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Old 01-06-2005, 06:11 PM   #2776
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blue dragon... Nice looking car!!! I see you're running a Sirio motor with the turbo II pipe... That's what it looks like... RD-Logics has a new pipe that will give you more power out of that motor.. Pipe #22604... And if you can get your hands on a Picco header for there 12R motor, but the Nova/Sirio version... The power difference will be like night and day... The header can be found at Nitro House. www.nitrohouse.com Just passing on a little speed tip for Sirio owners...

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Actually, that is an old picture. I no longer have that engine. I am currently running the Turbo II pipe w/ different header and NSR12S3 engine. It rocks.
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Old 01-14-2005, 12:53 PM   #2777
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Could anybody let me know how many teeth the car has on each belt, front, rear and side???
Also, have the low friction belts the same teeth??

Thanks in advance!!
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belt lenght/ 3 = teeth number
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Old 01-14-2005, 01:12 PM   #2779
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belt lenght/ 3 = teeth number
Thanks!!

Do you know the lenght??
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Old 01-14-2005, 01:16 PM   #2780
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if i did know I'd tell you how many teeth is each belt....
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Old 01-14-2005, 01:20 PM   #2781
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if i did know I'd tell you how many teeth is each belt....
Thanks, I know

You guys are getting good futbol players now, Carlos Tevez is there
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Old 01-14-2005, 01:24 PM   #2782
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hhmm.......

but i love PALMEIRAS.......and CORINTHIANS is our biggest enemy (and also the biggest looser) hauuahuahuahuhauhahuahuahaha!!

so I hate "CARLITOS" hauahhauhuahuahahuahuah
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Old 01-14-2005, 09:06 PM   #2783
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has anyone installed the aftermarket graphite support plate that is above the steering servo? i had to cut part of the servo arm off in order to clear it, and of course now it made by steering real slow...any solutions to this?
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has anyone installed the aftermarket graphite support plate that is above the steering servo? i had to cut part of the servo arm off in order to clear it, and of course now it made by steering real slow...any solutions to this?
Yes, I installed a graphite support plate. I cut it to allow clearance. However, I use a bigger servo arm than the stock one.

At first I thought it would weaken it, but I ran it all season with no problem.

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I had to trim my stock servo arm as well as a small portion of the graphite deck, but it did not affect the rigidity.

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Old 01-15-2005, 04:13 PM   #2786
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do yall know a website which sells the stock servo horns?
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Old 01-15-2005, 05:18 PM   #2787
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www.rcmart.com

They have great prices and I have always had good dealings with them.
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Anyone using the speed gear set ? What does it include ? Is it for Top End. I race on a small track, and want better accelation than the stock gearing. Does any one have any suggestions ?
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change you first gear ratio by reducing the tooth count on the pinion or increasing the tooth count on the spur. this will give you a better low end torque for the holeshots.

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Anyone using the speed gear set ? What does it include ? Is it for Top End. I race on a small track, and want better accelation than the stock gearing. Does any one have any suggestions ?

It provided for both. It comes with a 18T 1st pinion gear for better acceration and an 45T 2nd spur gear for more top end.

new gear ratios:
18/52 is 7.298
25/45 is 4.547 (see image)

I am using that setup and it is very fast. I got mine from RDLogics

Click here. A bit pricey, but I did not want to wait.




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