STS .28 pull-start engine

Old 08-22-2007, 06:05 PM
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has anyone had trouble with the rotostart in a savage being at a funny angle if so how did you get around it and is there a hex drive convertion instaed of the sloted one ?
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Old 08-31-2009, 04:44 AM
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Hi everyone. I was just wondering.. I recently bought a .26 Vertex Drill-start RC Nitro Buggy from eBay from America, me being in Australia... And it has started but stopped and hasn't started since. Looking at some Team Vertex forum's, it looks like I need a STS carburetor. They say the atmosphere is different from America to Australia and that has an impact on the carburetor and the air filter/intake thing. Does anyone know:
1- where I can buy a carburetor in Australia.
2- would it matter buying a carburetor from America, or do you think I will run into the same problems as with the American Vertex carburetor & engine in it now?

I appreciate any help because i'm lurking out in the dark at the moment.
Thanks guys.
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Old 08-31-2009, 07:10 AM
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Originally Posted by AlphaNuma View Post
Hi everyone. I was just wondering.. I recently bought a .26 Vertex Drill-start RC Nitro Buggy from eBay from America, me being in Australia... And it has started but stopped and hasn't started since. Looking at some Team Vertex forum's, it looks like I need a STS carburetor. They say the atmosphere is different from America to Australia and that has an impact on the carburetor and the air filter/intake thing. Does anyone know:
1- where I can buy a carburetor in Australia.
2- would it matter buying a carburetor from America, or do you think I will run into the same problems as with the American & engine in it now?

I appreciate any help because i'm lurking out in the dark at the moment.
Thanks guys.
Cheers,
Paul
your carburator should work regardless of where you are located all you need to do is to have the proper adjustment.

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