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Old 02-01-2007, 10:49 PM   #1126
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Sirio power is the way to go. And now that I'm officially part of the Kyosho of America team, Sirio power is going in my new Evolva!! Can't beat it. I should have made the switch sooner.
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Old 02-02-2007, 12:22 AM   #1127
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Maskedrider.. our local A main driver Doc56 run Sirio STI + Sirio pipe combo... strong run, Conseq. TQ in afew recent races. But yet tuning is crucial.
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Old 02-02-2007, 01:47 PM   #1128
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Sirio power is the way to go. And now that I'm officially part of the Kyosho of America team, Sirio power is going in my new Evolva!! Can't beat it. I should have made the switch sooner.
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Old 02-02-2007, 02:12 PM   #1129
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I have to agree. I love my Sirio STI. Very fast and a tons of torque.
Who has good deals on Sirio STI ? what is the price tag$ on this motor? I'm very interested in getting one.
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Old 02-02-2007, 03:05 PM   #1130
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I have seen racers before using the older version of the Sirio having some issues with the conrod. Either the conrod deforms easily or snaps easily. Is this issue corrected already with the new Sirio Evo 3 STI?
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Old 02-02-2007, 03:26 PM   #1131
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I have seen racers before using the older version of the Sirio having some issues with the conrod. Either the conrod deforms easily or snaps easily. Is this issue corrected already with the new Sirio Evo 3 STI?
If it's the rod, then you are probably talking about the "very" older generation of Sirio (with the black head). As far as I'm concern, no issue with the STI. Some did experience a broken crank, not the rod in 2004/05 EVO3, but that issue has been resolved with the STI.

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Old 02-02-2007, 03:37 PM   #1132
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If it's the rod, then you are probably talking about the "very" older generation of Sirio (with the black head). As far as I'm concern, no issue with the STI. Some did experience a broken crank, not the rod in 2004/05 EVO3, but that issue has been resolved with the STI.

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Hmm....thanks for the update The guys that used to run those "very" old generation Sirio" had the black head Well, might be trying out the Sirio Evo 3 STI then
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I'm looking for the "blue aluminum brake lever" that is in a number of the pictures of car on here. I see that 3racing has one, but they are in HK, and I really did not want to wait for it that long...

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I found it: VZW063 ALUMINUM BRAKE LEVER(RRR/BLUE)
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Got a question regarding the RRR Evo WC..

I know it comes with a one piece engine mount,, but is it normal for the engine mount to stick out of the chasis after installing it ??

I have noticed this issue after looking closely to my friend's kit. In case you have misunderstood my Q,, I actually mean that it sticks out from the exhaust's side by 2mm or 3mm..
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Old 02-03-2007, 05:06 PM   #1135
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Mine does too with no problems!
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Old 02-03-2007, 05:07 PM   #1136
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Got a question regarding the RRR Evo WC..

I know it comes with a one piece engine mount,, but is it normal for the engine mount to stick out of the chasis after installing it ??

I have noticed this issue after looking closely to my friend's kit. In case you have misunderstood my Q,, I actually mean that it sticks out from the exhaust's side by 2mm or 3mm..

yep that's normal..
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If it's the rod, then you are probably talking about the "very" older generation of Sirio (with the black head). As far as I'm concern, no issue with the STI. Some did experience a broken crank, not the rod in 2004/05 EVO3, but that issue has been resolved with the STI.

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It may be in the STI's... but I just saw a Sirio based RB brake one just a couple of weeks ago...
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Thanks a lot guys for he immediate replies..
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It may be in the STI's... but I just saw a Sirio based RB brake one just a couple of weeks ago...
Breaking rod or crank? Breaking rod is not that uncommon.

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That was the rod...
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