Typhon ARRMA Typhon Diff Oils

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Hello everybody,

which diff oils would you recommend for the Arrma Typhon?
 

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I recomend silicone based oil. It works spectacular. ;)
 

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New I recomend silicone based oil. It works spectacular. ;)
Yeah buddy :) but which setup would u recommend? I am trying 100kF/R 500k C and hope it will work out fine :)
 

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What ever weight you choose will work out fine. Its all preference. Racers like a lighter weight for turns. Bashers like the heavier weight. I tend to over do things and go through diffs, so i have always been on the heavy side....with my diff oil...that is
 
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What ever weight you choose will work out fine. Its all preference. Racers like a lighter weight for turns. Bashers like the heavier weight. I tend to over do things and go through diffs, so i have alwaysbeen on the heavy side.
thanks for your reply, I am the same type of guy :D so Im also going with the heavier :)
 

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Just got me a roller. Are the diffs already filled with oil?
 

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Just got me a roller. Are the diffs already filled with oil?
My Typhon was a RTR bought last year in Nov. The diffs are filled! but I really can not say which setup they used.
 

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My Typhon was a RTR bought last year in Nov. The diffs are filled! but I really can not say which setup they used.
Thanks. I guess I'll start by replacing it with 50k center and 100k front and rear. Is this a good starting point
 

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Thanks. I guess I'll start by replacing it with 50k center and 100k front and rear. Is this a good starting point
I have the Senton, so the same length chassis and I run buggy tires on it. I just swapped to 30k F/R and 50k center. I love it, just enough thickness to stop diffing so badly, but still thin enough to turn easily
 

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Nice..I have the Senton also..but still in box..got it during Xmas as a special from Tower Hobbies..maybe it's time to gI've it a run..thanks
 

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Nice..I have the Senton also..but still in box..got it during Xmas as a special from Tower Hobbies..maybe it's time to gI've it a run..thanks
Would you happen to know what toe in or out for the Typhon? Or for any buggy/ truggy?
 

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Im running. 100k rear 75k front 5k center. It runs nice and doesn't wheelie as much of full punch
 

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5k in the center..wow..and heavy in the front and rear..what type of ride does it give you?
 

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It rides cool just really jumpy. Got to be easy on the throttle. It set up right now for top speed runs ima detune it and start track racing it soon. Hkgh speed is fun but you cant go to a field and just bash the hell out of it.
 

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It rides cool just really jumpy. Got to be easy on the throttle. It set up right now for top speed runs ima detune it and start track racing it soon. Hkgh speed is fun but you cant go to a field and just bash the hell out of it.
Wouldn't you want heavy oil in the center for speed runs?
 

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Put 50k everywhere and I like it much better that 50k F/R and 100k C.
Was hard to keep straight on a bumpy track, now it's good.
 

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