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Old 02-09-2004, 04:03 PM   #1
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Hi Guys,

Wondering if someone can explain what the first number (4.5) mean in the listing of these two Kyosho springs?

Front Spring (4.5-1.8)
Front Spring (4.5-2.0)

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Hi Guys,

Wondering if someone can explain what the first number (4.5) mean in the listing of these two Kyosho springs?

Front Spring (4.5-1.8)
Front Spring (4.5-2.0)

Cheers
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I would probably have to say its "coils"
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Old 02-10-2004, 02:42 AM   #3
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Yes, it's the number of coils.
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Brilliant... thanks for that.

One more question

Anyone know how tall the front Kyosho V1R springs are?

The standard black units. I believe the fronts are shorter than the rears?

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Brilliant... thanks for that.

One more question

Anyone know how tall the front Kyosho V1R springs are?

The standard black units. I believe the fronts are shorter than the rears?

Lycan
Fronts 21mm (approx)
Rears 23mm (approx)
I.D. for both 13.7mm (approx)
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