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Old 09-07-2009, 07:51 PM   #1501
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were do i start first finished my car fri,thought i would be able to spend all weekend at the track getting the dust off wrongnow i im trying to break in the motor but the only way i can get it to start is to put fuel in the carb, and then when i give it gas the wheels well not move as well as i can not keep it idling r to start back up. i have taken it apart and put it back together several times and i keep getting the same the wheels well not turn when i give it gas. the breaks r not engaged what am i doing wrong
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Old 09-07-2009, 08:01 PM   #1502
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ok, thanks blount and Brian Bosley, will let you guys know how i go.

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Old 09-07-2009, 10:14 PM   #1503
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were do i start first finished my car fri,thought i would be able to spend all weekend at the track getting the dust off wrongnow i im trying to break in the motor but the only way i can get it to start is to put fuel in the carb, and then when i give it gas the wheels well not move as well as i can not keep it idling r to start back up. i have taken it apart and put it back together several times and i keep getting the same the wheels well not turn when i give it gas. the breaks r not engaged what am i doing wrong
does the clutch engage? if you look closely you can see the flyweights move the clutch shoe out.

if you are breaking in an engine, chances are you have it too rich to be useful which will cause the low idle and stop the wheels from turning.
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Old 09-08-2009, 03:23 AM   #1504
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why didn't kyosho include a receiver box? luckily there is atomic..
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Old 09-08-2009, 04:30 AM   #1505
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Where can I find a 24t pinion to fit the kyosho clutch bell?
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Old 09-08-2009, 09:24 AM   #1506
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why didn't kyosho include a receiver box? luckily there is atomic..
Because you don't need one.
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Old 09-08-2009, 02:06 PM   #1507
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Because you don't need one.
Scott, it was great meeting you at the Nats. Thanks for everything. I got in contact with Joe. See ya at the next one!
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there is any good rear shock stay for the rrr in 4mm?
i have seen 1 from capricorn (3.6mm) but i need something a little cheap.
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theres the Kfactory K1907 V1RRR 4mm Rear Carbon Shock Tower (w/alum. stiffener that is $45 USD from rcmart, not sure how that compares to the capricorn one.
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there is any good rear shock stay for the rrr in 4mm?
i have seen 1 from capricorn (3.6mm) but i need something a little cheap.
You can take two of the stock 2.5mm and glue them together to go to 5mm. I have been running a double tower like that for 2.5yrs without breaking it....yet.
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Scott, it was great meeting you at the Nats. Thanks for everything. I got in contact with Joe. See ya at the next one!
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Great meeting you as well. I don't know what I did for you to thank me, but whatever it was you are welcome. Glad to hear you got in contact with Joe, and if you want to use me as a reference, feel free to ask Joe to contact me. Look forward to racing with you again soon.
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Because you don't need one.
But wont the receiver get dirty?
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But wont the receiver get dirty?
Just use compressed air.
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so everybody is running with their rx exposed?
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so everybody is running with their rx exposed?
haha on kyosho v1RRR evo/evo2's,... yeah u can say that!
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