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Old 05-12-2006, 09:18 AM   #6526
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Where can I get the instructions for this part?

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I tried to find mine and scan it copy for you, but couldn't find it, yet.

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Old 05-12-2006, 10:42 AM   #6527
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Where can I get the instructions for this part?

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If no one can find their copy, I should be getting my order in between now and Monday, so I can provide a copy.
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Hey guys, I found some 0 mm offset universals, but they are for the V1RR. Will they fit on the WCE???
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Hey guys, I found some 0 mm offset universals, but they are for the V1RR. Will they fit on the WCE???
Do you have the part number? I should be able to tell you.
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Old 05-12-2006, 12:43 PM   #6530
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It doesn't show it, but here is the link..

http://rc-mushroom.com/product_info....oducts_id=1476
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Old 05-12-2006, 05:44 PM   #6531
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remember once saw a thread posting using a small spring inserting at the screw in between the brake pad in order to prevent the brake pad from jamming when release the brake... could someone refresh me
The springs are a good idea. They only come with the KFactory AP pads not the Kyosho AP pads. I just went to my LHS and searched there assorted parts untill I found some springs that would do the job.
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Old 05-12-2006, 05:45 PM   #6532
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I just tried to fir the blue rear clamps with 3 holes in for the top camber links (forgotton the part number!) and there is not enough suspention movement after its fitted. I tried all arrangements of balls and spacers and still no luck. In the end I took it off and binned it! What a waste of money!

Anybody else had problems with it?

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Sorry you are having that problem. I to noticed it. The other posts are a help but I did one more thing. If you choose the correct length screw you can use a distance spacer from the Jrxs c hub to move the screw head up farther so you don't have to grind as much plastic off. I actually didn't have to take much plastic off with the spacer installed. Be sure the screw doen't go through and hit the outdrive. Hope it helps, Mike
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It doesn't show it, but here is the link..

http://rc-mushroom.com/product_info....oducts_id=1476
If it was a Kyosho part number I could have cross referenced, but I don't know since it's 3Racing, sorry.
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Old 05-13-2006, 02:34 AM   #6534
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Hi,

Thought it's time to show some pics of my car. From the pics you can see I have modified the Top Deck for better access to the link on the servo horn. Notice the springs keeping the brake pads apart, also I have modiied the Skyline shock brace (two extra holes) so it will fit the new bulk head.
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how did you cut the top deck?
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Thought it's time to show some pics of my car. From the pics you can see I have modified the Top Deck for better access to the link on the servo horn. Notice the springs keeping the brake pads apart, also I have modiied the Skyline shock brace (two extra holes) so it will fit the new bulk head.
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Just an observation, it doesn't look like you have sanded the edges of the top deck and sealed them with CA I could be wrong or maybe it's not adviseable with Nitro cars? Also I am glad that I looked thru my WC kit so I could mark the top deck for the clearance, as I was going thru the box I noticed that I have universal shafts front and rear supplied, I guess I should start building this thing before I order parts I don't need at least for now
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how did you cut the top deck?
Used a Dremel, it can be done with the deck on the car just make sure you have access to a compressor to blow of the dust.
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Just an observation, it doesn't look like you have sanded the edges of the top deck and sealed them with CA I could be wrong or maybe it's not adviseable with Nitro cars? Also I am glad that I looked thru my WC kit so I could mark the top deck for the clearance, as I was going thru the box I noticed that I have universal shafts front and rear supplied, I guess I should start building this thing before I order parts I don't need at least for now
IMHO putting CA on the top deck is not required on Nitro as I have never had a deck split. I probably should do the shock towers though.
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Just an observation, it doesn't look like you have sanded the edges of the top deck and sealed them with CA I could be wrong or maybe it's not adviseable with Nitro cars? Also I am glad that I looked thru my WC kit so I could mark the top deck for the clearance, as I was going thru the box I noticed that I have universal shafts front and rear supplied, I guess I should start building this thing before I order parts I don't need at least for now
You may want to still order the rear CVD's though (007's) as you will need to run 2mm offset rear tires untill you do. Not sure if I got that part correct, one of the other contributors may be able to assist with the correct number.

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