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Old 06-12-2006, 06:58 AM
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Originally Posted by pitbits
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I run a WC edition RRR in the Rubber National Championship in the UK. I've been following this forum for a while now and it's given me some ideas about what to upgrade next. But for now I would like some help with a little problem I had today.

The wheel hex's on my pre-glued Sorex tyres are stripping and allowing the hex on the axel to spin in the wheel. Is this a problem others have had, I've never experienced it before but last time out at Ashby and today at Cotswold I stripped several wheels.

www.cotswoldmodelcarclub.co.uk

Are the wheel hex's smaller on the V one, and is there an alternative I should buy? I've got some East hex's on order, but if there is something else I should try let me know.

http://shop.the-border.nl/product.php?productid=22532

alum wheel hex is definitely the first upgrade i will do to my car. buy alum ones and there should be no prob. im using my kawahara alum wheel hex on my rrr and that item is from my v-one RR
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Old 06-14-2006, 03:25 AM
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Originally Posted by litespeed-dom
Someone please show him how to do a better wiring job!

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Hello all,
Please see in the pics the way I put the wires. I use a Y cable for the battery and the P.T., cause my receiver is the RX211, which does not have a aux plug.

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Old 06-14-2006, 04:42 AM
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Originally Posted by ianhobbies
alum wheel hex is definitely the first upgrade i will do to my car. buy alum ones and there should be no prob. im using my kawahara alum wheel hex on my rrr and that item is from my v-one RR
i got RRR and used the Kawahara alu wheel hex. looks better compare to the original one
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Originally Posted by etgdpu
Hello all,
Please see in the pics the way I put the wires. I use a Y cable for the battery and the P.T., cause my receiver is the RX211, which does not have a aux plug.

Best regards,
Thanks! Those are some awesome photos.

Hey Dom! Can you take a picture like #5 and post it.
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Hey Dom! Can you take a picture like #5 and post it.
#5???

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Originally Posted by litespeed-dom
#5???

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Sorry, I meant this one:

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IS THERE another fluid that goes in the lsd diff ? the kit has black fluid,I think that Kyosho makes a slightly thicker fluid that is red, if so does any body have a part #
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Has anyone ever tried a front diff with 100,000wt diff oil?

Sort of creating an LSD?

If so, with what results?

I am really tryiny to create the ultimate WCE.
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Bad news to report, gang. My Atomic Multi-drive had a mechanical failure. The solid axle adapter, that goes on the inside, snapped off one of the ends and twisted the other. Not really sure, if, the engine was putting out too much torque to the drivetrain but I started the qualifier with a spool and came back with a one-way.
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Not really sure, if, the engine was putting out too much torque to the drivetrain
that is a understatement

i would go with the k-factory, no problems at all over here
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Originally Posted by bosfan
that is a understatement

i would go with the k-factory, no problems at all over here
No comments from the peanut gallery, please.
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Has anyone ever tried a front diff with 100,000wt diff oil?
It's "Da Bomb".....try it
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Originally Posted by Sp Racer
It's "Da Bomb".....try it
Thanks Sp Racer, I will.

Now, what about going with the 23T optional pulley on the side belt? What effect can I expect? Since the front wheels will now be turning abit faster, can I expect the car to pull me through the corners?

Has anyone preferred this to the stock?
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Originally Posted by V1-RRR-WC
Thanks Sp Racer, I will.

Now, what about going with the 23T optional pulley on the side belt? What effect can I expect? Since the front wheels will now be turning abit faster, can I expect the car to pull me through the corners?

Has anyone preferred this to the stock?
your car will rotate more around corners
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Originally Posted by rmdhawaii
Wow! $494.99. Not exactly cheap. Why did you choose this engine? What do you know about it so far? Is there a write-up on it anywhere?

There are so many good engines to choose from right now, it's hard to decide what to get - or what is the best.

Anybody else got this engine? Know someone that does? The more info the better.
The O S Speed is fast, I sold 2 and both are very happy, during nationals they gauged it with other fast engines and I have seen it myself that it has a tremendous top end your car will look like it has a 3rd gear !!! but I sell these way lower than $494.99
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