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    locking diff

    hello..
    anybody have experience on locking the rear diff on a hsp drift car or the redcat exceed(since they are the same chasis)?




    thanks.

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    RE: locking diff

    You can probably just open it up and put something in there to bind up the gears. You could just fill it with glue, but I've always used a bit of bandage or something like sticky tack so I could undo it later.

    This is assuming you can open up the differential, I only have experience with Mini-Zs.

    Actually I just googled real quick before submitting the post and found this immediately http://rc-drift.com/rc-drift-forum/i...p?topic=6270.0

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    RE: locking diff

    cool thanks...im going to read..i know how to do it..just needed feedback if it really helped or not..

    but thanks takeshishunk

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    RE: locking diff

    just read it !!

    thanks thats all i needed..peace man!

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    RE: locking diff

    No prob

    And yeah locked diff is a must for drifting, drastically improves control while sideways!

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    RE: locking diff


    ORIGINAL: TakeshiSkunk

    No prob

    And yeah locked diff is a must for drifting, drastically improves control while sideways!
    cool..thanks again


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    RE: locking diff

    I'd echo the sticky tack suggestion. I personally didn't like having the locked rear diff, and I really wish I would have used something less permanent.
    Thinking outside the box of traditional RC


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