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Old 12-29-2007, 02:19 AM   #2296
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What is the R/L tire wear like? What camber do you have set, and how are your tires wearing?
gidday R/R tyre wear a little more than the left as theres 6 left corners to 3 right
i have 3 deg camber l/r and 3.5 deg r/r camber
with 3 toe in on rear
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Old 12-29-2007, 02:24 AM   #2297
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you might want to go with a lighter rear diff oil
gidday serpent dan
i did think that i only tryed 10,000 for 0ne race
didnt take any notice as i broke rear belt that race
so i blamed the diff oil and went to 60,000
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Hello all
what type of tyre wear should i be looking at after a five minute heat?
im currently getting to 1,28 mm over five.
is there a bench mark i should be aiming for?
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Has anyone broken an outdrive on the optional front lock oneway?

Nope, how did ya do that? :P
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Has anyone broken an outdrive on the optional front lock oneway?
Yep, twice! I don't think there is anything else u can do, other than not hit anything!
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Old 12-29-2007, 04:37 PM   #2301
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DS Motorsport, these 2 servos are still the orginals. They would be 6 months old, raced twice per month plus testing. They have taken a fair beating as our track is marked out with 50mm polly tube.
If the end point adjustment and servo saver is not to loose or tight all should be well. I would recommend the servo for throttle & steering.

Now I have written this,they will probably fail now
Ok thanks for your fast response, i've ordered a new one.
For steering i'll keep my sanwa wrx, for steering the feel of a sanwa servo is just the best, i think.
And i've knocked wood for you so they won't fail
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Nope, how did ya do that? :P
It just snapped, I'm thinking it was a mfg defect.
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Yep, twice! I don't think there is anything else u can do, other than not hit anything!
I've broken one also.
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Does anyone know what other Kyosho parts work on the NT1, other than uprights?
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Anyone tried these belts for the NT1?

http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZapp6cxc

I want to stock up on spares, and these are about 50% the cost of geninue belts.

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These are curvilinear direct placement for your Xray NT1, The shape of the teeth on these belts are elliptical rather then trapezoids (the stock belts are trapezoidal), here's why these belts are better than the stock ones:

* Stronger and more durable than the stock belts, these belts have more backings than the stock belts, yet they are softer, providing with less friction in the belt drive.
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http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZapp6cxc

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Novarossi send grub a pm I know he has tried them. They are thicker than the Xray belt which is good & bad.
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Anyone tried these belts for the NT1?

http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZapp6cxc

I want to stock up on spares, and these are about 50% the cost of geninue belts.

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i have been using them ,they seem to hold up better than the standed ones
there a bit thicker than the std belt but which help it you pick up a stone or rubble..there a little softer to the touch than the std ones
but dont overtighten the belt i did on the rear and had one snap and seperate ,but that thats the only problem ive had with these belts
a good ebayer to deal with also
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Old 01-01-2008, 08:18 AM   #2308
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hello, some photos of my NT1 from Italy!





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Wow, cool endbell !! Who made it ?

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this endbell is made by Sirio, I use Sirio clutch. It's made for RRR, but it fit well also on NT1...
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