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Old 08-07-2007, 06:25 PM   #2071
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I used the spool axle from the v-one s 3 all weekend at a state championships at the 2006 worlds track and i did over 200 laps and its still in awesome condition.

give that a try and its only cheap
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Old 08-07-2007, 07:23 PM   #2072
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Stay away from the Atomics, they are real weak and the outdrives will snap the block off inside itself. 3Racing ....well all the 3racing stuff for the Mugen was real cheap and didnt last long..so I can imagine its not different for the kyosho. If it were me, I would get Kyoshos spool, I have one and it is AWSOME, then 2nd I would get the Kfactory.
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Old 08-07-2007, 10:18 PM   #2073
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Hi Guys,

I'm looking at getting a spool for the front of my EVO and was wondering if anyone has tried the 3 racing solid front axle, Atomic multi drive front axle, or the K-Fatory multi drive axle. Would appreciate any info on these parts.

Thanks in advance.
I've been using the new Multi-diff from Atomic for the last couple of months. It's construction is far better than the 1st edition they released. It's a lot stronger, too. As Kaotickc mentioned, the 1st edition was not very well constructed and broke on the inside. The new version is far superior to the old one.
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Old 08-07-2007, 10:44 PM   #2074
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Ya, my Atomic didnt look like that, so it was a 1st gen. Still though...if you want a spool only, you cant go wrong with kyoshos. Its awsome quality, and the keep it simple idea is the best to me. No small parts to lose or break, or wear out...and they are only $25 +/-.

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Old 08-07-2007, 10:48 PM   #2075
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im Using a G4 Spool had to mill it down some but it works great Joe G told me how to do it and im happy
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Nah... I like having the option of going from a spool to a one-way by just removing 2 pins - instead of having to take the front end apart. Plus, you'd only pay an additional $3.00 for the Atomic Multi-Diff! It's a no-brainer, my friend.
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Old 08-07-2007, 11:31 PM   #2077
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ive been using the k factory locker/one way for ages and is great, just push orings to side and putin or take out the pins to change locker/ one way, and push orings back and your done, plus the bonus of 27 t aluminium cog built in
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ive been using the k factory locker/one way for ages and is great, just push orings to side and putin or take out the pins to change locker/ one way, and push orings back and your done, plus the bonus of 27 t aluminium cog built in
Yeah, the new Atomic Multi-Diff has the same design with the addition of the blue aluminum sleeve that covers the pins - sans the aluminum pulley, though. I guess you can't have it all. Come to think of it - I have the aluminum 27T pulley laying around somewhere. Maybe, I'll swap it with the stock plastic pulley I'm currently using.
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Use the plastic pulley. Less rotating weight. That is the only thing I don't like about the k-factory oneway/spool is that I can't run the stock plastic pulley.
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How will the car's characteristics be when u apply the spool? Pls advice me...TQVM
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How will the car's characteristics be when u apply the spool? Pls advice me...TQVM
You have more controled breaking unlike with a 1way if you break real hard you spin out!!!
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Use the plastic pulley. Less rotating weight. That is the only thing I don't like about the k-factory oneway/spool is that I can't run the stock plastic pulley.
Good point, Scott. Thanks for the input!
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anyone know where I can find a rrr evo conversion kit in the u.s. and how much?
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anyone know where I can find a rrr evo conversion kit in the u.s. and how much?
Try this:
http://www.shopkyosho.com/product/pa...2069.22388.0.0
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thanks for the link. Man 215.oo is a little to expensive for me. I thought the conversion was suppose to come with the newer shocks? I didnt see them pictured. know of anyone else that has it besides the kyosho website that may be cheaper?
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