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Old 04-09-2002, 09:02 AM   #2116
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his head or the engine head??? Maybe he needs a Mcdull mask!!!!
i am not talking about you !! only you have a mcdull mask but you were not there that day !
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Old 04-09-2002, 09:03 AM   #2117
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i am not talking about you !! only you have a mcdull mask but you were not there that day !
No No....Maybe I should lend him my McDull mask!!!!
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Old 04-09-2002, 09:07 AM   #2118
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No No....Maybe I should lend him my McDull mask!!!!
i think it is only you who love the smell of a filter mask !
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Old 04-10-2002, 02:05 AM   #2119
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Default Centax or NOT??

Is there anyway to put a centax clutch on a Reflex since it is the same as the VoneR or RR? If not, Why not?
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Old 04-10-2002, 04:43 AM   #2120
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Is there anyway to put a centax clutch on a Reflex since it is the same as the VoneR or RR? If not, Why not?
Ahhhh but it is not!! The Reflex uses serpent 2 speed mechanism meaning that is requires a serpent centax for a perfect match. You could mayby try to get others to line up but I have heard it does not work.
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Old 04-10-2002, 01:38 PM   #2121
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2-shoes are lighter and faster the centax.
There is a way to put a centax clutch on the reflex, buy the set from the Kyosho "RR" kit.
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Old 04-10-2002, 03:08 PM   #2122
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2-shoes are lighter and faster the centax.
There is a way to put a centax clutch on the reflex, buy the set from the Kyosho "RR" kit.
It will not fit.
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Old 04-10-2002, 04:19 PM   #2123
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Art: you finish your move yet? are we now a resident of the East Bay, watch out for all those BMWs
Well still bringing in more stuff, but I do live there every other day. Are there any local hobby shops in the San Ramon Valley area>
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Art...I forgot to tell you, congrats on your new home!
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Hey Art,
There is only Hoys in Dublin which is pretty sad!

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There is only Hoys in Dublin which is pretty sad!

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Hmmm if I had the $, I would quit my job and start my own hobby shop in the San Ramon Valley area. That would be a good market since alot of people (that make good $) live out there now.

NARU - Thanks. When I get the house nice and furnished, I will have a house warming. You are free to come anytime.
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Hmmm if I had the $, I would quit my job and start my own hobby shop in the San Ramon Valley area. That would be a good market since alot of people (that make good $) live out there now.


Well there is Wolds hobbies, but if you are looking for selection like Castle or RC tech you are out of luck.
They can get you stock Kyosho parts if ya need to ORDER them.
I also hear there is a Hobby world going in , in that area also sometime by Fall.

What you really need in that area is a track to run on
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Old 04-13-2002, 07:17 AM   #2128
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Default Cheapest online site for V One RR

Check this out guys...was surfing ard for the cheapest V one RR and saw this Japanese site.....after including shipping charges, its even cheaper than my local prices. Abt SGD$ 530. Anyone else with a better online site that I can buy from than this one? Do share with me ..thanks.
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Old 04-13-2002, 07:48 PM   #2129
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Well today was the first day i got to run the thing on the track and it is a lot easyer to drive than the racer2. But it pushes a lot and i wore a brand new set of sorex28's down to the belt in two heats from what the guys at the track said is that for our tight tracks you need a lot heaver diff lube. for instance one guy the fastest uses 30,000 in the front and 50,000 in the rear and he was hoooooooooked up with his mtx2. when i got home i change mine to that and it was sweet but i still need more inital turn in. I will try out more stuff tomorrow. On a brighter note the OS tr 12 ran great it's right there with mt12's that litter the track.

We run on a very tight track and i need a lot of diff in put. So post your diff settings it would help a lot.

Thanks in advance!
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Question for all Vr1 owners.... i Just got the swarbar kit from Kyosho for the front of the car.. The only problem is i cant find anything to mount it to my updeck.. What are you guys using for swaybar mounts ?

thanks all...

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