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Old 07-18-2004, 06:11 PM   #2191
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can u provide some online shop for me to buy those?
coz towerhobbies doesnt have 23/28 pinions
Sorry, I just saw it in a hobby shop in HK and picked it up. It's part number VZ116-28. I don't know where you can get it online but you can try and ask your LHS to order for you.
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Anybody interested in a set of one race old kawahara gears with additional centre shaft (NIB)?
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Anybody interested in a set of one race old kawahara gears with additional centre shaft (NIB)?
what size gears?
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Old 07-18-2004, 09:51 PM   #2194
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Sorry, I just saw it in a hobby shop in HK and picked it up. It's part number VZ116-28. I don't know where you can get it online but you can try and ask your LHS to order for you.
oh, that is quite troublesome, maybe i need to wait a bit more

coz i'm a overseas student in Australia. i'm a Macau citizen

maybe just wandering through hobby shop in hk when i go back to Macau
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Old 07-18-2004, 10:13 PM   #2195
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tuned pipe?

to fw05 gurus,

which is the better choice, the 5.2mm tuned pipe that comes with the VSW008 or the polished 6.0mm ones VSW033?

would appreciate if state the pros and cons of each. at the moment these are the options available to me.

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Old 07-19-2004, 12:29 AM   #2196
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which is the better choice, the 5.2mm tuned pipe that comes with the VSW008 or the polished 6.0mm ones VSW033?

would appreciate if state the pros and cons of each. at the moment these are the options available to me.

tia
no guru here, but have experience with both. the 5.2 has tons of low end with decent top end while the 6.0 has more top end but less low end. there is also a 7.0 that is suppose to give you even more top end. i like the 6.0 as it offers a good compromise but some places have rules on the size of pipe you can use.
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Jeffery back to LA already? You lucky SOB! Do me a favor when you get back next time. Get me one of those Dynamite fuel guns next time you get back. Thanks man, ill give you rupiah when you get back...haha
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Had the car running yesterday with the JP FX engine. I was at a very fast track and managed to get decent lap times.

They improved even more when I figured out i never had first gear!. Just shows the torque this engine has and how free the car is

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Anybody interested in a set of one race old kawahara gears with additional centre shaft (NIB)?
The gear I have for sale is the internal crown for front and rear from Kawahara.
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it also has the carbon upper deck and the shimo chassis as well.
Anything else may i ask? what about CVD's any sites that show the comparison between the standard and hopped up edition?
Also is this true
Standard= rubber tyre kit
Hopped up = Foam tyre kit?
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Anything else may i ask? what about CVD's any sites that show the comparison between the standard and hopped up edition?
Also is this true
Standard= rubber tyre kit
Hopped up = Foam tyre kit?
Thanks guys!
no CVDs

Standard = 31581A (rubber) or 31581B (foam)
Hopped up = 31582 (foam with one way, carbon upper deck, and shimo chassis).
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no CVDs

Standard = 31581A (rubber) or 31581B (foam)
Hopped up = 31582 (foam with one way, carbon upper deck, and shimo chassis).
Thanks once again jeff!!!
i thought there would be more included o well.
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Thanks once again jeff!!!
i thought there would be more included o well.
You will then need as a minimum

Bearings for the servo saver
Centre conversion (I think its a must have!)
Delrin pivot ball cups
Get the hardened pinion gears when the kit ones wear out (very quick!)

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You will then need as a minimum

Bearings for the servo saver
Centre conversion (I think its a must have!)
Delrin pivot ball cups
Get the hardened pinion gears when the kit ones wear out (very quick!)

Cheers
Thanks Ziggy!
Do i also need the steel crown gears in the diffs? cant believe the servo saver doesnt have bearings even in the hopped up kit!!! are the bearing sizes on the manual? or could someone please tell me what bearing sizes i need for the servo saver so i can order them in thanks guys
Whats included in a centre conversion as i think the car im getting comes with karahawa centre conversion!
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The centre conversion is a set of front and rear steel machined bevel gears. The kit is 40T bevel with 13T crown gear. the conversion is front 45/17 rear 46/17.

It changes the drive ratio so that the highest kit gears 45/27 now is equal to the lowest 46/25 and gives you front overdrive for stability.

New drive shafts and end caps are included. you will need to drill a small hole in your dif case, no big deal

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