CVD's, Straight axles, Ball Difs.....(new pics added 8/20/05

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CVD's, Straight axles, Ball Difs.....(new pics added 8/20/05

Post by Thunder VP » Wed Aug 03, 2005 4:00 am

Here's a heads up on the latest products coming your way from Thunder Tech Racing.

The Clodbuster CVD axles (MIP-CB01 $45.00/pr.)
Clodbuster Straight, one piece axles (MIP-CB-02 $35.00/pr)
Clodbuster Ball Dif (MIP-CB-10 $45.00 each)


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Pre-Orders will be taken starting on Aug. 5th and shipping late Aug for the CVDs and straight axles. Early Sept for the ball diffs.

More information can be found staring here:
http://www.thundertechracing.com/cvd1.htm
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Post by TIER » Wed Aug 03, 2005 5:01 am

lookin awesome.. cant wait to get my hands on a set of each. :D
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Post by Thunder VP » Tue Aug 09, 2005 4:41 am

If all goes well we should have pics of accual parts including the ball dif by 8/10
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Post by BaddClod » Thu Aug 11, 2005 8:32 pm

Any updates on the Celrin axle tubes and gearcases? :?:
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Post by rcconcpet.ca » Thu Aug 11, 2005 9:17 pm

you mean delrin.

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Post by Thunder VP » Fri Aug 12, 2005 2:43 am

The designs are done for the most part, on all the plastic gearcase/axle parts. We are working to secure the funds needed for all the mold work needed. The CVD, straight axle and ball dif required less of an initial investment to produce so we went with those first, banking the returns to fund the mold bases. So tell everyone to order some CVds and we will be able to get the molds started sooner. :lol:
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Post by MelvinsArmy » Fri Aug 12, 2005 3:42 am

Can you explain the advantage of a CVD in a straight axle truck? I thought that CVD's were just a better dog bone for independent suspension trucks. It looks like joint would be well inside the axle, and not the connector between the inner and outer axle. I don't understand the improvement they would make inside a solid axle. Are the CVD's needed to run with the ball diff you're making, or will the stock axles work? Even though I don't fully understand the CVD in a Clod advantage (yet 8) ) these all look like great new products. Glad they're coming out.

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Post by 6x6_BigDollars » Fri Aug 12, 2005 1:15 pm

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Post by bigmoose » Fri Aug 12, 2005 2:39 pm

Holy Cow!!!!

Those parts look great!!!

I can not wait to hear about their performance. If Thunder Tech's rep is an indicator, they will incredible.

Great job guys!!!

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Post by shagrat69 » Fri Aug 12, 2005 5:20 pm

hey just an idea....if you hadn't thought of this all ready, the hex on the end is held on with a pin. correct?? well you could make them avaible in clod, maxx, and monsterpirate size so you wouldn't need any kind of extra adaptors to deal with. that would be neat'o!! :D

i'm definitly orderin a set of these!!! thanks TTR!! :D :D

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Post by MelvinsArmy » Fri Aug 12, 2005 9:10 pm

Oh wait, I think I get the CVD now. I think I was looking at it backwards, thinking the CVD was up next to the diff. The CVD is connecting the inner and outer axles then? If so, then it makes perfect sense to me. Sorry, I'm a little slow sometimes. Awesome idea. 8)

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Post by rcconcpet.ca » Sun Aug 14, 2005 11:01 pm

I asked & TTR siad the cvds will work the stock diffs of the clod

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Post by Thunder VP » Sat Aug 20, 2005 11:53 pm

Here are a few new pics with our first sample parts. These have not been hardend or plated yet but we thought all of you would like to see some accual parts installed.

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Post by RcK cRwLr » Sun Aug 21, 2005 2:34 pm

Awsome stuff man I might get them also what kinda price we looking at ?
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Post by Stomper_MT » Sun Aug 21, 2005 9:22 pm

"Here's a heads up on the latest products coming your way from Thunder Tech Racing.

The Clodbuster CVD axles (MIP-CB01 $45.00/pr.)
Clodbuster Straight, one piece axles (MIP-CB-02 $35.00/pr)
Clodbuster Ball Dif (MIP-CB-10 $45.00 each)"

Straight from the first post.

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