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Old 06-19-2018, 03:31 PM
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Originally Posted by blankenj99 View Post
ofna.com, download the X3 sabre manual. They're all there except the 2 speed
Ahh thank you, but unfortunately, they are using a bearing insert in the diff case so I can't tell what the large 5mm (ID) bearing is. From the image of IGT800F10B, if the small bearing is a 5x11x4, it looks like a 5x14x5. This manual also doesn't have the (4) bearing clutch bell used in the GT.

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(6) 8x16 IGT8HE004
(4) 6x10 IGT8SSB
(4) 13x20 IGT8HE001
(4) 8x14 IGT8HE006
??? (2) 5x14x5 Large Diff Pinion Bearings IGT800F10
??? (2) 5x11x4 Small Diff Pinion Bearings IGT800F10
??? (3) 5x8x2.5 Clutch Small Bearings IGT800210
??? (1) 5x10x4 Clutch Bearing Large IGT800210 - (It looks like the rear bearing is larger in exploded view)
??? (2) 8x12x3.5 2-Speed Carrier IGT800203
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Old 06-20-2018, 06:21 AM
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Yes the smaller bearing in the diff casing is a 5x11x4
As far as the others I can let you know tonight as I work on the car for SWCS.
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Originally Posted by Pit-racer View Post
Yes the smaller bearing in the diff casing is a 5x11x4
As far as the others I can let you know tonight as I work on the car for SWCS.
Hey Pit! Thank you. After hunting through all the HongNor manuals, I was not able to locate the ??? bearings so it would be greatly appreciated and I will hook you up.
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Hey guys, can we talk about shock springs?

I find mine to be very hard for the super low grip track we race.
i just cant get the rear end to stay planted.

any options?
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Originally Posted by grs_link View Post
Hey guys, can we talk about shock springs?

I find mine to be very hard for the super low grip track we race.
i just cant get the rear end to stay planted.

any options?
Under power or off power??, if on power try lowering diff silicone oil
There are several things to do related Shocks: try softer springs, lower silicone oil, thinner rear Sway bar
Check all options here IGT8 GT 2019

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hi guys what about some reviews for the new igt8 2019 ? we have many at my local track , everybody complains about stripping gears
braking rear shaft , breaking fuel tanks. What about the new gears 0.8 pitch are they so sensitive ?
thank you in advance
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Originally Posted by aspris View Post
hi guys what about some reviews for the new igt8 2019 ? we have many at my local track , everybody complains about stripping gears

braking rear shaft , breaking fuel tanks. What about the new gears 0.8 pitch are they so sensitive ?

thank you in advance

Hello, Where is your local track located at? The 2019 version is based of our 2017 platform which already had the .8 pitch. transmission used to win the 2017 IFMAR GT World Cup, and many national titles around the world.

We would be more than happy to assist our IGT8 drivers with any problem they have with our product, please have them contact us directly at [email protected]
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