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Old 09-24-2004, 01:51 AM   #2971
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Check out some new models due for release soon.
Note : FW05RR
http://www.kyosho.co.jp/web/race/rac...eihin01-j.html

(translated from Japanese)
Further it is low center of gravity conversion and the NEW version appearance which carries out the optimization of suspension geometry! The shaft 4WD specification which fully loads the specifications in order to win with race/lace, aims toward worldwide game victory.
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Old 09-24-2004, 04:12 AM   #2972
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Wow! Thats great news, as I'm really looking forward to get a shaft driven car from Kyosho....n now i see news of the new 05RR

Mmhh...so u know abt wat else this new 05RR has?? Keep those new info coming Nimo, u r the man of 05Rrrrrr!
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Default Rear Sway Bar ?

I was wondering. The two mounting screws that holds the rear sway ... are those to be tightened down or left loose so the suspension hangs free?

Nimo, do you think the new 05RR will use the new 3R clutch? That would lower CG by about 2-3mm.
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Old 09-24-2004, 09:44 AM   #2974
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I was wondering. The two mounting screws that holds the rear sway ... are those to be tightened down or left loose so the suspension hangs free?

Nimo, do you think the new 05RR will use the new 3R clutch? That would lower CG by about 2-3mm.
No. The 3R clutch only uses 16-18t pinions which would greatly undergear the FW05.
The rear sway bay should move freely but not be loose.
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No. The 3R clutch only uses 16-18t pinions which would greatly undergear the FW05.
The rear sway bay should move freely but not be loose.
Not if they just reduce the flywheel size and kept the bell threaded the way it is. It's probably a long shot.
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Old 09-24-2004, 12:37 PM   #2976
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Not if they just reduce the flywheel size and kept the bell threaded the way it is. It's probably a long shot.
You could always shave 2mm off your current flywheel
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Old 09-24-2004, 03:26 PM   #2977
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hey guys im getting out of gas and selling my FW05R, its in great shape, foam tire version, with graphite top deck 39 ring gears and more . asking 250.00 firm, thanks for looking

Robert
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hi guys
have you guys ever had your 2 speed fail on you? mine has just stopped kicking in, tried to take it apart but couldnt find anything wrong with it, the oneway bearing is fine, the shoe is fine etc... basically i can feel that the 2 speed spur gear is not rotating freely if i hold the 1st gear stationary, and i've also tried screwing both 2mm hex screws all the way in etc... also it spins freely out of the center bulk head but once i tighten the 2 top screws that goes through the handle as well the more i tighten it the more the 2nd gear feels tighter to spin.
so if any of you guys have had your 2 speed fail could you please tell me which part it was that caused you problems
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Old 09-24-2004, 05:51 PM   #2979
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Hi
Ive had this problem has well it was the grub screw to hold the second speed to the shaft.?
Hope that helps
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Ive had this problem has well it was the grub screw to hold the second speed to the shaft.?
Hope that helps
ya forgot to mention that too mine was loose as well hopefully its just that! will test it on the track very soon! thanks V1R racer

also guys have you considered or are already using the transmission swing shafts? so to decrease the amount of vibration or wobbbling centre dog bones which stuff up the brake stopper etc... ? (i've had my alloy brake stopper 2 teeths twist and warpped the brake disk!
or is it not really an issue to worry about?
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Old 09-24-2004, 07:39 PM   #2981
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hey guys im getting out of gas and selling my FW05R, its in great shape, foam tire version, with graphite top deck 39 ring gears and more . asking 250.00 firm, thanks for looking

Robert
What!!!! Robert you are getting out of gas? This is an outrage!
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Default blown trottle servos

A couple of guys I known who run fw-05 had blown many trottle servos, I had also blown one during my last race. Anyone of u who run fw has this sort of problems??
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Old 09-24-2004, 11:56 PM   #2983
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Default New Kyosho FW-05RR

Kyosho FW-05RR
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A couple of guys I known who run fw-05 had blown many trottle servos, I had also blown one during my last race. Anyone of u who run fw has this sort of problems??
I blew 2 early on but since I put extra rubber washers between the servo and deck I've not had another one go.
STrangely enough, lifting the servo that 1mm appears to improve the cornering.
Also put some fuel tube on the throttle stop, and try to set the servo so it is not forced at full throttle.
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Kyosho FW-05RR
Done that, top of the page.
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