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Old 12-13-2008, 07:13 AM   #3571
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KM pad, wherever you needed to stop, it stop maybe too sensitive sometimes.
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I run the KM pads on my NT1, they are brilliant.
I did however seal the carbon with super-glue before install them in the car.
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I run the KM pads on my NT1, they are brilliant.
I did however seal the carbon with super-glue before install them in the car.

i use them also with two standard xray brake disks on the hub, dremelled to lighten it up. works fine. if you have an issue with a faulty KM product contact them and offer them to send pics or the product back, they might respond with a good offer

no issues so far of pads coming unstuck for me, although some people have experienced this.

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i use them also with two standard xray brake disks on the hub, dremelled to lighten it up. works fine. if you have an issue with a faulty KM product contact them and offer them to send pics or the product back, they might respond with a good offer

no issues so far for me of pads coming unstuck for me, although some people have experienced this.
When bonding the pads its important to use JB weld with stock type pads and a shoe goo type for the teflon ones.. prep is 90% of making sure they bond properly
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Old 12-14-2008, 09:05 PM   #3575
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Trying to install the flywheel onto my rb r3 and the flywheel isnt locking in place. Does the cone that comes with the rb work with the flywheel?
XRA338540 is the cone you should use, I tried using a JP cone with the Xray flywheel and the taper wasn't correct. when you tighten it down it would get pretty tight, but the runout was WAY off..
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Old 12-14-2008, 09:06 PM   #3576
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i've been using the X-Ray cone that they sell for nova motors, and that works perfectly don't know about the one that comes with the motor
hey, have you broken 22 laps at the fort yet? lol
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I run the KM pads on my NT1, they are brilliant.
I did however seal the carbon with super-glue before install them in the car.
yes i'm used STD pads , can't complete in Final ,
last some mins lose some brake !
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Old 12-15-2008, 12:59 PM   #3578
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hey, have you broken 22 laps at the fort yet? lol
ha ha real funny pat I haven't been playing actually been racing mini-z and slash waiting for nitro season to start up again..And yes i have maybe once or twice lol
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When bonding the pads its important to use JB weld with stock type pads and a shoe goo type for the teflon ones.. prep is 90% of making sure they bond properly
Another reason to use KM pads no assembly required
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Old 12-15-2008, 01:21 PM   #3580
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ha ha real funny pat I haven't been playing actually been racing mini-z and slash waiting for nitro season to start up again..And yes i have maybe once or twice lol
well, are you racing at winternats this year? I hope to be able to go. I got the time off, now just collecting engines and practicing when I can.. a slash? are you kidding me? little brother... whats gotten into you?
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well, are you racing at winternats this year? I hope to be able to go. I got the time off, now just collecting engines and practicing when I can.. a slash? are you kidding me? little brother... whats gotten into you?
Unfortunately will not be able to make the winternats, and yes a slash or as we are calling them at the track a bash (a whole lot of bashing not so much slashing in these races). I know it sounds crazy but it really is a blast and VERY cheap to race and the track is really close to the house, don't knock it till you try it(should the second part of my post be in the electric off-road thread....lol)
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Unfortunately will not be able to make the winternats, and yes a slash or as we are calling them at the track a bash (a whole lot of bashing not so much slashing in these races). I know it sounds crazy but it really is a blast and VERY cheap to race and the track is really close to the house, don't knock it till you try it(should the second part of my post be in the electric off-road thread....lol)

yes, it should be in the other forum. you really should go brother, because I am starting arrangements to go now. It will be good times.
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Old 12-16-2008, 12:17 AM   #3583
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la la la engine cleaning time, So remember kids. Even if MF himself plays with your engine, TAKE IT APART AND CLEAN IT! lol. Found a buncha crap in my new engine tonight. Al chips, a piece of sand in the carb, brass shavings in the HSN body. Super bad engine tho.


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la la la engine cleaning time, So remember kids. Even if MF himself plays with your engine, TAKE IT APART AND CLEAN IT! lol. Found a buncha crap in my new engine tonight. Al chips, a piece of sand in the carb, brass shavings in the HSN body. Super bad engine tho.


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How is front bearing's seal ?
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Old 12-16-2008, 12:42 AM   #3585
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[QUOTE=rx7ttlm;5172048]la la la engine cleaning time, So remember kids. Even if MF himself plays with your engine, TAKE IT APART AND CLEAN IT! lol. Found a buncha crap in my new engine tonight. Al chips, a piece of sand in the carb, brass shavings in the HSN body. Super bad engine tho.


getting ready for winternats


sure!! i found my MF with a "click" in front bearingthe engine was brand new. also 3 piece of al chips was found inside my OS tz5. so YOU MUST CLEAN IT....
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