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Old 07-15-2004, 09:50 PM   #2146
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I tried to assemble again, but really the spring nut cant screw anymore to make a 1.5mm flywheel nut head out

is it the spring nut problem?
do you have a washer behind the fly wheel?
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Old 07-15-2004, 09:56 PM   #2147
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no, becoz have a bit space

and do i need to use plier to force the spring nut screw in on the flywheel nut?

coz just now i tried and a bit came out, but not yet 1.5mm

and i used spring FANTOM and spring holder FANTOM
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Old 07-15-2004, 10:13 PM   #2148
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no, becoz have a bit space

and do i need to use plier to force the spring nut screw in on the flywheel nut?

coz just now i tried and a bit came out, but not yet 1.5mm

and i used spring FANTOM and spring holder FANTOM
can you post a pic of yours?
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Old 07-15-2004, 10:22 PM   #2149
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i can get to 1.6mm, need to use plier to force it in

but the clearance is 0.4mm
what the clearance is the best ???
as the book says 0.5mm
step 29 in manual

thx
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Old 07-15-2004, 10:23 PM   #2150
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would u plz tell me how u made to urs????

coz i want to get more information y i cant do that!!!!
i dont believe i cant make it!
please
I made it exactly according to instruction, but I used the Kyosho clutch adjusting tool to tighten the nut. I suggest that you take your engine and clutch assembly along with the instruction to your hobby shop and I am sure they will be able to help.
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Old 07-15-2004, 10:25 PM   #2151
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i can get to 1.6mm, need to use plier to force it in

but the clearance is 0.4mm
what the clearance is the best ???
as the book says 0.5mm
step 29 in manual

thx
the instructions has a standard setting but that will change when you fine tune your clutch to your engine and the track that you will be racing at.
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got all fixed, thx to all pros
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Anybody know the part # for those delrin or whatever they are pivot ball retainers that have the proper spherical end that goes towards the pivot ball. I just don't like the way the stock pivot ball retainers make the steering seem notchy. Don't know why they would ever make them flat???
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Old 07-16-2004, 09:50 AM   #2154
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I used the dremel with a round stone bit on mine when I put the car together. Works pretty nice.
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Old 07-16-2004, 11:20 AM   #2155
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Anybody know the part # for those delrin or whatever they are pivot ball retainers that have the proper spherical end that goes towards the pivot ball. I just don't like the way the stock pivot ball retainers make the steering seem notchy. Don't know why they would ever make them flat???
you can use these from serpent here is the link
http://www.mytsn.com/products/product.asp?prid=408
those are the nylon ball-cups and these are the Alu.adjusting nuts
http://www.mytsn.com/products/product.asp?prid=410
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Anybody know the part # for those delrin or whatever they are pivot ball retainers that have the proper spherical end that goes towards the pivot ball. I just don't like the way the stock pivot ball retainers make the steering seem notchy. Don't know why they would ever make them flat???
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Unfortunately I didn't have a failsafe. It was the one time I dusted off my KO Mars radio to use. I normally use a 3PK PCM. I so wish I was using that radio! The car coast so much to fix I just went out and bought a Delta XP-4 since I got a really good deal.
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got all fixed, thx to all pros
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You would think that with the 46t Kawahara conversion you would have to run the smallest pinion, right?
Well I've just installed a JP FX12 T03 and a 21t pinion, and after 3 tanks of running in I feel it will require the 22t pinion to prevent wheelspin.
Just how much torque does a JP have?
(the STS Dragon could not pull a 21t pinion)
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