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Old 04-16-2019, 02:24 AM
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very weak front end can't keep the steering arms or the bearing hubs from breaking, even on mild jumps on our clay track.Hopefully someone comes out with a fix...
​​​​​​ Kyosho have recognised that these are weak and there is now an updated version in the shops, part number LA387B (The B designates an updated part) The Exotek parts are only available in 10 degrees so it depends on your setup as to if you could run these.
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so the exotek c hubs will work with zx7 arms ?
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Old 04-17-2019, 02:28 AM
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so the exotek c hubs will work with zx7 arms ?
Yes, I have them mounted...
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thank you for your knowledge sir,I will give these options a try
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Can't wait to give my new ZX7 a few laps this weekend! I'll add a pic when the forum allows, it wouldn't allow me to add it.
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You will love it...I'm doing some clubracing this weekend,too.
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I noticed a pic of jelins zx7 with the servo swapped to the right side of the car. Is anyone running there servos like that or stock? What would this do?
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I noticed a pic of jelins zx7 with the servo swapped to the right side of the car. Is anyone running there servos like that or stock? What would this do?
I run it that way, too...it's easier to place the wires from the speedo to the motor, IMO.
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I run it that way, too...it's easier to place the wires from the speedo to the motor, IMO.
Ive set mine up that way and agree the wiring is a lot better
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Is anyone running the center diff in the zx7? If so what diff oil are yall running?
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