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Old 08-02-2006, 12:22 PM   #166
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Old 08-02-2006, 12:50 PM   #167
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The conversion kit comes with the top carbon plate, plastic parts, shocks, aluminum brake pully, new material spur gear 61/56 and new disk brake.

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Old 08-02-2006, 01:04 PM   #168
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For sharp read "Completely worn out and should have been changed 4 hrs of racing ago"

These have aprox 2 h of use, they should last longer isn't?
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Old 08-02-2006, 01:40 PM   #169
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These have aprox 2 h of use, they should last longer isn't?
The initial RRR pinons are made with soft material so it wear out fairly quick. Kyosho has offered optional steel RRR pinons as alternative. Kawahara also makes steel pinons for the RRR. The steel ones should last you longer granted the mesh is properly set.

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I will try those, thanks for the info!
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Old 08-08-2006, 05:05 AM   #171
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Did anybody try to put something to cover or protect the RX from side bump? I'm planning to cover my RX with Bubble wrap.
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Old 08-08-2006, 05:15 AM   #172
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Did anybody try to put something to cover or protect the RX from side bump? I'm planning to cover my RX with Bubble wrap.
Not sure if it will fit, but you could try the one from the MTX4 / MTX3. When the I had an RR Evo this is the cover I used.
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Old 08-08-2006, 07:27 AM   #173
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The initial RRR pinons are made with soft material so it wear out fairly quick. Kyosho has offered optional steel RRR pinons as alternative. Kawahara also makes steel pinons for the RRR. The steel ones should last you longer granted the mesh is properly set.

Kyosho:
VZW215-xx (1st)
VZW066-xx (2nd)

Kawahara:
Z-1815 0.8M (15T)
Z-1816 0.8M (16T)
Z-1817 0.8M (17T)
Z-1820V 0.8M (20T)
Z-1821V 0.8M (21T)
Z-1822V 0.8M (22T)
Z-1823V 0.8M (23T)
And if your really stuck for speed Shooters do a 24T 2nd speed pinion

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Old 08-08-2006, 07:32 AM   #174
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Did anybody try to put something to cover or protect the RX from side bump? I'm planning to cover my RX with Bubble wrap.
An RX box from a 1/8th XR8 will fit and its water tight
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Did anybody try to put something to cover or protect the RX from side bump? I'm planning to cover my RX with Bubble wrap.
Bro,
You can use gpx4 cover
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Did anybody try to put something to cover or protect the RX from side bump? I'm planning to cover my RX with Bubble wrap.
The one from MTX-4 fits perfectly. This is what I am currently using.
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Old 08-08-2006, 04:09 PM   #177
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Does anybody tested the new pad and brake disc? Stopped fading?
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Does anybody tested the new pad and brake disc? Stopped fading?
i highly suggest the team magic "real brakes" option part.. never fades, but i heard the stock evo pads works fine, how's yours KOREVO?
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i highly suggest the team magic "real brakes" option part.. never fades, but i heard the stock evo pads works fine, how's yours KOREVO?
Thanks for your reply. I don't know exactly what I do.. I have plans to convert my stock RRR to EVO, and I noticed the way that the brake disc is fit has changed, now is by two pin like the Evolva. So I will have only one option, the app2 from Evolva. But one thing I must solve now, the fading problem. Maybe in the future Kfactory relaese his new model for the EVO. What do you think?
thanks one more time
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Old 08-08-2006, 11:55 PM   #180
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I'm new to this group. Just finished the build on a new rrr evo and the stock setup seems pretty wacky. My rear suspension is EXTREMELY stiff. Anyone else experienced this? Normally I like to start with stock and adjust to my liking as I "experience" the car. When compared to the Mugen, Serpent, etc....way too stiff. I'm afraid I'll visit my favorite wall on my first run Looks like the rearend would tend towards letting go on any track. Thanks in advance for any of your input.
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