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Old 02-18-2008, 07:33 AM   #2626
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So Kev what were those setup tips? and how did they solve your issues?
its always good to hear tips from factory drivers
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Old 02-18-2008, 07:34 AM   #2627
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So Kev what were those setup tips? and how did they solve your issues?
its always good to hear tips from factory drivers
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Old 02-18-2008, 07:34 AM   #2628
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So Kev what were those setup tips? and how did they solve your issues?
its always good to hear tips from factory drivers
Tie rods were bent & setup was way off another driver whole suspension was binding tire split,camber,droop,toe was way off basically a complete resetup & after each qualifier gearing the setup towards there driving style I will post some helpful item # that alot of drivers don't even know kyosho makes for the RRR that are very essential
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Old 02-18-2008, 02:40 PM   #2629
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So Kev what were those setup tips? and how did they solve your issues?
its always good to hear tips from factory drivers
When I say setup tips..I'm referring to how to properly setup the car. Things most people already know. Among other small tidbits of info...centering my steering. Before, instead of properly adjusting my linkages... I just trimmed it on my radio.
I haven't been driving on-road long enough to really know my issues. I figured I would just drive the kit setup until I adjusted my driving to "drive the setup". Those setup changes(camber and toe) worked wonders...the car was easier to drive fast.
Its all a learning process right now...
It felt great to consistently run faster lap times
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Old 02-19-2008, 12:33 AM   #2630
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Default Titanium screw package/Hex Head for RRR evo WC?

Fellas does anyone know if a Titanium screw package exist for the RRR evo WC in HexHead?????
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Fellas does anyone know if a Titanium screw package exist for the RRR evo WC in HexHead?????
yeah i know atomic rc has one, so does 3racing, and so do capricornrc.com
All three of them have it and im sure there are others
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Old 02-19-2008, 04:02 PM   #2632
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I purchased the atomic titanium screw set from rcmart.com
shaved about 35g from the car. includes every screw exceptfor the 4 in the diff cases.
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Old 02-22-2008, 08:44 PM   #2633
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Hi,

Need a little help/info on the steering bellcrank..which gives more ackerman effect #10 or #12?..Or..put another way, which # gives more initial steering and which gives more mid corner steering.

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HI!have any of you try the 3mm 3racing chassis?i had bent the stock one and i had buy the special one from kyosho.i run in low traction road and it do not help.how the 3racing compare with the stock one?are the same?durability?flexing?
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HI!have any of you try the 3mm 3racing chassis?i had bent the stock one and i had buy the special one from kyosho.i run in low traction road and it do not help.how the 3racing compare with the stock one?are the same?durability?flexing?
as a former owner i would not run anything other than the factory chassis the material may not be as high a quality just my opinion maybe SCOTT FISHER can give you more insight im just a rookie
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as a former owner i would not run anything other than the factory chassis the material may not be as high a quality just my opinion maybe SCOTT FISHER can give you more insight im just a rookie
Great advice!!!!
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HI!have any of you try the 3mm 3racing chassis?i had bent the stock one and i had buy the special one from kyosho.i run in low traction road and it do not help.how the 3racing compare with the stock one?are the same?durability?flexing?
The gold chasis you are talking about is for high traction tracks it is much stiffer than the stock for that reason it won't flex enough for low bite tracks.
Not a 3 racing fan I would stick to the factory stock chasis just stay away from the curbs I don't think there is a chasis out there that won't bend from a direct curb crash
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HI!have any of you try the 3mm 3racing chassis?i had bent the stock one and i had buy the special one from kyosho.i run in low traction road and it do not help.how the 3racing compare with the stock one?are the same?durability?flexing?
Keep the car as stock as possible.....if anything just try and lighten the drive train...which will help with acceleration...try to use Kyosho factory parts they work.. hope this helps
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Any one know where i can get a screw kit for this car?

preferably not rcscrews, as postage to Australia is threw the roof........
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Any one know where i can get a screw kit for this car?

preferably not rcscrews, as postage to Australia is threw the roof........
G'day Paul. Rc-mart have them . You made the move to gas aswell mate
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