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Old 11-02-2007, 12:08 PM
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Dont think you need Ti screw, I rather have light weight drive chain
You don't need either, but both have their benefits. Of course the light drive train helps with power transfer and acceleration. The lightweight upper screws help lower the center of gravity.

The lightweight drivetrain parts from Ybslowinc.com will be available very very soon.
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Old 11-02-2007, 12:30 PM
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how much weight could we save by using titanium screws?
I've done it and i saved a total of about 25-30 grams including every type of screw that the car has apart from the ball screws
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Old 11-03-2007, 04:37 PM
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how much weight could we save by using titanium screws?
It can save a lot of weight... you would be surprised.
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Old 11-03-2007, 09:58 PM
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Last night at the races I tried to install a front diff and had no luck at all. So I stuck with a front spool instead. Does anyone have any tips on installing a front diff. Ive read that you have to change the ackerman to the #11, but some guys at my track didn't change anything. Any tips would be appreciated.
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Old 11-04-2007, 09:41 AM
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When i used an diff i just took the one way out and the diff in. didn't had to change the ackerman.
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Last night at the races I tried to install a front diff and had no luck at all. So I stuck with a front spool instead. Does anyone have any tips on installing a front diff. Ive read that you have to change the ackerman to the #11, but some guys at my track didn't change anything. Any tips would be appreciated.
So far, I didn't change my ackerman when changing from one-way to spool to differential... The differential is a little bit hard to get into that small space and requires you to find a sweet spot when bolting it in...
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Who makes these bodies?
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Old 11-05-2007, 03:40 PM
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The middle body looks like a kawahara accord i think?
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Old 11-06-2007, 05:43 AM
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Originally Posted by grabs39 View Post
Last night at the races I tried to install a front diff and had no luck at all. So I stuck with a front spool instead. Does anyone have any tips on installing a front diff. Ive read that you have to change the ackerman to the #11, but some guys at my track didn't change anything. Any tips would be appreciated.
The original RRR you have to change the ackerman, but the Evo already comes with ackerman #11, so for the Evo you don't have to change anything, just put the front diff
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Default k factory brake disk

would this fit the RRR EVO???

part no. K1443
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would this fit the RRR EVO???

part no. K1443

Sorry for the double post,i forgot to mention that it is a G4S K FACTORY PART
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would this fit the RRR EVO???

part no. K1443
Yes, it fits.
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I need a chasis that is less flexable then the WC 3mm Both cars are almost the same few difference but the chasis looks the same. I have thought of making my own out of 4.5mm 7076 or even 5.5mm. but it might be easier to buy what the pro's use so I can be a better rc guy
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