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Old 07-18-2007, 02:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Ice_nl View Post
The bodies are protoform stratus 3.1.



I made a flat spot an a titanium rear axle from my rrr wce so i could use it in the evo because of the different brake pulley. And besides removing all the useless parts and some titanium screws the weight came down quite easily. I also used an receiver battery with 1050mah instead of the 1400mah i used to run as the 1050mah pack was 25! grams lighter.



Tnx, The paint job was done by solid grafics. The blue one is mine and the red white blue one is from a friend.
Nice... It's such a waste to bash those beautifully painted bodies during the race...
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Old 07-18-2007, 02:43 PM
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Originally Posted by kewdawg View Post
Yeah, the key is to stay on top of the pulleys. We all tend to overlook them. Worn pulleys will shorten the life of any belt.
I agree with you. What I do is that I take apart the pulleys after 2 to 3 run sessions at our tracks. Some small particles may be lodge between the teeths of the pulleys. With those small suckers stuck in betweem, your SP belts or even the regular belts get worn out easily... Also, if I'm get lazy, I just replace the pulleys with brand new ones. Getting a new set of pulleys are cheaper compared to getting a whole set of SP belts... Just my 2 cents...
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Originally Posted by doki_doki View Post
I agree with you. What I do is that I take apart the pulleys after 2 to 3 run sessions at our tracks. Some small particles may be lodge between the teeths of the pulleys. With those small suckers stuck in betweem, your SP belts or even the regular belts get worn out easily... Also, if I'm get lazy, I just replace the pulleys with brand new ones. Getting a new set of pulleys are cheaper compared to getting a whole set of SP belts... Just my 2 cents...
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Old 07-19-2007, 09:07 AM
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Hi guys,

Can you tell if this part the k factory brake disc (K1901) fits the Evo? Cuz it seems that the Evo has a different brake stopper


http://www.kfactoryracing.com/produc...1901&pageNum=3
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Originally Posted by Ramiel View Post
Hi guys,

Can you tell if this part the k factory brake disc (K1901) fits the Evo? Cuz it seems that the Evo has a different brake stopper


http://www.kfactoryracing.com/produc...1901&pageNum=3
This disc won't work with the RRR EVO, the EVO have a different brake hub that uses pins.
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Old 07-19-2007, 09:24 AM
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It won't fit because the Evo brake disk is hold by pins.. this disk is for RRR In my experience if you want a better disk than stock you should look for APP02-1
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Thanks for the quick reply.
One last question about this: can I change the brake hub for the old RRR in the Evo?
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Old 07-19-2007, 11:47 AM
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Yes, you can. But you have to change the gearbox shaft VZ227, brake pulley VZW205 and 18T pulley VZ203 also you need two 2x11mm pins 92051
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Thanks Jeff
The only problem is that I already bought this disk. I'll see if I can get those parts to put it in the car.
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Old 07-19-2007, 12:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Ramiel View Post
Hi guys,

Can you tell if this part the k factory brake disc (K1901) fits the Evo? Cuz it seems that the Evo has a different brake stopper


http://www.kfactoryracing.com/produc...1901&pageNum=3
maybe... this product(K1349,MTX-4 Hardened Vent Brake Disc)

will fit on RRR-evo


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Originally Posted by gansei View Post
maybe... this product(K1349,MTX-4 Hardened Vent Brake Disc)

will fit on RRR-evo


Have anyone ever tried this?
Thanks for the tip gansei
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I had this on my MTX-4... It works great... But reduces the lifespan of the Brake pads alot...
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Originally Posted by Riketsu View Post
I had this on my MTX-4... It works great... But reduces the lifespan of the Brake pads alot...
Did you use with the k factory pads or the stock ones?
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I've found this one fits the Evo:

G4 Lightweight Vent Brake Disc
Item No : K1443
http://www.kfactoryracing.com/produc...1443&pageNum=1
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I have the car setup with all the rollcenter spacers at the highest setting, the hole in the top, what would be the effect of setting them to the bottom?
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