1. Since the stock plastic CVD system can't handle my bigger wheel/tire combo along witht the ported 3.3, I had to come up with something else to handle the power output to the tires. What I did was bought a MIP CVD kit for a T-Maxx and modified the stock 4-tec differential to house a new solid center shaft that now makes it a true locker to hold the axle hubs from the MIP kit for a T-Maxx. I then took one of the long CVD's from that MIP kit and cut it down, tack welded it to fit and sent that CVD out to a guy to custome make me new ones just like the one I tack welded. I now have basically a bullet-proof CVD kit that can handle just about anything I throw at it. I don't know about you guys but I really like making and having custom parts made for my 4-tec. I know lots or ppl don't like the 4-tec but I think it is a pretty good car to start with and build up to be a competitive car.
2. I also have new 1st and 2nd gears being custom made right now out of lightweight steel for durability as well.
3. For my big block RB engine, I am using a Jato fuel tank since it has clearance for engine clearance.
4. I have the bigger 1/8th scale wheel/tires and a 235mm Stratus body to fit as well.
What about you guys, anything you make or had made?