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HPI E10 and HSP Flying Fish
#31
Locked not licked lol

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#32
I believe it's already a locked dif. My driveshaft spare chassis and bearing kit came in already. Driveshaft I ordered doesn't fit correctly but I'm gonna see if I can modify it so it will. Waiting on my receiver and my remote now.
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#33
If its too short you can use small o-rings to shim the drive shaft, and wouldnt you know I got my pinion in for my tt01 drove it for 2 min and burned out the steering servo, down for another week


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#34
Dang. My driveshaft was to long. It's for an hpi e10. Is there another size?
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#35
See if theres o rings in the drive cups, how much longer is it

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#36
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^I took an o-ring out of the rear cup. only way I can see this drive shaft working is if I take my dremel and grind out the front cup a bit and remove the front driveshaft and do a rwd conversion. i know i have the driveshaft laying on top of the rear cup but i didn't feel like takeing the rear end of and demonstrating how it is pushed back with the driveshaft installed lol.
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#37
contacted the original owner of this car. He sold it a year ago and now i have it. He confirmed it is an e10, said it had a full interior and a wing when he sold it. He said he its cool to see it again. hoping he can help me solve my driveshaft issues.
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#38
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wYXV1OCk...e=youtu.be

this is the previous owners youtube and you can see my car sliding around in the past.
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#39
Hiw much room is in front of the driveshaft nub maybe you can cut that down and that weird how much longer it is

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#40
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Ok so i ground down the two pin side down with my dremel to the just before the second pin and put it in the rear cup then i put the original single pin side in the front cup and it fit perfectly now.
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