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Old 04-14-2003, 10:08 PM   #1
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My cousin (10 yrs old) took apart my engine . I can put that back together. in this process he managed to take the clutch apart. this is where im lost. its an hpi clutch. thats all of the info I can give you. Im new to nitro stuff and I want to have this car running by tomorrow. I am so pissed off right now. I have put over 250 dollars in to this piece of shi+ this weekend. god help me im going to F***ing kill this piece of shi+!
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Old 04-14-2003, 10:20 PM   #2
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Oh..... A diagram would work best.

thanks in advance! aaron
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Old 04-14-2003, 10:21 PM   #3
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My cousin (10 yrs old) took apart my engine . I can put that back together. in this process he managed to take the clutch apart. this is where im lost. its an hpi clutch. thats all of the info I can give you. Im new to nitro stuff and I want to have this car running by tomorrow. I am so pissed off right now. I have put over 250 dollars in to this piece of shi+ this weekend. god help me im going to F***ing kill this piece of shi+!
You need to chill a bit first.

Then read the manual.

Then do what it says.

Then come back here and ask more direct questions.

PS. The manual can be found at www.hpiracing.com
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thanks man! that was the other part. I bought this car from a friend and it had no manual. I feel alot better now! just had to vent... thanks!
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thanks man! that was the other part. I bought this car from a friend and it had no manual. I feel alot better now! just had to vent... thanks!
No problems. I have been there too

But working on your car angry will not help you trust me
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Old 04-14-2003, 10:38 PM   #6
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how much do clutches cost?
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the shoes, assuming that they all go for about the same price, shouldn't be more than a few bucks, same as the springs should you need to buy them.
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HPI has your manual online!
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I went to hpiracing.com, and got it fixed. thanks everyone.
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hehe just go kick your cousin and tell him to stay away from your stuff. Respect is a wonderful thing to learn.
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LOL! good idea.


Snoid...LMAO!
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hehe just go kick your cousin and tell him to stay away from your stuff. Respect is a wonderful thing to learn.
Why would you kick him! I think he is a good candidate for HPI Dudes next mechanic!
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well, this is a good educational experience for him. now I just gotta teach him to put it back together and get it started! He is a pretty cool little guy.
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hehe just go kick your cousin and tell him to stay away from your stuff. Respect is a wonderful thing to learn.
Strapping your car with a 10.000 volt power supply also helps a little.
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