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Old 05-03-2006, 06:05 PM   #166
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I have run about 1/2 gal of fuel since using them and have not seen any wear. I also run the front 18T.
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Old 05-03-2006, 10:26 PM   #167
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i heard that what the metal pulleys do is the belt wears them so that each 'tooth' on the pulley has a sharp point on it and then the pulley eventually cuts through the belt.
i have seen metal pulleys like this but they were a different brand. kyosho might be different but i still recommend you stay with plastic unless it is absolutely neccessary (like the 21T brake pulley)
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Old 05-04-2006, 01:01 AM   #168
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I've used Kawahara pulleys on my V1r and never had a problem with them knife edging, As for the V1rrr dont know the part# but I think they will work fine
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Old 05-04-2006, 03:49 AM   #169
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which alloy pulleys do you recommend i should get??
the kawahara ones or the kyosho ones ??
has anyone tried both???
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Double check the diff pullys if you get those in aluminum. They're a smaller size on the new car.
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Old 05-04-2006, 10:34 AM   #171
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I've used Kawahara pulleys on my V1r and never had a problem with them knife edging, As for the V1rrr dont know the part# but I think they will work fine
Are all your pulleys Kawaharas? How many hours would you say you race a month and how often do you replace your belts?

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Are all your pulleys Kawaharas? How many hours would you say you race a month and how often do you replace your belts?

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My old V1r The hole damm car was Kawahara , Never kept a time loge I always changed the necessary parts at the end of a race season never had to change belts because of them being worn out by pullyes only because of lil rock chips.
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does anyone know the part number for the kawahara 21T brake pulley ??
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does anyone know the part number for the kawahara 21T brake pulley ??
Not quite sure if this is what you're looking for, but it's the only 21T pulley they make:

K-493B: http://www.hikarisystem.net/kawahara...oods_ID=K-493B
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This is really coming together nicely.

Spec has been updated: http://www.nitrokb.com/vonerrr/UltimateEdition.html
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thanks rmd
everytime someone asks a question your always there!!!
i know i speak for all of us when i say that you are a great credit to the v-one rrr and this forum. i know with you onboard the 3r will always stay on top of the rest of the competition
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with the database the kfactory brake disc is a bit wider on the inside and that helps to minimize the disc floating on the shaft.
and in the 3r x section on the 3racing throttle mixing arm you spelt your name wrong
your database is good stuff
is VZW207 a new part and would it be available yet ???
i am trying to bulletproof my 3r by purchasing the alloy brake pulley and skyline outdrives. basically im building an UE
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I dont know if i got a bad example of the KFactory brake disc, but mine differs about 0.15 mm in thickness resulting in pulsing brake. Also it fits very poorly with the brake hub since the hole is too big.
The glued brake pads is awsome though combined with the standard disc.
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il check mine when i get em
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with the database the kfactory brake disc is a bit wider on the inside and that helps to minimize the disc floating on the shaft.
and in the 3r x section on the 3racing throttle mixing arm you spelt your name wrong
your database is good stuff
is VZW207 a new part and would it be available yet ???
i am trying to bulletproof my 3r by purchasing the alloy brake pulley and skyline outdrives. basically im building an UE
The VZW207 has been out for a while. Quite a number of people have it. Once you've built the UE, the only things left are setup, tuning and driving. You'll have the best car money can buy. If you possible, it would be good to get some details on the difference in performance.

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