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Old 04-03-2010, 11:42 PM   #76
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will this fit all kyosho rrr models? the shaft where the brakes, spurs, 2 speed holds onto?

http://www.rc-mushroom.com/shopping_cart.php

mine is bent,

ok just found out i need vz227, the vz238 is for evo 2

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Old 04-04-2010, 07:33 AM   #77
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what do you guys think of the titanium main shaft?

i bent mine and looking for a replacement.
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Old 04-04-2010, 09:17 AM   #78
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you can also check out this site www.km-rc.com for Kyosho,mugen,xray option parts
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CSO had LW steel shaft !
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Old 04-04-2010, 06:07 PM   #80
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does anyone know the part number for the wrist pins for the CVD's.. looking to rebuild mine.

also what do you guys think of the 3 racing titanium shaft?
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does anyone know the part number for the wrist pins for the CVD's.. looking to rebuild mine.

also what do you guys think of the 3 racing titanium shaft?
If you are talking about the 2x10 pins for the CVD's... you are out of luck. You can buy X-ray or Mugen pins, or you can take the 2x11 pins and cut them down. Kyosho doesn't sell them... (at least I have never been able to find them)
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If you are talking about the 2x10 pins for the CVD's... you are out of luck. You can buy X-ray or Mugen pins, or you can take the 2x11 pins and cut them down. Kyosho doesn't sell them... (at least I have never been able to find them)
can you buy the collar for the 2sp shaft (that goes on before the pin & pulley for the mid belt) by itselt?

the part number is VZ208 but it comes with a hole heap of crap that i dont need!
http://www.rc-mushroom.com/product_i...oducts_id=4041

looks like this
http://www.rc-mushroom.com/product_i...oducts_id=4057

but inner diamter looks abit bigger.
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Old 04-05-2010, 01:13 AM   #83
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any feedback on the acer bearing kit?

how do they last?
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Old 04-05-2010, 02:19 AM   #84
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awsome , you wont have a problem , ran the ceramic kit in my rrr's for the last couple of years, every say 6 meets pull them out and clean the in the bearing blaster that acer do then re oil them with a good bearing oil , they are the smoothest posible bearings your could put in

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awsome , you wont have a problem , ran the ceramic kit in my rrr's for the last couple of years, every say 6 meets pull them out and clean the in the bearing blaster that acer do then re oil them with a good bearing oil , they are the smoothest posible bearings your could put in

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I had a very different experience. They are light and smooth, but by the 2nd race they were blowing apart in a few places. The bulkhead and outer wheel bearings never made it to a third race.
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I had a very different experience. They are light and smooth, but by the 2nd race they were blowing apart in a few places. The bulkhead and outer wheel bearings never made it to a third race.
Ditto on what Scott said, +, I wouldn't run them in the clutch bell. Seems like outer wheel bearing location "Verboten", the rest of the drive train areas, probably OK.
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oh well , ive never had a problem , had them in 3 kyosho's now and never had one fail , i also run them in my sirio clutches and have never had a problem , looks like ive had 3 good batches?
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ok :S

now im reluctant to order them, was gunna order a set tonite.

i also run on a dusty track.
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I noticed there wasn't an English version of the RRR Shimo Setup sheet so I translated it and posted it on the website.

http://kyoshoamerica.com/downloads/m...lank_setup.pdf
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