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    Quote Originally Posted by traxxas7137 View Post
    It's a sprocket.... there's no point in cleaning a ddm sprocket. As long as the teeth are good, it's fine.
    Thats not something an OCD person would say

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slitz View Post
    Thats not something an OCD person would say
    Im moderately OCD, not Derek Short OCD I get stuff done to a good quality, not one that I loose sleep over knowing there is wax residue left over on a sprocket
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    Quote Originally Posted by traxxas7137 View Post
    It's a sprocket.... there's no point in cleaning a ddm sprocket. As long as the teeth are good, it's fine.
    Except when you're mounting a critical part of your braking system to it, could cause it to be out of true and rub the brake pads. I clean mine every time the wheel is off, but that's just me.
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    Never even though of that
    Quote Originally Posted by traxxas7137
    Or it leaned out so it's smooth power VS gurgle gurgle EXPLODE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Depths of Hell View Post
    Except when you're mounting a critical part of your braking system to it, could cause it to be out of true and rub the brake pads. I clean mine every time the wheel is off, but that's just me.
    AHH, I already though of that good sir, I cleaned off where the skopod adapter mounted so that it sits flush with the sprocket.
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    Got the parts back from the shop today. The lighting and camera can't even come close to captureing the actaul color of the frame.
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    Starting on the front end after I installed the deck
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    Front wheel and pole are on it now, breaks adjusted properly...
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    Power House 460 engine mock up
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    Engine mounted up and pipe polished
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    Do I need to run a 20mm IS mount for the rear? The set came with the 20mm in front and 0mm in rear. The front has never had issues, but the back one doesn't fit with the 0mm mount. I am running 160mm rotors. Thanks in advance for the help - Alex
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    Honestly I know it's a little late, but I'd swap that for a 140, you're gonna smack that rotor on driveway lips and similar objects like my sprocket, plus it's farther out than a sprocket so you don't need to be leaned over as much
    Quote Originally Posted by traxxas7137
    Or it leaned out so it's smooth power VS gurgle gurgle EXPLODE

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    You wont need the prefilter.
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    I knew I was forgetting something, LUUBE!!!

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    I also swapped my 160 rear for a 140 rear as the 160 did hit things. Just sayying. This build looks great and can't wait to see it in person.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maxman View Post
    Honestly I know it's a little late, but I'd swap that for a 140, you're gonna smack that rotor on driveway lips and similar objects like my sprocket, plus it's farther out than a sprocket so you don't need to be leaned over as much
    Quote Originally Posted by XLR8R View Post
    I also swapped my 160 rear for a 140 rear as the 160 did hit things. Just sayying. This build looks great and can't wait to see it in person.
    Odd i never have hit anything with my rear brake rotor ever....160 mm all the way
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