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Old 06-09-2006, 04:47 PM   #316
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Riketsu, I'm home and unfortunately I don't have prices handy, yes all the parts will be available separately.

The spring is the same for all sets and fits any clutch.

At this time there is only one type of clutch parts for each brand of clutch. CRF boss Fabrice Ramella (CRF engine designer) has spent a lot of time testing these parts and they are meant to give you a clutch that engages perfectly every time you hit the throttle (whatever the track conditions are).
These sets offer general improvements to original clutches which are more or less reliable in their stock form.
The extra power of the CRF Wasp does exacerbate the weaknesses of certain clutches. As you can see from the dyno results, the clutch has to transfer 0.2-0.3HP more than most engines sold out there, that is 20-30% more power the clutch (and transmission) is having to deal with.

It will also allow us to give reference setups for each type of clutch and make sure users start with a good base setting.

By small track, we mean a track where you travel mainly 1st gear with the 2nd gear only engaging very shortly on the straight.
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rmd, in Spain we will get the 2626 first, Nano told to Juan that it gives a very linear power curve and make the car easy to drive with plenty of power.
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Hi Nano.
i got today couple of samples of your glow plugs and I have to admit that it is really smart glow plugs. I will try them tomorrow and I am pretty sure that result I am expecting from them will be ammezing. I try to use in the past glow plugs built on the same principals, but it was airmodeling plugs (Nelson HD) with different wire temp range and thread was different, so it was pretty pain in ass, but now you came up with yours and I already love them.
I am not sure if I can talk what i found in Orion glow plugs-I will leave to Nano and Rick, but to everybody-guys these glowplugs in my opinion one of the best on the market-at list principal there is absolutly correct.
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rmd, in Spain we will get the 2626 first, Nano told to Juan that it gives a very linear power curve and make the car easy to drive with plenty of power.
Based on Nano's reply, the most appropriate pipe for the track I run on will probably be the 2637 (High Torque). I'm getting the 2634 (Torque/Speed) to see what the difference is between the two and just in case the 2637 provides too much torque.

My guess is, that the 2626 won't be the best choice for technical tracks that require a lot of low end power. What do you think?

BTW - Plugs are on the way, everything else is on back order.
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Old 06-10-2006, 02:27 AM   #321
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Hi Nano.
i got today couple of samples of your glow plugs and I have to admit that it is really smart glow plugs. I will try them tomorrow and I am pretty sure that result I am expecting from them will be ammezing. I try to use in the past glow plugs built on the same principals, but it was airmodeling plugs (Nelson HD) with different wire temp range and thread was different, so it was pretty pain in ass, but now you came up with yours and I already love them.
I am not sure if I can talk what i found in Orion glow plugs-I will leave to Nano and Rick, but to everybody-guys these glowplugs in my opinion one of the best on the market-at list principal there is absolutly correct.
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Whats the part no for the plug and where can I get them?

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Old 06-10-2006, 02:49 AM   #322
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ORI88650 CRF Clutch Set Kyosho

Where can i get this part?

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Based on Nano's reply, the most appropriate pipe for the track I run on will probably be the 2637 (High Torque). I'm getting the 2634 (Torque/Speed) to see what the difference is between the two and just in case the 2637 provides too much torque.

My guess is, that the 2626 won't be the best choice for technical tracks that require a lot of low end power. What do you think?

BTW - Plugs are on the way, everything else is on back order.
I've been running the 2626 a lot and it's pretty good even on the small indoor CRF track. Imho you want to check it out, it will be the first one available too.
Being an eletric car driver I really loved the linear and smooth feeling it gave to the engine.
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Hi Nano.
i got today couple of samples of your glow plugs and I have to admit that it is really smart glow plugs. I will try them tomorrow and I am pretty sure that result I am expecting from them will be ammezing. I try to use in the past glow plugs built on the same principals, but it was airmodeling plugs (Nelson HD) with different wire temp range and thread was different, so it was pretty pain in ass, but now you came up with yours and I already love them.
I am not sure if I can talk what i found in Orion glow plugs-I will leave to Nano and Rick, but to everybody-guys these glowplugs in my opinion one of the best on the market-at list principal there is absolutly correct.
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Thanks Edward, we finally agree on something
Have fun testing!
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ORI88650 CRF Clutch Set Kyosho

Where can i get this part?

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I assume the best way if you are in the UK is to call Mirage RC Enterprise (our uk distributor) and let them know you want the product!

The plugs are in stock at Team Orion worldwide and the clutch sets will be finished producing anytime now.
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I assume the best way if you are in the UK is to call Mirage RC Enterprise (our uk distributor) and let them know you want the product!

The plugs are in stock at Team Orion worldwide and the clutch sets will be finished producing anytime now.
Can you tell me if motors, pipes etc have started shipping to HK
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I assume the best way if you are in the UK is to call Mirage RC Enterprise (our uk distributor) and let them know you want the product!

The plugs are in stock at Team Orion worldwide and the clutch sets will be finished producing anytime now.
I don't by through mirage. Is it available on any online store?
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Mirage, HPI importer.
Guess the UK will be blown off then
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I would like to thank Team Orion, the CRF Team and Josh Cyrul for all their support for the new engine. Rick H. has been really great about answering my emails. Traci H. was really friendly and helpful over the phone. Josh is the best test pilot that anyone could ever ask for and what would we do without Nano. The ability to get info and have questions answered here is just super and I know this will help everyone to be successful. Whatever I learn here will definitely be passed on to the other guys that plan to run the WR at our track (another guy already has one on order).

Keep up the good work. Your efforts are appreciated!
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Can you tell me if motors, pipes etc have started shipping to HK
HEI International already has them on the way to Australia. They are probably already here or due next week. Get your LHS to contact them or I can find out when they land if you like.

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