It’s just press fit and uses seals. The Savage internals fit just fine. I used Hot Bodies because they were machined not sintered.So that steel insert in the vorza cup isn't molded into the cup?
That bearing blowing out is still an issue for my with my savage's. I just try to keep an eye on it. Any idea of the savage internals fit inside that cup?
It won’t make it any thinner than the Vorza one. It’ll be the same ID and OD. And what do I have to lose, really. I’m not going to use those cups with the thin bearing so...No clue why HPI went the route they did. I wonder if turning down the aluminum cup will be a good idea. Will make that output boss pretty thin and likely to crack.
Like I said. Nothing to lose really. The cups are sitting wasted right now. Have been for about 8 years. I’d be really surprised if taking 2mm off the OD affects the structural integrity of the aluminum that much. The bearing is a tight fit on the outside and the output is a tight fit on the inside. There is virtually no wobble that could create a cracking issue. So, we shall see.Guessing the forsa one is sintered steel or machined steel whereas the other one appears to be cast aluminum. So, may be likely to crack on you.
The insert is steel. I imagine it’s probably sintered though. The aluminum cup should be stronger than the plastic cup. No chance of internal wobble/wear.Hope the modded HPI diff case is as strong as the Vorza diff, is the Vorza diff insert made from steel vs the aluminium HPI diff?