Originally posted by rrgt_kid
i wont be buying it! i just brought an rr
The advantage of the V1R line is that it is quite stable. You should be able to upgrade the V1RR to the Evo spec at very little cost.
Back when the V1RR came out I upgraded my V1R for around AUD$40.
TBR I am not sure what they are going to do in the rear. They say and abundant adjustment place aggressive power the belt drive 4WD which improves
which tends to imply that additional adjustments will be available.
The V1RR has traditionally not been "optimised" for the foam tires like the MTX3 was so I am not sure.