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Old 09-17-2013, 06:19 AM   #1
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I made new KM HK-1 Thread.

Because main KM KH-1 thread became an advertisement.

Advertisement Thread is not useful for KM user technical information sharing.
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Old 09-17-2013, 06:28 AM   #2
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I got HK-1 Meen champ version.
I found Meen version had different pulley T# compare to HK-1 evo.
I tested HK-1 Meen version in first time on korea circuit.
I was suffering from too understeer.
Finally, i got some information from who participated 2012 IFMAR 1/10 GP
He said that most of driver is suffering from too oversteer in corner on-throttle.
Most of IFMAR driver changed setup to understeer setup.

This HK-1 Meen vesrion was made based on the last IFMAR race.
So i had a great understeer feeling in HK-1 Meen ver racing on korea circuit
Finally i changed front side pulley to 24T from 25T and changed MTX-4 side-belt.
(25/18 -> 24/18)
And i feel understeer problem was solved.

How about you think about my opinion? especially to Meen version owner!!

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Old 09-17-2013, 07:54 AM   #3
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wow, this track had change alot, i remember the day you have TM here.
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Old 09-17-2013, 10:08 AM   #4
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wow, this track had change alot, i remember the day you have TM here.
It's an honor that you remember me

My RC history was... MTX3 -> V-ONE RRR -> TM G4 -> MTX-4 -> HK-1
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Old 09-17-2013, 11:16 AM   #5
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I got HK-1 Meen champ version.
I found Meen version had different pulley T# compare to HK-1 evo.
I tested HK-1 Meen version in first time on korea circuit.
I was suffering from too understeer.
Finally, i got some information from who participated 2012 IFMAR 1/10 GP
He said that most of driver is suffering from too oversteer in corner on-throttle.
Most of IFMAR driver changed setup to understeer setup.

This HK-1 Meen vesrion was made based on the last IFMAR race.
So i had a great understeer feeling in HK-1 Meen ver racing on korea circuit
Finally i changed front side pulley to 24T from 25T and changed MTX-4 side-belt.
(25/18 -> 24/18)
And i feel understeer problem was solved.

How about you think about my opinion? especially to Meen version owner!!
I use the std meen version gear ratio,but only suffer on begining stage when changing from evo 2 to m/v,after few time of practice already used to it, I like the std ratio,it give more torque when on throttle.
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Should we be taking bets on how long the peace lasts in this thread? hehehehehehehehe
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Old 09-20-2013, 12:05 AM   #7
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It's an honor that you remember me

My RC history was... MTX3 -> V-ONE RRR -> TM G4 -> MTX-4 -> HK-1
because i learn alot from your post. it's great that we still in RC World

no more EP TC ?
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Have any you guys suffered from brake failure?happened to me twice wen the rough bit came off the pad..
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Fade or screws falling out of the bulkheads?
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Fade or screws falling out of the bulkheads?
Nope..the rough bit (looks like a stone) came off from the alu piece! I had to race a 20-min finals without brakes last weekend!

Has anyone tried brake pads from other brands?
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Nope..the rough bit (looks like a stone) came off from the alu piece! I had to race a 20-min finals without brakes last weekend!

Has anyone tried brake pads from other brands?
the evo 2 didn't facing this problem,only happen with wc.
wc come with thinner disc pad plate(stainless steel plate).
but so far my both wc haven't facing this problem yet
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the evo 2 didn't facing this problem,only happen with wc.
wc come with thinner disc pad plate(stainless steel plate).
but so far my both wc haven't facing this problem yet
Can you share about evo2 brake information?

I don't know exaclty what evo2 brake look like.
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because i learn alot from your post. it's great that we still in RC World

no more EP TC ?

Thanks

I don't drive EP(Tamiya 416) in now..

I don't have plan to drive EP car for the present
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Can you share about evo2 brake information?

I don't know exaclty what evo2 brake look like.
actully both are the same,only the thicknees(stainless plate) of evo 2 is thicker than meen version.
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Are we going to see an Evo 3 released by KM shortly? I thought they would have been busy with the new 8th scale car myself.

http://www.redrc.net/2013/09/km-h-k1...-middle-shaft/
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