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Old 07-14-2004, 03:44 AM   #4291
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dont waste ya money on the rear floating mount... it only helps on lola bodied cars. use it on the blue head or a 2 speed.
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Old 07-15-2004, 12:50 AM   #4292
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hi guys,

Does any one here live in the westen side of singapore. Is there any place to play RC car in the west side? After the jr west track (next to superbowl) is close down the nearest track i know is yishun . I live in BB its a long trip to go over there and can't take the train cause bring fuel together.. So more no car!!

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Hey dude.. im singaporean too. i live in central area. U tried going to marina? im trying to fork out time to go there.. the people seems friendly. and i usually just bring my fuel in the train. heck care. they dun do spotchecks do they? contact me @ [email protected]
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Old 07-15-2004, 08:01 AM   #4294
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dont waste ya money on the rear floating mount... it only helps on lola bodied cars. use it on the blue head or a 2 speed.
Then why is it that the RR has it? do ALL of them use lola bodies? sounds contradicting...
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Old 07-15-2004, 09:16 AM   #4295
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hey pplz
do u know the part no. for the rear floating body mount and i need to know the part no. for the light kyosho chassis or is there other chassis around
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Old 07-15-2004, 12:31 PM   #4296
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MRWRX_69, the part numbers
vz-083, plastic parts
vz-098, body mount posts (only needed if you are not running a lola body)
vz-088, metal body post

The part number for the special chassis is,
vzw005

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Old 07-15-2004, 07:15 PM   #4297
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Hi ben,

So happy to heard from you. But it a bit risky to bring fuel on the train as the fines is S$5000. So for me i better try and take buses. Yeah i went to M.B b4as my V1S was also brought from the shop over there. Nice ppl nice, nice track but bad transportion!! .

By the way i had just brought a two speed for my v1s but still can't tune it till can feel it change gear. can any one tell me around how turns out to make the thing change gear?
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Old 07-15-2004, 09:46 PM   #4298
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MRWRX_69, the part numbers
vz-083, plastic parts
vz-098, body mount posts (only needed if you are not running a lola body)
vz-088, metal body post

The part number for the special chassis is,
vzw005

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Old 07-16-2004, 02:23 AM   #4299
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Hi ben,

So happy to heard from you. But it a bit risky to bring fuel on the train as the fines is S$5000. So for me i better try and take buses. Yeah i went to M.B b4as my V1S was also brought from the shop over there. Nice ppl nice, nice track but bad transportion!! .

By the way i had just brought a two speed for my v1s but still can't tune it till can feel it change gear. can any one tell me around how turns out to make the thing change gear?
in the manual it will show you a grub screw on the 2 speed the one behind the 2 black spur gears. if you screw that grub screw (1mm i think) anti-clockwise the gear changing will be quicker.
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Old 07-16-2004, 06:13 AM   #4300
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Im heading to hobby bug tmr. I have trouble starting my engine. You want to go?
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Old 07-16-2004, 09:12 AM   #4301
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hey
has anyone here ever put a V One RR clutch on their s 1 or 2
thanks does anyone know the part no.
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hey pplz
i also need the part no for the V one r clutch and V one RR clutch
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Im heading to hobby bug tmr. I have trouble starting my engine. You want to go?
Nope, i read your post its already too late (1.15am) Thanks anyway. What happen to your engine? You using the stock engine?
By the way any one know where to buy the re-coil starter in singapore? It seen like out of stock for some time already. As my bro-in-law V1S's re-coil starter had damage, so finding for a new one for replacement.. i had asked the toykar shop in bukit timal but they say it only come later this month. (But they say many time already.

Anyway thank for the helping me with the two speed tunning bro.
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Old 07-16-2004, 01:17 PM   #4304
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um210 vonerr

I have the um210 on my S. You need a spacer from the pulley set and a big C clip to fit it to a gs15r. I don't know if it will fit straight onto your 12cvr but I imagine it wouldn't be too difficult
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bs125 voner
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I have the um210 on my S. You need a spacer from the pulley set and a big C clip to fit it to a gs15r. I don't know if it will fit straight onto your 12cvr but I imagine it wouldn't be too difficult
hey
i do got the cvr setup wid the original 2 speed but wid the cvr flywheel and pilot shaft
do u hav a pic of the setup u have on the crank shaft so i am able to see it plz
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