I just replaced my front and rear differential and with in a week of putting new differentials in my rear is already broken again. I heard someone comment on shimming the differentials I haven't done this yet and I don't know how. I also heard that putting a center differential in helps reduce stress on the rear if this is true let me know. I have been running my slipper clutch pretty tight so I wonder if that is causing some problems. If anyone has some insight on this problem I NEED HELP!!!!
Last edited by Racin4life37; 04-01-2010 at 05:07 PM.
To add to this whole mess I am only running the stock Traxxas Battery!!!
Hmmm was your driveline nice and easy to rotate when you put your new diffs in ?
I would back your slipper off a full turn and see how the power to the ground works out ! as ive ran my now lipo merv on stock nimh single sticks hard accelerations on carpet with no diff probs even now on lipo ive not had any probs (touch wood)
If you dont have the new bulkheads. You should get em. I just received 2 from traxxas today