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Old 04-28-2007, 10:37 AM   #1681
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Kawahara makes a metal one for the RRR. Part No. K-486

I have used this part on my kit. The big difference I noticed is it gives better protection for those running with taller engine heads. But when I switched to the Nova Plus SCT, you don't need that much protection since the engine head of this engine comes only with 6 fins and is was much shorter compared to the older engine heads... Hope this helps
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Old 04-28-2007, 11:37 AM   #1682
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why don't you try the 3 racing one?it's very good,i use it with lola body and it's very stable and strong.moreover it's far heaper than the kawahra one
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Old 04-28-2007, 11:38 AM   #1683
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why don't you try the 3 racing one?it's very good,i use it with lola body and it's very stable and strong.moreover it's far heaper than the kawahra one

heaper=cheaper....sorry
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Old 04-28-2007, 12:18 PM   #1684
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same here....i use the 3racing one too, decent quality too, looks exactly like kawahara one as well...i'll reccomend it.
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Old 04-28-2007, 07:54 PM   #1685
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same here....i use the 3racing one too, decent quality too, looks exactly like kawahara one as well...i'll reccomend it.
im using the 3r as well.
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Old 04-29-2007, 03:00 AM   #1686
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what kind of bearings would you guys recommend for v-one rrrlastic sealed or metal sealed?which are the best except from the ceramic ones.i have found the KM bearings at a very good price.what's your opinion?
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Old 04-29-2007, 08:25 AM   #1687
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metal shields have a tendency to spin more freely than rubber/plastic. avid has a good stock of inexpensive bearings www.avidrc.com
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what kind of bearings would you guys recommend for v-one rrrlastic sealed or metal sealed?which are the best except from the ceramic ones.i have found the KM bearings at a very good price.what's your opinion?
Metal sealed is bester smaller loading !
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Old 04-30-2007, 03:01 PM   #1689
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Which motor is faster Sirio .12 T3,Sirio .12 T5 or Team Orion .12 CRF?
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Which motor is faster Sirio .12 T3,Sirio .12 T5 or Team Orion .12 CRF?
Sirio has more torque than the Orion you would have to decide on the 3 port or the 5 port
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Metal sealed is bester smaller loading !

i'll probably go for the metal shield ones from KM RACING.I checked tha AVID website,but the shipping cost is higher than i had expected.thanks guys
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i'll probably go for the metal shield ones from KM RACING.I checked tha AVID website,but the shipping cost is higher than i had expected.thanks guys
3 RACING $25 ONLY OK ?
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How man mah receiver pack to you guys use for your kyosho v-one RRR

1200mah , 1400mah, or 1600mah. Also what does each one mean as far as performance goes.
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Sirio has more torque than the Orion you would have to decide on the 3 port or the 5 port
Thanks a lot Martinez.I Bought the Sirio but i see both of the engines and i think that the CRF if faster.Maybe i have bad settings.

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How man mah receiver pack to you guys use for your kyosho v-one RRR

1200mah , 1400mah, or 1600mah. Also what does each one mean as far as performance goes.
You will be more then fine with a 1200 mAh even in the mains, it's probably more lightweight than the others too.
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