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08.21.2006, 09:50 PM

serum what center diff is that?


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08.21.2006, 09:58 PM

looks to be an ofna mbx center diff.............
   
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08.21.2006, 10:56 PM

Hye rene. I just noticed some thing different on your esc.
Did you silicone the caps together or did they come like that?
The one i had was loose.


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08.21.2006, 11:41 PM

Hey Serum, how wide are the new pinions Mike made for you?... 10mm+ I need something like that for sure..
   
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08.22.2006, 02:00 AM

@squee; Yes, it's an ofna centerdiff, i got it complete from Ebay

@Leroy; i used thermal glue to hold them together.

@Aqwut, yeah, Mike made mine about 12 mm wide. He has got a gear-rod he cuts them from. I thought he had a big size too. (36t i thought)
   
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08.22.2006, 01:24 PM

Very nice savage serum. You made it look very nice and neat like. Very pro looking!


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08.22.2006, 01:56 PM

Thanks NeweUser.

It was more of a test for me, i wanted to see how a centerdiff held in a heavier/larger truck. it's some kind of proto-type for a plan i have.. (in which i am pretty far by now, the drawings are finished, i am going to have it CNC'd within a few weeks.
   
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08.22.2006, 02:04 PM

So you are planning to mill some proto's and get something going for the BL savages? that would be really neat. The thing that keeps me away from the savage and BL, is there is not much out there yet.


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08.22.2006, 02:13 PM

The thing i dislike about the savage, is that the arms are made for long travel shocks. A wider and lower shocktower would be much better. the suspension is too progressive with UE shocks and the FLM towers.

If i am making something, it would be in coorporation with Mike.
   
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