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FLM hybrid bulks? - 11.23.2012, 03:01 PM

Worth it? or should I dish out the extra for the UE diffs? I would think the FLM Ultimate Hybrid would be all I need?

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11.23.2012, 03:15 PM

I have them, and they seem to be bulletproof as far as I can tell.

They've held up to a Tekin T8/RX8 combo on 6S Lipo.

I'd say they're plenty strong enough for most applications, especially for just bashing, and the price was pretty good. Fastlane has great customer service too.


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11.23.2012, 07:31 PM

VERY happy with mine. Granted I ran mine in a Big Block nitro T-maxx, but still very happy for the price.
   
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11.24.2012, 01:38 AM

I have ran the FLM combos on a 4s setup with a 1520 without problems.
   
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11.24.2012, 05:16 AM

Yes, they use the 1/8th diffs instead of the standard 1/10 diffs, they are beefy, for sure! just like the UE 6 spider.
   
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11.24.2012, 10:00 AM

1520 on 6s, no problem. Personally I'd get them instead of UE diffs and whatever aluminum bulks. Cleaner look and it's a nice all in one solution.


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11.25.2012, 01:14 AM

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Personally I'd get them instead of UE diffs and whatever aluminum bulks. Cleaner look and it's a nice all in one solution.
X2 well said


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11.27.2012, 08:13 PM

I have had them before but I never ran them before I got rid of them. I wasn't at all impressed with how the 2 halves came together/fitment, at least not when compared to VBS. Then again that's not a fair comparison considering the huge price difference. I have liked all my other FLM parts, but those didn't do it for me. For me personally, there is nothing that looks better than the UE ultralite case, and you won't find any better bulks than the GA's. I have been running the UE 6 spider diffs in my runner and haven't had a single issue yet.
   
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11.27.2012, 11:22 PM

If you have the money just go this route. Much easier than an LST diff conversion and bulletproof.

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The new kits out with the gear sets,
Do they accept the stock Axle shafts?
Kind of like the plastic axle ones.


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