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Old 01-12-2008, 01:34 AM   #136
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my G4RS run movie with Kyosho CRF engine(+ CRF CPD)


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Old 01-13-2008, 07:52 AM   #137
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Questions?? oh oh



you were satisfied with kyosho crf ???

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Old 01-13-2008, 03:15 PM   #138
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Can someone shed a bit of light on the default needle settings for the CRF? 4 turns out on top is fine, but the instructions say the LSN is 5 turns out and then goes on to say that it is 47.9mm from the spray nozzle. 5 turns out is more like 49mm on my engine, so 47.9 is about 3.5 turns. I read a post in the orion CRF thread where nano said the stock LSN setting usually needs no adjustment, but this isnt really helpful when I don't know if it should be 5 turns or 47.9mm. I haven't touched the spray nozzle screw before anyone asks
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Old 01-13-2008, 03:27 PM   #139
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Craig, best bet is to use the stock settings as outlined in the manual. start your engine and go from there tuning it on the track.
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Old 01-13-2008, 09:18 PM   #140
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hey john, are you racing at summer nats? I'm trying to set it to the manual settings but it's confusing:

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To set the metering needle (CRF81315), follow this procedure :
- Maintain the carburator throttle fully opened (important to avoid possible damage).
- Fully tighten the metering needle.
- Unscrew the metering needle approximately 5 turns.
- Release the throttle.
The distance from the end of the spray nozzle (CRF81321) and the end of the metering
screw (CRF81315) can be measured with a caliper to be approximately 47.9 mm
and 5 turns isn't 47.9mm... not on my engine anyway
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Old 01-13-2008, 09:19 PM   #141
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nope..im racing the sunday then off to vic on thurs

set it at 5 turns then go form there..better to start with a richer setting
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Old 01-13-2008, 10:31 PM   #142
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ok nano says nothing about 5 turns so i'm rolling with 47.9

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HSN, 4 turns out from fully closed (screwed in)

Big Screw, tighten all the way in, not too tigtht beware not to damage the o-ring. Then unscrew slightly to make the slot in the screw head perpendicular with the main needle holder. Then unscrew another 1.5 turns.

LSN, this one is set by measuring the distance from the big screw head to the LSN head with a caliper, as if you were measuring the full width of the carburator. You want to get around 47.5mm to 48mm width.
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Old 01-13-2008, 10:35 PM   #143
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...or sell it and buy an os speed or sirio evo 4
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...or sell it and buy an os speed or sirio evo 4
no one would buy it

I am gonna get either a red dot or a ninja in a few weeks though
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im thinking of getting the red dot evo 3 to just waiting on some reviews on it
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im thinking of getting the red dot evo 3 to just waiting on some reviews on it
Just buy one you will not be disappointed.

There will be a few there on sunday.
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Questions?? Reducer (Cup-type) X312T !?!?!

Hello,

what kind of experiences you had by using the update CRF81348 ??? it is similar to CRF81358 "Big Reducer" ???

does it make sense to upgrade my motor ?

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