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Old 02-23-2010, 05:58 AM   #31
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Old 02-25-2010, 03:36 PM   #34
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Default WWich futaba servos would be the best for this car?

Hi, i am about to buy a new car and I have a few questions for the setup.

Wich futaba servos would you preffer to the v-one rrr shimo with a 4pk system?

What kind of batterypack could be used for the reciever?

Wich engine is the fastest legal engine on this car and wich tune pipe to match it?

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Wich futaba servos would you preffer to the v-one rrr shimo with a 4pk system?
The ones in my sig. The manual has the suggested battery pack.
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Hi, i am about to buy a new car and I have a few questions for the setup.

Wich futaba servos would you preffer to the v-one rrr shimo with a 4pk system?

What kind of batterypack could be used for the reciever?

Wich engine is the fastest legal engine on this car and wich tune pipe to match it?

thx
Batteries you can run an LIFE receiver pack or a nickle metal receiver pack.

Engine is a tougher question, and I'm actually curious about the answer too .
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Old 02-25-2010, 06:22 PM   #37
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Batteries you can run an LIFE receiver pack or a nickle metal receiver pack.

Engine is a tougher question, and I'm actually curious about the answer too .
I would try OS speed .12 XZ and OS 1050

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Batteries you can run an LIFE receiver pack or a nickle metal receiver pack.

Engine is a tougher question, and I'm actually curious about the answer too .
Whatz up Tory!!!
As for the engine- you know how it is. It depends who the sponsor is for the person giving you the reply, and not to mention personal preference.
For example, I have tried Picco's (red dot and IDM's), OS, Novarossi's and Sirio's. I can tell you that out of these, I love Nova hands down. However, I'm being told that RB M3 by Murman is a kick a$$ engine. What I have noticed at the track is that Nova appears to be the king of engines as RB and MAX engines are all Nova based.
In conclusion, I say try them for yourself and I guess the most important question should be how much of an engine can you afford? If funds are tight, go with a Picco if you don't race alot. However, if you race alot and funds are tight, then go with an OS (they last). If you race alot and need something that will last you for awhile, then go with any Nova based engine. One more thing....any engine can last you awhile if you run it right and clean it often
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My Shimo car is ready to hit the track this weekend.
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Let us know what you think about it, after testing.
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here is last year´s JMRCA touring Open Class Final

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Let us know what you think about it, after testing.
I will let you know Chay. I did lighten the car up some already.

Also trying out my first two Orion Vortex servos.
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I need to order 2 spare set screws but I don't know what size Kyosho calls them....

I need the bigger set screws that are used to keep the main belt rear cog on it's shaft. Anyone know what size these are?!

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I need to order 2 spare set screws but I don't know what size Kyosho calls them....

I need the bigger set screws that are used to keep the main belt rear cog on it's shaft. Anyone know what size these are?!

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I assume you are talking about the set screw that goes into the aluminum brake pulley. The manual shows it to be a 4x4.
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