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Old 04-26-2006, 07:51 AM   #76
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Yep, belt pulley 21T. The aluminium brake holder is also essential. Now using the kawahara disc actually helps to reduce wear on it since its double layered and hence minimal lateral movement on the holder

Is that the pulley with the pins that hold the brake disk?

The WCE comes with the aluminum brake holder... at least mine did.
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Old 04-26-2006, 01:55 PM   #77
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THe Kawahara disc is slotted, ventilated, cross-drilled and etc. Will post picture later
Kawahara: http://www.hikarisystem.net/kawahara...goods_ID=K-496 - Are you using the K-496?

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Old 04-26-2006, 07:58 PM   #78
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Yep, using K-496. As for the pads, I am using the pads taken from the 1:1 scale car. Basically get the machine shop to cut a couple of small pieces out and then stick it to the metal disc brake pad and voila. Cheaper than APP and it has lasted me from my FW05R days
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One thing that jeffreylin mentioned, is that he can't remove the gears from the lightweight clutch bell without bending the clutch bell. Has anyone else had similar problems? Is there a certain technique to use so that the clutch bell won't get bent?
Mugen makes a clutchbell pinion remover that is supposed to work great.
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Old 04-26-2006, 11:17 PM   #80
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Who has that in stock? Looks nice.

How about doubling up on the rear tower???
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Old 04-27-2006, 01:00 AM   #81
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how many mm is the new rear tower?
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Old 04-27-2006, 01:13 AM   #82
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According to this document (http://www.kyosho.co.jp/web/products...r_060322-e.pdf, it's looks like it's only 3mm.
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According to this document (http://www.kyosho.co.jp/web/products...r_060322-e.pdf, it's looks like it's only 3mm.
Ill just retap my skyline tower to fit the mounts
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Has anyone tried the KFactory 1way\Spool?
give me the Pros & Cons
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Thanks guys!
How come i cannot access ?? Or are you doing upgrading now at this time ??
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How come i cannot access ?? Or are you doing upgrading now at this time ??
I don't know. Just tried and it was up. Let me know...
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I don't know. Just tried and it was up. Let me know...
finally can log in your site....
btw, how to send my pix to you ?
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rmdhawaii, you might as well add the MTX-3 style battery pack to the list. It's lighter, if you are running very long mains I'd stick to the larger packs though.
Got a part number?
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rmdhawaii, you might as well add the MTX-3 style battery pack to the list. It's lighter, if you are running very long mains I'd stick to the larger packs though.
thats exactly what i am using and it weighs 70 grams and is 800mah i think from memory........
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and the lightend hub on the 1st speed spur weighs 2 grams less than stock
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