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Old 11-07-2007, 05:34 PM   #2371
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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
Kyosho got an option chassis for the RRR which is stiffer than the stock one.
but remember, having a stiffer chassis does not necessarily going to make you a better driver.
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Old 11-07-2007, 08:51 PM   #2372
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thanks I saw that one. I just ordered the 3Racing 4mm chassis. I have too much flexing with the stock chassis. In my novice class I came in 2nd. I ran a short track with a high gear ratio I used at Kissimee race tack last year. Oh I use 40% barons fuel =). I just added some shims to the OS TZ 12 3port because I saw some pitting on the piston. I love this car!!!!!!
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Old 11-07-2007, 09:06 PM   #2373
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Hi wanna-b-faster

Try not to waste your money on hopups. The rrr is perfect out of the box and remember if the worlds top drivers dont use the hopup why should you ?

If see you look at the cars setups from the world you will see they are mostly using the stock setup.

Good luck !
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Ive just put the evo top deck back on my evo rrr but the clearance between the servo plug on the throttle servo and the mount for the steering servo is very tight.

I use futaba 9451 servos. im thinking of grindingaway a bit of the plastic from the steering servo mount.

What have you people done to clear this?
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Old 11-08-2007, 02:18 AM   #2375
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Ive just put the evo top deck back on my evo rrr but the clearance between the servo plug on the throttle servo and the mount for the steering servo is very tight.

I use futaba 9451 servos. im thinking of grindingaway a bit of the plastic from the steering servo mount.

What have you people done to clear this?

I had to dremel a fraction out of mine to clear the cable of fouling i use the ace digital servos.

PS. are you and ron going to the mingara cup this weekend?

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Old 11-08-2007, 03:31 AM   #2376
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Thanks Chris

No, i have my neices christening sunday and rons 2nd baby is due this weekend.

sux to miss out
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Old 11-08-2007, 07:48 AM   #2377
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Guys need help here. Which one is for the rear ? UJ Rear?

Kyosho VSW007 Universal Swing Shaft
Kyosho VSW015 Universal Swing Shaft
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Guys need help here. Which one is for the rear ? UJ Rear?

Kyosho VSW007 Universal Swing Shaft
Kyosho VSW015 Universal Swing Shaft
Both. VSW007 allows you to use 0mm off-set tires. VSW015 allows for 2mm off-set tires.
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Both. VSW007 allows you to use 0mm off-set tires. VSW015 allows for 2mm off-set tires.
Ohh..!! Thanks kewdwg.
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Old 11-09-2007, 08:22 PM   #2381
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it's my dads car, waiting for his 2607 pipe.
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Old 11-12-2007, 09:33 PM   #2382
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Ok i need some help i am having trouble with the front droop screws on my car i adjust my droop with these screws but after about 3 or 4 race meets i need to replace the swarbar mounts because the droop screws chew them out. I heard from some one on the forrum somewhere that droop is supposed to be adjusted through the cams on the swaybar mounts and the droop screws are set and left but i cannot see how this is done. any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Ok i need some help i am having trouble with the front droop screws on my car i adjust my droop with these screws but after about 3 or 4 race meets i need to replace the swarbar mounts because the droop screws chew them out. I heard from some one on the forrum somewhere that droop is supposed to be adjusted through the cams on the swaybar mounts and the droop screws are set and left but i cannot see how this is done. any help would be greatly appreciated.

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The set screws are in the very front of the left and right bulkheads. They screw down through the bulkheads and contact the swaybar mount. I'm curious as to how you're chewing out the mounts? I've haven't experienced that problem, at all. Are you using the correct set screws?
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it's my dads car, waiting for his 2607 pipe.
where did you get these carburator nipple cover?
Nice car. Mine is almost the same, but I use older upper deck and shocks. The JL with 2D clutch is the killer
When using 2607 the header will touch the body as its very big.. my body has marks .. please see if you have this problem
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where did you get these carburator nipple cover?
That is the same as your antenna cap.
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