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Old 13-11-2018
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I just received my shaft and only have 90T spurs at the moment. I'm running a 10.5T and the smallest pinion that will reach the spur is a 28T. I'm surprised even with a 93T spur, that the 23T Pinion will mesh. I need to find some bigger spurs asap!!
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Old 13-11-2018
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Thanks Welshy for the reply,
Where could I get this custom B4 slipper layshaft?
Can I use a brushless motor without a rear belt tensioner? If yes, would 13.5T be good to start on a carpet track? I am a "pro" basher, but still a beginner racer.
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To be honest with a 13.5 you should be able to run the standard slipper clutch and belts without tensioner. You'll just need to make sure cars in good order but we all do so should be fine.
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Old 15-11-2018
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would anyone have a set of Yokomo TH-6 wheel adapters and the Yokomo wheels for sale?
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Nope dont have hm but i do know where i can find a set ,Shall check


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Thanks
Are the Yokomo wheels to suit pink 2.2"?
I may have a lead on the adapters but trying to figure out wheels are correct to use on a ZXS
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Are the Yokomo wheels to suit pink 2.2"?
I may have a lead on the adapters but trying to figure out wheels are correct to use on a ZXS
Any yz10 93/94 version wheels, the car Masami won at Basildon in the UK.
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Thanks, is there a part number so I can start searching on eBay. I'm not familiar with anything outside of Kyosho lol
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Default CAD files

Anyone have any of these things drawing up want to used them to check my gear box design.

Looking for:

LA-32 (front gear box)

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LA-30 (suspension hinge pin holders)

Many thanks

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Old 22-11-2018
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Anyone have any of these things drawing up want to used them to check my gear box design.

Looking for:

LA-32 (front gear box)

and

LA-30 (suspension hinge pin holders)

Many thanks

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Liam,

Alcyon I believe has, give him a try.
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Old 28-11-2018
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Default sway bars

Does anyone know if there are sway bars from modern cars that can fit on the lazer zx(r)?
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Old 28-11-2018
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Does anyone know if there are sway bars from modern cars that can fit on the lazer zx(r)?
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Tbh never tried.
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Old 30-11-2018
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Tbh never tried.

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Do you use sway bars on indoor carpet?
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Do you use sway bars on indoor carpet?
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No, only outdoors. Mind you I love twitchy cars with looser back end but still with grip and found it was better without on carpet and slippery tracks but on grass and on clay high grip I used a rear bar
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Does anyone have a Kyosho la-103 for sale
I have a new LA-122 shell as an incentive
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Guys, better get in quick, hope all Lazer fanatics have a great Christmas. Wishing you all great racing for next year.
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Old 29-12-2018
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Default Lazer ZX-RR resto, special knuckle arms

Hi,

I am currently restoring another ZX-RR (Equalizer shocks, Hyperclutch, ...).

I realized that the car is equipped with some special front knuckle arms (see pics). They seem to be Kyosho but maybe from another car???

Does anybody have more info on these knuckle arms?

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Old 29-12-2018
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Pretty sure they're from the Kyosho pure 10 series of cars.....part number SD032.
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Anyone got anything new, been a tad quiet recently.
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Anyone got anything new, been a tad quiet recently.
nope not for now but soon im the making

and i shall have some work for you soon

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Default 3D printed parts

I have durability issues with some of the parts I got 3D printed by Shapeways in "versatile plastic". They have a new material called "professional plastic" that is supposed to be stronger and more durable, but it is twice as expensive!
Has anyone tried this "professional plastic" material. And if yes, is it worth the extra money?

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