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Old 01-31-2009, 09:20 AM   #1
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Default HELP! Kyosho Dodge Ram

I have a Kyosho Dodge Ram iam trying to get going for someone.It has the stock Kyosho gx.11 engine single needle carb from the first series of trucks.I am looking for needle settings and any tips on this truck.I think it was purchased around 1997.
The engine compression is alittle weak,but it still has some?
I can get quick engine starts(about 2seconds) ,and that is it.
I believe the engines is to worn but the guy who owns it thinks it should still run.

any engine tips would be great

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Old 01-31-2009, 01:41 PM   #2
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I can't seem to find any info on the engine for this truck.All i can find is some info on the chassie ,which seems to have been used for about three other trucks.One of them being the QDC Beetle .This one does not have reverse from what i can see though.But it may when i go into full brake but i want know until i get it started..
It would still helpful if anyone has any info or tips on this engine.
One thing i did notice is that this truck does not have the stock exhaust pipe.It looks more like a C02 cartridge.

I have tried many different needle setting and no luck getting it started.I also put in a new glowplug to,no luck.

PLEASE HELP !!

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