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Old 07-01-2005, 12:02 PM   #3226
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Nope, never ran front diff before. Try calling Kyosho America.
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Old 07-01-2005, 04:27 PM   #3227
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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.
The bevel shafts are the same (BS 107).
You`ll need the VZ218 diff joint (outdrives)...these are different to the rears, and you`ll need VZ012 diff gears, a diff case seal, diff oil, pulley, (4) 2 x 6mm F/H screws to mount the pulley to the diff, and you may want some spacers for the servo saver flange balls (lowers them for clearance).
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Old 07-01-2005, 08:19 PM   #3228
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The bevel shafts are the same (BS 107).
You`ll need the VZ218 diff joint (outdrives)...these are different to the rears, and you`ll need VZ012 diff gears, a diff case seal, diff oil, pulley, (4) 2 x 6mm F/H screws to mount the pulley to the diff, and you may want some spacers for the servo saver flange balls (lowers them for clearance).
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Old 07-02-2005, 07:22 AM   #3229
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thanks a lot.
If, you can get a hold of a Trinity Reflex NT diff, the internals and outdrives will work (you won't need the paper/fiber gasket - just the large kyosho o-ring seal). I built my front diff with the parts and it works great! Give it a shot.
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Old 07-03-2005, 09:17 AM   #3230
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SpeedsterRRR,

You are wrong. Sirio is made by Star Micromotori. Nova's are made by Novarossi.

Novarossi is a relative to Rossi engines. Cesare Rossi started Novarossi and Rossi focused on planes and boats. Sirio and Novarossi engines ARE NOT made in the same plant. FYI also that Rossi is a very common name in Italy.

RB (distributor and tuner), JP, Max Power, IDM....these are all tuners. All these engines start their life at the Novarossi factory.

Hope this helps to clear things up.

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Old 07-03-2005, 10:10 AM   #3231
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what is the different of V1RRR WCE version and normal version???

anyone have the pics of WCE V1RRR and normal version. pls post some pic and shared...

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Old 07-03-2005, 10:15 AM   #3232
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go back a few pages. Someone posted a WCE V1RRR with cf graphite front bumper.
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Old 07-03-2005, 03:26 PM   #3233
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I finally got an interference free race with the RRR, in fact the handling of the car is greatly improved as it now goes where I want it to go.
What was the cure??
I changed the Transmitter
It was the first run with the Sanwa Trasmitter which has an aerial half as long again as the KO one.
I can now say for the first time how much better the RRR is over the FW05, it still has good rear grip but loads more front bite and direction change, so after a frustrating 5 weeks I am now bacxk on form.
Set a time today 6 seconds faster than my personal best for the track, and that was with 2 grassy moments, and the GQ 42's have enough meat left for maybe 2 more meetings.
Only bug I have is the 2-speed not changing at the same revs each lap, sometimes almost not changing at all (I will have to investigate).
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Old 07-04-2005, 04:01 AM   #3234
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SpeedsterRRR,

You are wrong. Sirio is made by Star Micromotori. Nova's are made by Novarossi.

Novarossi is a relative to Rossi engines. Cesare Rossi started Novarossi and Rossi focused on planes and boats. Sirio and Novarossi engines ARE NOT made in the same plant. FYI also that Rossi is a very common name in Italy.

RB (distributor and tuner), JP, Max Power, IDM....these are all tuners. All these engines start their life at the Novarossi factory.

Hope this helps to clear things up.

John

No man!!! You are wrong!!!!

Goto www.star-motor.com
Then see the headline at the top of your Explorer browser!!!
"Micromotori SIRIO Star-Motor Engineering"

Sirio is a subdivision of Novarossi, obviously controled by Novarossi, the mother company.

A Sirio is a cheap Novarossi (or better was a cheap Novarossi).
These engines feel very Italian...
They look like they came from Micromotory, and most of all they responds like most engines that come from there.

I rest my case...
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Old 07-04-2005, 04:25 AM   #3235
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No man!!! You are wrong!!!!

Goto www.star-motor.com
Then see the headline at the top of your Explorer browser!!!
"Micromotori SIRIO Star-Motor Engineering"

Sirio is a subdivision of Novarossi, obviously controled by Novarossi, the mother company.

A Sirio is a cheap Novarossi (or better was a cheap Novarossi).
These engines feel very Italian...
They look like they came from Micromotory, and most of all they responds like most engines that come from there.

I rest my case...
I went through the site and found no mention of Novarossi. There is a person working for them called Andrea Rossi but thats not proof they bleong to Novarossi. Where is the info?

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No man!!! You are wrong!!!!

Goto www.star-motor.com
Then see the headline at the top of your Explorer browser!!!
"Micromotori SIRIO Star-Motor Engineering"

Sirio is a subdivision of Novarossi, obviously controled by Novarossi, the mother company.

A Sirio is a cheap Novarossi (or better was a cheap Novarossi).
These engines feel very Italian...
They look like they came from Micromotory, and most of all they responds like most engines that come from there.

I rest my case...

Man

Sirio has nothing to do with Novarossi.
Andre left Novarossi, setup his own company star-motor.
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Old 07-04-2005, 07:02 AM   #3237
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Hi guys,

I've got a KO 2344 and a Futaba s9451 servo. Which one should i use for the steering and throttle?

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I've got a KO 2344 and a Futaba s9451 servo. Which one should i use for the steering and throttle?

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Check the specs of the servo's, you'll want the faster/torquer one on the throttle/brake.

I have actually slowed the steering one down as it was too fast and unsettled the car.
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Ive got the S9451 for steering its one of the best servos for steering.
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I went through the site and found no mention of Novarossi. There is a person working for them called Andrea Rossi but thats not proof they bleong to Novarossi. Where is the info?

Thanks
Andrea may be the hardest working person working at SIRIO. Maybe because he owns StarMotors. Go to SIRIO's forum and ask Andrea for his story. He's always there to help out and answer questions. Great guy!
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