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Old 08-11-2008, 06:22 PM
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can you give me some specs and pricing on that motor and what i would need to do fitting it into my nami
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Old 08-11-2008, 06:23 PM
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im already bored with the .18
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Old 08-11-2008, 06:25 PM
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Oh, if you don't have the RR you might not have a mid range needle then. The mid range needle is opposite the LSN on the other side of the carb, there should be a large looking screw head. That's the Mid-Range needle. It will leak around the screw head.
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Old 08-11-2008, 06:26 PM
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can you give me some specs and pricing on that motor and what i would need to do fitting it into my nami

Which axial engine, the 21, 21R, 28 or 28R
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Old 08-11-2008, 06:29 PM
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hahahahha the sh.18 has no balls at all down low or maybe that was just mine , i few pages ago i have some post of me getting it all together just have a look around page 67-68 and so on , it cos me about $200 or so all up , lol more than i payed for the car hahahaha oh well you need new engine mounts , SG clutch and flywheel kit , new throttle linkage , exhaust header and pipe , engine and thats about it . but HIMOTO USA maybe be doing a kit for every one witch would be cheaper,
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Old 08-11-2008, 06:34 PM
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how is it on the gears and diffs?
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Hey Uhoo-01, LOL, I have the 32R not the 28r I don't know what I was thinking, that may be why you don't have the mid range, either way, lol, watch for leaks, it's the only draw back I've seen to the engine the carb O-rings leak.


retrosoul, the base model Axial 28 engines with the grey head go for about $120 and up full retail price on that engine is $265.00. The same engine with a green heads gonna run around $145(supply and demand) and up Full retail price is $265.00. Supply and demand, people like the green head better so it's more expensive, that's life, lol.
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hey guys i need help hpi makes a clutch bell 13t/to 18t two speed will it work on a redcat tsunami
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how is it on the gears and diffs?
fine on the diff , and on the main gear it is hard on it but with a good mesh its fine
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hey guys i need help hpi makes a clutch bell 13t/to 18t two speed will it work on a redcat tsunami

Ya man it will work. 5 tooth difference = it will work.
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Old 08-11-2008, 07:48 PM
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All this big block talk is making things happen in my pants I really want to get one now But the only thing that worries me is that with the cvrx im blowong bevel gears all the time so whats going to happen with a BB?????
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i am worried about the bell not being deep enough
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my new truck stand i found the folding frame in the trash!!! the things people just throw away all i did was add the wood.



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Thats a sweet stand man!!!! Sell it???? lol
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any 1 want to come to new hampshire and play?
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soz man bit far for me .... lol
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what do i need to remove to get the rear drive shaft out?
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you mean the ones to each of the wheels , just take off the turnbuckles to the hubs and let the wheel drop down and they just fall out . if your talking about the rear tranny shaft you have to take the center tranny out as a whole unit
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yea i meant the rear tranny shaft and i was hoping i wouldnt have to remove that. i meshing the gears
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yeah iv taken the tranny out without moving the engine befor , you can do it , hahahah i dont no if its good for it tho . it makes it hard to get ya fingers in , to put the shaft in tho .
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i have to replace the universal cup anyways
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im gonna try and make my own universal cups out of 1700 series stainless they should last years
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good idea they look pretty eazy to machine up , its just you will prob start breaking the next thing inline like, drive shafts or what ever...
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im gonna make the drive shafts out of titanium
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