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Old 01-03-2018, 06:25 AM
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Hey,

Could anyone tell me please if the Brake Disk and Pads from the CO3 fit the CO2?

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Could anyone tell me please if the Brake Disk and Pads from the CO3 fit the CO2?

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I see no reason why it wouldn’t fit since the transmission has been virtually unchanged
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I see no reason why it wouldn’t fit since the transmission has been virtually unchanged
That does make a lot of sense. Thanks
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Originally Posted by British Menace View Post
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Could anyone tell me please if the Brake Disk and Pads from the CO3 fit the CO2?

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They fit. You also need the bushings and the springs which go between the pads.
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Originally Posted by DS Motorsport View Post
They fit. You also need the bushings and the springs which go between the pads.
Thank you. I haven't ran this car since 2013/14. What was the hot set up? Infact. I haven't ran 1/10th Nitro since then??!

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Hey

I have a 6 hole piston in the standard shocks. I was going to start out at 1000cst oil. Do you think that's a good starting point for a well prepared, med' grip parking lot track?

Do you find the "newer" big bore shock on 2 hole pistons would handle 600cst? ...... a good starting point for them?

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If it's medium grip, 1000cst should be fine. I find that a bit thinner rear oil helps for more stable car. So do the softer rear springs of course.
By the way, didn't realize C02 had 6 hole pistons. That's sort of crazy. What mm are the holes?
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Originally Posted by snuvet75 View Post
If it's medium grip, 1000cst should be fine. I find that a bit thinner rear oil helps for more stable car. So do the softer rear springs of course.
By the way, didn't realize C02 had 6 hole pistons. That's sort of crazy. What mm are the holes?
I would have to check but I'm prity sure they are 1.2.

I have a set of the Big Bore shock's too. Not sure weather to use them instead?? They, at the moment, also have 6 hole piston's in too.

Thanks for answering either way

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Ok. So, to any of you more experienced Capricorn driver's.
What is the difference between these two shock piston's ......

"Big Bore 3 Hole shock piston" .... CAP-18506-3

and

"Big Bore 3 Hole shock piston" ....... CAP-29152

Does this have something to do with the different version's of Big-Bore shock's that are/ have been introduced? (ie: Version 2 and Version 3)

My obvious question here is .......
Will both piston's fit all the version's of the Big Bore shock's?

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