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Old Mar 24, 2012, 09:56 AM
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I am not having much luck at the moment, the hitech 65hb servo i got for it the kyosho servo horns don't fit what servo's are everyone else using.

I used the Hs 65 MG i think, one of the horns does fit the Hitec its just a little tight mate
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Old Mar 24, 2012, 02:07 PM
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I just mounted my new ZH tires (30 is marked on the sidewall) with tread pattern on my Honda HOR... As far as the rear is concerned, I put the V-pattern facing forward,... but not sure if it should be the same with the front... Does it really matters, anyway?!
Bike is powered by Futaba MC system, Tamtech motor (vintage, brushed!), YR 1800/2S, lipo, aluminum forks, stabilizer on top, alu swing arm, alu oval washers, Kyosho oil-filled shock, Futaba 2PL 27Mhz AM and that's it!
Here's a pic of it, before I installed the tires...
Going to try it out tomorrow, during our RCGT TC race... between the car heats!
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Old Mar 24, 2012, 02:57 PM
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Quick paintjob or paint over on a runner body...since it gets abused didnt take much time on it...still will look decent with black wheels
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Old Mar 24, 2012, 03:15 PM
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I just mounted my new ZH tires (30 is marked on the sidewall) with tread pattern on my Honda HOR... As far as the rear is concerned, I put the V-pattern facing forward,... but not sure if it should be the same with the front... Does it really matters, anyway?!
Bike is powered by Futaba MC system, Tamtech motor (vintage, brushed!), YR 1800/2S, lipo, aluminum forks, stabilizer on top, alu swing arm, alu oval washers, Kyosho oil-filled shock, Futaba 2PL 27Mhz AM and that's it!
Here's a pic of it, before I installed the tires...
Going to try it out tomorrow, during our RCGT TC race... between the car heats!

Nice to see you getting out with the Kyoshos Steliosh your going to love those tires, dont break it !!
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Old Mar 24, 2012, 06:39 PM
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I used the Hs 65 MG i think, one of the horns does fit the Hitec its just a little tight mate
No mate it don't fit i tried to force it on & it started trashing the spline teeth in the horn.
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Old Mar 25, 2012, 06:52 AM
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Quick paintjob or paint over on a runner body...since it gets abused didnt take much time on it...still will look decent with black wheels
Nice, looks good.
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Old Mar 25, 2012, 04:37 PM
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No mate it don't fit i tried to force it on & it started trashing the spline teeth in the horn.
I've always wondered if anyone has figured out an alloy horn for the HOR. It seems that's one of the few bits you can't get cnc.

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Old Mar 26, 2012, 01:55 PM
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No mate it don't fit i tried to force it on & it started trashing the spline teeth in the horn.
Hi mate did you manage to get it to fit ?
my parts have slowly started to turn up i also ordered the same servo so was wondering if i was going to have the same issues
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Old Mar 26, 2012, 06:34 PM
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Hi mate did you manage to get it to fit ?
my parts have slowly started to turn up i also ordered the same servo so was wondering if i was going to have the same issues
No mate i could not get it to fit i tried to force it on & it trashed the horn, so now it's back in the box until i can figure out what i am going to do, it's a bit of a bummer as it was starting to come together maybe it's trying to tell me it wants to be modded.
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Old Mar 26, 2012, 09:33 PM
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No mate i could not get it to fit i tried to force it on & it trashed the horn, so now it's back in the box until i can figure out what i am going to do, it's a bit of a bummer as it was starting to come together maybe it's trying to tell me it wants to be modded.
I use the Hitec 65MG too and yes it is a little tight but I forced the horn too with the screw. Maybe you should use the other horn that came with the kit.

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Old Mar 26, 2012, 11:13 PM
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I use the Hitec 65MG too and yes it is a little tight but I forced the horn too with the screw. Maybe you should use the other horn that came with the kit.

rizal
I am using the hs-65hb mighty feather servo not the metal gear one, i would not think the spline would be any different though, i have had tight horns before that will go on with a little pressure but this does not seem to even start to go on so i don't know it does not seem right to me & the other horn is way to big.
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Old Mar 30, 2012, 06:01 AM
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Right have not posted for a while real life got a bit hectic but should be able to get going again on this project seeing as i will stuck at home for a while after braking my leg
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deen, check you pm's
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Old Mar 30, 2012, 12:15 PM
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Right have not posted for a while real life got a bit hectic but should be able to get going again on this project seeing as i will stuck at home for a while after braking my leg
Sorry to hear that Deen, get well soon mate
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