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03.31.2009, 11:46 AM

Is there a kit or way to make this fit in my g2 maxx. If not I guess I will be buying that flm 1/2 case instead.
   
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03.31.2009, 11:55 AM

Mikes working on it...

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G3 mounting wil be tricky - the smallest spur size is the 46t shown(and included). a 44t spur BARELY fits between the chassis braces on a G3(or tmaxx/emaxx). None the less, I will work on various startegies to allow this item to install in various vehicles. :)
   
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Woohoo, mine arrived just two hours ago! And it's already built. Too bad my Savage had a gnarly crash rendering it temporarily out of commission


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04.03.2009, 04:49 PM

Well...got mine. Very nice components...top quality. I was hoping that I'd have a sufficient quanity of shims to install it in my new Jammin X2 buggy but it appears that I would need between 1.5mm and 2mm worth of shims per side...and that is a lot of .2mm Ofna shims. Looks like I will be waiting for Mike's shim kit to be released. Hopefully he'll put in some 1mm and .5mm shims in the kit. Oh well, I am not in a hurry on this project anyway...still need to pick up another ESC/motor combo to complete te project. MMM or RX8???

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04.06.2009, 10:44 PM

Is it a drop in in the mbx6 and are they in stock? What sit eh wt diff. between this diff and the stock diff? If it is not a drop in what shims are needed?
   
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04.07.2009, 08:51 AM

The diff is the same basic physical size as the Mugen diff, though larger in the middle where the slipper is of course. You will likely need to shim (or trim) the center diff top plate and possibly widen the spur slot in the chassis by a small amount to clear the thrust bearing - no major mods, but I expect installation in most applications may require minor work to ensure proper clearance and fit.
Weight vs. stock diff? - not sure on a direct comparison, but the complete Slipperential weighs 5.4 ounces on my scale - including the adjustment wrench, label and packaging. It has to weigh a little more than a plain diff, but it is far from heavy. :)
   
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need to check with u guys for the speed calculator under scriptasylum to calculator the 46t slipper diff do u input under the transmission gear ratio under 44/20 or under 1/1 direct drive?

I get 20km/h when I input the slipper diff, if I input 1/1 direct drive I get 48km/hr.

I thought slipper diff is not a differential diff? So it shld be 1/1? Pls advise wat I input wrongly thx.

My input was CRT 43/13, 46 spur, 11pinion, holeshot lrp truck tires, 1600x70mm medusa motor, 4s 5000.

Pls advise thx


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04.18.2009, 03:36 PM

This is one nice piece of engineering, congratulations Mike. I just got mine and all I can say is WOW. Attached a few pics, I have installed it in my Xray XB8EC, perfect fit.

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That is porn right there. Looks good in your ride mang.


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Can't wait for the track to dry out so I can test this beauty.
   
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That is porn right there. Looks good in your ride mang.
Part porn indeed. That black motor mount looks awesome, as well.


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04.19.2009, 12:04 PM

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need to check with u guys for the speed calculator under scriptasylum to calculator the 46t slipper diff do u input under the transmission gear ratio under 44/20 or under 1/1 direct drive?

I get 20km/h when I input the slipper diff, if I input 1/1 direct drive I get 48km/hr.

I thought slipper diff is not a differential diff? So it shld be 1/1? Pls advise wat I input wrongly thx.

My input was CRT 43/13, 46 spur, 11pinion, holeshot lrp truck tires, 1600x70mm medusa motor, 4s 5000.

Pls advise thx

the ratio shown for "slipperential" on the speed calc is got the V1 slipperential- disreguard this and only use the pinion/spur tooth count and 1:1


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04.19.2009, 12:12 PM

I think the Slipperential that's on the calc site right now is the original one which was built for the G-Maxx which basically just had a Revo slipper on the same shaft as a pinion that drove a normal diff.

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04.19.2009, 12:53 PM

Yes, Unsullied_Spy is correct; the ratio listed on my site is indeed the version in the pic above. The current slipperential is threated like any other center diff.
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