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mbx6 eco - 04.28.2013, 05:14 AM

Hi all,

i ve tried to put a slipperential in my eco but it doesnt fit in ..

Has anybody already done it ? what mods have to be done ?

I have the 46T ... should work but the origin diff plate dont fit the RCM slipperential at all...

Thanks for your help.

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04.28.2013, 08:37 AM

In what way does it not fit. Too small?
   
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04.28.2013, 10:21 AM

the slipperential is too high ... so its impossible to screw the diff plate..

u see ?!

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hmm, the eco uses an interesting top plate for the diff uprights. You can see that the diff cup of the slipperential is hitting the top plate. Something that come to my mind, is possibly trying the diff uprights from the standard mbx6, or looking to see if they don't have that molded top brace.


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04.29.2013, 03:12 PM

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hmm, the eco uses an interesting top plate for the diff uprights. You can see that the diff cup of the slipperential is hitting the top plate. Something that come to my mind, is possibly trying the diff uprights from the standard mbx6, or looking to see if they don't have that molded top brace.
My thoughts exactly - the eco is basically the same as the nitro buggy, but no mechanical brakes so they made a funky top plate to reduce parts(1 part replaces three). Using the nitro top plate and upper center diff pieces should work out.
   
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