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Old 06-01-2004, 01:35 AM   #11716
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WAS THAT A SHOT AT ME??? AND MY BODS??? LOL... I WOULD NEVER BREAK THE RULES "Da Hellion"


Yo dude I would love to get a couple of the bodies they are hot !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 06-01-2004, 01:36 AM   #11717
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Till now, Im very satisfied with the stock RR12L3.
Just need to try to equip it with ceramic bearing
anyone tried the NS15 S5 ? i am going to break in this motor in the weekend..........
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Old 06-01-2004, 01:44 AM   #11718
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Just need to try to equip it with ceramic bearing
Bro, what benefits do you want to achieve with ceramic bearings in the engine? Have you compared one with / without ceramic bearings?
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Old 06-01-2004, 01:45 AM   #11719
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anyone tried the NS15 S5 ? i am going to break in this motor in the weekend..........
You're evil ! Let us know how she rips.
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Old 06-01-2004, 02:21 AM   #11720
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Bro, what benefits do you want to achieve with ceramic bearings in the engine? Have you compared one with / without ceramic bearings?
hey initial D, i saw a aftermarket cermic bearing which made by squart, i think it should be a japan rc workshop. they specifically make the ceramic bearing for the engine, they quoted their bearing are long life, light weight and low friction. the price are pretty hight as it is something around $5x us.....
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Old 06-01-2004, 02:27 AM   #11721
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You're evil ! Let us know how she rips.
in my local track, many of 710 is powered by the NS15 and it really really fast in the long straigt and good from bottom to top end....they can even catch my Evolva with my RB C5...unbelieveable....
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Old 06-01-2004, 02:37 AM   #11722
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they can even catch my Evolva with my RB C5...unbelieveable....
Damn. That's cool !
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Old 06-01-2004, 02:46 AM   #11723
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hey initial D, i saw a aftermarket cermic bearing which made by squart, i think it should be a japan rc workshop. they specifically make the ceramic bearing for the engine, they quoted their bearing are long life, light weight and low friction. the price are pretty hight as it is something around $5x us.....
You mean Squat?

http://www.squat.co.jp/

That's expensive. Is that for one piece or for two? Boca has better prices then...
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Old 06-01-2004, 02:50 AM   #11724
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in my local track, many of 710 is powered by the NS15 and it really really fast in the long straigt and good from bottom to top end....they can even catch my Evolva with my RB C5...unbelieveable....
What country might that be? I think the distributor is very clever enough to race 1/10 with .15 engine since I bet only S710 internal moving parts can handle such load
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Old 06-01-2004, 02:53 AM   #11725
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Bro, what benefits do you want to achieve with ceramic bearings in the engine? Have you compared one with / without ceramic bearings?
He needs to use in order to sell even then, now respective S710 parts already having Daltonshop Version on it so you could buy either the parts or the kit with mods describe on the S710 black book at no additional costs. Original parts are also available if ones prefer
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What country might that be? I think the distributor is very clever enough to race 1/10 with .15 engine since I bet only S710 internal moving parts can handle such load
I'm taking a guess... Running the Evolva and a .15 in a 710 can only be in... HK.

Yup, you are right on the drive train, Pyramid. My pulleys are still in good shape. My front belt has not been changed yet since I bought the car ! It's soo loose now that it keeps falling out (with front ball diff, it is possible) after some rigourous outing !
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I'm taking a guess... Running the Evolva and a .15 in a 710 can only be in... HK.
I got the same feeling about it too
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Old 06-01-2004, 03:02 AM   #11728
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He needs to use in order to sell even then, now respective S710 parts already having Daltonshop Version on it so you could buy either the parts or the kit with mods describe on the S710 black book at no additional costs. Original parts are also available if ones prefer
Cool. I guess that's what they call good customer service. Thumbs up to you guys.
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Old 06-01-2004, 03:03 AM   #11729
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You mean Squat?

http://www.squat.co.jp/

That's expensive. Is that for one piece or for two? Boca has better prices then...
yes, it's Squat and the price 5X is only the big bearing inside the crank case....
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Yo dude I would love to get a couple of the bodies they are hot !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thank you! I'm glad you like it and I'm almost finished with that one in the picture. I hope to have them in full production in late June. By then I'll have my web site back up and I'll post it in here. By the way I raced them Sunday and I drove like s*^@ !! So they sure past the crash tests Here's another pic. of it
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