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Old 01-17-2008, 06:06 AM   #2536
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TQ bro..where or which website can i get this?
not sure where you can get this...but ill do some research and find out for you
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Old 01-17-2008, 06:50 AM   #2537
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I got my sirio clutch from http://stores.ebay.com/Rdvtg-Hobbies for $74, he seems to be out of stock.. you're next best bet is http://www.the-border.nl but they're out of stock too.. it's hard to find.
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Old 01-17-2008, 01:59 PM   #2538
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I got my sirio clutch from http://stores.ebay.com/Rdvtg-Hobbies for $74, he seems to be out of stock.. you're next best bet is http://www.the-border.nl but they're out of stock too.. it's hard to find.

Yep I was gonna post border but you beat me to the finish line
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Old 01-17-2008, 04:50 PM   #2539
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Quick question, is the servo saver supposed to be replaced when using a diff in the front ?

My servo saver is hitting the diff case, any ideas.

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Old 01-17-2008, 05:01 PM   #2540
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I have never used a diff in the RRR so i don't have experience regarding this issue...I'm sure you can use a dremel and trim certain areas so they don't make contract...hope this helps
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Robert, if I dremel any of the plastic it's going to either make the diff leak or the push rods plastic weak, so thats out of the question, I just tried to replace the servo saver from either numbers it did not fix anything.

Another fix is to replace the balls with ball stud and use plastic ball cups that might fix it, but i find it hard that kyosho would over look something like this, anyone else faced this problem and has a fix ?
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Looks like the ball end is the fix, looking over the EVO WC manual they replaced that item with ball ends. Will give it a try.
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not sure where you can get this...but ill do some research and find out for you
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if you can get your hands on a sirio clutch ..I highly recommend
Can the kyosho clutch shoes fit the sirio clutch assembly?
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Looks like the ball end is the fix, looking over the EVO WC manual they replaced that item with ball ends. Will give it a try.
cool good luck hope it works for you
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Can the kyosho clutch shoes fit the sirio clutch assembly?
no...serpent shoe will...recommend yellow
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no...serpent shoe will...recommend yellow
what abour the NT1 clutch shoes? by the way, how does the clutch shoe's colour represent? can u shed some light for me? TQVM
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what abour the NT1 clutch shoes? by the way, how does the clutch shoe's colour represent? can u shed some light for me? TQVM
pretty sure the xray shoe is too big needs to be serpent....the yellow shoe grabs better..
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Hi Everyone.
I'm running the Plus 3 ct with the 3D clutch. Just wondering what clutch spring preload would be a good place to start ,for medium to high grip level.
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I'm running the Plus 3 ct with the 3D clutch. Just wondering what clutch spring preload would be a good place to start ,for medium to high grip level.
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1.2-1.3 should work fine ....
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