For every RC beginner, you may have like that, What is the difference between the same size screw in different material, Steel/Titanium/Aluminum? Which one is better? Any positive & negative effect when I used Steel/Titanium/Aluminum screw? Here is an introduction to show you the steel screw, titanium screw, and aluminum screw!
Let’s check out it now!
In this introduction, we will use Yeah Racing – new Lightweight Pit Digital Scales #YE-0031 – Small and handy scales for measuring how much diff oil you’re pouring into your diff, or measuring tires to see if they are all the same! Measures all the way from 0.1g to 1000 grams in tenth increments!
For showing you the weight of these screws (Steel/Titanium/Aluminum)
We will use the same size of 3*10mm Button Head Screw!
Here we go!
Start with weight measurement!
According to the weight of one alu screw is extremely light, we have to calculate it to figure the weight of one alu screw from 10pcs!
And we can use the Caliper to measure the whole length of the screw
Yeah Racing’s instrument for making accurate measurements on parts of your car where the utmost amount of accuracy is required. Features a stainless steel construction and a unique sliding rail design which minimizes the amount of error during measurements due to next to none play in these calipers. A screw-type adjusting nut allows for locking in measurements for left and right comparisons of turnbuckles for ensuring same alignments. Large electronic display and clear etched markings on the tool allow for easy reading of measurements. It comes in a sturdy carrying case for ease of transport and prevent damage to this measuring instrument.
The Lenght of the screw
For normal racers, it is not a significant change in weight. But some racer prefers to use alu screw as the petty outlook!
Example of using Alu Screw
Car in the photo – Xpress Execute XQ1 Mid Pulley Conversion Kit #XP-10495
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