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Old 07-30-2004, 08:51 AM   #4336
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Old 08-06-2004, 08:47 PM   #4337
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hey guys
i have problems with my 2 speed, it wont change gear!!!
ok its fully setup rite my os engine is running 5 half turns richness
and it wont change for sum reason can sum1 help please
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Old 08-07-2004, 06:26 AM   #4338
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??? can anyone help asap
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Old 08-07-2004, 07:10 PM   #4339
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maybe the one-way bearing is gone in the 2 speed, im just having a guess
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Old 08-07-2004, 07:13 PM   #4340
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hey bt
nar i think i found my prob, my 2 speed shaft is bent from the bulkhead to the belt tensioner, so probably the 2 speed bell doesnt catch onto the gear properly coz the shaft is bent
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Old 08-09-2004, 05:29 AM   #4341
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Exclamation GS15R's part (HELP)

Hi guys,
Just need some help from singapore's guys. Do any one know where i can buy a starter holder for my GS15R engine? The part number is 74901-11. My last holder is damage and can't hold the pull starter. NEED IT ASAP as i'm going to be enlisted next week so dont think has anytime to fix it.
Also do any guys know the srew size for the GS15R's cooling head srew?

Thanks Alot!!!!

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Angry Throttle linkage

Hi i'm trying to get the throttle linkage right after installing a carbon top deck to my v-one-s. Any tips.. basically its not opening fully.

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Old 08-11-2004, 02:23 AM   #4343
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Hi i'm trying to get the throttle linkage right after installing a carbon top deck to my v-one-s. Any tips.. basically its not opening fully.

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FIRST, ADJUST THE END-POINT-ADJUSTMENT FOR THE THROTTLE SERVO IN YOUR RADIO IF IT HAS THIS FEATURE. OTHERWISE FOLLOW MY INSTRUCTIONS BELOW.

1. THROTTLE SERVO SHOULD BE IN NEUTRAL POSITION BEFORE YOU MAKE ANY ADJUSTMENTS ON THE LINKAGE.

1. REMOVE THE SERVO HORN (BUT DONT REMOVE THE LINKAGES), THEN TRIGGER THE RADIO IN FULL THROTTLE THROW. WHILE YOU HOLD THE RADIO IN FULL THROTTLE, SWITCH OFF THE RECEIVER UNIT IN YOUR CAR. YOUR THROTTLE SERVO WILL SUSPENDED IN FULL THROW NOW.

2. YOU CAN NOW POSITION SERVO HORN IN FULL THROW BEFORE YOU FIX IT BACK ON THE THROTTLE SERVO BEING CAREFUL NOT TO MOVE THE SERVO, WHILE YOU FIX IT.

3. YOU CAN THEN TURN ON YOUR RADIO AND RECEIVER UNIT. THE THROTTLE SERVO SHOULD RETURN TO NEUTRAL POSITION NOW AND THE CARB SHOULD BE OPENING FULLY. YOU CAN THEN MAKE NECESSARY ADJUSTMENTS ON THE LINKAGES.

HOPE THE ABOVE HELPS. I'M ALSO BASED HERE IN DUBAI.
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Thumbs up Fixed the throttle problems

Cheers for the information. After a few hours last night i managed to solve it by doing exactly as you discribed :-) My next challenge is to stop the dog bones flying out and still keeping smooth diff action. oh what fun!
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Default Re: GS15R's part (HELP)

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Hi guys,
Just need some help from singapore's guys. Do any one know where i can buy a starter holder for my GS15R engine? The part number is 74901-11. My last holder is damage and can't hold the pull starter. NEED IT ASAP as i'm going to be enlisted next week so dont think has anytime to fix it.
Also do any guys know the srew size for the GS15R's cooling head srew?

Thanks Alot!!!!
post a picture, maybe i can suggest some other replacement for it. The screw size for the cooling head is 2.5mm dia. x 12 mm lenght or longer.
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Old 08-11-2004, 03:10 AM   #4346
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Cheers for the information. After a few hours last night i managed to solve it by doing exactly as you discribed :-) My next challenge is to stop the dog bones flying out and still keeping smooth diff action. oh what fun!
Adjust the ball screw on suspension arms by one or two turns clockwise. This should help in preventing the dogbones from flying out.
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Default Flying dog bones!

Will try that cheers
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Old 08-11-2004, 08:16 PM   #4348
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hi guys, this is the part that i need it. The starter holder for gs15r. Thank alot.
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Old 08-15-2004, 02:54 AM   #4349
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Thumbs up V1S's shock

hi guys,
Just wonder is there any shock out there that is recommend for V1S car? And got any pic of the shock? And how much it cost?? What is the diff if install a sturt bar??
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Just wonder is there any shock out there that is recommend for V1S car? And got any pic of the shock? And how much it cost?? What is the diff if install a sturt bar??
I changed my shocks to the Kyosho v-one-r versions, excellent hop-up and totally recommend them if you can get the spring set as well that will give you even more options for tweaking the handling.

Enjoy

Sorry not sure how much they cost where you are, but here in Dubai they're approx $68
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