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Old 05-04-2003, 01:03 AM   #2926
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It was $38.80 from Southern Cross Hobbies, the big advantage of this is that the output shaft has a ball race in it, it just smooths the action out so much!! I also bought for $24.50 a complete gear set for the diff, There were actually enough gears to rebuild 2 x v-one-r diffs (thats 4 x v-one-s diffs).

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U can add the extra gears to the S for stiffer diff action tho cant you?

Maybe ill just wait a while and get the front one way and the blue diff for the back at the same time
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Old 05-04-2003, 01:27 AM   #2927
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U can add the extra gears to the S for stiffer diff action tho cant you?

Maybe ill just wait a while and get the front one way and the blue diff for the back at the same time
Yes you can add them but it will give the diff a smoother action NOT stiffer. Only different silicone fluid will increase or decrease the diff action. Having said that, It is worthwhile to put the extra gears in.

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Old 05-04-2003, 01:36 AM   #2928
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Oh ok, well when I get a front one way ill put the gears in the back.


Also about a new engine do u think for medium level competition the Novarossi CX12PS2 would be fine, cos I really dont wanna go to rear exhaust/starter box, mainly for cost reasons but also for convenience I guess.

Also what parts do u need to convert to a new engine, was it engine mounts and flywheel?
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Old 05-04-2003, 01:43 AM   #2929
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Does anyone know if the Kyosho Special engine mount is for PS or Non PS engines? Anyone has any spec of the engine mount for Pull start engine? I need to know the height of it. Thanks


Heres where it gets funny, I can not find a "special" engine mount any where! However........

Kyosho VZW029 low height engine mount will lower the engine by 1mm. (therefore 15mm)

Kyosho 39649 Heat sink engine mount is a std 16mm mount.

They are both listed for v-one-r/rr

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Old 05-04-2003, 01:47 AM   #2930
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In my S manual, it does have a special engine mount
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Old 05-04-2003, 01:51 AM   #2931
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Oh ok, well when I get a front one way ill put the gears in the back.


Also about a new engine do u think for medium level competition the Novarossi CX12PS2 would be fine, cos I really dont wanna go to rear exhaust/starter box, mainly for cost reasons but also for convenience I guess.

Also what parts do u need to convert to a new engine, was it engine mounts and flywheel?
Are you going to be racing against other pullstarts only?

If so IMHO the Nova is really as good as it gets. There are heaps of other engines around the 1hp mark but none so tuneable/reliable/indestructible as the nova.

You will need an FD49 Flywheel, and engine mounts to mount the new engine and a new linkage set-up (I can help you do this with diagrams etc) And a tuned pipe capable of delivering that power.

You seem overly keen on a front one-way, Im interested as to why?

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Old 05-04-2003, 01:53 AM   #2932
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In my S manual, it does have a special engine mount
Yeah, im just a dumbarse with the brand new catalogue to go off!
How old is your manual?

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Im only running off memory there, i'll go and dig it up,

dont ask me how old it is.
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Old 05-04-2003, 02:04 AM   #2934
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Part Number 39648: Special Engine Mount
Part Number FD49: FlyWheel CZ
Part Number 39673: Vespel (Registered) Clutch Shoes


Use togethor for O.S. Engine.
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Part Number 39648: Special Engine Mount
Part Number FD49: FlyWheel CZ
Part Number 39673: Vespel (Registered) Clutch Shoes


Use togethor for O.S. Engine.

39648 supercedes to 39649
FD 49 is the same
39673 supercedes to UM210

That being the case the special engine mount is actually the heat sink engine mount I referred to earlier and is 16mm height.
It is of course suitable for both pullstart and non-pullstart engines.

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Well, i think my book is the 2001 version
thats what i went off,
i dont know where the date is, but their is some japanese bull crap and then 2001.
so yeah.
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Well, i think my book is the 2001 version
thats what i went off,
i dont know where the date is, but their is some japanese bull crap and then 2001.
so yeah.


chek this

the new plan for the new RR http://www.rctech.net/forum/attachme...&postid=357357
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Im down grading from TR12 to hpi 12r ss. Giving the car to my older brother, however I need new mount for the engine in order to clear the pull start. Taylor, can you give another part number, both part number came up to nothing on tower!
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Im down grading from TR12 to hpi 12r ss. Giving the car to my older brother, however I need new mount for the engine in order to clear the pull start. Taylor, can you give another part number, both part number came up to nothing on tower!

They are the only numbers Ive got.......I can however tell you that Tamiya TG10 mounts will also achieve the same goal.

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Thank you very much!!! I was thinking of using the TG10 mounts, in fact, that was the next question I was going to ask. Thanks for your help!
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