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Old 04-02-2003, 03:58 AM   #2311
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I made a clutch for an electric motor
i used my old v1s clutch and bell
just gotta work out how to put it on my superhornet
i snapped the front end of my superhornet

i was going around in circles in a pipe
looked funny
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Old 04-02-2003, 04:12 AM   #2312
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What are they? i see kawahara makes one
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Old 04-03-2003, 12:32 AM   #2313
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wouldnt it be fun to be the first to own a nitro mini?

Ill call it the V-One Mini.
funny that colt and kyosho all ready have one

the tamyia would fall apart how can u do it its a queer chassis all plasick and in 2 peices
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Old 04-03-2003, 12:35 AM   #2314
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Default new Kyosho catalogue Hand book

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Old 04-03-2003, 12:37 AM   #2315
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Old 04-03-2003, 12:38 AM   #2316
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and finally

Ill scan better images of the good stuff and post it!
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Went to my hobby shop today... my mate wants a BA body and it comes on a GV... the topic came up are GV changing there chassis layout when they release the ford BA.... (my mate has a GV)

appartently the new GV is a total copy of the v-one s... it belt drive, it even has a force .15 size motor in it!!!
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Went to my hobby shop today... my mate wants a BA body and it comes on a GV... the topic came up are GV changing there chassis layout when they release the ford BA.... (my mate has a GV)

appartently the new GV is a total copy of the v-one s... it belt drive, it even has a force .15 size motor in it!!!

Hmmm is the BA body available yet on its own?
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Went to my hobby shop today... my mate wants a BA body and it comes on a GV... the topic came up are GV changing there chassis layout when they release the ford BA.... (my mate has a GV)

appartently the new GV is a total copy of the v-one s... it belt drive, it even has a force .15 size motor in it!!!
Indeed you are right mr Sausage, it is a 3 belt design with pivot ball suspension but I dont care...it is still a GV (by name anyway) and therefore a piece of crap! Remember the hoo-haa on the release of the GS Vision Pro? where are they now?

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What are they? i see kawahara makes one
Negative diff is a standard type diff with a clutch built in that locks up under high RPM........hence you get the advantage of a diff in the corners with the acceleration of a solid diff on the straights.

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another page

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Negative diff is a standard type diff with a clutch built in that locks up under high RPM........hence you get the advantage of a diff in the corners with the acceleration of a solid diff on the straights.

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now that sounds like a good investment.... might see if i can get my hands on one of those. does it have an adjustable clutch or something like that?
and do you still put diff oil in it

Phildee the BA body isnt out yet at all. acording to the hobby guy near me it should be out in May
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now that sounds like a good investment.... might see if i can get my hands on one of those. does it have an adjustable clutch or something like that?
and do you still put diff oil in it

Phildee the BA body isnt out yet at all. acording to the hobby guy near me it should be out in May
Yes its adjustable but only by the diff oil used.

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interesting
i want one
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will the kawahara neg diff fit on the S?
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