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Old 04-27-2006, 09:50 PM   #31
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When putting together the HopUps page, can I suggest a comparison chart to show the original Kyosho part # alongside the third party replacement? It would definitely make things simpler for those wishing to know exactly which part replaces which.

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Old 04-27-2006, 11:55 PM   #32
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When putting together the HopUps page, can I suggest a comparison chart to show the original Kyosho part # alongside the third party replacement? It would definitely make things simpler for those wishing to know exactly which part replaces which.

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Old 04-28-2006, 02:02 AM   #33
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One more thing you might add about the brake setup. To get a more linear feel when braking, add a small spring on the brake linkage. Check my attached pic.
I used a front spring for a Mini-Z, but a 1/12th scale front spring works just as good. You don't need a stiff spring, the leverage is sufficient anyway, a "throttle return spring" is way too hard.

In that way, don't you just "kill" the ABS?
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No problems. I know how hard it is trying to figure out which third party bits replace which on the V One S and as the R shares some of the same parts my motivation is purely selfish.

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In that way, don't you just "kill" the ABS?
I've used "ABS" function using this setup, and it works with no other difference that you need a longer "pulse throw". The only difference with using the spring is that you get a longer "brake throw before lockup", it's easier to get a good brake that doesn't lock up.
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The V-ONE threads are getting a bit out of control - mostly because of my own doing. Please make all further posts in the Kyosho V-ONE RRR thread. The Ultimate Edition thread should be limited to topics relating to the Ultimate Edition only.

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The V-ONE threads are getting a bit out of control - mostly because of my own doing. Please make all further posts in the Kyosho V-ONE RRR thread. The Ultimate Edition thread should be limited to topics relating to the Ultimate Edition only.

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