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Old 06-14-2007, 01:24 AM   #1861
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I am currentlybuilding the kyosho v-one rrr evo wce. I am on page 9 of the manuel. Where I am constructing front upper suspension. I am having trouble understanding how I am suppose to align the suspension bush. my question is do I use the same suspension bushes for the left upper suspension as the right upper suspension and do I place them in any particular alignment. recall there to types of suspension bushes. bush A and bush B. I am going to post pictures. can some one please help. I basically need some one to tell me which suspension bush I have to you (A or B), which way I have to allign the bush right side up or upside down. I have attached a pisture as to which step it is in the manuel. it is step six. I basically need somone to walk me through this step.


Which ever bush you decide to use, (A upper, B upper, B lower, A lower) use the same bush setting for front and back. These bushes effect the front roll center of the car.

There are only two bushes, it just depends on which way you mount them as to which setting you want for eg. the 'A' bush is both A upper or A lower, it just depends which way you mount it into the bush holder. this one bush will give you both the highest and lowest rollcenter available.

Hope i didnt confuse you too much...

check out some setup sheets from pro guys or other local racers for an idea of what settings to run on which tracks.
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Old 06-14-2007, 01:30 AM   #1862
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Ok, so the cover off the MTX4 will fit?
its a direct fit
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Old 06-14-2007, 03:49 AM   #1863
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Which ever bush you decide to use, (A upper, B upper, B lower, A lower) use the same bush setting for front and back. These bushes effect the front roll center of the car.

There are only two bushes, it just depends on which way you mount them as to which setting you want for eg. the 'A' bush is both A upper or A lower, it just depends which way you mount it into the bush holder. this one bush will give you both the highest and lowest rollcenter available.

Hope i didnt confuse you too much...

check out some setup sheets from pro guys or other local racers for an idea of what settings to run on which tracks.
some guys do set their "bush" different i.e. B upper for FR and B lower for REAR...and they r very fast...for me i've tried both ways and i find my settings and driving suits the like the one u mention...
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he was only talking about the front... dont confuse the poor guy to much

I also do play with the rear bushes sometimes to make anti-squat if a little extra fine tuning is needed.

I agree that B upper for front or and B lower rear would be a good starting point to work from (depending on grip levels and track size of course).
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For now, set it up as the setup sheet suggests. After driving the car you can determine the most suitable for yourself and the track conditions.
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Which ever bush you decide to use, (A upper, B upper, B lower, A lower) use the same bush setting for front and back. These bushes effect the front roll center of the car.

There are only two bushes, it just depends on which way you mount them as to which setting you want for eg. the 'A' bush is both A upper or A lower, it just depends which way you mount it into the bush holder. this one bush will give you both the highest and lowest rollcenter available.

Hope i didnt confuse you too much...

check out some setup sheets from pro guys or other local racers for an idea of what settings to run on which tracks.
so let me get this straight what ever bush setting I decide to use for front suspension. I should use it for the front bush and rear bush of the suspension and same setting for both the left and the right suspension.
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Old 06-14-2007, 09:14 AM   #1867
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hi guys i am looking at a new engine for my rrr, as ive been told that the os speed tuned wont keep up at Queensland titles at england park race way in australia, ive been told that the new novarossi 353 is one of the fastest out there and the ninja engine has been mentioned to be pretty quick too, what do you guys recomend
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Old 06-14-2007, 07:44 PM   #1868
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i got a mr.12 t01a on my v-1 rrr evo.
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Old 06-14-2007, 09:08 PM   #1869
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i too am looking for a new engine to pair with my RRR.....at present i 'm using the TZ3 with a mod crankcase( is still strong)....anyway just wanted to try other engine, in my mind at the moment is the LL3 , STI3...anyway still cannot decide whichor maybe get another TZ....
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I have had the ninja and tz's...must say the tz's might has a bit more lowend, but anywhere that ninja can open up.......its gone!
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I have had the ninja and tz's...must say the tz's might has a bit more lowend, but anywhere that ninja can open up.......its gone!
i think i know what u mean...coz i've raced with those awesome plant...couldn't keep up with them on the straights
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hey guys. anyone familiar with the spring ratings such as the gold and light blue? thanks
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hey guys. anyone familiar with the spring ratings such as the gold and light blue? thanks
go to www.kyoshoamerica for the manual on the WCE I don't have the old manual & I know it is pretty close for certain springs
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hey guys. anyone familiar with the spring ratings such as the gold and light blue? thanks
Take a look at this:


Note: The new Evo springs aren't on this chart.
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