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Old 12-18-2002, 04:24 AM   #631
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so is that yes u want to put it on my site... or piss off ill do it :P
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Old 12-18-2002, 04:28 AM   #632
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The second answer, but in nicer terminology
but i'll share all info with you.
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Old 12-18-2002, 04:42 AM   #633
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ok wateva
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Old 12-18-2002, 09:08 AM   #634
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squizz im very confused i just got a better clutch for my engine and ordered the engine mounts for it but now the stock flywheel wont fit onto the cranckshaft the shaft is far too thick a guy i know has a v-one-rr (asd on this forum) and his flywheel fits the engine perfectly... we both have the same engine... but im thinking should i order a v-one-rr flywheel will it fit the v-one-s like the chassis will it touch n e thing... and my new clutch is like orange the same design as the stock clutch with 2 holes for mounting onto the flywheel so will my new clutch fit a v-one-rr flywheel and will a v-one-rr flywheel fit my car?
sorry for such a long question
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Old 12-18-2002, 02:10 PM   #635
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whats the zac project squizz?
http://digilander.libero.it/kawahara/main2.htm
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Zac Project are a Japanese company, distributed by Kawahara they Hand modify engines and supply aftermarket performance parts to the RC industry(a bit like collari or rb). They rate performance above looks and basically if it doesn't work, they dont bother with it.

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slow down dude,
1)what engine do you have(what crank has it got)
2)what flywheel do you have
3)is the clutch the um 210 kyosho
4)what are the engine mounts

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Old 12-18-2002, 04:39 PM   #636
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thanx squizz

tagi if the clutch is a different color it would be a different material
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how do you think the zac tuned pipe would go on my engine

im thinking not as good as some pipes coz its prolly made for a .12 engine not .15
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Old 12-18-2002, 04:48 PM   #638
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sausage the material sure is different squizz the shaft is sg crankshaft the engine is simular to the novarrossi rs 12. its a turbo engine an as i said it has an sg style crank the engine is the sts rs 12 turbo produces 1.35 horsey and 38,000rpm
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oh and the engine mounts were ordered from a kyosho catalogue i have no idea what they r but they r kyosho... the clutch i have no clue didnt come in a thing he said it was opend so he gave it to me for less but it was not used so i said y not
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Old 12-18-2002, 04:52 PM   #640
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woops triple post oh well the flywheel is stock.... and another question i got a o.s. 7 will that work in winter y conditions below 0 cause i have no experience with glowplugs
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Old 12-18-2002, 05:57 PM   #642
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i think it should, maybe a hotter plug might work a bit better

I think squizzy said that if u want another engine get the tamiya engine mounts

or this one go here
http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/produc...oducts_id=1104

btw i fixed my pull starter, the spring had come un attached to the spindel thing that holds the pull starter cord, this happended becuase the end of the spring was stuffed so i re bent it into a appropriate shape and it looks good and works fine

i havnt started the cart yet tho
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Old 12-18-2002, 06:38 PM   #643
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You will need aftermarket engine mounts (I used Tamiya) The engine mounts you got should be OK. The RS12 has an 11mm shaft the same as the CX12 ive got however I had to use the fd49(kyosho) flywheel allthough I seem to remember that this was to space it outwards rather than crank diameter.The clutch is amde of vespel whatever the hell that is. I cant even seem to put my hands on my novarossi manual at the moment, might be worth your while to ring your LHS and pick thier brain. Sorry dude.

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Old 12-18-2002, 08:50 PM   #644
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lol u should see my desk sometimes

my car is all fixed, i just ran it and the pull starter works great, the car accelerates like nothing ive ever seen before
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Default Re: v-one-s dogbones

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I should have mentioned earlier if you're sick and tired of losing dogbones, throw out the original Kyosho ones and fit Mugen MTX-2 ones! they are about 3mm longer and will not fall out and you can run the car at the full 200mm track (or a bit bigger).

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Squizzy, would you happen to have the part# and the link handy.
I am thiking to get the Mugen dogbone. TTT a lot.
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