It does clearly state that these shims are 0.2mm thick. But the stock ones are 0.3mm thick. I didn't know this until after it was too late. These shims wore just as fast as stock ones for me. 2 race days and 1 practice night and these are bad. The problem is since they are thin. Add the additional wear and that equaled all the gears inside the diff stripped. Wasted TQ. Hard to win the 4wd class with a 2wd.
Jim W - Rating: Verified Owner
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
I thought these would be the answer but found out they weren't. After two months they were almost completely disappeared/dissolved. In my experience they don't last as long as the stock shims.
P-J - Rating: Verified Owner
Saturday, December 29, 2012
These are somewhat harder than stock and hold up a little better but wear because of the diff design almost as fast. Still, use this on builds after the stockers have gone. They won't reduce noise or give other advantages.
Alan - Rating:
Sunday, September 30, 2012
These do make the diffs feel smoother but they also wear out quite fast too. Gotta replace these at least every 5-6 months of weekend club races. Mine were worn down to little razor blades that was just after 4 months. I guess for the price its not that bad.
Bigwave - Rating: Verified Owner
Friday, September 07, 2012
What the diffs should already come with from Losi. No more tight binding diff action on a new build. Wear rate isn't known to me yet, but can't be worse than the horrible factory shims.
Patrick Littleton - Rating: Verified Owner
Sunday, June 03, 2012
Just installed a set in my SCTE--significant difference in noise level. Should have used these sooner.