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Old 01-21-2008, 01:23 PM   #2566
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Hi, can u suggest me some good link which explain the various and many settings for kyosho (camber.. degree..angles ecc)

and... what do you use in order to prevent the pipe-break from crashes? (i mean the end-tube)?

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oil shock 5oo, 2 hole
down stop 0
caster 1
toe out 2 'total'
camber 2, more stering 2.5
roll bar 35 degree
shocks spring blue
chasis height 6 with hudy sistem

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oil shock 500,2 hole
down stop 4
toe in 2L, 2R
camber 3.5
roll bar 45 degree ,adj,
shocks spring blue
chasis height 6 with hudy sistem
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Old 01-24-2008, 05:44 PM   #2567
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Default RRR Evo WC Manual

Last time I checked on the Kyosho website, there was still no RRR Evo WC manual for download!

Se here is a link to a scanned copy (~25MB):
http://rapidshare.com/files/86376514...RRR_Evo_WC.zip
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Old 01-24-2008, 09:42 PM   #2568
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Okay problem resolved, after numerous problems.

For V-One RRR owners you need the front universal drive shafts from the V-One RRR EVO WC, so they dont fall out from the cup joints. you also need the cup joints I mentioned earlier plus the internal gears.

You will need to replace the standard open end tie rods with ball cups and half ball cups plastic, then you also need to put some shims on either side of the fron diff casing to avoid lateral play.

For those upgrading from V-one RRR to evo wc that is.

Talk about a work out .... , wish kyosho would just put the part numbers required for diff setup.... For 3R Evo WC owners you only need the internal gears and cup joints....just dont forget to take out the plastic on the front pulley gear that was ca'ed in the beginning for both cars or you are going to get rubbing and miss alignment of the front diff.
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Old 01-25-2008, 04:29 PM   #2569
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Dowhile read the Hudy manual which you can pickup from the following website http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/pro...49be8d668c8eef 3rd one down or 4th one down.

For your pipe you can use some tig weld behind the stinger as extra support or put some jb weld or epoxy metal, something that can with stand high temperatures and stop the stinger from bending back.
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TQ bro..where or which website can i get this?
Doc56 I just baught the sirio clutch from pro-shop futaba in japan about 2 weeks ago I waited a couple of days for him to get stock of it. he might still have some
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Old 01-27-2008, 12:31 PM   #2571
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Hi,
as mentioned before, about RRR vs EVO, someone know why rear bulkhead changes too ?
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Old 01-27-2008, 05:27 PM   #2572
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as mentioned before, about RRR vs EVO, someone know why rear bulkhead changes too ?
With the new evo Bulkheads you get wider range of adjustments for camber gain and roll center fine tuning...hope this helps
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Old 01-28-2008, 06:52 PM   #2574
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Try kamikazetoysandhobbies.com, If they're not listed on the website, give him a call, he caan get them pretty quick.
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Old 01-28-2008, 07:11 PM   #2575
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where is the best place to get the Sirio Power Clutch?
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With the new evo Bulkheads you get wider range of adjustments for camber gain and roll center fine tuning...hope this helps


really helped, I've saw on manual of both too, thats it,
the WC uses an 2mm offset wheel as standard, and evo is ready for jaco 0 offset rims, swingshafts changes and comes with spacers ouside of rear hubs to do it, or it's done by the new rear bulkhead ?
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where is the best place to get the Sirio Power Clutch?
I saw at capricorn from EU, and one in F/S here in forum.
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really helped, I've saw on manual of both too, thats it,
the WC uses an 2mm offset wheel as standard, and evo is ready for jaco 0 offset rims, swingshafts changes and comes with spacers ouside of rear hubs to do it, or it's done by the new rear bulkhead ?
The bulkheads have nothing to do with the offset......EVO wc comes with the required cvds to run 2mm offset in the rear...front always uses 0 offfset...Kyosho also makes red box tires 0 offset just incase you want to use them instead off Jaco . if you would like to run 2mm offset pick vsw015 they will work on any rrr, rrr wc, evo and evo wc I like the 2mm offset for me it makes the car rotate and feel much more stable in the rear of the car
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I saw at capricorn from EU, and one in F/S here in forum.
Ive seen this clutch and it looks real nice but I dont think it is a sirio power clutch you might want to verify this before you order if you are specifically looking for Sirio.... hope this helps

P.S im in the process of finding them ill keep you posted.

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I saw at capricorn from EU, and one in F/S here in forum.
It's not the same as the Sirio clutch the capricorn bell is different the shoe/clutch disk is smaller than the Sirio you can't even combine them together.
myself & another teammate tried the capricorn & we both had the same issue it exploded on us we then put on the sirio power clutch & were still running it
the Sirio power clutch is available from kyosho but has to be ordered by the piece since Sirio has not sent them the full system I will try to post all the #
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