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Old 12-28-2002, 10:23 PM   #781
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hey squizz i got another uestion :

in my kyosho v-one s manual at the back where the optional parts are and the spares, it has the um210 clutch, the fd49 flyhweel and engine mounts, then in the quantity section it says use together with OS engine

my question is can i use that engine mount that is listed there?
Yeah they should be fine, whats the price though?

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Old 12-28-2002, 11:30 PM   #782
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64 dollars from radiomodelsupplies

is that expensive?
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Old 12-28-2002, 11:51 PM   #783
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I would try here its in HK
this is where I get all my Kyosho stuff
http://shopping.rcmodel.com.hk/eshopping/default.htm
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Old 12-28-2002, 11:51 PM   #784
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64 dollars from radiomodelsupplies

is that expensive?
The tamiya mounts are only about 25.00 and they look pretty cool,not the ones ive got, they are finned aluminium.

Just finished my rear mounts

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Old 12-29-2002, 12:05 AM   #785
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rear mounts for wat?

floating pod?

i cant find those engine mounts at rms

and i dont no wat pipe to get for the 12tr
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Old 12-29-2002, 12:11 AM   #786
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i dont no wat starter box to get either out of these 3
thunder tiger starter box :$125
mugen seiki pro starter : $169
or the on road eureka pro starter box : $135
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i dont no wat starter box to get either out of these 3
thunder tiger starter box :$125
mugen seiki pro starter : $169
or the on road eureka pro starter box : $135
Im too scared to give advice anymore

I can recomend the tiger box from my own personal experience but it dont got a power panel on it!

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Old 12-29-2002, 01:21 AM   #788
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yeh i was leaning towards that but the option of haveing a power panel sounds nice

would it be strong enuf?
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Old 12-29-2002, 01:24 AM   #789
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T53242 - TAMIYA TGX ALUM ENGINE MOUNT $32.95 machined
T50617 - TAMIYA TGX ENGINE MOUNT PR $12.95 cast

I am sure these are them ,see the next post and make sure that the mounting dimensions are right

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53242 - TAMIYA TGX ALUM ENGINE MOUNT $19.69 machined
50617 - TAMIYA TGX ENGINE MOUNT PR $6.49 cast Early Jan
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I like the Header that you have it on your V 1s. can you tell me where did u get it. Thanks for everything Squizzy and pls give us more advise I am going to break in my V 1S tomorrow. Appreciated for all your help and more to come
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Old 12-29-2002, 01:28 AM   #790
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yeh i was leaning towards that but the option of haveing a power panel sounds nice

would it be strong enuf?
Its made from pressed stainless...its tough

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lol
i actualy meant strong enuf to turn the engine over

but im sure it will be

has anyone got pics of the sway bars on the v-one s installed?
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Old 12-29-2002, 03:11 AM   #792
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i actualy meant strong enuf to turn the engine over

but im sure it will be

has anyone got pics of the sway bars on the v-one s installed?
It turns mine over OK

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man i like the idea of not cutting out the wheel archs

looks nice
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53242 - TAMIYA TGX ALUM ENGINE MOUNT $19.69 machined
50617 - TAMIYA TGX ENGINE MOUNT PR $6.49 cast Early Jan
at Tower Hobbies.

I like the Header that you have it on your V 1s. can you tell me where did u get it. Thanks for everything Squizzy and pls give us more advise I am going to break in my V 1S tomorrow. Appreciated for all your help and more to come
Joe, it comes from a company called q-power, Taiwanese in origin I would imagine, Ill be down the coast in the next few days and see if i can get further information.

SL/ front or rear swaybay if front, blade or wire type?

gt

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Old 12-29-2002, 06:21 PM   #795
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Thanks Squizzy for the reply.

I just would like to know whether an insert can be harder than the tyre compound, which I guess can defeat the purpose of the tyre being soft.

Example: hard tyre/hard insert, hard tyre/medium insert

which I guess is ok but:

medium tyre/hard insert

will it works?

Please help

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