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Old 05-05-2006, 06:55 PM   #181
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i was thinking about your database last night and i thought it would be a good idea to eventually have a list of all the parts in alphabetical order with the part numbers and weights. Then instead of everyone looking in their instruction manual for the part numbers you can see them on your database in a seperate section to the UE/X.........just an idea for the future
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i was thinking about your database last night and i thought it would be a good idea to eventually have a list of all the parts in alphabetical order with the part numbers and weights. Then instead of everyone looking in their instruction manual for the part numbers you can see them on your database in a seperate section to the UE/X.........just an idea for the future
Thanks for the suggestion. What you see on the Web page right now is just a quick and dirty version so that people can look it over and come up with more suggetions. When the final spec gets published, it will be much more organized and documented than how it's presented now. I'll send you an advanced preview when it's ready so that you can provide some feedback.
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Old 05-05-2006, 11:40 PM   #183
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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.
Check your brake shaft pretty sure it is bent causing pulsation if not the K factory brake set is one of the best
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Old 05-06-2006, 10:28 AM   #184
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great job on this thread ang website.... very very informative... keep it up!
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Since I have to order two sets of spur and pinons for my car anyway , I decided to order the Ultimate Edition parts, with the exception of the pinon gears I don't use and the APP brakes (I'm going with the K Factory disc and pads). The parts will be here in about a week, but I probably won't be running the Ultimate X until June.


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great job on this thread ang website.... very very informative... keep it up!
Thanks! Appreciate the feedback.
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Old 05-08-2006, 02:56 PM   #186
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Since I have to order two sets of spur and pinons for my car anyway , I decided to order the Ultimate Edition parts, with the exception of the pinon gears I don't use and the APP brakes (I'm going with the K Factory disc and pads). The parts will be here in about a week, but I probably won't be running the Ultimate X until June.



Thanks! Appreciate the feedback.
I guess someone dropped some money this weekend.
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Since I have to order two sets of spur and pinons for my car anyway , I decided to order the Ultimate Edition parts, with the exception of the pinon gears I don't use and the APP brakes (I'm going with the K Factory disc and pads). The parts will be here in about a week, but I probably won't be running the Ultimate X until June. Thanks! Appreciate the feedback. [/I]
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Old 05-08-2006, 05:19 PM   #188
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Since I have to order two sets of spur and pinons for my car anyway , I decided to order the Ultimate Edition parts, with the exception of the pinon gears I don't use and the APP brakes (I'm going with the K Factory disc and pads). The parts will be here in about a week, but I probably won't be running the Ultimate X until June.



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great choice on the disc and pads they are very good...thats what i use
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rmdhawaii,

great job on this thread ang website.... very very informative... keep it up!
hey my name is in the website as well !!!
surprised to see that, thanks

well to be honest i haven't touch my RRR in 6 months since i play EP at the moment (and since i BROKE my 2 race old evo 2 engine). Interesting to see that a lot of us participate in creating the 'ultimate' RRR.

Not sure if anyone pointed this out, but it helps to change the screw that links the rear upper camber link to the rear hub to a longer one. I broke a lot of rear hubs during my first few runs with RRR, improper settings etc might result in spin and if the rear hub hit something it may easily be broken along the area where the screw is.

But it doesn't happen anymore since i change it to longer screw, can't remember whether it's 3x20 or 3x25mm screw.

hope this helps and can be included as one of the 'minor but helpful' tips for new RRR owners
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great choice on the disc and pads they are very good...thats what i use
thats what ive ordered too but it still hasnt got here and my first race with the rrrX is 4days!!!
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ohh rmd add this to the database:
kawahara front layshaft mount (k-475)
the quality is superb and its not as flimsy as the stocker so there is less lateral movement on the shaft and better drivetrain efficiency.
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The "best pricing" cost estimate for the current Ultimate Edition spec is approximately $162.45 USD, +/- $5.00 USD.

Kyosho VSW043 : 3D Lightweight Flywheel
Kyosho VZW215-15 : 1st Gear, 15T, 16T or 17T steel
Kyosho VZW215-16 : 2nd Gear, 20T, 21T, 22T or 23T, steel
Kyosho VZW213 : Lightweight Clutch Bell
Kyosho VZW063 : Aluminum Brake Lever
Kyosho VZW209 : Titanium 2-Speed Shaft
Kyosho VZW211 : Titanium Bevel Shafts for the Rear Diff
Kyosho VZW214 : Special Main Chassis 3T/7075 for V-ONE RRR
Kyosho APP02 : APP Brake Rotor & Pad Set
Kyosho VZW207 : Rear Shock Stay for V1RRR

Note: This includes only one set of 1st and 2nd pinion gears - not all seven gears.
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Old 05-10-2006, 06:50 AM   #193
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does the Alum pulleys works better then the plastic stocks pulleys ??
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does the Alum pulleys works better then the plastic stocks pulleys ??
I don't think they work better but they should last longer. The plastic are lighter.
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I don't think they work better but they should last longer. The plastic are lighter.

They tend to strip belts easier than the plastics.....my 2 cents...jag are they really heavier? that would be another reason not to use them.
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