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Old 03-04-2003, 11:12 PM   #1606
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Have you even driven your car yet phildee? It looks so clean !
Not yet only 11 more days till my b'day tho

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Originally posted by sausage_link u dont need the zip ties on the stock heatsink ive found
True but it looks cool
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Old 03-04-2003, 11:15 PM   #1607
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Sausage and Entropy u both got mail.

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Old 03-04-2003, 11:50 PM   #1608
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Thanks for the stuff squizzy.

Anyway here are some pimp shots of my car. A little dirty coz I was just back from the track. Its got some hop ups and stuff and I've pampered it with Ellegi foams.
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Old 03-04-2003, 11:53 PM   #1609
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Here's an even pimped up pic of the car.
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Old 03-04-2003, 11:55 PM   #1610
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Ok, now to top off the pimping, my last shot... :P

Yes, I race with my mates at night too.
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haha that looks awesome. night racing.

Anyway, Phildee, why can't you race your car yet?
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Old 03-05-2003, 01:18 AM   #1612
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Oh because its my 21st pressie from mum + dad and siter + brother
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Old 03-05-2003, 03:49 AM   #1613
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And so you don't want to race it until after your bday?

Damn you must be so tempted to start the car. I know i would.
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Excellent

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And about bloody time too....any pricing yet?

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Was just wondering, what is the ideal fuel for breakin to the GS15R engine. I've read that should use 5% as safety to stop from overreving and destroying engine. But at the same time, i've also heard that should just use what i intend on racing with (fuel wise). I' have no clue, could someone give me an insight. The manual doesn't suggest too much. Also "after-run oil" a nessasity?
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Was just wondering, what is the ideal fuel for breakin to the GS15R engine. I've read that should use 5% as safety to stop from overreving and destroying engine. But at the same time, i've also heard that should just use what i intend on racing with (fuel wise). I' have no clue, could someone give me an insight. The manual doesn't suggest too much. Also "after-run oil" a nessasity?

The primary reason for recomending low nitro fuels is as a safety net for unexperienced tuners. If you run-in on the rich side there should be no issues with running what you plan on racing with.
The most important point being if you dont know what your doing, find someone who does.

After run oil neutralises nitro which is a corrosive, therefore allthough not a neccesity is a bloody good idea.

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Old 03-05-2003, 09:29 PM   #1618
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What is special about the V-One RR Kyosho CUP Car?

Does it come with the engine, tune pipe?
It has a shimo chassis.
Kinda like RTR except no radio gear?

The black heatsink looks cool. Suites the V1RR.

Man i swear its been so tempting the last few days. For some reason i just feel like getting a V1RR, but the use of a starter box is hell annoying >.<
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That engine in the V-One RR is a Sirio. You can actually buy a RR with that engine in the kit... so that makes it basically like a V-One S in that it comes with everything but a radio.

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Old 03-05-2003, 10:51 PM   #1620
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CHARGE money for assemble?? WHat kind of service is that?! My shop will assemble your RR's or even a 1/8 scale for free. Set your car up on a setup system and breakn'tune your engine too, ALL at no extra cost.
I get charged by the hour.
Pretty cheap too. Other wise they loose out.
Or the other way some shops do cover there rear-ends is by charging a bit more on ALL kits even the ones that arent built in the shop.
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