MIP Ball Differential Kit (Blitz)

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Low Price: $33.75
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This is an optional MIP Ball Differential Kit, and is intended for use with the HPI Blitz. The MIP Ball Diff is designed for today’s high demand brushed and brushless power systems. This Ball Diff features a removable output shaft to enable “In-Car” diff adjustments and a sealed thrust bearing assembly for more runs between rebuilds. The diff gear features glass filled plastic for high strength and durability. The remaining diff construction and diff rings are made of hardened alloy steel for durability and wear resistance. Improves cornering, handling, and stability. This kit replaces the Stock Gear Diff with an MIP Ball Diff Kit.

  • Hardened High Strength Alloy used for excellent wear resistance!
  • No Modifications needed and is ready to drop in and Run!
  • Improves cornering, handling, & stability.
  • 100% Quality made in the USA!

This product was added to our catalog on May 26, 2010.

Ryan Borden
Friday, Apr 19 2013 (about 4 years ago)
MIP Ball Differential Kit (Blitz)
I must say, this is without a doubt the worst diff i've ever had the misfortune of using, mine has less than 12 hours of use on it and i've already had to replace the male outdrive, (one side snapped off the cup) the tensioning screw, (randomly snapped off the threads) and the internal bearings.)
Dani in OR
Tuesday, May 15 2012 (about 5 years ago)
MIP Ball Differential Kit (Blitz)
I put one of these in my E- firestorm Flux. Its a drop in replacement for the gear diff, (the flux runs the same diff as the Blitz RTR). Compared to the stock diff it weighs probably half as much, is smooooth, and I noticed an immediate performance improvement. I can go in a straight line now when i punch it, even on loose dirt with the stock crummy tires and 5700kv motor on 2s! i was diffing out all over the place with the stock setup. Could barely make it out of a corner under power without doing a donut. steering is just as good if not better. This is probably not quite as durable as the HPI ball diff since the gear is a plastic composite instead of alloy, but it also weighs a lot less, is easier to build and easy to tune. Price point is a little high but since i was having to replace the stock diff cups and would have to get a couple bottles of diff oil to tune with, i just sprang for the ball diff. No issues here with dog bones falling out, may want to think about adding some small rubber o-rings in the diff cups for added cushion. if there was a half star rating i would rate this at 4.5 stars, becuase of price and lack of o-rings for the diff cups. instead i will just round up since it is such an improvement over the gear diff. thanks MIP!)
matthew happ
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Aug 24 2010 (about 7 years ago)
MIP Ball Differential Kit (Blitz)
easy to set up great feel but when i put in to blitz an use original dogbones there too short lol nvm i recomend you get the mip cvd axles too which im off to find)