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Old 05-17-2006, 04:59 AM   #6646
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STi ?!
I never knew subaru makes/modifies rc motor?!
I thought the same thing. But in reality, the EVO and STI are rivals. Funny that that their names would be used on the same product. And I think the STI logo that Sirio is using is the same as the Suburu STI, no? Anyways, I'm a big Sirio fan so they can call it BIG BERTHA and I would still buy it.
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Old 05-17-2006, 06:33 AM   #6647
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I guess I'm doing a lot of show and tell today...

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You just got that thing yesterday. You work quick. I bet that Sirio is already broken-in. I have been rebuilding the rear end of my car for the last 2 nights.

Looks very nice. I can't wait to get mine.
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Old 05-17-2006, 08:45 AM   #6648
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Yeah, hard coated for strength.

My exactly thought when I saw STI, but it stands for Sirio Technology Impact. http://www.micromotori.com/

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BUT they stole Subaru's STi logo.
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Old 05-17-2006, 12:14 PM   #6649
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You just got that thing yesterday. You work quick. I bet that Sirio is already broken-in. I have been rebuilding the rear end of my car for the last 2 nights.

Looks very nice. I can't wait to get mine.
Well, electric screw driver! Plus, it's a good practice and to know how fast you need to change stuff on the car in case something breaks when you are in a hurry.

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Old 05-17-2006, 12:18 PM   #6650
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Can't wait any longer to built my new car
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Old 05-17-2006, 12:23 PM   #6651
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Oh, and go down to Ace Hardware to get a bunch of M3 metric screws.... countersunk, button head, they have stainless even.... and just build the car with those. $12 worth and you'll have spares left.

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Old 05-17-2006, 01:24 PM   #6652
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Anyone know of a good place to get o-rings for your carb's
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Old 05-17-2006, 01:26 PM   #6653
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Oh, and go down to Ace Hardware to get a bunch of M3 metric screws.... countersunk, button head, they have stainless even.... and just build the car with those. $12 worth and you'll have spares left.

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Wow, same post...I could not find them on their site, just take a trip? Most Ace's carry these?
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Yeah, just go down to your local trusty Ace Hardware. Honestly I spent like $8 to get screws for the entire car and got tons left and I spent $12 total. You probably won't find them on the site when they are very cheap items. I understand several companies have screws "kit", but why pay double + shipping?

Carkillaii, are you talking about the o-ring on base of the carb?

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Oh, and go down to Ace Hardware to get a bunch of M3 metric screws.... countersunk, button head, they have stainless even.... and just build the car with those. $12 worth and you'll have spares left.

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Good I deal Dom ...What's the lenght??
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Wow, same post...I could not find them on their site, just take a trip? Most Ace's carry these?
Yes that's what I do all time.. The Tacoma Screw have them in stock and they're very cheap......
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Good I deal Dom ...What's the lenght??
I'll look at my screw box and give you all the dimension you'll need.

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Anyone know of a good place to get o-rings for your carb's
If you are talking about the internal orings, I have never found them anywhere except ordering from a LHS. The little ones are specific to the carbs.
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Anyone know of a good place to get o-rings for your carb's
If you're talking about the LL3...
http://www.novarossi.it/images/esplosi/N12LL3.pdf

RC Mushroom probably has what you're looking for. Just put the part number in the Quick Find box on the lower left side of the page...
http://rc-mushroom.com
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If you're talking about the LL3...
http://www.novarossi.it/images/esplosi/N12LL3.pdf

RC Mushroom probably has what you're looking for. Just put the part number in the Quick Find box on the lower left side of the page...
http://rc-mushroom.com
Im sorry guys im lookin for the o-rings that are used as a failsafe
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