Joint
T0207 Diff. Gasket
T0215 Joint Pin (2 x 9.8)
C0227 Spacer

I have the diff case that came with the kit. Have I forgotton anything?
Thanks in advance.
You are missing TO210 O-RINGS SET
The pulley is the same from the one-way, unless you wan't a new one.
The rest of parts is OK.
CO228 doesn't come with o-rings

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Old 07-22-2004, 09:44 AM   #13397
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....................................i cut the rear hubs down and run rubber tyres......................



Cartman, I run rubber tires too, just finished building my new Prospec, and have been doing first tests....wow!!! car is great. Had it set with your setting guide, but was wondering on your comments about cutting down rear hubs, but you don't explain why and how much, and you also post to use 3mm washers under link arm????

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Old 07-22-2004, 03:42 PM   #13398
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Can someone post the like of the setup sheet for Rubber tires. I know it was with the 1.10 cars running in the rain, but can seem to pin point the post.
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Old 07-22-2004, 04:14 PM   #13399
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Can someone post the like of the setup sheet for Rubber tires. I know it was with the 1.10 cars running in the rain, but can seem to pin point the post.

HERE: http://www.mark.christopher.btintern...uk/mugensetup/

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Old 07-22-2004, 11:28 PM   #13400
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KAWAHARA Rear Aluminum Cross-Bracket and Carbon Fiber Body Post Mounting Plate/Camber Link Mounting Plate.



This aluminum piece spans across the rear bulkheads above the rear diff. Includes all necessary hardware. New in package. Notice the "third-hole" for camber-link mounting choices....this additional mounting hole works GREAT on low-traction tracks like temporary or rubber-tire environments to stick-down the rear end on-power.

I have one of these on my car and highly recommend. I previously ordered this one from Hong-Kong...it was out of stock and was placed on backorder.....I asked for it to be canceled, and bought one at Ace Hobbies for $50........two months later, this one showed up off of backorder from HK....

PM me if you're interested.........$40 shipped USPS priority mail to US buyers (Shipping is included in the 40).

Here's a link for the item from ACE.........

http://acehardwarehobbies.com/2.2/ca...oducts_id=4491
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Old 07-22-2004, 11:59 PM   #13401
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Old 07-23-2004, 02:00 AM   #13402
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hi guys,
do you know the wheels diameter at which the standard setup (I mean ride height and drop) refers?
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Old 07-23-2004, 02:44 AM   #13403
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most tires that are made by grp(fast tyres, power tyres, ellegi, enneti) are right around 65-66 mm. I believe that is what the standard setup refers to.
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cdelong,
The cross shafts are in with C0228 it seems, and T0215 is the pins. Yeah, the descriptions leave something to be desired.

AFM,
I can't find the TO210 O-RINGS SET listed in the instructions but did find a pic on line. There seem to be quite a few different sizes in this pack, but does it include the S5 O-rings?
I did find T0244 S5 O-RING in the instructions.

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I just bought all of this from Ashford's and the cross shafts were in a bag of their own. I'll try to get the part numbers when I get home, but each thing listed below came in it's own bag.

1). cross shafts
2). gears
3). drive cups
4). shim kit
5). o-ring kit

the drive pins that hold the gears on the cross shafts were not in any of these bags- I had them in my pit box. You'll also need the 2.6mm screws from the original kit to hold the case together.
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cdelong,
The cross shafts are in with C0228 it seems, and T0215 is the pins. Yeah, the descriptions leave something to be desired.

AFM,
I can't find the TO210 O-RINGS SET listed in the instructions but did find a pic on line. There seem to be quite a few different sizes in this pack, but does it include the S5 O-rings?
I did find T0244 S5 O-RING in the instructions.

Thanks Guys.
Taylor-Racing

I recently bought a Prospec, and since we race rubber tires I had to build the front diff. so the parts listing you posted plus the TO210 o-ring set is what you need, and you'll have some extra rings of different sizes left for spares. I 've done it and built it perfectly.

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....................................i cut the rear hubs down and run rubber tyres......................



Cartman, I run rubber tires too, just finished building my new Prospec, and have been doing first tests....wow!!! car is great. Had it set with your setting guide, but was wondering on your comments about cutting down rear hubs, but you don't explain why and how much, and you also post to use 3mm washers under link arm????

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reason why is to lower the roll center and allow the tyre to run across its width and not the inner edge.
look at the picture i cut it at the bend, then drill the m3 hole deeper and put a 3mm spacer under the ball

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Old 07-23-2004, 02:35 PM   #13408
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Hey Stefan...........what would you compare your fx stock motor to?
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The 3rd-hole on the Kawahara part shown above accomplishes a similar goal.......on a low-traction track, I've cut-down the hubs some (not that much) and used the upper hole on the Kawahara tower.
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theRed5 is NOT Stefan....and I haven't had the chance to run the FX more than one weekend. Big race this weekend and I'll have other engines to compare it to.
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