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Old 01-09-2003, 11:37 PM   #946
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will the fd49 flywheel fit on the GS15r? and would it be lighter than the original one?

anyone ?
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Old 01-10-2003, 03:16 AM   #947
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will the fd49 flywheel fit on the GS15r? and would it be lighter than the original one?

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The fd49 is heavier than the standard as it has a built in spacer as part of the flywheel! V-one s and Sausage...you two finished ya bitchin or what80)

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matt that box will be sweet, but nothing will ever beat ur table at that berkely point score! good ol sulo bin to the rescue
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is it possible to get a light wieght flywheel then?
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there is allways an option of making a flywheel lighter your self with the right tools!
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He he.... it's sausage-link's fault, she was the one that started it -> !
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there is allways an option of making a flywheel lighter your self with the right tools!
Yeah..... but who can be bothered? Some after market company like K-Factory or Kawahara should do one.
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Old 01-10-2003, 09:23 PM   #953
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ne one try a sirio outlaw .12 yet?

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Old 01-10-2003, 09:59 PM   #954
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Hey guys, finally I got everything put together. Don't have to get a slide carb. I got the Type SS on the chassi and all the linkage conected. I use most of everything from the Type SS engine exept the pilot shaft and a new clutch from Kyosho. Now I have to wait for a warm day to come to test the car out. I will post some pic tommorow
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Hey Squizz,
I just tried to connect the pipe to the header and it seems the header goes inside the pipe. Is it ok if the header kinda inside the pipe. Any sugges? or I have to bend the Pipe wire toward to the front? thks.
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I just tried to connect the pipe to the header and it seems the header goes inside the pipe. Is it ok if the header kinda inside the pipe. Any sugges? or I have to bend the Pipe wire toward to the front? thks.
Joe, Avoid any metal to metal contact as it can cause radio glitches. My cx-12/exhaust combo is also heaps different in size but it seals ok with the coupler. Experiment with the distance between the two to adjust your power up high or low.

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Joe, Avoid any metal to metal contact as it can cause radio glitches. My cx-12/exhaust combo is also heaps different in size but it seals ok with the coupler. Experiment with the distance between the two to adjust your power up high or low.

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Spuizz, Is there anyway can you show me the wire that hold the pipe. I need to bend and mind have to cut the header a littl bit.
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matt that box will be sweet, but nothing will ever beat ur table at that berkely point score! good ol sulo bin to the rescue

Improvisation Mate, Improvisation.

I still need a table tho.
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Spuizz, Is there anyway can you show me the wire that hold the pipe. I need to bend and mind have to cut the header a littl bit.
Bend away joe just pull the wire out first so you dont snap the plastic, I just had a look and my wifes car is at 45deg to the chassis and mine is about 90 deg to the chassis.

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I hate that little holder wire.

My car i just pull the pipe up with the wire attached and then tighten the wire
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