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Old 11-30-2004, 07:03 PM   #826
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i wanted to know how many mm do you guys start with on
the clutch nut and how much end play is a good starting point
on this clutch?
Francis, I start with 1.2-1.3mm on the clutch nut and maybe 0.5-0.7mm on the clutch bell play.

The Kyosho clutch works quite well and I almost never need to adjust it.
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Old 11-30-2004, 08:54 PM   #827
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I run 1mm on the adjustment nut and .6mm end play. The 4D clutch spring is a lot better than the old 3D clutch spring that used to come on thier clutches.
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which online store in USA is carrying the v-one RRR?????

thankz!!!!
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i was wondering if anyone can explain how u tell the difference btw spring rate. for example front springs (2.5x1.7 or 3.5x1.7). i dont really get the concept of this. i dont kno wat the number are for.
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Old 12-01-2004, 10:23 AM   #830
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which online store in USA is carrying the v-one RRR?????

thankz!!!!
SalvadoriRacing,

www.towerhobbies.com

They should have the kits available any day now. The parts are
already in stock. You may also email this guy:

[email protected]

He has an online store still being set up but he has almost
everything in stock already.

Hope this helps...
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Old 12-01-2004, 10:26 AM   #831
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thanks.....

but only fot the email hahahahahaha!

because tower hobbies is charging almost 500 dollars for the car.........
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Old 12-01-2004, 10:33 AM   #832
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thanks.....

but only fot the email hahahahahaha!

because tower hobbies is charging almost 500 dollars for the car.........
You're welcome.
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Old 12-01-2004, 12:54 PM   #833
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Fernando, here you go.
Thank you D.
However, I still can't find the length and diameter of the front lower wishbone pin. Anyone?
Thank you
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I don't know the length, but it is a 3mm diameter front and rear pins
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i was wondering if anyone can explain how u tell the difference btw spring rate. for example front springs (2.5x1.7 or 3.5x1.7). i dont really get the concept of this. i dont kno wat the number are for.
It works like this:

The 2.5 is the number of (full) coils in the spring.
The 1.7 is the diameter of the wire used to make the spring.

Given that more coils equals a softer spring (all other things being equal), the 2.5x1.7 spring will be harder than the 3.5x1.7 one.
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thanks taylor-racing. now i get it.
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atomic hobbies in florida has it--- i think 3 left for $355. their number is 305-235-3232.
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Keep it alive...
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are most of you running the 23 tooth side pulley and running the
2mm tires split?
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Yes for me. Try it with and without the split. Makes a big difference.
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