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Old 10-12-2010, 07:06 PM   #241
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Default 2010 Kraceway 5th Annual U.S Open Championship

Calling all Kyosho fanatics here's your chance to get in the action before the season is done @ Kraceway track that hosted the 2004 sedan worlds & 2005 Kyosho Cup
If you still have the itch to race & wanna race with the factory drivers
November is the time come check it out
November will be the place to race especially with perfect weather
Paypal payment option available www.kissrcraceway.com
Thanks in advance & look forward to those that can attend
Track pics will be posted & if u need more track time we will be having the Forgass State race the weekend before www.forgass.com
C'mon MR Fisher have not seen you or Brian in a while
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Calling all Kyosho fanatics here's your chance to get in the action before the season is done @ Kraceway track that hosted the 2004 sedan worlds & 2005 Kyosho Cup
If you still have the itch to race & wanna race with the factory drivers
November is the time come check it out
November will be the place to race especially with perfect weather
Paypal payment option available www.kissrcraceway.com
Thanks in advance & look forward to those that can attend
Track pics will be posted & if u need more track time we will be having the Forgass State race the weekend before www.forgass.com
C'mon MR Fisher have not seen you or Brian in a while
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Old 10-13-2010, 05:51 PM   #243
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Any experience with 3 racing Titanium 2nd speed cluch holder and Titanium rear main shaft. Are they any good?' Is there other alternatives to lighter shafts???

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Old 10-14-2010, 10:10 AM   #244
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Any experience with 3 racing Titanium 2nd speed cluch holder and Titanium rear main shaft. Are they any good?' Is there other alternatives to lighter shafts???

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Both of those parts are pretty good. Be aware of the following if you want to use those two items:

For the 2 sp holder you have to use the older 2sp (not the Evolva/Evo2). The new shoes don't fit onto that holder.

The rear main shaft does not have a flat spot for aluminum brake pulley. You can either grind a spot or you will have to use the plastic pulley that is pin driven. You will also then have to use the hub that drives the brake disk and the plastic pulley end with the spacer. All those parts come with the car and the pulley set. Only things it doesn't come with are the extra pins and you need an older brake disc which has a different center. (look at 3-racing part V3R-037). I think Kyosho still sells the older style brake disc and K-factory makes a nice one as well K-1901
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Both of those parts are pretty good. Be aware of the following if you want to use those two items:

For the 2 sp holder you have to use the older 2sp (not the Evolva/Evo2). The new shoes don't fit onto that holder.

The rear main shaft does not have a flat spot for aluminum brake pulley. You can either grind a spot or you will have to use the plastic pulley that is pin driven. You will also then have to use the hub that drives the brake disk and the plastic pulley end with the spacer. All those parts come with the car and the pulley set. Only things it doesn't come with are the extra pins and you need an older brake disc which has a different center. (look at 3-racing part V3R-037). I think Kyosho still sells the older style brake disc and K-factory makes a nice one as well K-1901
Thanks a lot Scott

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Any experience with 3 racing Titanium 2nd speed cluch holder and Titanium rear main shaft. Are they any good?' Is there other alternatives to lighter shafts???

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You can also try CSO racing. I think they are better quality than 3Racing. Their hardcoated lightweight shaft is really nice:

http://www.rc-toro.com/product_info....ea7b73023bab96
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