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Old 07-19-2012, 02:24 PM   #241
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Guys does the LRP .28 fit directly to the new GT 2rs, does it need modifications, can i use the same cltch bell and what about the stock pipe for this motor, anyone have this in there car that can give me some help please Thanks, just looking to use this motor until i figure out what .21 i want to get.
The LRP .28 is a direct drop-in. I really think you will like this engine!

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Dear Kyosho,

Please make some 10 degree or 12 degree front C Hubs for the GT2. More turn in would be pretty awesome.

That is all.

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What is the degree of chassis kick up in the GT2?
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Sorry if this has been covered before, but I need help with body flexing. My Corvette body is flexing like crazy, the front even scrubs the ground when brakes are applied. Whats the best fix for this? I'm also going to purchase the Audi body as well if there is fix for that one also please do tell. Thanks for any help.
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Old 07-25-2012, 12:40 AM   #247
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Sorry if this has been covered before, but I need help with body flexing. My Corvette body is flexing like crazy, the front even scrubs the ground when brakes are applied. Whats the best fix for this? I'm also going to purchase the Audi body as well if there is fix for that one also please do tell. Thanks for any help.
Kyosho America had some pretty tight custom bumpers at one point, but you can get some high density foam and cut a hand fit bumper in a matter of 10-20 minutes, and you'll never have another issue with chatter in the nose of the car again.
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Sorry if this has been covered before, but I need help with body flexing. My Corvette body is flexing like crazy, the front even scrubs the ground when brakes are applied. Whats the best fix for this? I'm also going to purchase the Audi body as well if there is fix for that one also please do tell. Thanks for any help.

GT1 aston martin foam front bumper fit perfect on GT2 corvette.
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The LRP .28 is a direct drop-in. I really think you will like this engine!

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I want to replace the steering pin bushings in the ackerman plate with bearings. Anybody have a part number or size?
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What's the best way to adjust the two speed, need it to shift a little later, is there an easy way to do it, can't seem to find a way to make sure I'm tightening both the set screws and not the same one twice, thanks
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What's the best way to adjust the two speed, need it to shift a little later, is there an easy way to do it, can't seem to find a way to make sure I'm tightening both the set screws and not the same one twice, thanks
This drove me nuts as well 'til I figured to paint one bolt head white and the other red......boom boom no more cornfuzion
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This drove me nuts as well 'til I figured to paint one bolt head white and the other red......boom boom no more cornfuzion
Nice,will do, how much do you turn it in to make it shift about about 3seconds slower.
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I ended up taking the tranny out just to be sure, it only took 15 minutes and it gave me peace of mind.
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How is the Inferno Neo chassis (KYOIF235BK) strength wise? I'm checking out the options for GT1 replacements chassis's, and there's not really much. I've ran the Dragon chassis and it sucks!! I've also ran the 777 chassis and it's plenty strong, but getting a front center CVD is a nightmare!! Or I've considered the Kanai 2 SP chassis, (KYOIFW101). I've seen it, very strong, but ssoooo heavy. But I suppose the weight is down low. Any ideas/opinions?
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