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Old 05-24-2008, 01:17 AM   #376
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Old 05-28-2008, 01:33 PM   #377
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Attached is my TQ setup from the Can Am, I had some issues with traffic and fuel mileage in the main, the car was good.
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Old 05-29-2008, 03:28 AM   #378
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Dear all,

i introduce myself, i'm new of this forum and i'm writing from Italy, Milano.

My name is Enrico and usually i go to the Melzo track (www.pistamelzo.it Melzo track is the track where SIRIO make his test.....Francesco Tironi & C.).

First i want to make the congratulaion for the wonderfoul post dedicated to the new Kyosho Evolva M3.

Next saturday i'll be there to test for firts time my new kyosho evolva M3 (i had before the serpent 960 FD).

Someone, included the officials Kyosho's drivers, have somes problems with the tank after 4/5 litres; it seems that the engine becomes totally irregular with the carburation.........

Have you never had this problem?

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Old 05-29-2008, 04:15 AM   #379
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No, I haven't had that problem. The opposite... The tank is so good that when I run out of fuel, I barely see it coming, after running out, the tank is completely dry.
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Old 05-29-2008, 04:38 AM   #380
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Thanks a lot aaron for you reply.......

And about the oring tank tightness? Never had problem?

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Old 05-29-2008, 06:19 AM   #381
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Thanks a lot aaron for you reply.......

And about the oring tank tightness? Never had problem?

Enrico
I did have a tank problem but it was self induced - used some plastic washers to remove some of the movement and the extra vibration transmitted to the tank caused it to burp a little fuel at high pressure - word of advice leave it stock.
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Old 05-29-2008, 03:16 PM   #382
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Dear all,

i introduce myself, i'm new of this forum and i'm writing from Italy, Milano.

My name is Enrico and usually i go to the Melzo track (www.pistamelzo.it Melzo track is the track where SIRIO make his test.....Francesco Tironi & C.).

First i want to make the congratulaion for the wonderfoul post dedicated to the new Kyosho Evolva M3.

Next saturday i'll be there to test for firts time my new kyosho evolva M3 (i had before the serpent 960 FD).

Someone, included the officials Kyosho's drivers, have somes problems with the tank after 4/5 litres; it seems that the engine becomes totally irregular with the carburation.........

Have you never had this problem?

Thanks

Enrico
Ciao Enrico:
I, like Aaron have never had any issues with tank affecting carburation. Check for leaks in the carb o-rings and tightness. As far as the tank's tightness, you can change the rubber grommets under the clip to tighten the movement. It is basically normal that the tank have some little movement so that it is not absorbing any shock during impacts. For this reason the rubber grommets act as absorbers to protect the tank. Forza Italia.....
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Old 05-29-2008, 03:22 PM   #383
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I was in Maryland all weekend....sorry....I will sent it tonight. You can pm me any questions anytime. Hope this helps.........
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No, I haven't had that problem. The opposite... The tank is so good that when I run out of fuel, I barely see it coming, after running out, the tank is completely dry.
I agree with Aaron, the new tank is awesome. Much better than the old design.

By the way: When I was in Japan for the Kawahara Cup a few weeks ago, Takaaki Shimo replaced my tank spring with a harder version. So they must have had some sort of issue to warrant a harder spring.
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Check your email... I scanned the sheet for you.
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I, like Aaron have never had any issues with tank affecting carburation. Check for leaks in the carb o-rings and tightness. As far as the tank's tightness, you can change the rubber grommets under the clip to tighten the movement. It is basically normal that the tank have some little movement so that it is not absorbing any shock during impacts. For this reason the rubber grommets act as absorbers to protect the tank. Forza Italia.....
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Ciao Paulie,
thanks a lot for your reply and also for "FORZA ITALIA......."

As u know next 9 June we start the Football European Championship......Italy vs Holland..........it's the case to say...hope to God!

Back to M3...i've made a little change to make more hard the thank spring (not changing that) in order to improve the thank tightness, .....next time i'll put here the photo...

About the tank movement, to the contrary, usually i leave a lot of movement just to absorb any shock/vibration.

See u soon!!

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USA is a great great contry!!!

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if any of you need to stock up on some 4d clutch shoes, I have them. I have 10 packages of red, and 5 packages of gray that I want to sell. I'll sell them for $10 each shipped.

Everything is new, still sealed in the original packages.

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This thread is quiet lately so time to ask some questions.

Has anyone tried different heights for the front one-way & wheel shafts? What differences did you notice?
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Old 06-13-2008, 02:54 PM   #389
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As promised the setup from Scott Kimbrow's Capital Classic winning Kyosho Evolva M3.
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As promised the setup from Scott Kimbrow's Capital Classic winning Kyosho Evolva M3.
As I dont live in the USA, I had no idea about this 301 Classic Race that was recently held & the quality of the competition until I read the thread yesterday. A lot of big name drivers were present & a great achievement just to make the "A" final.

Therefore, a big congratulations to Scott & his team for an awesome win with the Evolva M3!!!Well done!!!

I downloaded your setup & will try that if I ever race on such a high grip track. Interesting to note the short wheelbase for both front & rear.

Can I ask these questions:
Do you use the laydown throttle servo position?
Does anyone have a picture of the winning car without the body on?
Also, does Ralph Burch drive a Mugen now?
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