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Old 06-30-2005, 06:50 PM   #3211
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I want to get one, too. 5800 yen is pretty good deal. For this price, I can only buy a 3Racing 3mm chassis.
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Old 06-30-2005, 07:45 PM   #3212
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get the skyline one. it is very nice.
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Old 06-30-2005, 09:05 PM   #3213
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that is because if you use the 24t pully you have to use a different side belt. kyosho sells a 387 tooth side belt that you need if you use the 24t pully. sorry, i am not jwf but this is correct.
ok! thanks for the info. part# for that belt if you know? and the another thing that I see. the belt rubs the header? is there away to fixs that at all? thank you.
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Old 06-30-2005, 09:55 PM   #3214
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GUYS GUYS GUYS
I log on to read about Kyoshos and all I see is Sirios Sirios.
There is a thread for these , i havent checked it lately, just as well as you are all here.
Anyway here goes to all that care.
- I am working closely with the Sirio Importer here in Australia and am testing the new Evo 111 as we speak.
- I two ran an worlds edition at the State titles at Moorebank and yes thie engine was ballistik and yes it did also break the pin off the crank shaft.
- let me assure you that sirio have acgnowledged this unusual failure rate and are punching out new Cranks as we speak, however this is taking some time.
- If there was a carby problem then it was with the Evo 1 and was sorted since.

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Old 07-01-2005, 03:20 AM   #3215
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Common knowledge to whom? You're telling me, that you think the crank issue is purely bad craftsmanship or poor quality? Is there a thread on r/c tech for this engine? How many people are saying this (other than those in your immediate, geographical area)? I've had my Sirio Evo 2 World's Edition for three months, ran a little over a gallon thru it and the engine runs insanely strong from start to finish. Feels like I got a damn HEMI in my nitro touring car!!!
You guys should know that Novarossi, Sirio and RB all come out of the same factory, Micromotori. I recently e-mailed Star-Motor, maker of Sirio and I got a reply form Andrea Rossi himself (Novarossi= New Rossi).
You can consider Sirio an attempt to hit the low market/economy racers(even thought their popularity pushed prices way up), Novarossi the standard in serious racing and RB as super tuned engines. (RB is actually a French firm, but the engines are manufactured by Micromotori according to RB specs).
Hope this clears it for u!
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GUYS GUYS GUYS
I log on to read about Kyoshos and all I see is Sirios Sirios.
There is a thread for these , i havent checked it lately, just as well as you are all here.
Anyway here goes to all that care.
- I am working closely with the Sirio Importer here in Australia and am testing the new Evo 111 as we speak.
- I two ran an worlds edition at the State titles at Moorebank and yes thie engine was ballistik and yes it did also break the pin off the crank shaft.
- let me assure you that sirio have acgnowledged this unusual failure rate and are punching out new Cranks as we speak, however this is taking some time.
- If there was a carby problem then it was with the Evo 1 and was sorted since.

Happy racing
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You guys should know that Novarossi, Sirio and RB all come out of the same factory, Micromotori. I recently e-mailed Star-Motor, maker of Sirio and I got a reply form Andrea Rossi himself (Novarossi= New Rossi).
You can consider Sirio an attempt to hit the low market/economy racers(even thought their popularity pushed prices way up), Novarossi the standard in serious racing and RB as super tuned engines. (RB is actually a French firm, but the engines are manufactured by Micromotori according to RB specs).
Hope this clears it for u!
JP are also made in hte same factory

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jefferylin,
do you know what exactly i need to run a front diff? are the bevel shafts for the rear diff the same for the front diff? thanks.
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do you know what exactly i need to run a front diff? are the bevel shafts for the rear diff the same for the front diff? thanks.
I think the bevel shafts are the same but the outdrives are different. The ones for the front is slightly longer and say "diff cup 19" on the package.
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I think the bevel shafts are the same but the outdrives are different. The ones for the front is slightly longer and say "diff cup 19" on the package.
The ones on the rear are 12mm and the ones on the front are 19mm

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I think the bevel shafts are the same but the outdrives are different. The ones for the front is slightly longer and say "diff cup 19" on the package.
thanks jeff.
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The ones on the rear are 12mm and the ones on the front are 19mm

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can i use the outdrives that i use in my front one way???
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can i use the outdrives that i use in my front one way???
Nope not for the diff.
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Nope not for the diff.
shit!!!! jeff you got any extras where can i get this?
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shit!!!! jeff you got any extras where can i get this?
Nope, never ran front diff before. Try calling Kyosho America.
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