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Sprint 2 flux chattering
#1
Hey guys so here my set up:
- front one way diff
-aluminum hop ups
-gpm cvds

So i shaved the nuckles on the aluminum part but im still getting wheel chatter when turning. I have the angle maxed out. Should I camber the wheels or? Has anyone else had this problem. I looked up some videos but they don't seem to help
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#2
Go less angle. Most cvds will chatter at max lock no matter what

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(01-26-2014, 02:12 PM)robb41488 Wrote:  Go less angle. Most cvds will chatter at max lock no matter what

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I went with less angle but they are still shaking a little. Its mostly the right one
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#4
If you look in the diff cups on the oneway there should be a 3mm o-ring, put another one in each side (4 total). That'll help keep the dogbone where it should be. It seems the slots in the diff cups of the oneway may be deeper than the stock diffs. Haven't measured. But there was a lot more play without the second o-ring in there.
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(01-26-2014, 07:12 PM)Seegee911 Wrote:  If you look in the diff cups on the oneway there should be a 3mm o-ring, put another one in each side (4 total). That'll help keep the dogbone where it should be. It seems the slots in the diff cups may be deeper than the stock diffs. Haven't measured. But there was a lot more play without them.

this is how I got rid of the play in the rear of my Sprint 2. It solves the problem and is cheap and easy.
HPI Sprint 2 Flux - full carbon fiber/aluminum upgrades 50/50
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#6
Alright thanks! Ill give it a shot next time I'm at the hardware store
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(01-26-2014, 07:17 PM)wareagle84 Wrote:  
(01-26-2014, 07:12 PM)Seegee911 Wrote:  If you look in the diff cups on the oneway there should be a 3mm o-ring, put another one in each side (4 total). That'll help keep the dogbone where it should be. It seems the slots in the diff cups may be deeper than the stock diffs. Haven't measured. But there was a lot more play without them.

this is how I got rid of the play in the rear of my Sprint 2. It solves the problem and is cheap and easy.

I tried them (1 on each side) in the rear on my stock geared diff, and it caused a squeaking in the right rear. Although the Dogbones were quite snug with the o-rings installed.

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#8
I used a ball from a skateboard bearing between the Ruber ring and my dogbone. It eliminated all of the slop.
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#9
Thanks for sharing such a great post. The HyperOutdoor skateboard is best and I think you have to choose it. The first option has not the right impact on the skateboard because it is a HyperOutdoor brand. I am really excited to see the decision on which you end thinking about modifying your HyperOutdoor skateboard with stickers. Keep it up!
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