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Old 09-06-2003, 10:10 PM
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thanks again...
yeah,been told about the drive belts and pulleys.
can i have part numbers please?
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Originally posted by lee82gx
thanks again...
yeah,been told about the drive belts and pulleys.
can i have part numbers please?
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Don't be lazy... they're in the back of your instruction manual !
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Old 09-07-2003, 05:24 AM
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Ive tried all of that and it still does it so Im taking it to the hobby shop 2morrow 2 see if they can fix it.

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arghh..someone sees thru my personality..i really am lazy.
but teehee thanks anyway
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Old 09-08-2003, 02:20 AM
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Originally posted by VoneS II
Ive tried all of that and it still does it so Im taking it to the hobby shop 2morrow 2 see if they can fix it.

Ryan
Well if you have really tried all that then i would say go and buy the UM210 clutch

It wont engage as early and will give you a better take off....

But i honestly think that your car would be idling to fast.
When it idles is it a stedy sound repeating its self ?
Or is it fast and sort of hichuping?
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its a steady sound repeating , the weird thing is it revs high but the throttle doesn't open anymore than at idle. I'm taking it to the hobby shop and the guy said if he can't fix it he'll give me a new car.

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Old 09-08-2003, 06:08 AM
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Lol thats a good deal

You might have a air leak then... Try sealing around the carb and check to see if any oil is coming out from behind the flywheel
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Hi guys,

Todaymy mate + I were racing in the parking lot and his pipe came off and his car hit 4 gutters and a tree. Anyway we took it to the hobby shop and they said it will cost $500+labour to fix. the whole car was totaled. he broke just about everything.

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sad to hear that,but there's nothing to do about it.
dont fix it,just buy another kit,and salvage what u can from this wrecker.
drive safely next time.imagine if hit a person instead of tree trunks.
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my mate was almost crying and he is getting another kit but he's thinking about getting the R instead of the S (i think this is good idea because u dont need to upgrade alot of like clutch etc.)

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The V-One R still uses the UM210 clutch (pretty sure).... he should go for a V-One RR Evo if anything other than a V-One S... I could get him one for around $450 - $500 or another V-One S II for like $300 or so ! (PM me if you want more info).

$500 is just insane to fix an S !
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Ouch...

Can i see some photos if the destroyed car ?
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V-One S still for sale, anyone interested?

http://www.ozryderz.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=163
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Why are you selling Dave ?
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Just a quick question, when you are getting a car setup in what order do you adjust the different settings? ie. shocks then camber then ride height then .... I don't have a base setting to go from as I just changed from the rubber tires that come with the kit to foams. the car handles totally different now and I am a bit unsure how to get it back to what I am comfortable with.
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