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Old 06-02-2005, 08:49 AM   #2746
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does anyone know where to get the flywheel tool?
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Old 06-02-2005, 08:52 AM   #2747
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jefferylin: this is what i'm referring to. thanks 3434
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does anyone know where to get the flywheel tool?
Call Kyosho America and see if you can get it from them direct (TSW008).
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Old 06-02-2005, 09:13 AM   #2749
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Call Kyosho America and see if you can get it from them direct (TSW008).
thanks... do you have a recommendation on what turbo plug i should use in texas at the nationals. i imagine it would be very hot and humid.
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Old 06-02-2005, 09:24 AM   #2750
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thanks... do you have a recommendation on what turbo plug i should use in texas at the nationals. i imagine it would be very hot and humid.
I was told to use c plugs for humid weather (over 70-80% humidity) and f otherwise. I had #7 working up to 100F but also try 8.
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I was told to use c plugs for humid weather (over 70-80% humidity) and f otherwise. I had #7 working up to 100F but also try 8.
thanks jeffreylin.
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Old 06-02-2005, 09:54 AM   #2752
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What works great instead of the TSW-008 is a battery terminal puller for a full size car. You can pick them up at any auto parts store, even places like Kmart have them
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Typical greek language there doesnt make sense ohh sorry its TURKISH language

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and you are supposed to be funny.....
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I need some dimensions please.

I am waiting on my diff parts but have a race this weekend where I don't think the one-way is going to do much good. So I want to try the spool. However, I have all piece except for the drive cups. I do have crive cups from the G4/mongoose but they are too long.

Can someone give me the following dimensions:

1) distance (mm) over entire drive cup (from end to end)
2) distance (mm) from the end of the outdrive cup to where you put the diff pin in.

This will allow me to cut the G4 drive cups and drill a new pin hole.

thanks.
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guys, besides the stock rrr, the wc edition, is there also a wc limited edition that comes with additional pulleys, improved parts, etc that sells only in japan? and it's so limited that you have to register so you can only get one?
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I need some dimensions please.

I am waiting on my diff parts but have a race this weekend where I don't think the one-way is going to do much good. So I want to try the spool. However, I have all piece except for the drive cups. I do have crive cups from the G4/mongoose but they are too long.

Can someone give me the following dimensions:

1) distance (mm) over entire drive cup (from end to end)
2) distance (mm) from the end of the outdrive cup to where you put the diff pin in.

This will allow me to cut the G4 drive cups and drill a new pin hole.

thanks.
I have used the V-one R cups, they are 2mm too long in the shaft but I found on one of the RRR plastic trees some unused 2mm spacers which fitted with only marginal play, and it appears to be working, and makes the cups long enough for the drive shafts.
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guys, besides the stock rrr, the wc edition, is there also a wc limited edition that comes with additional pulleys, improved parts, etc that sells only in japan? and it's so limited that you have to register so you can only get one?
I don't think so.
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What works great instead of the TSW-008 is a battery terminal puller for a full size car. You can pick them up at any auto parts store, even places like Kmart have them
Or you can go to an electronics surplus store to find a metal capacitor holder. It works for me.
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Old 06-02-2005, 10:07 PM   #2759
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Is everyone starting to get there supply of needed Kyosho parts?
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Yes, Kyosho America has already shipped parts and kits to my LHS's a while ago.
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