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Old 03-20-2011, 12:47 PM   #5926
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How long did you make the links?? I got one from rcmarket and there were no instructions on how to assembly and install it.
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Old 03-20-2011, 02:28 PM   #5927
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How long did you make the links?? I got one from rcmarket and there were no instructions on how to assembly and install it.


Not exact numbers as to my setup but this is good start point. Depending on track you adjust. spacers aswell

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Anyone knows when the new 2011 chassis and brass/carbon plates will be available as spare parts?

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hi guys, has any of you have 2 speed problem, i mean my 2 speed seems to shift way too early, i have tried tighten it to the point it cant be tighten but the problem persists. i also tried the new harder 2 speed springs and new 2 speed drums but the problem still there ...i have heard using kyosho springs will this do the trick ?
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Old 04-01-2011, 09:32 PM   #5933
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hi guys, has any of you have 2 speed problem, i mean my 2 speed seems to shift way too early, i have tried tighten it to the point it cant be tighten but the problem persists. i also tried the new harder 2 speed springs and new 2 speed drums but the problem still there ...i have heard using kyosho springs will this do the trick ?
The only time I've heard of people having this issue is when the screws were un evenly adjusted on the shoes. I use the the xray hard springs and haven't had any issue with getting it to engage late enough. Try double checking to make sure everything is even. Look at the spacing between the shoes and the adapter as well.
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The only time I've heard of people having this issue is when the screws were un evenly adjusted on the shoes. I use the the xray hard springs and haven't had any issue with getting it to engage late enough. Try double checking to make sure everything is even. Look at the spacing between the shoes and the adapter as well.
i have checked everything but cant seem to solve the issue ...
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i have checked everything but cant seem to solve the issue ...
Posting a pic of your 2 speed clutch might help out. The only other things i can think of that would cause this are possibly having a lack in forward bite, brake adapter not fully tightened to the shaft, a damaged/worn 1st gear oneway bearing, or damaged belts. Pics are def helpful in this case though...
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i have checked belt and other transmission components and couldnt find fault. but you are right , it could be the problem with the one way bearing, i just ordered both first and 2nd gear adaptors see if it helps !
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wow! unique setup. im assuming it should handle better on chicanes and cornerings... other than that, whats the advantages the way its set up?
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wow! unique setup. im assuming it should handle better on chicanes and cornerings... other than that, whats the advantages the way its set up?
The Direct Link system is activated during cornering mainly, whereby the outer suspension forces are transfered partially to the inner wheel too, with a pivot-link system. The results is more rubber on the track, more traction and more even tyre wear, resulting in significantly faster and easier cornering and possible better laptimes.
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Where can you buy it for the NT1?
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The Direct Link system is activated during cornering mainly, whereby the outer suspension forces are transfered partially to the inner wheel too, with a pivot-link system. The results is more rubber on the track, more traction and more even tyre wear, resulting in significantly faster and easier cornering and possible better laptimes.
has anyone tried installing the direct link system to the front also?
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