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Old 05-26-2007, 09:39 AM   #1801
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Can I ask what front axel comes with the RRR Evo ? One-way, Diff, or spool?

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Old 05-26-2007, 09:58 AM   #1802
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Can I ask what front axel comes with the RRR Evo ? One-way, Diff, or spool?

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one-way but the kit includes the diff casing. so all you need are bevel gears and shaft and outdrives to have a diff.
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Old 05-26-2007, 08:36 PM   #1803
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Is the front diff case only with the Evo WC edition or is this the same for the standard version like RcMarket have? And is the gasket and screws inluded as well?

Are people still having issues with the outdrives getting the groove cut in them and are the pullies still stripping were the pin is?

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Old 05-26-2007, 08:38 PM   #1804
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Is the front diff case only with the Evo WC edition or is this the same for the standard version like RcMarket have? And is the gasket and screws inluded as well?

Are people still having issues with the outdrives getting the groove cut in them and are the pullies still stripping were the pin is?

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i haven't had any problems ever.

Yes, the front diff case is a standard part in all rrr versions.
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Old 05-26-2007, 08:41 PM   #1805
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i haven't had any problems ever.

Yes, the front diff case is a standard part in all rrr versions.
Ok... i had original V1-RRR and these were all problems them, i know they addressed the spurs stripping with a new material being used on the Evo. What about the gasket and screws for the front diff etc?
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Old 05-26-2007, 08:45 PM   #1806
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Ok... i had original V1-RRR and these were all problems them, i know they addressed the spurs stripping with a new material being used on the Evo. What about the gasket and screws for the front diff etc?
i think screws are included. There were many screws not used after i assembled the kit before. the gasket is not included. You'll need bevel gears, bevel shafts, gasket, and outdrives. and of course DIff oil.. hehehe
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i think screws are included. There were many screws not used after i assembled the kit before. the gasket is not included. You'll need bevel gears, bevel shafts, gasket, and outdrives. and of course DIff oil.. hehehe
Cool thanks... too many choices at the moment for cars
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Old 05-26-2007, 10:40 PM   #1808
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can anyone tell me what is the latest kit and part number?
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Old 05-27-2007, 07:02 AM   #1809
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can anyone tell me what is the latest kit and part number?
V-ONE RRR Evo WC Team Edition #31260B
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Old 05-27-2007, 08:02 PM   #1810
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Hello guys,

i'm new to this forum.
very nice v1's.
anyways, i jsut purchased one myself,
sellin my highly tuned NTC3.
i bought V-ONE RRR Evo.WC Team Edition,
and now i need an engine.
i have 4 diff. engines in mind,
the MX 12 MAX SL3 -OS.12tz(t3speed)tuned-SIRIO S 12 TUP EVO-2 5-Port-OS.12tz 5-port.
which do you think is more suitable for the v-1 rrr?
and which is faster and easier to tune?
thank you..
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Old 05-27-2007, 08:16 PM   #1811
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Hello guys,

i'm new to this forum.
very nice v1's.
anyways, i jsut purchased one myself,
sellin my highly tuned NTC3.
i bought V-ONE RRR Evo.WC Team Edition,
and now i need an engine.
i have 4 diff. engines in mind,
the MX 12 MAX SL3 -OS.12tz(t3speed)tuned-SIRIO S 12 TUP EVO-2 5-Port-OS.12tz 5-port.
which do you think is more suitable for the v-1 rrr?
and which is faster and easier to tune?
thank you..
Welcome to the club. I personaly got the OS .12TZ(p) 3Port (not the tuned version) due to it being easy to tune they say and also me being new to nitro. In regards of speed, all engines you've mentioned are fast as long you tune it right and also with proper maintenance.
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Old 05-27-2007, 08:19 PM   #1812
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thanks.

i have a .18tz on my ntc3, and it really pulls.
but then i really want to try something new,
and the headers on the o.s. are big, the ones on the mx12 are very tiny which i like more.
i really want to purchase the max mx12, but i dont know any online shops that have them.
do you know any online store where i can purchase one?
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Old 05-27-2007, 09:38 PM   #1813
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Hello

I am planning to get a new engine for my v-one 3r soon and I have a questions for you guys to answer. Do you guys usually go with the collet that comes with the kit or the collet that comes with the engine. Why the collet that comes with engine/kit? What do you guys think about the Kfactory's UFO centax clutch?

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Any difference between the 31260 and 31260B..??

Thanks in advance..
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I am planning to get a new engine for my v-one 3r soon and I have a questions for you guys to answer. Do you guys usually go with the collet that comes with the kit or the collet that comes with the engine. Why the collet that comes with engine/kit? What do you guys think about the Kfactory's UFO centax clutch?

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I think in most cases you are better off using the kit collet since some engines include a rather long one. Sometimes if the collet is too pointy it will not allow the flywheel to tighten up well enough.

This is specially critical with Picco engines that use a crankshaft with a smaller diameter. Do not use the Picco supplied collet with your clutch.

I like the UFO clutch because it has a flywheel with a smaller diameter. I am using that along with the G4S one-piece engine mount as this combo allows the engine to sit lower on the chassis. If you set the UFO clutch fine, you should see no difference to the stock one. Highly recommended!! I also like the lightwheight aluminum clutch bell.
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