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Old 10-27-2006, 03:12 PM   #1021
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Hello there you guys.
I am new on this site and would likle to start out saying that this is a cool forum.
Like many of you i have the stallion and have some probs some of you could help me whit.
In the kit there is 4 shims, 2 gold and 2 silver, where are they used? the dont figur in the manual!

I also have some probs whit my diffs, the can move 2 inch to the one side, some susgestions?

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the shims are put in there so your diff does not move from side to side
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Old 10-27-2006, 07:14 PM   #1022
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is there any different springs that may fit these shocks (ie:xray,hpi,etc)
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Old 10-27-2006, 10:02 PM   #1023
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Red face springs

corally black for rubber and silver for foam
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Old 10-27-2006, 10:42 PM   #1024
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corally black for rubber and silver for foam
these are a direct fit huh, thank you i'm going to go with the silver.
what combo are you running, like a 33 f 26 r?
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Old 10-27-2006, 10:55 PM   #1025
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not sure what i have on it need to check....if u run rubber go with the BLK
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Old 10-27-2006, 10:58 PM   #1026
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not sure what i have on it need to check....if u run rubber go with the BLK
nah, we run just foams, the kit springs are way to soft
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Old 10-27-2006, 11:04 PM   #1027
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just talked to kyosho USA all op parts will be mid next week
Item Number Description StdPrice
TFW001 Aluminum Diff. Shaft Set(TF-5/ $25.99
TFW001-01 C-Joint Adaptor(TF-5/STALLION) $3.99
TFW051 Aluminum Spool Shaft Set (TF-5 $26.99
TFW101 Center One-way(STALLION) $15.99
TFW102 Aluminum Upper Bulk Head Set(S $46.99
TFW103 Low Friction Belt(447/STALLION $6.99
TFW104 Low Friction Belt(222/STALLION $5.99
TFW105 Belt Tensionner(STALLION) $12.99
TFW106 Aluminum Rear Upper Plate(STAL $25.99
TFW107 Aluminum Center Bearing Holder $24.99
TFW108 Aluminum Spool Shaft Set(STALL $31.00
was there any pictures of these items because on the pictures of this car earlier in the thread it looked like the bottom and upper aluminum bulkhead was one piece
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Old 10-28-2006, 03:44 AM   #1028
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I made images of those things that i received yesterday:

TFW001 Aluminum Diff. Shaft Set
TFW101 Center One-way
TFW102 Aluminum Upper Bulk Head Set
TFW105 Belt Tensionner
TFW106 Aluminum Rear Upper Plate

http://rc.akaver.com/albums/2006-10-28_Stallion/

also got TF005H - stronger lower arm set

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Old 10-28-2006, 05:40 AM   #1029
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I will look and see .....how do u like the car ?
I think the Kyosho is an undiscovered gem. Handling is spot on out of the box (probably more of a rubber tyre car though - like most Japanese chassis).

Most people that see the car in the pits have no idea that Kyosho made a tourer, but like the red anodising. Then they see it (or try it) on the track and are blown away. There are a couple of them running in my area now (I still run the shaft, a couple of others run a Stallion) and they have been fast from day one.

Now that the hop-ups are starting to come out I think we will see more people trying one. The alloy diffs/spools in particular should be popular.
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Old 10-28-2006, 07:20 AM   #1030
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Sorry if this question has been asked before but what mm roll bars come with the kit if any? Or are they a option part?

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Old 10-28-2006, 10:49 AM   #1033
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the shims are put in there so your diff does not move from side to side
Oki cool, but do i put one of each color i each side, and are they only for the rear dif ore also for the front dif?

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Roll bars are standard, I believe there is a 1.4mm for the front and a 1.2mm for the rear (interchangeable). Options from 1.0mm to 1.6mm.
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Oki cool, but do i put one of each color i each side, and are they only for the rear dif ore also for the front dif?

moe
They need to be fitted so the belt runs centrally on the pulley. Probably one of each on each side is a good starting point.
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