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Mar 07, 2012, 08:39 AM
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Originally Posted by steve bisco
Good to see you got the parts, those ZH racing tires will transform the bike !! have those rims got the weight machined into the wheel anyway look forward to the build.
Yes mate unfortunately they have got the weight machined into them but i seen my mate the other day he is going to take it off with his lathe it worked out good as i want to borrow his speed gun as well so i can get that while i am there.

Hey Deen i hope you don't mind me joining in on your thread i don't want to hijack it.
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Mar 07, 2012, 10:24 AM
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no of coarse i dont mind throttle i would like to get as many people on hear as possible building or modding there kyosho,s hor or fixed then maybe some one from kyosho might see how popular this bike still is and maybe think about relaunching the bike even if for just a limited time
well that,s my dream anyways i think its still a couple weeks before my parts arrive
Mar 07, 2012, 10:41 AM
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Im getting mine ready for this summer.Getting ready to order some tires from 2 wheels.Gonna be cool with no crash bars...
Mar 07, 2012, 02:04 PM
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i think in the end i will go no crash bars but to start with i will run with them on i dont wont to scratch the bike up straight away
i have seen a one sided swing arm conversion and i think its got a slipper clutch has any one else seen this or have any info on them i think steve has one on one of his bike,s
just interested in finding out because with going brush less thought it might be a good idea the slipper clutch help put the power down is that true ? cheers.deen
Mar 07, 2012, 02:26 PM
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Here's the link to the slipper clutch and single side arm.

https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/show...9#post10856680

Dialed works very well! I tried 3s with my Pepsi Suzuki. It disengaged!

Kegresse
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Mar 07, 2012, 02:35 PM
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Here's the link to the slipper clutch and single side arm.

https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/show...9#post10856680

Dialed works very well! I tried 3s with my Pepsi Suzuki. It disengaged!

Kegresse
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Mar 07, 2012, 07:12 PM
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The single sided swinging arm is very good, it has not got a slipper clutch on it, that only happens when its not been put together right, it should not slip, my Honda handles great with it but be warned the wheels you get with it just fall to bits, unless you can get an alloy one made forget it, nice to see the interest in the Kyosho bikes again.
Mar 07, 2012, 07:19 PM
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Originally Posted by deen247
i think in the end i will go no crash bars but to start with i will run with them on i dont wont to scratch the bike up straight away
i have seen a one sided swing arm conversion and i think its got a slipper clutch has any one else seen this or have any info on them i think steve has one on one of his bike,s
just interested in finding out because with going brush less thought it might be a good idea the slipper clutch help put the power down is that true ? cheers.deen
Deen do more damage with the bars on mate.
Mar 07, 2012, 11:22 PM
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Hey Throttlejunkie,

Your parts look good - cant wait to see the finshed bike. Interested in your comments about building a Suzi too - I considered something similar as I bought a Kyosho chrome frame for the HOR after my Honda HOR kit arrived. So I looked at all the other bits required, many standard Kyosho and of course the preferred/reccommended hop ups that you guys on this forum seem to run. Costwise it initially looked expensive, so I bought a Suzi kit that came with some extra bits, alloy forks, 28BB motor, the Kyosho "race/sticky" tyres & wheels. I am happy with the purchase, but of course realise that many stock bits remain untouched when you upgrade a build, so will be interested in any comments on the final cost if anmd when you work it out.
Like you guys, I would love it if Kyosho would release new 1/8 scale bikes again.......
Mar 08, 2012, 01:21 AM
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Originally Posted by zander749
Hey Throttlejunkie,

Your parts look good - cant wait to see the finshed bike. Interested in your comments about building a Suzi too - I considered something similar as I bought a Kyosho chrome frame for the HOR after my Honda HOR kit arrived. So I looked at all the other bits required, many standard Kyosho and of course the preferred/reccommended hop ups that you guys on this forum seem to run. Costwise it initially looked expensive, so I bought a Suzi kit that came with some extra bits, alloy forks, 28BB motor, the Kyosho "race/sticky" tyres & wheels. I am happy with the purchase, but of course realise that many stock bits remain untouched when you upgrade a build, so will be interested in any comments on the final cost if anmd when you work it out.
Like you guys, I would love it if Kyosho would release new 1/8 scale bikes again.......
Hi Zander, yeah at first i was just going to get the suzi body panels & another rider & just swap them over now & then but thought i might as well use the left over stock parts & build another bike but i will keep account of the cost & see what it ends up being.
I am looking forward to getting started to but like Deen i am still waiting on parts looking forward to seeing your builds as well mate.
Mar 08, 2012, 03:36 AM
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The single sided swinging arm is very good, it has not got a slipper clutch on it, that only happens when its not been put together right, it should not slip, my Honda handles great with it but be warned the wheels you get with it just fall to bits, unless you can get an alloy one made forget it, nice to see the interest in the Kyosho bikes again.
i wish i new some one who could make me an alloy that single sided wing arm is o soooo nice
Mar 08, 2012, 06:16 AM
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Originally Posted by deen247
i wish i new some one who could make me an alloy that single sided wing arm is o soooo nice
They are a nice looking set up, a bit pricey though if the wheels are no good, it would be really nice though if you had someone to make you an alloy like the one in the pics hint hint
I would love to have the machinery & know how to use it to make stuff, i would go nuts & make alloy bits for everything.
Mar 08, 2012, 07:26 AM
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going to post some pics of the bike pre build later when i find the leads for the camera so you can all see what a sorry state the bike was in when i bought it
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Mar 08, 2012, 12:45 PM
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been looking around for a nice brushless combo and seen this does this look any good steve size wise for fitting http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/EZrun-Brus...item3cb613c06d
Mar 08, 2012, 05:39 PM
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That will fit mate but it seems a bit expensive i got the A3 combo 25 amp 7800kv for $60aud delivered


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