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Old 12-03-2008, 03:39 AM   #1891
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i think the new spool will fit the old car so i think you font have too buy new car anyway. What i can see on pics so should it fit.

Yeh but if it's a New Car I will have to have 1

Just hope that most of the other Parts fit
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Old 12-03-2008, 04:07 AM   #1892
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I wouldnt hehe, the only difference a eye can see is the carbon(over) plate crossover the chassies, Spool, New steering construction. If you change that on your sjin you got exactly the same car.

I think the spool is the best part of the new car.





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Old 12-03-2008, 06:21 AM   #1893
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hi guy's is that a newer sedan from the big K
and what do you think of the car !!
are the parts weaks in strenght compare to a rdx
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Old 12-03-2008, 06:46 AM   #1894
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I am sorry. That new car is just a prototype for the 2009 year Stallion car.

But the version thats out now is a good car. I Havent been in the 1:10th scale so long time yet but sofar i like it and the only bad thing with the old car is the spool. Bur the New Kyosho car will be much better. Just look at the worlds results. The car is fast 2.

The new car is the better choice if youre looking for a new car. The corally isnt bad, but i think Kyoshos car is easier too setup.
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Old 12-07-2008, 02:45 PM   #1895
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How many here will buy the new kyosho when it comes out? I will check if the spool fits on the SHIN car before i buy one
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Old 12-09-2008, 07:48 AM   #1896
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Hi, i`m new in the world of electric touring, i ran alwas nitro touring, i`m need some setting for a large track, i have a 3 turn LRP wiht lipo batteries, the car is out of the box, spur 106/ pinion 20.
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Old 12-09-2008, 12:03 PM   #1897
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And the track is medium traction and bumpy.
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And the track is medium traction and bumpy.
Asphalt or carpet? Rubber or foam tire? Shin or standard Stallion?
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Asphalt or carpet? Rubber or foam tire? Shin or standard Stallion?
Asphalt, rubber and standard, thank you.
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Just to point out guys, there is no certainty about the release of that car, as far as I know they might not even release it at all.
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Asphalt, rubber and standard, thank you.
Start with this. It's Ron Atomics setup and it worked fairly well for me.
http://www.kyoshoamerica.com/downloa...2006-10-07.pdf

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Start with this. It's Ron Atomics setup and it worked fairly well for me.
http://www.kyoshoamerica.com/downloa...2006-10-07.pdf

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Thank you.
Anytime. Now if you step up to the Shin kit, I've got a DIALED setup for rubber tires on carpet.

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Just to point out guys, there is no certainty about the release of that car, as far as I know they might not even release it at all.
they will release it .. just not ready yet.
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Dialed rubber tire carpet setup for the Shin

Front
Camber link: Hole 1 with 1mm spacer
Shock on tower: Hole 3
Shock on arm: Hole 2
Front suspension block: A w/1mm under
Rear suspension block: In B w/1mm under
Droop: 4.5
Wheelbase: 2mm in front 1mm in rear
Diff height: B w/Spool
Ackerman: middle chassis and top plate block w/forward B in wiper. 1mm under balls on wiper. Outer balls upside down and in front hole on knuckle.
Ride height: 5.1mm
Toe: 0 deg
Camber: -1.5 per side
Sway bar: 1.6mm with 3mm sticking out
Shock: 3B piston with 500wt Kyosho oil and Tamiya blue spring. Kit diaphram and pressure foam. 62mm overall length with 50 percent rebound.

Rear

Camber link: Hole 1 with 1mm spacer. Hole 1 on hub w/0 spacers
Shock on tower: Hole 4
Shock on arm: Hole 2
Front suspension block: Out C w/1mm under
Rear suspension block: Out D w/1mm under
Droop: 5
Wheelbase: 1mm in front 2mm in rear
Diff height: B w/aluminum diff halves
Ride height: 5.1mm
Camber: -2 per side
Sway bar: 1.5mm w/ball ends flush
Hub height: Down. Hubs middle on arm (1mm front and back). Kit hub with 5mm hex's and .5mm wheel spacer.
Shock: 3B piston with 450wt Kyosho oil and Tamiya blue spring. Kit diaphram and pressure foam. 61.5mm overall length with 40 percent rebound.


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