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Old 01-26-2004, 09:41 PM   #586
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Default Re: .8 gear is out in U.S.

Shop around, old style power clutch set is around $50, new one I would expect to be about the same?!

EDIT: Thanks for the info CL..

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Power Clutch 0.8 Gearing - $89.65
Trans, 0.8 Gearing - $79.96
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They are quite expensive.
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Old 01-26-2004, 11:25 PM   #587
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do you guys have problems with the shocks (especially the pressure cap) of the LD3?? all i can say is they are really hard to build/re-build! pressure cap does not hold and goes into the shocks when tightened.. any tips? will the tc3 shock caps fit (its easier to rebuild associated shocks for me, even if it does not have a bleeder screw)? thanks!
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I had a problem with one of mine, when I asked Niki hobbies I was told
"Shock Pressure Top Replace HN E-08 with Kyosho W5017"

The Kyosho ones are great! (and from memory you get 10 caps in the paket )

The LD3 ones are just too soft...
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I had a problem with one of mine, when I asked Niki hobbies I was told
"Shock Pressure Top Replace HN E-08 with Kyosho W5017"

The Kyosho ones are great! (and from memory you get 10 caps in the paket )

The LD3 ones are just too soft...
you will get 8 infact and instead !

get those particular for EVO. they are a little bit harder.
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alright! thanks guys! called the shop just now, last stock goes to the owner but he is willing to sell to me half (it comes in 10)! hehe!

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Whats the difference between the LD3 Pro and the NTC3? I know both are drive shaft but is there any other differences? This weekend at my local race track the 3 podium winners were all LD3's.
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Ok people
Its time for me to upgrade from the LD3 Pro pipe everyone says has too much pressure (it does seem to be holding the engines back)

What pipe should I get and where from? (rather not USA)
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Old 02-03-2004, 07:23 PM   #593
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Whats the difference between the LD3 Pro and the NTC3? I know both are drive shaft but is there any other differences? This weekend at my local race track the 3 podium winners were all LD3's.
there are a lot! shock towers, shocks, shock springs, arms, diffs (some say the ae ball diffs fit), radio tray, etc.. these are just a few. you could try and read this topic from page 1, i asked questions like yours too.
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Ok people
Its time for me to upgrade from the LD3 Pro pipe everyone says has too much pressure (it does seem to be holding the engines back)

What pipe should I get and where from? (rather not USA)
has too much pressure? what type is it nightmare? is it the one like dtm's in his new champion edition or the ae ntc3 type one? if its the one like dtm's (its the one i have), the local pros tell me that the manifold is too long and this wastes the power of my engine. they recomended the ntc3 type one. ill be getting the ths version of the ntc3 pipe when i have the money already. i think rc-mushroom has the hongnor pipes.
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Its the one like DTMS champion edition. I also am saving the $$ for different pipe, just got to find out what pipe and good place to buy from.

Iv'e read in multiple places pipe is too long (engine not rev unless too lean)

EDIT (few hrs later): just took 14mm out of pipe and a bit out of header. Can notice the difference ni rev's. Have to get a new pipe for sure.

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how did you trim it? can you post a pic nightmare? anyway, try looking for the THS brand pipes. the maker of this pipe also produces the same pipes for rd logics and other big brand producers and i think its relatively cheaper. pipe and manifold (the one especially for ntc3) costs about $45 here in our lhs. but, rc-mushroom has this pipe similar to what im saying which is made by hong nor
http://rc-mushroom.com/product_info.php?products_id=763
selling for $39
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That hong-nor one is the same as my 2 "spares" and have same problem I believe.

hmm I'll PM you in a re: THS pipe

Here is a photo of what I done, I cut the pipe with hacksaw near weld and near pressure connector then "welded" the pipe back together.

Also cut a little from header to get pipe to sit back in same place.
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that is what the THS pipe looks like but its in line.. my mistake, dtm's champions pipe is not like mine.. hehe! my bad.. but there is a problem with my pipe still. i saw the receipts from my purchase and found out the pipe is JPL. sorry for the confusion. you got pm nightmare!
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That hong-nor one is the same as my 2 "spares" and have same problem I believe.

hmm I'll PM you in a re: THS pipe

Here is a photo of what I done, I cut the pipe with hacksaw near weld and near pressure connector then "welded" the pipe back together.

Also cut a little from header to get pipe to sit back in same place.
You need a new pipe
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This new upgrade in gears is worth the money if you are going
to a larger track because you can gear the car higher. I race
with Steve Nguyen, Chris Verano of Ofna weekly and i can tell that their cars got a lot faster on the back straight and the new
centax seems to work good.
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