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D8t - 07.13.2010, 05:48 AM

Hi,
will slipperential fit into HB D8T?
Use someone this configuration?
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07.13.2010, 08:01 PM

well if ya ask me i think tha slipperential is da bomb!!!! im puttin one in my nitro savage, and no its not brushless!!! im talkin a full mod lrp zr.30 folkz!!!!

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07.13.2010, 08:43 PM

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well if ya ask me i think tha slipperential is da bomb!!!! im puttin one in my nitro savage, and no its not brushless!!! im talkin a full mod lrp zr.30 folkz!!!!
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07.14.2010, 07:42 AM

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Hi,
will slipperential fit into HB D8T?
Use someone this configuration?
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Yes it will fit the D8T.
Here's what it looks like installed with a Kyosho motor mount.


And here with a RCM motor mount.
   
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07.14.2010, 07:48 AM

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well if ya ask me i think tha slipperential is da bomb!!!! im puttin one in my nitro savage, and no its not brushless!!! im talkin a full mod lrp zr.30 folkz!!!!
Umm...Why? Is this not like running two clutches?
   
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07.14.2010, 06:04 PM

Running it in a nitro is not unheard of, actually - there will be two clutches, but the Slipperential diff can be adjusted in the vehicle quickly trackside, while a nitro clutch must be dis-assembled to make adjustments.
   
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Does this work in Durango DNX408? Any mod. necessary?
I am planning to convert DNX408 into brushless version with my lhs. conversion kit.
By the way, still I am looking forward to RCM conversion kit. I hope it is coming soon.
   
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Not sure on the Durango fitment - never had one in my posession to make the call. most likely, the Slipperential will fit, though.
   
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Slipperiential requires 1mm to 1.1mm shim to fit in DNX408.
Bearings should be replaced with 8*14 mm flanged bearings which come with DNX408.
After that you are good to go.
   
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O'Donnell - 11.17.2012, 04:39 AM

I've seen the question asked, but no response. Would this work on the O'Donnell Z01T? Please let me know. Thank you.
   
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Yes, it will fit the O'Donnell buggy and truggy - it will require some shimming, as it is physically shorter between the bearings.
   
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Hi,
will slipperential fit into HB D8T?
Use someone this configuration?
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Yea it works great in the D8T and D8. You will have to shim the bearings quite a bit but that doesn't change how well it works.
   
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