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Old 09-10-2006, 08:46 AM   #331
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was about to use the team kyosho shimo brake disc for the v1r/v1rr/v1rr evo on the v1rrr evo while i was assembling it and found out the that brake disc was bigger in diameter compared to the one that came along with the kit. you might have some clearance problem with carb if you use that..
tnx for checking man!

btw, m.schumacher announces his retirement..
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Old 09-10-2006, 06:53 PM   #332
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tnx for checking man!

btw, m.schumacher announces his retirement..
no problem ...saw it when he annouced his retirement last night's formula 1 race well, he's getting older though and it's better to retire knowing that you are still capable of beating the new young drivers out there
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Old 09-10-2006, 09:53 PM   #333
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Unrelated to the thread...

It is ultra hard to say goodbye when you are on top of your game. With the advantage of spec Bridgestone tires, Michael could easily be winning yet another Drivers Championship next year. As a Tifosi myself, it's truly a bittersweet day. MS will be missed.

It's been a bad couple of weeks.... Andre (Agassi) said goodbye to the tennis world, and now Michael.

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Old 09-11-2006, 07:31 AM   #334
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the brake pads are way much better compared to the older one. much consistent braking with this one
i should had change to that instead of the black harden pad.... experiencing fading braking on the black pad even i change to a new one....
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Try these.... did some testing with them last Sat. Stopping power is incredible! My brake was 60% on my radio and now it's 20%!!!

No fade AT ALL!!!

http://www.shopatron.com/product/pro...2069.16509.0.0

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i should had change to that instead of the black harden pad.... experiencing fading braking on the black pad even i change to a new one....
You know what to do! Check the spec!!
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Try these.... did some testing with them last Sat. Stopping power is incredible! My brake was 60% on my radio and now it's 20%!!!

No fade AT ALL!!!

http://www.shopatron.com/product/pro...2069.16509.0.0

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thanks i think ill try them also
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Old 09-12-2006, 04:22 AM   #338
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Try these.... did some testing with them last Sat. Stopping power is incredible! My brake was 60% on my radio and now it's 20%!!!

No fade AT ALL!!!

http://www.shopatron.com/product/pro...2069.16509.0.0

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would try for that....
Btw guys, correct me if i wrong in doing this, when after i fully tighten the brake screw, i just unscrew 1 1/2 turn after that , rite ? And i using Pad spring as well....
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Try these.... did some testing with them last Sat. Stopping power is incredible! My brake was 60% on my radio and now it's 20%!!!

No fade AT ALL!!!

http://www.shopatron.com/product/pro...2069.16509.0.0

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woah...that brake pad looks pretty tough one of our local racers had his brakes bonded at a local brake shop using materials similar to the one used in rear cars results was great with consistent braking for a cost of a $2 only
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Old 09-12-2006, 04:37 AM   #340
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woah...that brake pad looks pretty tough one of our local racers had his brakes bonded at a local brake shop using materials similar to the one used in rear cars results was great with consistent braking for a cost of a $2 only
doki: try the kfactory "real brakes" for the RRR
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Finally, I shimmed it too.
Thanks everybody
any result/ comment after shimming that??
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I am interested in picking up an RRR but I am confused as to how many versions there are and which one is the latest. Going back to sift through this and the other RRR thread...well no way you know. So can someone please post about the latest version and what the differences are. From what I know there is the WCE version and the EVO right? Someone help here. Thanks
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I am interested in picking up an RRR but I am confused as to how many versions there are and which one is the latest. Going back to sift through this and the other RRR thread...well no way you know. So can someone please post about the latest version and what the differences are. From what I know there is the WCE version and the EVO right? Someone help here. Thanks
The WCE is the best bang for the buck. The evo does not come with all the goodies YET.
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I am interested in picking up an RRR but I am confused as to how many versions there are and which one is the latest. Going back to sift through this and the other RRR thread...well no way you know. So can someone please post about the latest version and what the differences are. From what I know there is the WCE version and the EVO right? Someone help here. Thanks
My Web site has the difference between the 3 models. The link is in my signature.

The WCE is out of production. If you can get one, it's going for cheap. The Evo has some nice upgraded parts, but there are a few things you would want to upgrade right out of the box to make your life easier.

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Thanks for your time in posting this information. Greatly appreciated.
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