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Old 07-07-2017, 03:03 AM   #1
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Found some anti torque twist transmissions on google lately. Hope this thread could benefits for some rc fans here and I believe some of these trans can be purchased on ebay or maybe some online store?
















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What makes it anti-torque twist?
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the transmission spin in different direction. Says the front drive shaft in reserve direction and the rear in forward direction .


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Hi Jato, have you check this video started from 0.37? https://youtu.be/3RJmeUQA5U0


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My Ascender is setup with the driveshafts spinning in opposite directions and the counter rotating shafts really do remove torque twist with the extremely large catch of all 4 tires being firmly on the ground. If the weight shifts off one end (which occasionally happens in crawling), all benefit of the counter rotation is gone.

It is cool to hit the throttle on flat ground and have the truck stay upright though.
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Hot Racing also makes an anti torque twist transfer case for the 10.2 kit trans.
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My Ascender is setup with the driveshafts spinning in opposite directions and the counter rotating shafts really do remove torque twist with the extremely large catch of all 4 tires being firmly on the ground. If the weight shifts off one end (which occasionally happens in crawling), all benefit of the counter rotation is gone.

It is cool to hit the throttle on flat ground and have the truck stay upright though.
How did you pull that off?
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These are all great posts. I am a firm advocate for anything that reduces torque twist. That being said, can we possibly get some links to these? I have tried to find them but my Google-fu is embarrassingly sub-par today. I appreciate it fellas. Thanks in advance.

Ok, I believe I found the correct Hot Racing transfer case.

http://hot-racing.com/?partnumber=SCXT38RTC01;c=1020

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How did you pull that off?
Changing output shafts on the GCM t-case and flipping the rear axle.

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Mmmmm. Cheeze Berger. Dlux Fab
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Changing output shafts on the GCM t-case and flipping the rear axle.



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From your ascender thread, svt923...

"The results of my experiment: torque twist gone completely with the catch of all 4 wheels needing to be on the ground. If you are in a situation where 1 tire (especially the front) isn't on the ground or where most of the weight is shifted to one end, it will still twist in the direction of the axle rotation on the side with the majority of the weight."

I imagine this applies to ALL counter rotational applications, transmissions, t-cases etc.?.?.? I manage to get a wheel/corner up at least twice every time I'm out crawling so not sure if this is the way I want to go. Your input is appreciated.
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