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Old 10-15-2007, 09:50 PM
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what characteristics change when using the rear 2mm spacer behind the wheel hex as apposed to using no spacer and 2mm offset wheels?
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Old 10-15-2007, 10:04 PM
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what characteristics change when using the rear 2mm spacer behind the wheel hex as apposed to using no spacer and 2mm offset wheels?
I have driven both ways and when using the 2mm offset the Rear end feels to me more secure and stable under acceleration and cornering.
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Thanks for the web address. It looks like their website is still under construction (temporary homepage). I guess the only way I could order from them is by email at the moment.
The owner of twister tires is also an rctech member he is listed as kissimmercraceway good luck
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The owner of twister tires is also an rctech member he is listed as kissimmercraceway good luck
Thanks for the info.
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Old 10-15-2007, 10:38 PM
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Thanks Robert and Kamikaze Store. Can I clean the bearings first with electric motor cleaner or denatured alcohol? I do have remington oil, as I hunt so that wont be a prob. Which rear anti roll bar should I use (Adjustable or the single bar)? Can I use the solid spool with the front CVD's that come in the kit? Thanks again to Kamikaze for my kits and spools. Havent be able to find the kit and front spool in a while. Thanks again. John
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Originally Posted by robert maestrey View Post
I have driven both ways and when using the 2mm offset the Rear end feels to me more secure and stable under acceleration and cornering.

I have just changed the rear to have no 2mm spacer
i use kawahara zba wheels i believe they have a 1mm offset. i have 200mm track width so illsee how it goes this weekend
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Does anyone have a part number for the aluminum or titanium blue brake arm. Someone at the track I race at said, its a kyosho product.
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Old 10-20-2007, 07:30 PM
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Does anyone have a part number for the aluminum or titanium blue brake arm. Someone at the track I race at said, its a kyosho product.

It is a Kyosho product. VZW063 Aluminum brake lever, blue.
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Old 10-22-2007, 01:37 PM
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I had my second race of the Forgass Series this weekend at Kissimmee.
The Kyosho V1rrr evo WC, Murnan Jl Red dot and Werks racing fuel performed flawlessly was able the set TQ pace and fastest lap time for the weekend...unfortunetly for the other competitors the race was rained out giving me the Win. Kraceway always puts on a great show big shout out to Kevin and the Crew. Im really looking forward to this weeks Open Champs at Kraceway should be alot of fun. Thank you to all my Sponsors and Uriah Murnan thanks for the awesome pit work you had that JL flying Cya next week.
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Your car looked very good this weekend. Great Job and Congrats.
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Ybslowinc.com has some really good new parts coming very soon for our car. These are not bling but performance upgrades and should be available before the sedan nats.
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Ybslowinc.com has some really good new parts coming very soon for our car. These are not bling but performance upgrades and should be available before the sedan nats.
We will be releasing a lite-weight drivetrain kit for the RRR in a few days. This consists of a 2-speed shaft, front spool and mid shaft. The stock componants weigh in at 57 grams total and the YBslow parts weigh in at 19 grams total. This is a 38 gram savings in rotating weight which we recommend replacing with either our 42 gram or 60 gram brass battery trey.

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Originally Posted by YBSLOW View Post
We will be releasing a lite-weight drivetrain kit for the RRR in a few days. This consists of a 2-speed shaft, front spool and mid shaft. The stock componants weigh in at 57 grams total and the YBslow parts weigh in at 19 grams total. This is a 38 gram savings in rotating weight which we recommend replacing with either our 42 gram or 60 gram brass battery trey.

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How about some pics, in the meantime?
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Originally Posted by YBSLOW View Post
We will be releasing a lite-weight drivetrain kit for the RRR in a few days. This consists of a 2-speed shaft, front spool and mid shaft. The stock componants weigh in at 57 grams total and the YBslow parts weigh in at 19 grams total. This is a 38 gram savings in rotating weight which we recommend replacing with either our 42 gram or 60 gram brass battery trey.

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cool! i'm using front diff, are you going to do something to make it litter too?
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