BLX Best diff fluid combo for speed runs.

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I just bought a roller from a friend and planning to run 100 + mph on it. I also bought a tp power 2700 kv and a castle XLX esc. What is the best diff fluid combo to use? Front, Center, Rear combination.
 

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as higher as you can get, even lockers if you have, esp in the middle.
 

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Interested in the recommended diff fluid also.
 

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Don’t people just run a spool for high speed applications? Totally locks the wheels and you can run a big pinion.
 

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I don’t want to run spools though since I want to run on a little more than just tarmac.
 

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I run 60k/1M/60k in my Talion with a 25T pinion and got 81mph and to me it's the perfect weight for speed, I'm able to keep the front end on the ground and haul a$$....And performs beautifully off road as well.
 

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Those numbers may be my route then ;)
 

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Good stuff! The Million weight is ALMOST like a locker you literally have to dig it out with a screwdriver but it also has just enough give to not tear up your center diff on Big Air landings...
 

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