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Old 2009.06.13, 03:20 AM   #16
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Eugene you have too many good toys.....
They all come at a cost. . . money and time to tune them.
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When you get the ultralight diff shaft can you check to see if it fit Kyosho diffs please.

I'm going to have to get my hands on the Qteq parts, I got to their site a few minutes to late, those parts look sweet though.
I will let you know how it fits. I assume that it would be compatable.

I tested out the Qteq parts that I got tonight. I disassembled an old Kyosho diff for the plates and o-ring. I had to do a lot of sanding to make it 64p compatable. Although you only have to sand one side. I used a 3Racing ti-shaft, and it went together without a hiccup. I noticed a little difference from my Atomic vII diff with 64p coming out of the corners. But it is very slight... I must say, that the diff looks really cool. I glued the plates to the holders so they dont slip... just a small amount of glue is needed. It is a little harder to make adjustments without a pin to hold the adjustment nut as you adjust the left wheel. You can do without the pin, but its a little more difficult to hold the nut.
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Old 2009.06.14, 02:36 PM   #17
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the color is close to pn orange...
The shaft or the diff.?
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Old 2009.06.14, 09:13 PM   #18
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The shaft or the diff.?
Both are anodized in the 'new' orange.
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Old 2009.06.14, 09:50 PM   #19
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That new orange is the same as Hudy products.
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Old 2009.06.18, 05:06 PM   #20
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Looks more like a golden brown to me.
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Old 2009.06.28, 08:55 PM   #21
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Bought new Diff and shaft and is smooth as butter and works great. Diff alone at its price is a steal.
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Old 2009.10.15, 05:29 AM   #22
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The alu diff shaft are absolutely incredible. Works really good, and helps a lot regarding accelleration/ braking.
Changing the pin from an old Kyosho diff shaft was no problem.
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They all come at a cost. . . money and time to tune them.

I will let you know how it fits. I assume that it would be compatable.

I tested out the Qteq parts that I got tonight. I disassembled an old Kyosho diff for the plates and o-ring. I had to do a lot of sanding to make it 64p compatable. Although you only have to sand one side. I used a 3Racing ti-shaft, and it went together without a hiccup. I noticed a little difference from my Atomic vII diff with 64p coming out of the corners. But it is very slight... I must say, that the diff looks really cool. I glued the plates to the holders so they dont slip... just a small amount of glue is needed. It is a little harder to make adjustments without a pin to hold the adjustment nut as you adjust the left wheel. You can do without the pin, but its a little more difficult to hold the nut.
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Yea, same glue that I use on my tires. Just a little bit to keep the plates from slipping...
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