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Old 04-14-2007, 07:34 PM   #1516
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hi all im new here and i want to start off with a question: I Ordered the kyosho VoneRRR EVO WC edition and i was wondering what all the Teeth counts are on all the Plastic Pullies. I want to upgrade them to ALU so if someone could tell me what they all are i can go ahead and order them! Thanks
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Old 04-14-2007, 08:34 PM   #1517
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hi all im new here and i want to start off with a question: I Ordered the kyosho VoneRRR EVO WC edition and i was wondering what all the Teeth counts are on all the Plastic Pullies. I want to upgrade them to ALU so if someone could tell me what they all are i can go ahead and order them! Thanks
Front diff 27t
Mid Shaft 18t
Side Belt Front 23t or 24t (23t requires 2mm split 24t requires 0mm split)
Side Belt Rear 18t
2 speed shaft 21t
Rear Diff 42
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Old 04-14-2007, 08:38 PM   #1518
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I cant find a spool for my new kit. Does anyone know who has them in stock?

I dont care if its 3 racing, kyosho or K factory.. anything will do at this point.

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the kit includes the plastic spool you can put inside the plastic fron diff to make it into a spool. You need front differential outdrives though.

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I cant find a spool for my new kit. Does anyone know who has them in stock?

I dont care if its 3 racing, kyosho or K factory.. anything will do at this point.

thanks
It looks like raceday hobbies has the kfactory oneway/spool in stock right now.
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I cant find a spool for my new kit. Does anyone know who has them in stock?

I dont care if its 3 racing, kyosho or K factory.. anything will do at this point.

thanks
I ordered form here and it is on the way....

http://www.km-rc.com/oscommerce/cata...701d3b71e6759b
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Old 04-15-2007, 12:26 AM   #1521
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ok.. so r most people running spools vs one ways on their rrr evo's? from what i have read it comes down to track type and driving style? can someone clarify if im way off with this here.. trying to get my cars braking dialed in...

tight, sharp and winding track - spool is better primarily due to 4w braking power but can bind the 4wd system through corners etc

long fast sweeping track - one way is best car will be 2wd on straights and 4wd out of corners, 2w rear braking only

both systems need proper tyre diameters must be set.
even as possible for spool..
larger rear and smaller front for one-way..

will be racing on a long but winding track, i would kinda like to leave my rrr with the one way setup and work on getting that dialed in, after practicing @ the track yesterday for the 1st time, i am finding the car (awesome but) hard to control at the end of straights when at high speed and braking hard into fast corners. should i be adjusting my driving style or trying a spool setup??
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Old 04-15-2007, 01:02 AM   #1522
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ok.. so r most people running spools vs one ways on their rrr evo's? from what i have read it comes down to track type and driving style? can someone clarify if im way off with this here.. trying to get my cars braking dialed in...

tight, sharp and winding track - spool is better primarily due to 4w braking power but can bind the 4wd system through corners etc

long fast sweeping track - one way is best car will be 2wd on straights and 4wd out of corners, 2w rear braking only

both systems need proper tyre diameters must be set.
even as possible for spool..
larger rear and smaller front for one-way..

will be racing on a long but winding track, i would kinda like to leave my rrr with the one way setup and work on getting that dialed in, after practicing @ the track yesterday for the 1st time, i am finding the car (awesome but) hard to control at the end of straights when at high speed and braking hard into fast corners. should i be adjusting my driving style or trying a spool setup??
You can probably try running a diff up front.
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You can probably try running a diff up front.
I would agree. For tight, sharp and winding, a front diff would probably work out best.
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will be racing on a long but winding track, i would kinda like to leave my rrr with the one way setup and work on getting that dialed in, after practicing @ the track yesterday for the 1st time, i am finding the car (awesome but) hard to control at the end of straights when at high speed and braking hard into fast corners. should i be adjusting my driving style or trying a spool setup??
Almost every Kyosho driver in Melbourne is using a spool on every track - the benefits of the spool outweigh the advantages of the one way IMO - specially when braking at the end of a long straight.

where did you drive it?
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Almost every Kyosho driver in Melbourne is using a spool on every track - the benefits of the spool outweigh the advantages of the one way IMO - specially when braking at the end of a long straight.

where did you drive it?
hey sp racer, i was practicing @ mrccr/lillydale.. what sort of spool r u using? i cant wait to try one and c the difference..
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Also driver was start use Spool
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Old 04-16-2007, 02:22 PM   #1527
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hi i just recieved my VoneRRR EVO WCE but i was wanting a Spool for the rear and kyosho america has them on backorder, where else could i find one? 3rd party would be fine.
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does anybody know part number for Swing Shaft of VZW219 Universal Swing Shaft?
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does anybody know part number for Swing Shaft of VZW219 Universal Swing Shaft?
VZW219 is the part number, VZW219-01 is for the bones
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hi i just recieved my VoneRRR EVO WCE but i was wanting a Spool for the rear and kyosho america has them on backorder, where else could i find one? 3rd party would be fine.
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