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Old 08-13-2004, 10:09 PM   #11641
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Old 08-14-2004, 08:27 AM   #11642
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In the car kit you get 2 trees with 8 of these little peices on each of them. Now on anyone of these trees. the first 4 at the top looks the same to me. The bottom 4 looks as if each one of them have a bit of a offset. Now. If this is correct. How am i suppose to know which one is (A) OR (B).

Now back to the top 4. If they are all the same were do i put them In front of the bulkhead or at the back of the bulkhead.
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Old 08-14-2004, 09:23 AM   #11643
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Boner! on your Evo you have the light blue springs, do you know what they rate at? What kind of track surface was that set up for?

Actually, does anyone have a list of the Kyosho spring ratings? Thanks!
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Old 08-14-2004, 12:42 PM   #11644
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Guint1: if you look at blocks, one of the block have half of rear shaved or the top one - that is block A. You are correct Kyosho give 4 of each on each part tree. As to where to put them, you need to put them in the front and back mounting point of the front upper arm shaft and the rear lower arm shaft. So you need total of 8 blocks.

Well unscentifically, the light blue spring feel slightly harder than the stock black spring but I recall reading somewhere someone said light blue spring is softer than black spring. So it's your pick on what to believe.
My track is tight and small, parking lot surface, slightly bumpy. I have 50WT oil all around, front and rear diff. The car seem to be more steady with light blue spring in the front and black spring in the rear. with rear light blue, rear end like to break loose too easily.
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Hi Boner
Are you telling me to put the shaved blocks (A) in the front and rear of each bulk head.
Now when it comes to the rear of the car put the same blocks (A) from the other tree, put 2 on each side of the rear bulk head.

Also if this is all correct which way should the blocks face, with the shaved part up or faced down.
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guint1: I haven't tried block A so I don't know how well it will work with 3R. I tried block B with shaved part facing up and it's work really well.
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V1RRR setup sheet
Does anyone have the setup sheet in english
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Boner: is part number 68 the 4 (B) peices????
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Old 08-14-2004, 11:51 PM   #11649
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Is this starter box good to use with 3R?
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Old 08-15-2004, 01:07 AM   #11650
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Guint1: good call that's block B
Aku: that's a good starter box. Looks like it's able to start any 1/8th engine with it too.
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I was consider Trinity X5, but this starter box can also do the glow plug.

Thanks boner, Just want to make sure I get the right stuff. New to nitro.

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Do 1400mah, 1200mah, 1000mah, and 800mah receiver battery pack make big differences in weight on nitro car?
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Aku-Man if i were you i would get AAA cells, they weigh far less and take up less room than the Sub C cells. I think the max mah for a AAA cell is about 850. AAA's weigh about half of what the Sub C cells do but you do sacrafice some run time.
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Good Lord! Sub Cs as Rx bateries? You must run some looooong heats!
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In the book its says (67) is the A. top half is missing
(68) is the B. whole peice is there with a slit.
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