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Old 04-08-2012, 09:14 AM
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I thought I would share my latest project. I decided to build up a Nutech 5SC, which is based on the new TBIII platform. It has some nice additional features that the TBII needed, most notably is the dual steering servo set up and a revised diff set up. Let the build begin.

Since the truck comes assembled the first thing I needed to do was a complete strip down of the truck. Over all the tuck looks good, I think the body design needs a little work and the rear bumper looks weak but only time will tell if it holds up or not. I am really liking the new diff design, I was not a real big fan of the only spring loaded drive cups on the previous model.

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Old 04-08-2012, 09:24 AM
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Continuing with the diff assembly. I really like that the output shafts are now "keyed" with a removable diff cup, if and when the diff cups wear out you no longer have to take the whole diff a part to replace them. I just wish they would have used some roller bearings on the diff to support the output shafts, it would have been a nice feature.
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Old 04-08-2012, 09:44 AM
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Finishing up the center diff. One thing I decided to do on the build was to change the hardware from the supplied philips heads to hex heads, this is a personal preference of mine and not really necessary. However, in some areas of the build I feel the changes I am going to make in the screws/bolts I use will help with the integrity of the truck over time. One thing I did notice before I did the teardown was the lack of play in the center drive dogbones, this was a concern to me. I figured if the chassis flexed it would cause the center dogbones to bend...which is not a good thing. I noticed the output shafts on the center diff protruded into the drive cups, leaving no room extra for the center dogbones when and if the chassis were to flex. I decided to remove 2mm for each output shaft, making them flush with the drive cups and this simple mod was all that was needed to allow the center dogbones some play for when there is chassis flex.
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Old 04-08-2012, 09:53 AM
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Mounting up the center diff and moving on to the clutch bell, spur and pinion gear set up. I do have some alloy center diff, clutch and engine mounts standing by, but for now I am going to run the stock plastic mounts to see how well they hold up. I really like the steal brake disks combined with the brake material lined steal brake pads that Nutech uses on their center brake set up.
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Old 04-08-2012, 09:55 AM
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Nice. I just found this thread and man can't wait to here your reports. I have been waiting for someone to do this.. I have a TB2 Pro that I have been looking to do somthing with. this is eggzactly what I want to do is convert to a TB3 SC.. Do you think that the new MCD W5 body would fit this truck? Subscribed.
Old 04-08-2012, 10:03 AM
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Nice. I just found this thread and man can't wait to here your reports. I have been waiting for someone to do this.. I have a TB2 Pro that I have been looking to do somthing with. this is eggzactly what I want to do is convert to a TB3 SC.. Do you think that the new MCD W5 body would fit this truck? Subscribed.

I also have a TB2 Pro, it is a nice buggy. I have to say I like the new diff set up thus far and I am pretty sure I will be using it in my TB2 rebuild, which is next on my list after I finish this build. I am not sure if the MCD body will fit, I think it should as I believe the MCD and the Nutech have the same wheel base. I personally have been eyeing FG's new SC body as a possible replacement body for the Nutech SC5.
Old 04-08-2012, 10:06 AM
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I will be watching this for sure, I have to agree on the new FG, But from what I heard (angel @ FG supply) there is no set info and time on those for sure.. Do you happen to have any MCD's at all?
Old 04-08-2012, 10:15 AM
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Finishing up the gears. Nutech opted for a set of plastic gears here instead of the steel ones they used on there previous models. It was probably a cost cutting move and I also know some people didn't like the "ringing" noise the steel gears made. I think a good compromise would have been to use a steel pinion gear matched to a plastic spur gear...this is probably the set up I will use down the road. Lets move on to the rear diff.
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Old 04-08-2012, 10:21 AM
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I will be watching this for sure, I have to agree on the new FG, But from what I heard (angel @ FG supply) there is no set info and time on those for sure.. Do you happen to have any MCD's at all?
I did have a pre-evo MCD, it was the Baja 1000 model, but I sold it not too long ago. I just might have to give the MCD body a try since there is no release date of the new FG's.
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Another great build to watch!  [8D]
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I don't understand how these companies can push out so many ugly ass bodies...
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Still putting the rear together. I like the fact the pinion gear in the diff is also keyed, it is a much better design then just having a flat spot on a round shaft with just a grub screw bearing all the load. Nutech decided to change their lower arm mounts, they went from an alloy mount to a hybrid of plastic and alloy, I think I prefer the all alloy mounts...this is something I am pretty sure I will be upgrading in the future. I do like the the fact you can change the rear toe just by changing the inserts. The inserts on the rear arm mounts have a 2 degree toe, the truck also came with some 3 degree inserts. I also decided to change the stock diff case screws with bolts and nuts, I have found that this really helps keep the diff case from spreading under load and keeps the diff ring and pinion gears aligned.
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Old 04-08-2012, 07:12 PM
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The new dogbones have removable pins and they also went with 24mm hexes for the wheels. The one thing I am not sure if I like or not just yet is, you have to remove the dogbone pins in order to get them in the drive cups. I guess the positive thing is the dogbones will not pop out of the drive cups. I also noticed the bearings in the rear uprights use a plastic spacer, this I do not like. I looked everywhere online trying to locate a 12x22x7 bearing with no luck, I am guessing this is why Nutech went with the plastic spacer. If anybody knows where I can get some sealed 12x22x7 bearings please let me know.
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Old 04-08-2012, 07:26 PM
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Finishing up the rear end. Before I disassembled the truck I did notice the rear chassis braces seemed loose, so I decided to use some nuts and bolts instead of the supplied screws. I think this really helped stiffen up the rear chassis braces. I also switched out the screws that hold the diff to the chassis with some longer ones and I decided to add some nuts and bolts through the lower arm mounts, I think that will keep the diff where it belongs.
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Old 04-08-2012, 07:28 PM
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So are the Diff housings the same as the TB2. Can you use alloy housing from the TB2?
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I like the design of the front uprights, it has a metal threaded insert to help keep it from stripping out over time. I did decide to add a grub screw to the front upright, this should help prevent the bolt from backing out.
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So are the Diff housings the same as the TB2. Can you use alloy housing from the TB2?
Yes, the diff housings are the same so you can use the alloy ones, just make sure you get the CNC ones and not the cast ones.
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Thats the ones I have. I got this of Noyb a year ago and it has all the alloy stuff. No cast diffs.
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Old 04-08-2012, 07:52 PM
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ORIGINAL: NUNCHUCKSKILZ

Thats the ones I have. I got this of Noyb a year ago and it has all the alloy stuff. No cast diffs.
You are good to then, you got the good ones. Noyb is a great guy with way too many toys...all he needs is a 4wd Leopard.
Old 04-08-2012, 07:54 PM
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Spot on call there..
Old 04-08-2012, 08:02 PM
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Looks Great! Keep up the great work!
Old 04-08-2012, 08:06 PM
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I really like the new gas tank mounting design, no more plastic taps to break off. I opted to go with the Fullforce fuel kit, the stock set up was find I just wanted to try out this set up. I did have a slight issue, the return fitting was too long for the Nutech gas tank so I needed to trim off about 1/2 inch and then if fit fine.
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Old 04-08-2012, 08:11 PM
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Finished mounting the gas tank and moving on to the steering.
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Old 04-08-2012, 08:16 PM
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ORIGINAL: mradlin

Another great build to watch! [8D]
I don't know what I enjoy more, building them or driving them.

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