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Old 05-30-2007, 10:04 AM   #1486
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we meet again MJ...gotta keep a step ahead of you...you'll probably get this one when it comes out...if its blinged out like in the pics, I'll defenitely give it a try...since its the only car besides the Yok BD that has the servo facing the front, and this leaves lots of room for the electronics...I wish the MI3 came that way...those 7-8mm of extra real estate count alot...
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When will the Shin edition be available in the US?
Check back at http://www.kyoshoamerica.com/ for more information. Perhaps someone at Kyosho USA confirm the date and availability.
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Old 05-30-2007, 04:07 PM   #1488
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what about the plastic clip over the end of the dogbone end ,have you lost any of those?
The dogbone clips are quite snug. I have about 30+ runs on the car and have not had an issue.

For the Hirosaka parts you might consider contacting Masaki via his website.

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Old 05-30-2007, 04:10 PM   #1489
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Check back at http://www.kyoshoamerica.com/ for more information. Perhaps someone at Kyosho USA confirm the date and availability.
the page for the Shin Edition Stallion: http://www.kyoshoamerica.com/comingsoon.asp
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Old 05-31-2007, 02:04 AM   #1490
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The dogbone clips are quite snug. I have about 30+ runs on the car and have not had an issue.

For the Hirosaka parts you might consider contacting Masaki via his website.

Good luck.
Just wondering ,what motor are you running to get 30+ runs out of the plastic c joints? cause im running a 4.5BL and a spool which seems to do some damage
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Old 05-31-2007, 06:15 AM   #1491
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Just wondering ,what motor are you running to get 30+ runs out of the plastic c joints? cause im running a 4.5BL and a spool which seems to do some damage
I`m running 3.5T and spool my plastic C joins... I made max 3 runs.. Note the spool are new and have no damage...
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When will the Shin edition be available in the US?
July onsale !
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Old 05-31-2007, 07:12 AM   #1493
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July onsale !
Finally...any word on the street price? I hope its not over priced like the last one...
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I`m running 3.5T and spool my plastic C joins... I made max 3 runs.. Note the spool are new and have no damage...
Are you using any type of grease on the spool?

Are you using the aluminum rear diff halves as well? How does the wear compare between the rear diff halves and the front spool?
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Finally...any word on the street price? I hope its not over priced like the last one...
Yen price very expensive !
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Just wondering ,what motor are you running to get 30+ runs out of the plastic c joints? cause im running a 4.5BL and a spool which seems to do some damage
That was with a 19t is preparation for Reedy. You will have more wear with lower brushed/bl motors. IMO the aluminum diff and clips wear as well other similar setups by other manf. Lubrication helps the reduce wear rate.
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Yen price very expensive !
Only what I here from Kyosho Switzerland is, that the car will be 20% more expensive than the normal version....

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Yep im using kyosho joint grease, the good white stuff, i run on a tight track for club meets , so theres alot of turning , and stop starts, one guy who is a team driver for corally has to replace his plastic blades every run
I was just wondering if there was a harder/stronger shaft or something i didnt know about

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Who are the Kyosho America team drivers that use this thread?
That can answer setup questions for the Stallion.

I know we all have our different opinions on what is a good setup for our track that we race on,(what ever country thats in) but in this thread
questions are asked about handling of the stallion and are vaguely answered
like, try 45wt and blue spring that should help! (Maybe).

I have a Stallion it's very good (Love Kyosho), I've gone faster with it than any other car I've have had so far, getting a Shin Version won't help me.

They look great, but I don't need it, my driving consistency is 0.13 of a second 3 out of 5 runs I'm just looking to find small inprovements in the car
at the moment.

So Who are the team drivers that use the Stallion regularly that I can ask
when I'm on RCtech?

(please don't miss understand this request)
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Who are the Kyosho America team drivers that use this thread?
That can answer setup questions for the Stallion.

I know we all have our different opinions on what is a good setup for our track that we race on,(what ever country thats in) but in this thread
questions are asked about handling of the stallion and are vaguely answered
like, try 45wt and blue spring that should help! (Maybe).

I have a Stallion it's very good (Love Kyosho), I've gone faster with it than any other car I've have had so far, getting a Shin Version won't help me.

They look great, but I don't need it, my driving consistency is 0.13 of a second 3 out of 5 runs I'm just looking to find small inprovements in the car
at the moment.

So Who are the team drivers that use the Stallion regularly that I can ask
when I'm on RCtech?

(please don't miss understand this request)
The Team is still in developement & there are just a few team drivers doing electric most of the Team is Nitro On/Off Road
i am currently running the Stallion out doors like once a month due to the heavy Nitro On Road program but when the season slows down electric will be the focus.
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