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02.09.2007, 04:20 AM

Perhaps tuning tires/diff oil would help.
   
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02.16.2007, 10:29 AM

So the slipperential is now only seen 20 mins worth of race time & Ive done no more testing since the last time i ran her , The aim tonigh was to get used to to way the truck now handles . with a few minor changes .
The 40 series bow tires were replaced for the thinner hole shot MTR's :027: & the batteries remained in the center position of the Gorilla Chassis to place more weight over the front end.
The track had seen some modifacations during the last couple of weeks so to pull of a sub 30sec would be near on imposible in any class with the surface being so dry & dusty :036:
The MTR's were 1st class on the track hooking up at every corner & the slipperential performed flawlesly matched with the UE/Gorilla goodies .
It actually performed far better than i expected when the truck pulled fastest time of the night with a 29.04 second lap out of all the classes inc 4wd mod :cool:
Im thinking i might up the oil weight in the front diff from 7k to 10k over the next couple of weeks if i get the time ,to try & curb the amount of front wheel spin
The slipperential is so perfectly matched ,it will turn your monster into a weapon, Mike I cant thank you enough for not only building my truck but making it so predictable now with the slipperential , a drivers dream :D
   
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02.16.2007, 10:58 AM

You have the inside front or both fronts?

Are they ballooning coming out of corners?


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02.18.2007, 04:51 PM

Congratulations to your new lap record,I know that the more you are used to it the better yout lap time will be, I'm building my E revo, what is the principle of diff fluids and center diff, is 5k on the front ,20k on the center diff and 3k on the rear a good starting point on a moderate loose track? What is the starting for for shock oil wt. front and back,thank you for any input.I will be using a hacker 9XL and MGM 24 160 compro and 2 packs of 3s 8000mah lipo 11.1 volts pack.I'm thinking to get a wanderer 12XL instead of the 9XL. What do you guys think and suggest.


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02.19.2007, 08:56 AM

Oil wait for a Revo mmmmmm I think i would most likely start around the 60wt front & rear ......Hey y dont you try a 1940 lehner 7xl ,in my MT im running a 18/40 pinion +spur she stay very cool a real nice combo for me.
   
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02.19.2007, 07:50 PM

Nice to hear the slipperential is doing its job!

Luvsrc- For a nice racing setup, on 6s the 10xl should be perfect(wanderer w/ RCM heatsink). It would run cool and be fast. For a better motor a 1950 8T would be amazing on your racing revo.


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02.19.2007, 10:27 PM

Cool thanks for the advice guys


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Well after a season of racing there is no complaints, the slipper did exactly what it was designed to do,,,,,, give you the edge to beat the competition, improve your lap times & have a more stable truck , GR8 product Mike . Unfortunately at our local track the competition has completely changed with all the MT drivers changing over to truggies ,so Iíve reluctantly retired my SMGmaxx for the Kyosho ST-RR with the hope of 27/28 second lap times .
btw: the RC Monster motor mount for my st-rr fits like a gem thanx again mike
   
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01.29.2008, 10:39 PM

Has anybody heard when the V2 Slipperential is going to be available in the RC Monster store?
   
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01.30.2008, 07:11 PM

Last I heard is that they're ready to go out, but the drive shafts aren't.

The SM is dying and I believe we should use truggies as substitution.


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