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Old 05-14-2003, 01:41 PM   #136
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Just wondering what will happen to my SN(stock) when I put in it a RB X12 5 port in it. I guess i will find out in a few days but maybe some predictions from you guys. The engines runs very well, sounds very well, and looks awesome. Hope to keep my Super in one piece but I can't refuse the offer. Wish me luck
Good luck. Can't tell you what will happen because I never tried the engine before. Let us know how it went.
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Old 05-16-2003, 02:10 AM   #137
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Looks like we have a new Super! Looks to me that it seems a lot lighter than the FW04. Anyways, here is a pic of the new FW05R.

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Looks like we have a new Super! Looks to me that it seems a lot lighter than the FW04. Anyways, here is a pic of the new FW05R.

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Old 05-16-2003, 04:56 PM   #139
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Oops. Should have saved the pic before it was taken down. Here's a smaller pic.
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Guys;

The new FW04 is STILL shaft drive! I was hoping for a BELT version like the V1RR Racer.

See you locals at Escondido Tomorrow!
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Oops. Should have saved the pic before it was taken down. Here's a smaller pic.
Who makes this car?
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Old 05-16-2003, 08:31 PM   #143
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Hey Popracer,

I just bought my 2 year old the collector series of Speed Racer, man he is loving it. I thought I get him hooked on it like I was when I was a kid.
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The FW05 is 200mm according to Steve Pond at RCCaraction. This is not a replacement for the super Sized Kyosho.
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The FW05 is 200mm according to Steve Pond at RCCaraction. This is not a replacement for the super Sized Kyosho.
Doh! Wonder why they called it the FW05 then...

BTW, nice to see that you're alive.

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Old 05-19-2003, 09:43 AM   #147
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I don't think anyone had asked in this forum if the Centax clutch will fit the HPI two-speed so I will be the first one. I'm asking because I'll get a real engine and the shoe type clutch isn't very appropriate for it. Hope for a positive reply.
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A Centax type clutch will fit on a Super, but will only work with SG Shafts.
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Have you actually seen a centax work on a Super with the two speed??? What about the flywheel does it fit the hole?
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I was going to buy one for my super but didn't want to spend the money. The LHS guy told me it would work but I haven't really seen one. Now for the question about would the flywheel fit the hole. SG Shafts are standard sizes, you just need to purchase the proper size centax clutch for your motor size.
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