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Old 05-01-2007, 03:23 PM   #1411
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Tekin motor?
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Old 05-01-2007, 03:24 PM   #1412
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There wan not one Tekin motor or esc at the event.

Where did you see that?

That's NOSRAM esc with ORION VORTEX BL motor.
My bad i looked @ the motor quickly
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Old 05-07-2007, 05:59 PM   #1413
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Well 2nd race with the Stalllion @ the local club race & the car was awesome. Finally got a chance to run it with the spool & really enjoying it more & more Qualified 9th in the A did not get to finish due to the rain. Can't wait till race it again
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Old 05-08-2007, 02:38 AM   #1414
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guys

new to electric ,running a 4.5 speed passion whats a good starting point with pinion ,running kit spur 106t , in those pics of the car below what are the cvd's ,mine out of the kit are red alloy

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haha Rain... there we go.. I had the 1RD in Switzerland and we had rain...

Nice Tuperware-Stallion....

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after have new TF-5 Stallion Shin Ver.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?t=162578
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after have new TF-5 Stallion Shin Ver.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?t=162578
what is the difference?
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Old 05-09-2007, 03:02 PM   #1418
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I think Shin, stands for Shiny.
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I believe it comes with the factory hop ups that were not included in the first kit.
Front & rear Aluminun bulk heads,Belt tensioner there may be some other hop ups but it's hard to determine from the pic provide on the link this isnot officially on the kyosho site & may just be a prototype available in japan If I get confirmation that it is available in the U.S. I will post an update
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the rear carbon upper plate is also a differant shape
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the rear carbon upper plate is also a differant shape
Just noticed that & it also has the aluminum Center bearring holder.
Hopefully will get some more info on this from kyosho america
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Hi Guys,

I believe the main difference of the Shin (Adachi) edition is that the chassis is much narrower with the batteries brought closer to the centerline. If you look closely, I believe the belts are reversed (longer belt is now on the side of the motor, although I have to double check my Stallion when I get home) and this allows the batteries to be brought closer to the middle. There looks to be a new upper deck as well (accomodating the belt tensioner on the otherside) and also the front of the upper deck have 2 screws instead of the usual 4 (more flex maybe?) And as others have pointed out, goodies and upgrades might possibly be included as well.

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hang on is there a 5 cell ver available? pics few posts below of the stallion
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Hi Guys,

I believe the main difference of the Shin (Adachi) edition is that the chassis is much narrower with the batteries brought closer to the centerline. If you look closely, I believe the belts are reversed (longer belt is now on the side of the motor, although I have to double check my Stallion when I get home) and this allows the batteries to be brought closer to the middle. There looks to be a new upper deck as well (accomodating the belt tensioner on the otherside) and also the front of the upper deck have 2 screws instead of the usual 4 (more flex maybe?) And as others have pointed out, goodies and upgrades might possibly be included as well.

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Steve you are correct on the belts being reversed but I also think you might be able to do that with the current car now.
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