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TrackStar Silicone Diff Oil (High Viscosity) 40000cSt (50ml)

TrackStar Silicone Diff Oil (High Viscosity) 40000cSt (50ml)

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TrackStar Silicone Diff Oil (High Viscosity) 40000cSt (50ml)

TrackStar Silicone Diff Oil is a high-quality race-spec Silicone oil formulated for modern high-performance on and off-road RC cars. Featuring High-temperature resistance, anti-wear technology and refined anti-corrosion additives, TrackStar Silicone Diff Oils will ensure less wear, lower noise, less resistance and longer service life from your vehicles drive train.

All TrackStar Silicone Oil viscosity ratings are guaranteed accurate, providing optimum performance and consistency for your vehicles drive train.

  • SKU 9342000040
  • Brand TrackStar
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight(g) 80.00
  • Length 70.00
  • Width 36.00
  • Height 36.00
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I'm using this in the center diff of my Turnigy Trooper SCT. This stuff offers substantially more resistance than the grease the truck comes with. For my local track, it seems about perfect. The truck has more grip from a dead stop, but the diff still spins enough to keep the truck from wheeling over backwards. The front wheels get pretty light though, so if you're a heavy throttle user, you might consider stepping back to the 30k cSt oil.

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I'm using this in the center diff of my Turnigy Trooper SCT. This stuff offers substantially more resistance than the grease the truck comes with. For my local track, it seems about perfect. The truck has more grip from a dead stop, but the diff still spins enough to keep the truck from wheeling over backwards. The front wheels get pretty light though, so if you're a heavy throttle user, you might consider stepping back to the 30k cSt oil.

for my sct real diff, turn up good

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for my sct real diff, turn up good

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