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Old 10-01-2002, 07:45 PM   #4381
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i know, its 193 grams only!
please tell me how it runs tomorrow or whenever u have the time, i'd really appreciate it
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Old 10-01-2002, 07:48 PM   #4382
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ohh, by the way, i should be able to get the recommended needle settings for you, a guy named Howard cho who drives a v one r and uses the sts rs12 handmod motor is the distributor for sts products in ontario(i think), u can reach him at
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Old 10-01-2002, 08:39 PM   #4383
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nice V1R Patella.... what kind of springs are those???
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Old 10-01-2002, 10:25 PM   #4384
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HOLY SHIZNITO!!!!

I just fired up the J-Tech pixie. This thing is blubbering break-in rich and OFF THE MUTHA F__IN CHAIN!!! It's mated up with kawahara outlaw pipe and sounds WILD!! Damn I love this hobby.

Fastest engine I've put in a car not even close. Give this guy in Florida a shot I never ran a pixie stock to compare but this engine is incredible!





This may be a dumb question or I have been in a cave (Sydewynder don't answer that ) who is the manufactuer of the PIXIE BLACK ? I see its distributed through trinity
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ASD----- I see you are full of questions and most of us are willing to help, BUT please don't ask us how much something costs in Canadian dollars
I myself don't know since I live to the south of there and as you can see most of the people hear are from around the world.

So fire away with your questions and good luck with your car
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is changing the radio plate gonna lighten up the car significantly or make it significantly stronger? Or is the stock radio plate fine? I'm debating on getting the integy one or the Kawaharra one. Integy one is substansially cheaper.
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is changing the radio plate gonna lighten up the car significantly or make it significantly stronger? Or is the stock radio plate fine? I'm debating on getting the integy one or the Kawaharra one. Integy one is substansially cheaper.
Changing the radio plate can do a few things it might be lighter and stronger or have a different layout for radio equipment and fuel tank.
I myself was looking for strength and a better configuration for the fuel tank, thus I wen't with the K factory one

Plus they all look cooler than the stock one
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Old 10-01-2002, 10:59 PM   #4388
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yo Chris,

pixie is made by an italian named Rossi, The sirio is made by another italian named Rossi. I've talked to quite a few LEGIT sources recently, the pixie cost 70 bones more than the sirio but word is now the pixie is good stock but the stock sirio is even better! The pixie is noticeably heavier than the nova's but according to CYRUL the sirio is as light.
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nice V1R Patella.... what kind of springs are those???
Kyosho green fronts, Kyosho orange rears
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yo Chris,

pixie is made by an italian named Rossi, The sirio is made by another italian named Rossi. I've talked to quite a few LEGIT sources recently, the pixie cost 70 bones more than the sirio but word is now the pixie is good stock but the stock sirio is even better! The pixie is noticeably heavier than the nova's but according to CYRUL the sirio is as light.


But is it based on a picco or nova crank case or totaly something new ?
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where can i get orange, green, etc. kyosho springs? I cant find them on the towerhobbies site. How many different spring varietys are there for the V1r/rr?
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no picco, no nova - all new.

I honestly don't know where to get these kyosho springs I've never seen them either, I got these from Jimmy Deprez in cali.
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where can i get orange, green, etc. kyosho springs? I cant find them on the towerhobbies site. How many different spring varietys are there for the V1r/rr?
I have them new in package...come in set of three...orange,green,yellow....pm me if interested
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This may be a dumb question or I have been in a cave (Sydewynder don't answer that ) who is the manufactuer of the PIXIE BLACK ? I see its distributed through trinity
My lip is zipped. But it was a rock. That's all I'm going to say.
BTW I think motorcycleracer called you out. Something about being a Trinity stooge. Or was that a different CS? Oh sorry I forgot. You own a Reflex copy not the Trinity original. haha :



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Look for Kyosho part numbers 92491, 92721 and 92001 for spring sets.


PatellaD

Man you went all the way over here to get springs from JimmyD?

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Old 10-02-2002, 02:58 AM   #4395
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Hmmm why does asd sound like Ponky_Wonky on the HPI forum? Hmmmm???
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