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Old 11-02-2007, 08:12 PM   #871
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do you accept intl credit card orders? planning to make a trip to the us soon but to florida only
We can arrange that, but How soon because the stock is getting low really quick!
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Old 11-03-2007, 06:42 AM   #872
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Why are you selling your RRR? what are you planning to get?
I am not sure yet what I will do. I have a ton spares for my RRR. I sold my other RRR. I am thinking it would be nice to build something new to pass some time away in the winter. Another Kyosho might be the ticket. If things go according to plan, I will be looking for 1/8 scale again too. But touring is first.
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Old 11-04-2007, 08:53 AM   #873
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Any issues with leaking around the carb?
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Old 11-04-2007, 10:33 PM   #874
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Any issues with leaking around the carb?
Make sure the high speed needle housing is tight enough.
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Old 11-06-2007, 03:26 AM   #875
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WooHoo, engines arriving tomorrow, Cleared through customs and awaiting delivery
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WooHoo, engines arriving tomorrow, Cleared through customs and awaiting delivery
Wow that was quick!
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Here are the pictures of the new JLR .12 EVO3 Engine!!!


Enjoy!
Getting closer and closer to an IDM. At least on the outside.
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Old 11-06-2007, 01:12 PM   #878
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Getting closer and closer to an IDM. At least on the outside.
It does!
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Wow that was quick!
Engines and pipe are in my hot little hands as i type, arrived at 9.00am this morning, these look better in the flesh, only thing is the stinger length on the pipe "2607", could be a worry with a side impact
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Engines and pipe are in my hot little hands as i type, arrived at 9.00am this morning, these look better in the flesh, only thing is the stinger length on the pipe "2607", could be a worry with a side impact
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When you mount the pipe on your car just angle it inwards, then it shouldn't be a problem. ENJOY!!!
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The 2 gaskets that are supplied with the pipe are the same size as the engine exhaust port, now my question is the gasket to fit between the manifold and pipe are one of these, if it is it needs to be stretch quite alot to fit over the manifold end, just doesn't seem right thought it would be a larger gasket, a .21 size
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The 2 gaskets that are supplied with the pipe are the same size as the engine exhaust port, now my question is the gasket to fit between the manifold and pipe are one of these, if it is it needs to be stretch quite alot to fit over the manifold end, just doesn't seem right thought it would be a larger gasket, a .21 size
Yes, you have to stretch the gasket quite a bit to get it on, no other gasket will work.
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Also what's the best way to slide the carby pass the O ring seems to not want to go pass, will a bit of lite oil (Singer or after run) do the trick !!!, dont want to stuff it
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Also what's the best way to slide the carby pass the O ring seems to not want to go pass, will a bit of lite oil (Singer or after run) do the trick !!!, dont want to stuff it
AFTER RUN OIL will be the best, and don't be afraid to push it in hard with your thumb.

Isn't SINGER is made for sewing machine? haven't heard of that brand for a while.
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Yeah it is, but it is a very lite oil, i use it for bearings and stuff heaps cheaper than R/C branded oils, thought that was the case to stretch the gasket as that's what i did before asking
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