Friday, March 11, 2016

Pro-Line Racing Pro-2 SCT - Custom HD Transmission, Steel Spur Gear & Locked Diff! [VIDEO]

Today we take a step back with the Pro-Line Racing Pro-2 On Road build as we tear apart the HD transmission and do some custom work to the internals!

One of the first things i needed to do too this transmission in order to make it drift and drift well, was to be able to lock the Differential. And in order to lock it, i had to use a product called JB Weld. Its an epoxy that hardens like steel. By using this Epoxy it will seal the entire inside of the differential causing a locked rear end. Similar to that of a rear drift car.

The next thing i wanted to do to this transmission was to be able to install a steel spur gear. Considering I'm going to be running this on 3s lipo  with a powerful motor. I needed something that could take some abuse. In order for me to be able to install a steel spur gear setup in this transmission i ended up using a Traxxas Slash 2wd slipper shaft and gear setup. Witch then allowed me to use the Robinson Racing 56 Tooth 32 pitch Steel spur gear and upgraded slipper assemble. The best part about all of this is that its a direct drop in into the transmission!

Hope all of you found this information useful! Have a question? let me know in the comment box below! Don't forget to subscribe and like this video!


Products used in this Video

Pro-Line Pro-2 -

Pro-Line HD Transmission -

Pro-Line HD Differential Gear -

Traxxas Slipper Shaft -

Traxxas Slipper Shaft internal Gear -

Traxxas Slipper Clutch Spring and Nut (Kit) -

Robinson Racing 56Tooth 32 pitch Traxxas Slash 2wd Spur Gear Assembly -

Music Used in the video - 
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Anarchy At GA - By Platinumtrax

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