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Old 08-15-2004, 01:46 PM   #2596
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what is needed to run the mtx 3 rear hubs? just the hubs or is more needed like bearings? thanks
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Old 08-15-2004, 02:00 PM   #2597
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This has been answered 3 or 4 times already. check back through the thread

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I ran the FW for the first time today and all im going to say is i should have got one months ago, and thanks ziggy for lending me that shell
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I ran the FW for the first time today and all im going to say is i should have got one months ago, and thanks ziggy for lending me that shell
Your impressed now? Wait until you get the centre conversion!!
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no this is part of a part to convert the FW-05S to run a SG crank engine. But to run SG crank engine you also need to get the 3D clutch assembly. but im confused you want an "R" right? if so you wont need this stuff all you need is to find a .12 SG crank engine with side exhaust but im confused with your club rules as to why only allowing you to run side exhaust but with an SG crank.
All I need from the engine is it to be a .12 with a side exhaust and not be a novarossi.

I aready own the R so cant change now to the S. I am having trouble finding a engine with the sg crank which the R requires. But if can somehow fit a threaded crank using a standard clutch it would be all good. I am just hoping someone out there may already done this as I don't the money to buy bits and pieces and there not going to work.
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jefferylin - he is using the steering hubs and the rear hubs from the RRR.
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Thanks. Do you know if he is running the new V1RRR rear? I notice he describe the rear camber link using 2mm shim as opposed to upper or lower mounting hole.
I am using the RRR rear end it works very well and I like being able to change the roll center without major modifcation. The FW
seems more planted with the RRR conversion,I also use the front 0 degree hubs you will get mad steering. I do use the 37 Ring gears also.
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I am using the RRR rear end it works very well and I like being able to change the roll center without major modifcation. The FW
seems more planted with the RRR conversion,I also use the front 0 degree hubs you will get mad steering. I do use the 37 Ring gears also.
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Where do you get the rr rear hubs and the steering hubs from? If I can get these i'll put the mtx-3 hubs on the evo (it needs it!).

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Where do you get the rr rear hubs and the steering hubs from? If I can get these i'll put the mtx-3 hubs on the evo (it needs it!).

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I am a Kyosho Team Driver, you should be able to get the RRR hubs soon. The Mugen hubs work great, I would use them untill
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I am a Kyosho Team Driver, you should be able to get the RRR hubs soon. The Mugen hubs work great, I would use them untill
the RRR parts hit.
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thanks for that. I just want to have the ball ends the same size and the axles as I need to carry mugen spares for the MTX 3 hubs. The ball ends are 8mm instead of 9mm

What are the 0 deg front hubs? I havent seen these

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Hey guys, I just built my fw this past weekend. This is my first Kyosho and I must say I am impressed. it was a very easy build and the layout is awesome. I am looking forward to kicking some NTC3 and V one RR but this weekend. Who makes stronger gears for this car. If the stock ones are weak, I would like to have the stronger ones ready for when they go. Will post pics as soon as I finish my body.
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Hey guys, I just built my fw this past weekend. This is my first Kyosho and I must say I am impressed. it was a very easy build and the layout is awesome. I am looking forward to kicking some NTC3 and V one RR but this weekend. Who makes stronger gears for this car. If the stock ones are weak, I would like to have the stronger ones ready for when they go. Will post pics as soon as I finish my body.
Kfactory ones are better wearing, and they appear to run smoother and truer.
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Just noticed some Kfactory parts for the FW05 that I have not seen for sale anywhere.
Note the last item, 14T bevel gear, another gear ratio choice.

K1607
FW05 Alum. Middle Mount

K1614
FW05 Alum. Rear Upper Arm Mount

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FW05 Hard Coated Alum. Ring Gear 39T

K1634
FW05 Hard Coated Alum. Small Beveled Gear 14T
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Old 08-16-2004, 04:16 PM   #2610
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Josh has the clutch set at 2.6mm as well! What are oters running? I tried 1.8mm today and it was great. Maybe the Siro motor doesnt have any bottom end!

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Ziggy, with the stock spring try this. Screw the adjuster nut all the way down until the spring binds and then back off 3/4 turn. This will give a good starting point with .4mm gap.
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