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Old 02-27-2010, 02:06 PM   #1
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I had a hyper 7 that i got rid of but i took the clutch assembly from the engine that was in the hyper 7 and put it on my new RB s7 engine that im about to drop into a MBX6. Is this a good idea or should I use a mbx6 clutch assembly?

Also when I go to install my throttle servo there doesnt appear to be anything for the screws to screw into?

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I had a hyper 7 that i got rid of but i took the clutch assembly from the engine that was in the hyper 7 and put it on my new RB s7 engine that im about to drop into a MBX6. Is this a good idea or should I use a mbx6 clutch assembly?

Also when I go to install my throttle servo there doesnt appear to be anything for the screws to screw into?

Any and all help is greatly appreciated!
You have two things to worry about. Diameter and location of the flywheel.. You need to make sure the diameter of the Flywheel isn't too big or too small, and you need to make sure the Fly wheel fits into the hole in the chassis for the fly wheel. If both of those things are good. Then you shouldn't have any troubles.

If the flywheel is too big it will hit the ground on big jumps and could kill the engine. If it is too small it won't engage the starter box, which won't allow it to start..
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the clutch bell may be too short or long and not sit centered on the spur, the spur/clutchbell mesh may not be smooth. you can use 3mm nuts on the bottom of the throttle servo screws.
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the clutch bell may be too short or long and not sit centered on the spur, the spur/clutchbell mesh may not be smooth. you can use 3mm nuts on the bottom of the throttle servo screws.
The CB not being centered is in shiming not so much the Flywheel..
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