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Old 12-26-2014, 07:34 AM
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Originally Posted by Dadic 78 View Post
I put the M06 gear diff in with 500,000k fluid (guys are now running 2.5 million fluid at my track) and it made a WORLD of difference!
Okay, 2.5 million fluid - isn't that like packing it with Vasoline petroleum jelly? Has anyone done that - if so, did it work, would petroleum jelly ruin anything? (sorry for the stupid questions - I have no idea what 2.5 million fluid viscosity is like)

Originally Posted by Dadic 78 View Post
The aluminum upgrades are almost essential to add durability and decrease Tamiya ABS plastic slop. You'll want to upgrade to aluminum steering, spindles, c-hubs, and rear carriers.
I'm working on a "home brew" steering solution - will post photos and information later if it works out. I was very unhappy and surprised when I discovered how much slop exists in the OEM steering setup - seems like an engineering/design error?
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