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Losi ten T diff. fluid

Old 08-16-2010, 09:55 PM
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I have losi ten t just got it my first 4X4 rc nitro I no its not a 1/8 but still fun anyways i need some tips for diff fluid any advice would be great Thanks.</p>
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Default RE: Losi ten T diff. fluid

not sure if your gonna bash it or care it but everything ive read says medium in front heavier in center and lighter in will have to play with the different weights to see what you like best with your driving style for buggys most people ive talked to like 5k/7k/3k for nitro and 3k/5k/1k for electric.Those numbers might be just for my local track
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check the truggy setup sticky at the top of this forum.....people post the specs on their truggies including diff weights.  should give you an idea, and theres many different ways to go......I personally went with 10k/30k/ real rhyme or reason, I bash and went off of someone elses specs in that thread.  Do know you generally want heavier front than rear to help control through turns.
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Default RE: Losi ten T diff. fluid

Google triple diff basics, the first hit should be a good rcm post about diff fluid weights. I'd post the link, but I don't think this site would like me to give out links to other rc sites.

Start with the recommended weights, drive it and figure out if you want handling characteristics changed. If you do, read the triple diff basics post and adjust weights accordingly. Weights used vary by driving surface and the way the youlikes to drive (or have the rc handle).

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