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Old 09-19-2013, 06:17 PM
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Originally Posted by nicholasxuu
you mean use the kyosho steering parts?
Are those the kyosho stand offs or did you make your own?
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Old 09-19-2013, 06:21 PM
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Originally Posted by letrbuk
Are those the kyosho stand offs or did you make your own?
just 22's original stand off, the diameter is slightly smaller than 5mm (bearing has ID of 5mm ), I put some heat shrink tube there to make the difference.
I'm also curious if kyosho stand offs are long enough.
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Old 09-19-2013, 06:25 PM
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Yeah it would be nice to know the kyosho dimension.
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Originally Posted by vito
will a shorty pack fit in mid motor ?
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Yes it will. You will need a shorty servo to make your life easier.
Shorty pack fits fine with standard size servo in midmotor with room to spare for Rx.
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Old 09-19-2013, 06:34 PM
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Originally Posted by nicholasxuu
just 22's original stand off, the diameter is slightly smaller than 5mm (bearing has ID of 5mm ), I put some heat shrink tube there to make the difference.
I'm also curious if kyosho stand offs are long enough.
The Kyosho stand-offs are longer, you can cut them down to fit though and you wont have to use heat shrink to make up the difference in the diameter of the TLR posts.
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Old 09-19-2013, 06:37 PM
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cant load the book up on the web site
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http://www.tlracing.com/ProdInfo/Fil...002_manual.pdf
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Originally Posted by vito
cant load the book up on the web site
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=my+computer+cannot+read+pdf+files
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I have a "parts" related question... When I got my 2.0, I also ordered some "spare" bearings for the inner rear hub because that was a weak point on the original 1.0 kits (at least it was on my 1.0)...

As in the past, I ordered LOSA6954 "5x10 HD Clutch Bearings (2)" 8B/8T"

Well -- I got quite a surprise. Instead of the usual HD bearings with the reddish/brown seals, I got the old "standard" bearings with blue seals...?

Was this a packaging error (I ordered two packages and both sets had blue seals), or has there been a change in the specs for these? Is there a better part number to order for these inner bearings..?

Thanks in advance...
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Can't answer about the different seals....but you should check out AVID for bearings. I ran them in my 22 and in numerous b4's/t4's and have never had an issue.
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Originally Posted by Matt Trimmings
The Kyosho stand-offs are longer, you can cut them down to fit though and you wont have to use heat shrink to make up the difference in the diameter of the TLR posts.
Thanks for the info
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Originally Posted by tfrahm
I have a "parts" related question... When I got my 2.0, I also ordered some "spare" bearings for the inner rear hub because that was a weak point on the original 1.0 kits (at least it was on my 1.0)...

As in the past, I ordered LOSA6954 "5x10 HD Clutch Bearings (2)" 8B/8T"

Well -- I got quite a surprise. Instead of the usual HD bearings with the reddish/brown seals, I got the old "standard" bearings with blue seals...?

Was this a packaging error (I ordered two packages and both sets had blue seals), or has there been a change in the specs for these? Is there a better part number to order for these inner bearings..?

Thanks in advance...
+1 I just order an avid tube(10) of the 5x10x4. A good portion of the bearing that get beat up are that size.
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Old 09-19-2013, 08:33 PM
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Originally Posted by nicholasxuu
you mean use the kyosho steering parts?
Can we get some part numbers, I would like to try it?

I still have the set (front/back) of yellow wheels that I'm willing to exchange or sell for $10 shiped.
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Originally Posted by Docrc
Shorty pack fits fine with standard size servo in midmotor with room to spare for Rx.
I was talking about with the speedo on the chassis. Should have been more specific on my part. If you mount the esc up top there is pointy of room. Things just get interesting when you try to put everything on the chassis.
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Originally Posted by Adonis_mp
Can we get some part numbers, I would like to try it?

I still have the set (front/back) of yellow wheels that I'm willing to exchange or sell for $10 shiped.
Part numbers

KYOLA256
KYOBRG002
KYOUM716
KYOUM718
Total at a main is around $32.00
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