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Old 08-07-2008, 02:16 AM   #151
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seems like the trimming on the chassis can be DIY... on the old chassis.
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Old 08-07-2008, 05:40 AM   #152
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Old 08-08-2008, 11:05 PM   #153
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what brake pad is the best?

The APP (APP02) or the Acre (IFW324)?

both of Kyosho
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Old 08-08-2008, 11:19 PM   #154
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I have always run the APP pad, but I have never tried the Acre pad as the APP was suggested by my teammates.
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Who makes the APP pad? Anyone have a part number?

Also, I take it most of the Kawahara RRR Evo option parts will fit the EVO2 (with the obvious exceptions like radio tray, chassis, servo saver)

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Who makes the APP pad? Anyone have a part number?

Also, I take it most of the Kawahara RRR Evo option parts will fit the EVO2 (with the obvious exceptions like radio tray, chassis, servo saver)

Thanks.
Kyosho makes the APP brake pad.

Part number APP02-2
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Old 08-09-2008, 06:43 AM   #158
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Thanks!! NT1 clutch system can be used on the EVO2?

yupz... was using it without issues...

the nt1 clutch gives better punch...
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yupz... was using it without issues...

the nt1 clutch gives better punch...

but Xray parts expensive !
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but Xray parts expensive !
No more than Sirio which by the way is supposedly in stock at shopkyosho.com, both clutches are in the 80-100 range depending on where you get them.

The 2d clutch from shopkyosho.com is $70.. so they're all fairly similar but I will stick to Sirio for now until I get the opportunity to try the new IDM clutch.
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Old 08-10-2008, 09:55 PM   #161
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The 3D clutch uses three weights where the 2D (or 4D) uses 2 weights. That's the main difference as far as I know.
thanks....but performance wise how does it feels between the 2?
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thanks....but performance wise how does it feels between the 2?
The 2d Clutch is more aggressive than the 3d clutch.
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my feeling with 2D clutch
smoother, and better punch. I found it harder to set.. there is a small point where it runs good.
but that is my newbie contribution
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The 2d Clutch is more aggressive than the 3d clutch.
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my feeling with 2D clutch
smoother, and better punch. I found it harder to set.. there is a small point where it runs good.
but that is my newbie contribution
thanks for the input guys.....
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Old 08-11-2008, 01:47 AM   #165
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Complete assemble the kit yesterday at local race. Couldn't out for the 1st Heat but manage to run Heat 2 and Heat 3 ( Incomplete heat due to strip spur - Engine mounting loose). Solve the mounting only on Final D! Good run but speed down due to lean engine ( old OS Speed II ) . Went easy with 4D. Easy drive car, stable and good steering on all corners. Need to test again with races + good engine.

The clutch engagement was good smooth/soft but almost got problem to determine the 2nd speed engagement point.
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