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This is correct - no plans to make a spur this large. I have a 50t spur in the works now. 46t and 50t will be it for a bit - these should cover most applications well enough with the appropriate pinions.
Hi Mike,

Need ur help here I m getting confused, it seems that I can't use this slipper diff in my converted CRT? I m ordering for a converted Losi8T too. So before I order now. Do u think it will work for these 2 cars?


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You can use the Slipperential in the CRT, but you will need to buy the Jammin' X1-CR motor plate, and X1-CR center bulkhead. Then you will need to make sure you can gear your motor properly with whichever spur gear you choose (I would recommend you use the 50t).


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Thx man, can this diff be used for losi8t?


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Sorry guys, wats the exact model or link of the cr buggy mount? Btw I need to change d center diff mount not the bulkhead rite?

Btw does mike sell only d motor mount? I hv d servo plate already


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http://www.rc-monster.com/proddetail...CMcrbuggymount
Mike doesn't sell just the motor mount separately as far as I'm aware.
You will also need to change the steel posts that support the center bulkhead to the shorter CR ones:
http://www.nitrohouse.com/catalog/pr...ducts_id=12211


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http://www.rc-monster.com/proddetail...CMcrbuggymount
Mike doesn't sell just the motor mount separately as far as I'm aware.
You will also need to change the steel posts that support the center bulkhead to the shorter CR ones:
http://www.nitrohouse.com/catalog/pr...ducts_id=12211
this is quite a expensive convert, I need to change d center diff mount, motor mount n diff almost us$200 over :(


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Alan,
The Slipperential will drop right into the RC-Monster X1CRT mount (mount was designed to accomodate smaller spurs as well as the large stock spur)and can be used - it will need to be shimmed to take up the extra space(Ofna diff is a little larger). There is no need to switch to the CR motor mount to use the Slipperential. Only the 46t spur is available at the moment, though - so this needs to be considered into the gearing equation. It is a good idea IMO to replace the ring and pinion gears on the front/rear diff to the newer truggy ratio, but with the appropriate motor, battery nad gearing it is not a necessity to use the slipperential (50t spur is suggested for this application, which is in the works). :)
   
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Alan,
The Slipperential will drop right into the RC-Monster X1CRT mount (mount was designed to accomodate smaller spurs as well as the large stock spur)and can be used - it will need to be shimmed to take up the extra space(Ofna diff is a little larger). There is no need to switch to the CR motor mount to use the Slipperential. Only the 46t spur is available at the moment, though - so this needs to be considered into the gearing equation. It is a good idea IMO to replace the ring and pinion gears on the front/rear diff to the newer truggy ratio, but with the appropriate motor, battery nad gearing it is not a necessity to use the slipperential (50t spur is suggested for this application, which is in the works). :)
thx Mike, I m looking forward to the 50T n spread the news to Singapore.


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hi Mike, what rings I need to change?


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03.29.2009, 12:46 PM

Actually - the opposite of what Chris said - install the new truggy ring gear and matching pinion to the front and rear diffs (x1 has buggy ratio diffs and a large spur to make the overall reduction). Also, the buggy pinion won't work on the truggy ring gear and vise versa. You would need to swap both gears on both diffs.
   
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so if I understood wat I m reading I can't use this diff with rc monster conversion?
you can use this diff, i run a 11t pinion on my crt with a 46t spur, with the stock crt diff mount and motor mount, the spur only sits about a 1/4 inch off the chassis. its not a big deal
   
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you can use this diff, i run a 11t pinion on my crt with a 46t spur, with the stock crt diff mount and motor mount, the spur only sits about a 1/4 inch off the chassis. its not a big deal
thx, wats the speed r u getting? I m using a 1600kv n 2000kv medusa izzit
Ok with 4s n 6s.


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thx, wats the speed r u getting? I m using a 1600kv n 2000kv medusa izzit
Ok with 4s n 6s.
about 44 mph on 4s with a 1515 1y. you might wanna go with a 12 running the 2000 on 4s, for 6s i would gear it for the same speed and turn the epa down, its easier to switch voltages that way
   
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sure any difference if I run on 46 n 50? Just the size of the pinion rite?


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Alan,
The Slipperential will drop right into the RC-Monster X1CRT mount (mount was designed to accomodate smaller spurs as well as the large stock spur)and can be used - it will need to be shimmed to take up the extra space(Ofna diff is a little larger). There is no need to switch to the CR motor mount to use the Slipperential. Only the 46t spur is available at the moment, though - so this needs to be considered into the gearing equation. It is a good idea IMO to replace the ring and pinion gears on the front/rear diff to the newer truggy ratio, but with the appropriate motor, battery nad gearing it is not a necessity to use the slipperential (50t spur is suggested for this application, which is in the works). :)
Mike...just ordered mine. Can you give us an idea of how much shimming is required with the Jammin CR/CRT cars/trucks.

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