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Old 06-15-2004, 03:12 AM   #1831
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Get the 40 for the rear and the 39 for the front or get the centre conversion. This gives you more speed.

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Can this also improve the steering, ?..
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That is bad ..man Why this world have such kinda people.!!
They probably didn't realise that they can't get rich by stealing toy cars. Loosers.
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Old 06-15-2004, 04:26 AM   #1833
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That is bad ..man Why this world have such kinda people.!!
Its only a car!! He wasnt killed
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Old 06-15-2004, 04:29 AM   #1834
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Can this also improve the steering, ?..
I ran the 45/46 bevel gear for the first time last sunday. The Sunday before that was the first time i made 17 laps. This sunday I made 18 and beat the Schumacher sponsored driver to win the A final.

I also have the front conversion and converted the rear hubs to MTX3. The rear hubs made the most difference (see pic further back in this forum)

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Old 06-15-2004, 09:25 AM   #1835
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I ran the 45/46 bevel gear for the first time last sunday. The Sunday before that was the first time i made 17 laps. This sunday I made 18 and beat the Schumacher sponsored driver to win the A final.

I also have the front conversion and converted the rear hubs to MTX3. The rear hubs made the most difference (see pic further back in this forum)

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Ziggy, running 39 in front and 40 T in rear as you mention is it call overdrive?
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Old 06-15-2004, 11:12 AM   #1836
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Overdrive tpo the front. I tried the other way around and its undrivable

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Old 06-16-2004, 12:12 AM   #1837
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Today, i finally found the time to start fixing my FW05R. So excited....but the excitement turns to frustration when I try to assemble the 2-speed changer. Is there something very wrong with the instruction? No matter wat I did, i just cannot install the thing as how the manual instructed...either the main shaft is short, or the piece at the centre of the 2-piece clutch is too long. When I tighten the piece(185) between the 2 piece clutch(the flat side with the set screw on the main shaft), I just cannot insert the 2x11 pin at the back end. and theres so much play between the smaller gear and the 2 piece clutch. Can someone help?
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Today, i finally found the time to start fixing my FW05R. So excited....but the excitement turns to frustration when I try to assemble the 2-speed changer. Is there something very wrong with the instruction? No matter wat I did, i just cannot install the thing as how the manual instructed...either the main shaft is short, or the piece at the centre of the 2-piece clutch is too long. When I tighten the piece(185) between the 2 piece clutch(the flat side with the set screw on the main shaft), I just cannot insert the 2x11 pin at the back end. and theres so much play between the smaller gear and the 2 piece clutch. Can someone help?
I remember having this problem as well and I went back and carefully re-read the instruction and found that the 2 speed holder was inserted in the wrong direction. I don't know if that too is your problem but try and go back and follow the instruction carefully.
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I remember having this problem as well and I went back and carefully re-read the instruction and found that the 2 speed holder was inserted in the wrong direction. I don't know if that too is your problem but try and go back and follow the instruction carefully.
Hi jeffreylin, thanx for the reply. I've been fiddling with it for almost 2 hours, building and dismantling, trying any other way, but still it won't budge
any ideas?
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Hi jeffreylin, thanx for the reply. I've been fiddling with it for almost 2 hours, building and dismantling, trying any other way, but still it won't budge
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The only thing I can say is that you somehow did it wrong. Everything fits perfectly. Take a break and try it again when you are not furstrated.
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The only thing I can say is that you somehow did it wrong. Everything fits perfectly. Take a break and try it again when you are not furstrated.
i just gave up...for today. got to go sleep...on graveyard shift tonight...will continue tomorrow.
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i just gave up...for today. got to go sleep...on graveyard shift tonight...will continue tomorrow.
You may have installed the first gear the wrong way round on the holder. If you put it the wrong way round it sticks out to far.

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has anyone here tried the kyosho tcd??
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has anyone here tried the kyosho tcd??
If you read through the pages you will find a number of comments on the TCD.
It'll be easier for you to do that than for us to repeat it all over again.

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Nimo,

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