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Old 12-08-2001, 11:37 PM   #841
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Yeah that's what I though thanks for clarifying this. After installing the shaft did you notice a great deal of low end acelleration?
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Yeah that's what I though thanks for clarifying this. After installing the shaft did you notice a great deal of low end acelleration?

I use Ti main shaft from day 1 ~
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Old 12-08-2001, 11:57 PM   #843
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From the first day you got the vone r? If so well that's alot of help j/k. Anyways do you notice any excess wear on the shaft though?
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From the first day you got the vone r? If so well that's alot of help j/k. Anyways do you notice any excess wear on the shaft though?
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Old 12-09-2001, 03:51 AM   #845
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Manticore can you get a list of all the part numbers that are required for the R to RR conversion?? Thankyou thankyou
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Manticore can you get a list of all the part numbers that are required for the R to RR conversion?? Thankyou thankyou
sure as soon as the parts are available here.
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Old 12-09-2001, 09:25 AM   #847
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I have been racing an impulse this last season, but i am going to kyosho now..
Can i use my centax clutch from the impulse in my new v-one-R??
What are the most important options to get for the R?
I want to get atleast a one eay, and probably some kind of solid rear diff(is there one)
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Old 12-10-2001, 05:19 PM   #848
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I have been racing an impulse this last season, but i am going to kyosho now..
Can i use my centax clutch from the impulse in my new v-one-R??
What are the most important options to get for the R?
I want to get atleast a one eay, and probably some kind of solid rear diff(is there one)
I dont think you can use serpent clutch on V1R as they are of different standard of measurements. you can use mugen clutch on Kyosho or vice versa but not serpent.
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Old 12-10-2001, 09:43 PM   #849
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serpent centax clutch

you can use part of it , ( what I am using now on the R) but u need to buy the pinions, the housing, the trust bearing and the screws adaptors.
Serpent clutch is much better than the "old" kyosho centax clutch which require constant maintainces.

But the good news is with the VONE RR, you get the latest "Mugen" type centax clutch. It comes with the light smaller flywheel, 3 pcs shoes ( not the metal clone that's comes with the old version) and with the RR, you also get the low fricition belts.

If you guys like the R, you will love the RR. much faster.........
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anyone know the part num for the new centax clutch..
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I remember someone saying, that there in tank fuel filter was desintegrating(bad engrish) I have just noticed this on mine when I did a thourough cleaning of my car, Had to get rid of the foamie gooo
So do you replace the tank or just pray its minimal... I have a inline fuel filter and I have nothing in it so I am not really concerned YET
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I remember someone saying, that there in tank fuel filter was desintegrating(bad engrish) I have just noticed this on mine when I did a thourough cleaning of my car, Had to get rid of the foamie gooo
So do you replace the tank or just pray its minimal... I have a inline fuel filter and I have nothing in it so I am not really concerned YET
I remember somewhere mentioned about cleaning the fuel tank. I think it is on novarossi webpage that you use alcohol or methonal to soak the fuel tank and dry it before using it again.
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I remember someone saying, that there in tank fuel filter was desintegrating(bad engrish) I have just noticed this on mine when I did a thourough cleaning of my car, Had to get rid of the foamie gooo
So do you replace the tank or just pray its minimal... I have a inline fuel filter and I have nothing in it so I am not really concerned YET
Told you not to blow into the tank. Your breath melted the filter.
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Yep it was my tank which was disintergrating. I have only ever put fuel in there so I dunno. I have closely looked at the in tank filter and it does not appear to be "holed" so it looks like some of the filter element has come adrift from the exterior of the gold filter.
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Told you not to blow into the tank. Your breath melted the filter.
Hey Pal ! where have you been?

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