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Old 01-26-2004, 06:24 PM
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I also have that question too. Don't know is it for front or rear? If it can use on both, how to change rear toe? I don't see they come with different degree.
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Originally posted by au_Nightmare
My arm holders where just # LS-17, but thats a Hong Nor number. (Why OFNA renumber stuff, they should keep it the same like when XTM rebage the Rex-x they keep all the same MV part #'s)

I assume "Aluminum CNC Lower Arm, Holder PART# 38446" comes with the pivot balls.
they come as in different parts
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Old 01-26-2004, 06:44 PM
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Originally posted by Aku-Man
I also have that question too. Don't know is it for front or rear? If it can use on both, how to change rear toe? I don't see they come with different degree.
they are for both front and rear. same thing.

you adjust toe in/out from the pivot suspension.
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They fit both front and rear so you need 2 sets of them.

BTW - when you put in the 1, 1.5 ect degree arms you are setting the anti-squat, not toe in/out.

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I also have that question too. Don't know is it for front or rear? If it can use on both, how to change rear toe? I don't see they come with different degree.
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Originally posted by au_Nightmare
They fit both front and rear so you need 2 sets of them.

BTW - when you put in the 1, 1.5 ect degree arms you are setting the anti-squat, not toe in/out.
i dont see a need for antisquat for on-road racer unless you have a bumpy track.
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Old 01-26-2004, 08:18 PM
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Default .8 gear is out in U.S.

Power Clutch 0.8 Gearing - $89.65
Trans, 0.8 Gearing - $79.96
at Nitrohouse.

They are quite expensive.
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Old 01-26-2004, 08:21 PM
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Power Clutch 0.8 Gearing - $89.65
Trans, 0.8 Gearing - $79.96
at Nitrohouse.

They are quite expensive.
get the price list from hobbyplayer site, they are relatively cheap inside taiwan.
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Anyone know if the threads (for gears) on the "old" power clutch can take the new 0.8 gears?

I am gussing the threads would be the same so you can use say new 2 speed with old clutch (with new gears fitted)
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What is this Hobby Player site??? Can you post a link please?
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http://www.hobbyplayer.com/
My language skills suck though, I can read the url and that's it...
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Originally posted by au_Nightmare
Anyone know if the threads (for gears) on the "old" power clutch can take the new 0.8 gears?

I am gussing the threads would be the same so you can use say new 2 speed with old clutch (with new gears fitted)
just use a mugen clutch with 0.8 pinion. the mugen mtx3 clutch set is damn cheap but you need to shim the engine mount a little bit taller.
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But ive already got the HN Power clutch thats why im wondering if the new gears fit old clutch.. Might ask later once a few more ppl have the 0.8
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manticore, what if i use the engine mounts from the standard kit (i think its taller), would it be a direct fit or would it be too tall? am considering on getting the mtx clutch. thanks!
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manticore, what if i use the engine mounts from the standard kit (i think its taller), would it be a direct fit or would it be too tall? am considering on getting the mtx clutch. thanks!
i have the pro kit which comes with the power clutch. i am not sure about the stand engine mount height. but it should work !!
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The new gears will not fit the old clutch.
Originally posted by au_Nightmare
But ive already got the HN Power clutch thats why im wondering if the new gears fit old clutch.. Might ask later once a few more ppl have the 0.8
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