Type: Posts; User: lextek
Do you use the stock gasket and RTV or just the RTV?
J Concepts has a body for the CRT
Here's a few more:
Looks much, better with the body over the pipe. Just more ideas for the Revo for next season.
I think by "difffing out" means the front tires ballon.
Thanks for pointing that out.
Intersting read. Nothing definite.
I have heard different opinions on the center diff in the Revo. It seems most run very, very thick fluid. Which almost negates the benefit of the center diff. Have racers noticed a lap time...
You posted a picture of tools? They are nice.:cool:
How was the the track/facility at CRC?
Remeber you need to trim the "nub" of the stock crank. Well worth it you will be amazed at the increase in throttle resopsne when yo get rid of all that rotating mass!
Oval? That just makes you dizzy! Your input is very, much missed.
That's if you don't want to Dremel the nub off the end of your crank. This is the Traxxas one. Out of stock. The 3.3 must be popular!
No they are different motors and won't fit.
I just checked out the Ballistic one. Does any one use it? Come on Traxxas offer the Roy Box. I didn't see any EZ-starts at the RC Pro Series.
I said I would feel bad buying a RD Racing box since Roy isn't part of RD Racing anymore. I always thought the RD Logics box was a rip off of the RD Racing design. IMO.
I always had my slipper, if anything on the "loose" side. I chewed up quite a few diffs. I am looking to getting another Revo 3.3 for racing again.:cool:
I was wondering if the addition of the center diff would extend the life of the front and rear diffs?
Could you explain where these dots are? Maybe post the pictures you have and add the dots (Photoshop).
I sold my RD Racing box with my old Revo. I am about to get a new race Revo and want another box. I would feel bad buying a RD box since the recent developments over at RD. Any other options...
I checked on the Robinson site. All I could find was a Tmaxx diif set for $42. Am I missing something?
After rebuilding my front diff for the second time in three weeks. I'm going to order a set of these. The stock gear had several teeth vaporized! And I run my slipper loose because of the track on...
I have had good results with the stock set up or the MIP one.
I'm ready to make the switch to the 3.3 and center diff/rear brake. I'm sure it will take the Revo to a new level
I agree. My truck handles great with this set up.
Take a look in the carb and see if the slide is actually closing enough. It may be binding. If not may be too lean on the low end?