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Old 05-11-2006, 01:04 AM   #211
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hey esam...does ur side easy to get parts in malaysia?
Not bad i could say but i still get my option from Hong Kong and Japan.
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Old 05-11-2006, 04:40 AM   #212
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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.
Yup! Will be added. But it's going to be the the Kyosho version (VZW216) instead of the Kawahara version.
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Old 05-11-2006, 04:46 AM   #213
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rmdhawaii, may i suggest
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K-497 Kawahara Rear Adjustable Stabilizer Set ( Rear antiroll blade )

Advantage
Easy fine tunning the stiffness of rear antiroll bar ( By just turn the blade )

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Expensive
Expensive?!

You just need to know who to buy it from.

I'm in the process of trying to obtain it. No sense putting something in the spec that no one can buy. Soloartist broke his, so it has to go through some additional testing before it can be added to the X list. I'll be sure to make it a canidate. If it breaks on me as well, it's a no go.
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Old 05-11-2006, 04:51 AM   #214
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And all the 177 bush at steering holder, i change it to bearing. Reason- smoother.
This was replaced with bearings on the WCE.
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Old 05-11-2006, 04:57 AM   #215
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The front shot with graphite body mount stay holder and WCE graphite front shock stay.
You and maskedrider are probably the only two using the body mount stays that I'm aware of. I would really like to nail down the performance benefit from using these. I have some ideas, but I'll have to do some testing. I'm trying to get the Kawahara ones. 3Racing is going to be my second choice.

Anyone know if Kyosho makes a set for the RRR?
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Old 05-11-2006, 05:00 AM   #216
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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
Will be added. I have that in my notes and maybe the FAQ, but it's not in the build tips. Thanks!
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Old 05-11-2006, 11:48 AM   #217
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what advantage will be the different of using this ??
I have the Ti bevel shaft in my car. Lighter, yes and any rotating mass that is lighter is an advantage. I actually got that part by accident.

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Old 05-11-2006, 11:49 AM   #218
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And i still use the customize aluminium pipe holder mount at upperdeck. Probably this is not good idea. I'm thinking to change it to Kawahara K-475 Mid bearing block as to mount it back to chasis as suggested by Bundyman before.
I don't know if you guys have seen the Kyosho alu mid bearing block, it has a mount for your pipe as well. If you guys need, I can snap a pic during lunch when I go home.

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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.
RMD, that is a very good list to start with. Personally I would love to have that VZW214 chassis, but it's not cheap at all!

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I don't know if you guys have seen the Kyosho alu mid bearing block, it has a mount for your pipe as well. If you guys need, I can snap a pic during lunch when I go home.

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I want to check it out!!
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Old 05-11-2006, 12:13 PM   #221
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I want to check it out!!
I'll snap a pic and post.

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Here it is. Sorry couple of them are out of focus, but you get the idea.

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In this pic, you can see it compared to the stock block.

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I want to check it out!!
Here is a picture of the Kyosho VZW216 - Aluminum Middle Shaft Mount(for RRR).

http://item.rakuten.co.jp/rc-rainbow/4955439863848/

The Rainbow R/C Car Pro Shop has pictures of some of the option parts for the car. If you can navigate the Japanese links, you can also check out some of the option parts for other cars as well.

V-ONE RRR:
http://item.rakuten.co.jp/rc-rainbow/c/0000001065/

Other cars:
http://item.rakuten.co.jp/rc-rainbow/c/0000000328/?p=1
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Here it is. Sorry couple of them are out of focus, but you get the idea.

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surprised you dont have the hollow middle shaft
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