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Old 07-05-2008, 09:17 AM   #1846
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Anyone have for sale or know where I could get hardened milled chassis?Thanks Lance
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Anyone have for sale or know where I could get hardened milled chassis?Thanks Lance
You got a pm.
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Default Kaos DT-19 EVO ARR Wanted

I'm looking for another DT-19 EVO ARR if anyone has a spare to sell. Ever since I started to run a couple, more and more guys are wanting them. I sold 2 of mine and would now like another to setup for a friend and probably another just to have for myself. Pleased so far with the durability and consistent run times that these produce. PM with any rollers or information please. Thanks in advance...
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You have P.M. manynitros.
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PM Sent... thanks for the fast response...I'll await some pics...
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www.Holeshothobbies.com - I received my OCM parts order from them and everything went smooth. All newest version parts, prompt shipping and arrived as promised.
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Thanks guys. Manynitros you got a PM.
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Old 07-10-2008, 07:35 PM   #1854
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I have three different Novarossi engines I have installed in my Kao EVO and all three put the clutchbell too far forward. It is far enough back I can get it to work but it absolutely will not center on the spur. I have used 4 different collets and kyosho and hyper flywheels as well as the OCM one and all line up the same way. I have also tried a Mugen one piece mount and still no difference. Is it just the Novarossi engines or do others do the same thing?
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Well I just put a OS .21 VG in my Kaos and it is centered. I think it might be the motor. You said you tried 3 different collets but were they different thicknesses? A thinner one will move everything backwards.
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I have three different Novarossi engines I have installed in my Kao EVO and all three put the clutchbell too far forward. It is far enough back I can get it to work but it absolutely will not center on the spur. I have used 4 different collets and kyosho and hyper flywheels as well as the OCM one and all line up the same way. I have also tried a Mugen one piece mount and still no difference. Is it just the Novarossi engines or do others do the same thing?
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Well I just put a OS .21 VG in my Kaos and it is centered. I think it might be the motor. You said you tried 3 different collets but were they different thicknesses? A thinner one will move everything backwards.
Haven't run into any probs with my GO's. Sounds like you might be drilling and tapping some new threads.
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I've run three Novas in my buggy and haven't had any issues. Doesn't have to be perfectly centered. I like my spur to ride a little further down the clutch bell than centered. Not sure what you have going on there...What clutch setup are you using? Any shims behind the collet?
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I have three different Novarossi engines I have installed in my Kao EVO and all three put the clutchbell too far forward. It is far enough back I can get it to work but it absolutely will not center on the spur. I have used 4 different collets and kyosho and hyper flywheels as well as the OCM one and all line up the same way. I have also tried a Mugen one piece mount and still no difference. Is it just the Novarossi engines or do others do the same thing?

yep i have the same problem except with my GO.

it only happened when i installed the hard milled chassis though.
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I do have the hard milled chassis as well so maybe that is the problem. As I said, it isn't so far back that it doesn't work, I would just prefer it was more centered. This is the first time it has been an issue.

The collets were if different thicknesses and there was some improvement just not as much as I would like. The thinnest one was actually too thin and the flywheel rubbed against the block.

I thought about drilling and tapping new holes but there wouldn't be enough material to support the threads due to being so close to the old holes.
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