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Old 04-11-2007, 09:35 PM   #1486
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VZW219 they are the silver that comes with the evo a couple of guys had the same problem & it was due to them using the older version which were 45mm
So does the EVO WC (plan to build next month ) that I have, have the longer unis?

I too plan to buy a front spool for mine when built.
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So does the EVO WC (plan to build next month ) that I have, have the longer unis?

I too plan to buy a front spool for mine when built.
Yes the spool was made for the evo & you should have no problem just make sure you set your track width correct.
As for the spool I have mine on backorder from kyosho america can't wait to get it to replace the kfactory unit im using it adds to much weight
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No wonder I couldn't find it - it's a G4 part.

Does anything special need to be done to fit this in the RRR????

BTW.. Thanks George.

K1477 G4 Alum. Front Solid Axle Set
http://www.kfactoryracing.com/produc...1477&pageNum=1

I using this K Factory K1477 G4 Alum. Front Solid Axle Set in my car almost two years, must using an lathe machine to modify, the both of out driving cup is right its way using in RRR or EVO, but the two bearing need mod inner offset about 2mm, the pulley offset about 1mm, also the 4 fixing screw of the pulley offset about .2mm, using plastic pulley no problem, if using metal pulley must mod a little bit.
I using this for that time no such alum solid product in market, and it is beautiful.
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Old 04-11-2007, 09:46 PM   #1489
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I using this K Factory K1477 G4 Alum. Front Solid Axle Set in my car almost two years, must using an lathe machine to modify, the both of out driving cup is right its way using in RRR or EVO, but the two bearing need mod inner offset about 2mm, the pulley offset about 1mm, also the 4 fixing screw of the pulley offset about .2mm, using plastic pulley no problem, if using metal pulley must mod a little bit.
I using this for that time no such alum solid product in market, and it is beautiful.
I have one on the way what mods are needed to fit my 3r?
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Yes the spool was made for the evo & you should have no problem just make sure you set your track width correct.
As for the spool I have mine on backorder from kyosho america can't wait to get it to replace the kfactory unit im using it adds to much weight
Are you currently running the KFactory 1-way/solid spool unit on your V1RRR?
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Old 04-11-2007, 09:51 PM   #1491
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I have one on the way what mods are needed to fit my 3r?
I will be milling mine out the version I have is K1477T
Thanks for the lathe tip I never thought of trying it out now I got to be careful & not ruin the diamond bit.
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I will be milling mine out the version I have is K1477T
Thanks for the lathe tip I never thought of trying it out now I got to be careful & not ruin the diamond bit.
what part of thr spool needs to be milled out and how much?
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I will be milling mine out the version I have is K1477T
Thanks for the lathe tip I never thought of trying it out now I got to be careful & not ruin the diamond bit.
I think I'll just get the KM version and be done with it!
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Are you currently running the KFactory 1-way/solid spool unit on your V1RRR?
Yes & it's good but once the rubber O rings get's weak the pins fly right out
gave me issues in a couple of mains just think about this one was in first had it locked & then all of a sudden every right turn was perfect but every left turn the car had a nasty push after the main I noticed I lost a pin so basically left side was a one way right side was a spool I showed a couple of my friends what happened they were like man you car still looked good & I walked away saying that's why i love my Kyosho your car can be off a tad bit & still performs
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I think I'll just get the KM version and be done with it!
wish that was the case but I have 2 of them wich gives me a chance to get 1 right
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what part of thr spool needs to be milled out and how much?
pulley side 1 mm opposite side 2 mm
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Yes & it's good but once the rubber O rings get's weak the pins fly right out
gave me issues in a couple of mains just think about this one was in first had it locked & then all of a sudden every right turn was perfect but every left turn the car had a nasty push after the main I noticed I lost a pin so basically left side was a one way right side was a spool I showed a couple of my friends what happened they were like man you car still looked good & I walked away saying that's why i love my Kyosho your car can be off a tad bit & still performs
Yea that's the problem with the o-ring retainer system. The up side is you can always go to a hydraulics shop and get about 50 of the o-rings for about $2 so you can replace them regularly.
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Old 04-12-2007, 02:49 AM   #1498
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Has anyone tryed the 2D clutch is it any better than the 3D if so whats the difference in acceleration?
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I`m using the CRF clutch and I love it.
Nice performance and the spring is very good to adjust -->you can feel the diference very well.
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Does anybody glue diff o-rings to the diff case? The manual asks for, but I can't see benefit doing that :confused

I'm rebuilding my RRR shocks, and I noticed the right shock has more travel on the shaft when I pull against the shock body, its stop in the end of the stroke and the left shock shaft stop in the middle. What am I suppose to do? And what's "rule" to build the shocks properly

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