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Old 01-16-2011, 04:59 PM
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Do the xt/b have a fluid center diff? Do they use the same gearplate and gears as the TT/MT/Dunereunner? Are the tires soft or hard rubber?

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Old 01-16-2011, 05:05 PM
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Do the xt/b have a fluid center diff? Do they use the same gearplate and gears as the TT/MT/Dunereunner? Are the tires soft or hard rubber?
Its pretty much the same "center" driveline as the Rampage. There are a few changes but it is essentially the same. There is no center diff, its a spool just like the original Ramp. The gearplate and gears should be interchangable between the 2 models. I wasn't able to discern any huge between between them visually. The tire compound is fairly hard, its noticeably firmer than a stock HPI Dirtbuster. They should last a prtty good while if you do not abuse them on concrete.
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Gears will be different than the Himoto steel gears,a nd not interchangeable between them. You can;t mix Himoto steel gears with Redcat steel gears.
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How does the size of the MT V3 tires compare to the size of the XT tires?
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No center diff? That sucks. I thought for sure they would have done that as an improvement.

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The due date moved! Woo whoo for me. i may have a chance yet!
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The due date moved! Woo whoo for me. i may have a chance yet!
what part of la you from there fastlane.
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what part of la you from there fastlane.
I am from Lafayette, La but i have moved to Coushatta, La
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How does the size of the MT V3 tires compare to the size of the XT tires?
XT is 7x4 and MT is 8.5 x 5.5
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