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Old 08-05-2005, 04:34 PM   #3541
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First set of what?
Rear diff outdrives. Had it on the title, quite small. Last time for that.
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Old 08-05-2005, 05:55 PM   #3542
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whats up chuck ,i just did my first pair of out drives ,last weekend was the last day for them.i cant really complain i got 3 gallons out of them
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Hey all i'm new to the forum and i just finished building my RRR WCE.
I was wondering what do you guy's suggest between these two engines.

Sirio .12 EVO3 5port

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OS .12 TR 5port

I will be just racing Club for now. Any suggestions or experiences on which would be best?
Sirio will give you more top end but the OS will be more reliable
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Old 08-05-2005, 10:13 PM   #3544
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Hey all i'm new to the forum and i just finished building my RRR WCE.
I was wondering what do you guy's suggest between these two engines.

Sirio .12 EVO3 5port

or

OS .12 TR 5port

I will be just racing Club for now. Any suggestions or experiences on which would be best?
For club racing go with the OS. its reliable and easy to tune. Also the power is very linear so the car will be easy to control on lose tracks, like concrete.
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Old 08-06-2005, 02:06 AM   #3545
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where did you find a os tr 12 i thought they didn't make those anymore
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I got it at BMI hobby in Plano TX for $ 125 nib. Figured my girfriend needed a good forgiving motor to use. (also that she can tune on her own.)
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where did you find a os tr 12 i thought they didn't make those anymore
Hey bosfan, ya' up kinda' early - or is it kinda' late?! I bet someone has digital calipers in their hands.
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Hey guys,
I've forgotten the differences between the 3 different servo saver / bellcranks (10,11,12). Can someone enlighten me... again, please?
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whats up chuck ,i just did my first pair of out drives ,last weekend was the last day for them.i cant really complain i got 3 gallons out of them
Hi Dan,
I got at least 2 gals from mine.
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I've forgotten the differences between the 3 different servo saver / bellcranks (10,11,12). Can someone enlighten me... again, please?
smaller number for smaller track and vice versa methinks. 11 is good for all tracks for me.
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I'm not happy
Ist the NSR driveshaft joint snapped, then next tank the 1st gear stripped, 2 tanks later the 2 gear stripped, then 2 laps later a rear belt stripped taking out the pulley's with it.
This car is starting to get expensive (might have to return to FW05)
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I've forgotten the differences between the 3 different servo saver / bellcranks (10,11,12). Can someone enlighten me... again, please?
#10 = more steering
#11 = stock setting
#12 = less steering
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anyone know good web site for 1/10 scale cars? i know rc mushroom. Anything else? perferred in asia thanks
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Here is a few I have had good luck with.

www.rcmart.com

http://shopping.rcmodel.hk/

www.precisionrc.com

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I'm not happy
Ist the NSR driveshaft joint snapped, then next tank the 1st gear stripped, 2 tanks later the 2 gear stripped, then 2 laps later a rear belt stripped taking out the pulley's with it.
This car is starting to get expensive (might have to return to FW05)
the problem i found with stripping the spur gears is every time its happened and i have replaced them the engine has moved slightly. so i took a chassis to some one with a milling machine and milled the recess out and also the actual hole, and tapped the engine mounts out to M4, now using serpent M4 engine mount screws that use a 2.5mm allen driver. can get a lot more torque on the driver without fear of rounding the bolt off, plus have made it so it has more adjustment. so how fully no more stripped gears.

the car is very expensive to keep well maintained, just had to put about 150 quids worth of bits on mine to make it ready for the euros next week, the car is fast but i dont think i can justify the cost of maintaining it
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