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  1. #1

    Join Date
    Apr 2009
    london, UNITED KINGDOM

    front and rear belts too tight on the most loose setting

    hi people im having great difficulty getting the rear and front belt on the kyoaho evolva m3 to be loose.Ive put the belts on the loose possble setting but there not enough play as there should be is there anyone who has experinced this before.Could it be the cups that hold the bearings that are wrong ones ive checked them they say the same right number left and right the same im puzzled ive spent hours trying to sort the belts out i dont know what do do next.If anyone has any ideas how i can make my belts looser i would apresiate some answers to my problem.

    cheers people

  2. #2

    Join Date
    Nov 2009
    Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
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    RE: front and rear belts too tight on the most loose setting

    I have almost the same problem with my RRR, i think its just a Kyosho mystery :S
    My front belt is on the loosest setting, and is just where it should be, and the rear is on the tightest setting, tighter than the instructions say you can get it, yet it is still a bit loose.
    Kyosho V1RRR Evo 2 // RB Touring 10 + RB 2659 // Futaba S3010 (T/B) & Hitec HS5625MG Digital (ST)

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