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Old 08-13-2002, 12:20 PM   #3346
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I could check my clutch bell when I get home but unless i'm missing something it doesn't really matter which engine you run. Are you running SG or standard shaft? If it's standard maybe you didn't cut enough of the shaft off? Is the clutch NUT tightened down VERY securely against the flywheel? If so and the clutch itself is not shaved or anything, you should be ok. Is this a new kit?

Its a SG shaft and i have it running almost 3 months now together with the kit. The nut is tightly tighten.
Maybe i try putting back the RB cone collar to see if the clutch bell still loose.
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make sure you've got the right shims and bearing too.
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Old 08-13-2002, 03:14 PM   #3348
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hey guys, if you want good detailed pics of a v one rr go to http://www.atomichobbies.com
go to picture gallery and there are plenty of pics of "tony's V One RR"
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cool, thanks, i can't wait to see patteladragger's v one rr
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I don't see a picture gallery
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Old 08-13-2002, 04:30 PM   #3351
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Use the Kyosho collar.
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Old 08-13-2002, 04:34 PM   #3352
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Hmmmm I dont have many pics since I know what my car looks like I will have to borrow a digicam and see if I can get some more recent ones up.
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the picture gallery should be in the left side at the bottom of the index
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Old 08-13-2002, 04:37 PM   #3354
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Hi All,
Can any1 who runs a RBX12 Rear Exhaust motor share with me some info on the clutch bell..?

As we all know that the motor comes with a Cone shape Collar sitting right in front of the outer bearing, do i need to use that?
Or do i have to use the one ship with the kit in the V-1-R? I found the RB collar is bigger then the collar from the V-1-R kit.

I am currently using the one from the kit, after putting on the flywheel, the gap between the flywheel and the crankcase is reduced to like 2-3mm as compared to the RB cone collar which is wider.

However, the clutch bell now is a little loose (some horizontal freeplay) even i have tighten the cap screw on the shaft end.

ANy1 using the collar from the Kit, pls check your clutch bell and kindly reply.

Or should i use the RB collar?

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Use the Kyosho item it has the correct taper for the Kyosho flywheel. It will place the flywheel in the correct position on most engines.

If the clutchbell has a small amount of play dont sweat it. If it is slopping around all over the place you can use some of the included shims to remove some of the play. Put them between the end bearing and the clutchbell retaining screw.
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Old 08-13-2002, 06:33 PM   #3355
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hey guys i just ordered my v one rr
i got it from a place called kurame hobby shop in markham, ontario, really nice guys there, they help you too, anyhow their prices are over 100 dollars less than all the other hobby shops
if you live near here their # is 905-944-0898
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Old 08-13-2002, 06:59 PM   #3356
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hey pplz, i was wondering what pipe i should get, and do i need to buy the manifol, header and coupler and all that other pipe stuff or does it come with the kit
thxs in advance
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asd what was your final price on the RR? None of the exhaust accessories come with the kit.
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Old 08-13-2002, 07:23 PM   #3358
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about 280 american, they dont include tax if you pay by cash(you have to bargain)
so what pipe, header combo would you guys suggest?i'm going to be running an RB Concept X-12 3 port, slide carb sg crank version, that will fit rite?
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I could check my clutch bell when I get home but unless i'm missing something it doesn't really matter which engine you run. Are you running SG or standard shaft? If it's standard maybe you didn't cut enough of the shaft off? Is the clutch NUT tightened down VERY securely against the flywheel? If so and the clutch itself is not shaved or anything, you should be ok. Is this a new kit?
Hi Patel,
so, is your clutch bell has the same horizontal freeplay too? like 1-1.5mm?
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Old 08-13-2002, 07:34 PM   #3360
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yeah that's the engine i'm running. I'm trying to wear it out so I can put a 5 port piston/sleeve set in , but it won't wear out! lol.

There are tons of pipe combos that you won't be able to tell the difference much unless you race - but I would say go for the RD logic inline set. I've tried the non-legal set and it's a strong, excellent performing pipe and it's cheaper than all the other inline sets. Speedtech has got them. The RB X12 pipe is ok, but very soft.
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