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Old 12-21-2006, 02:38 PM   #11
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since CA glue is provided to build the car you can glue the diff together. i dont see why it wouldnt be legal becauseyour not using any extra equipment or anything. its the same as setting up the car with different shock locations, its just a different set up
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Old 12-21-2006, 11:08 PM   #12
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well just looking at the tires(its the m04 mazda miata) all 4 tires are the same. i races an m03L for like 4 years and the thing is on rails. i realize the rear wheel drive will be harder to control, thats y im just wondering what i can do. i think if i pack the diff with grease it might solve it.
they are not the same the rear tires say S grip on them and the front is normal.
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Old 12-21-2006, 11:16 PM   #13
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ooo good call...cchanged tires around...not gotta check it tomorrow...to late to do it tonight
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i have raced a mo4 you DO NOT WANT TO LOCK THE DIFF you should use some stock tamiya grease that came with the kit ( not to much u want the diff to be free) and put some in the diff and that is it. i would put some tire compound on the rear tires. at first try a 1/4 until you find what you like. you can buy the compound at any hobby store.
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