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Old 02-28-2011, 09:48 AM   #1681
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How many teeth is you Titan rear belt. I got some, and they were too long for the 5.
+1 The Mugen belt is 67T, the Titan is 70T.
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How many teeth is you Titan rear belt. I got some, and they were too long for the 5.
Yes, you are right, they are too long. The code on the belt should be 201 and not 210.

The rear belt for the Kyosho M3 is the same as the Mugen (201) and the Kyosho M3 Evo is the same as the Serpent 966 (210).

I will tell the owner of Titan about the mistake.
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Does anybody have the part numbers for the new anti-roll bars (2.7, 2.8, 2.9)?
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Old 02-28-2011, 04:43 PM   #1684
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Does anybody have the part numbers for the new anti-roll bars (2.7, 2.8, 2.9)?
They are mentioned on page 110.

H2134 Rear Sway Bar 2.7mm
H2135 Rear Sway Bar 2.8mm
H2136 Rear Sway Bar 2.9mm
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They are mentioned on page 110.

H2134 Rear Sway Bar 2.7mm
H2135 Rear Sway Bar 2.8mm
H2136 Rear Sway Bar 2.9mm
Hey Snowy, how's your worlds preparation going?
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Hey Snowy, how's your worlds preparation going?
Well Tim, it's going ok but I'm not as prepared as you by the sounds of it. You seem to know the car really well and have been running Mugen for many years so I expect big things from you in Miami. You will be carrying the weight of our nation.

I have only driven the car twice but very happy with it so far. Just need to work on the clutch a bit.

Still have a few more things to do like running in some engines and I'm waiting for some Protoform bodies to come in.

Overall, I don't expect a great result so I will be happy to finish in the top 100! I have to beat my 127th place in Italy.
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[QUOTE=Snowy;8725810]Well Tim, it's going ok but I'm not as prepared as you by the sounds of it. You seem to know the car really well and have been running Mugen for many years so I expect big things from you in Miami. You will be carrying the weight of our nation.


Thank for putting the pressure on I am just going out there to try and learn as much as possible. Will be interesting to see how we fare with the rest of the world. Our touring car drivers have done well in the past. Hope our engines will be competitive enough down that long straight. The mugen clutch are easy to setup, will show you some tricks when we are up in Miami thats if you still need help fine tuning the clutch
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Well Tim, it's going ok but I'm not as prepared as you by the sounds of it. You seem to know the car really well and have been running Mugen for many years so I expect big things from you in Miami. You will be carrying the weight of our nation.


Thank for putting the pressure on I am just going out there to try and learn as much as possible. Will be interesting to see how we fare with the rest of the world. Our touring car drivers have done well in the past. Hope our engines will be competitive enough down that long straight. The mugen clutch are easy to setup, will show you some tricks when we are up in Miami thats if you still need help fine tuning the clutch
I am sure you guys will do just fine. I was surprised to see how short some of the gearing is that some of the guys that have been testing with over there is for that massive straight.
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Thank for putting the pressure on I am just going out there to try and learn as much as possible. Will be interesting to see how we fare with the rest of the world. Our touring car drivers have done well in the past. Hope our engines will be competitive enough down that long straight. The mugen clutch are easy to setup, will show you some tricks when we are up in Miami thats if you still need help fine tuning the clutch
You will do ok. Yeah, I'm a bit worried about the long straight and fuel mileage so might need you help with clutch setup.

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I am sure you guys will do just fine. I was surprised to see how short some of the gearing is that some of the guys that have been testing with over there is for that massive straight.
They must get engines for free.
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There is a very good chance they do snowy....Bit like you from what i hear haha
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I am pretty sure I will be doing two stops in 10 minutes. Thats the fuel strategy we ran at the VIC's, even club days are a struggle to get 5minutes from a tank. There is no point in running short gearing on homestead as the car will just stop picking up speed in the middle of the main straight. Gearing information I got was 15/48 19/45 which seems close.
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I am pretty sure I will be doing two stops in 10 minutes. Thats the fuel strategy we ran at the VIC's, even club days are a struggle to get 5minutes from a tank. There is no point in running short gearing on homestead as the car will just stop picking up speed in the middle of the main straight. Gearing information I got was 15/48 19/45 which seems close.
I have seen gearing of 16/50 20/45 also, which is a bit shorter than i thought it would be.
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Please share them here!
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Yeah c'mon Timmy, share.
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I have seen gearing of 16/50 20/45 also, which is a bit shorter than i thought it would be.
20/45. Does not work @ homestead you will suffer in the infield ... I ran 16/50-20/46 And car worked well. Hold it down straight all the way through sweeper. One fuel stop is possible with proper clutch allthough pietsch swauger Rick v paolo they did 2 in 10 at pre worlds. Good luck
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