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Old 02-24-2009, 08:37 AM   #4531
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Old 02-27-2009, 06:02 AM   #4532
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I'm looking to buy the OFNA Picco JL Racing .12 Red Dot Engine. It says is rear exhaust does that mean the tune pipe goes in the rear or could it go on the side. I have a serpent 720 09.
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Old 02-27-2009, 06:21 AM   #4533
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I'm looking to buy the OFNA Picco JL Racing .12 Red Dot Engine. It says is rear exhaust does that mean the tune pipe goes in the rear or could it go on the side. I have a serpent 720 09.


rear exhaust means the exhaust port exits on the reverse side of the carb, which is the intake side. So the header would be on the side of the car. If it were a side exhaust engine, the the exhaust port would exit to the rear of the car.
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Yes that engine will work in your 720.
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Can someone give me the dimensions of the big bearing which goes in to the WC clutch?.

I bought the clutch assembly from a friend to use it in my NT1 but the big bearing misses and it's a bit hard to measure the dimensions of the bearing.
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5x10 is the larger inner bearing, and the 2 smaller ones are 5x8mm
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Old 03-01-2009, 05:05 PM   #4537
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Can someone give me the dimensions of the big bearing which goes in to the WC clutch?.

I bought the clutch assembly from a friend to use it in my NT1 but the big bearing misses and it's a bit hard to measure the dimensions of the bearing.
you need 2 of the outer bearings at 5x8x2
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Old 03-02-2009, 01:34 AM   #4538
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Can someone give me the dimensions of the big bearing which goes in to the WC clutch?.

I bought the clutch assembly from a friend to use it in my NT1 but the big bearing misses and it's a bit hard to measure the dimensions of the bearing.
Always go to the site from a well known racer on our MACH track.
http://www.abc-rc-shop.nl/
On the right you see the exploded views, and you can find every information you want there...
But probably you won't find this specific infomation there off course (Murphy's law)
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5x10 is the larger inner bearing, and the 2 smaller ones are 5x8mm
Can you tell how 'thick' the bearing is, my guess is 5x10x3, but i'm not sure.

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you need 2 of the outer bearings at
5x8x2
The two small one's i already have.

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Always go to the site from a well known racer on our MACH track.
http://www.abc-rc-shop.nl/
On the right you see the exploded views, and you can find every information you want there...
But probably you won't find this specific infomation there off course (Murphy's law)
Well Murphy's law applies to this situation, nothing to be found
Probably because it's the optional clutch.
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Hey guys I'm putting my kit together and I have a question regarding the braking system on the assembly book on page 13 on the top is says pad, metal, metal, pad is this the way it goes or does it go pad, metal, pad, metal?
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Old 03-02-2009, 01:58 PM   #4541
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Can you tell how 'thick' the bearing is, my guess is 5x10x3, but i'm not sure.
I would go for 5x10x4, not 3, never seen 3mm....
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The silver colored then the black which is the pad. So its metal pad then pad metal. The pads will be inbetween the disk
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Rather the disk will be in between the pads.
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I would go for 5x10x4, not 3, never seen 3mm....
The original centax 3 uses 5x10x3, that's why i guess they re-used those bearings. Below is the serpent number for the item.
1315 Kogellagers 5x10x3 (2)
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Rather the disk will be in between the pads.
Thanks my first build almost done can't wait to race it....
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