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Old 10-24-2006, 11:04 PM   #586
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doki: seems like the rollbar mounts are exactly the same on our old RR rollbar mounts, i still have them, think it will fit?
that is what i noticed haven't really tested it since i already sold my v1r
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Old 10-24-2006, 11:11 PM   #587
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do the v-one rrr springs fit the rrr evo shocks ?
well, the v-one rrr springs will fit the v-one rrr evo springs. the v-one rrr springs is a bit bigger in diameter compared to the v-one rrr evo springs. also, the v-one rrr springs are a bit shorter compared to the v-one rrr evo springs. i have used the v-one rrr springs on my v-one rrr evo and didn't have any problems with it
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Old 10-25-2006, 08:12 AM   #588
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Yes , you set both 1st and second tight , they will break in after a run or two. They will last a long time this way also. If you take your motor out , just set the mesh the same way again , it will not have to break in again. I use the Aluminum pinions . They wear which is a good thing when setting your mesh with this method.
good thing you had refresh our method of meshing the gear and the spur....
I always worry of tighten both together and strip the spur... and i always do meshing with sweating around ... and luckily only encounted once strip incendent due forget to tighten the engine screw onto the chassic....
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jus return from jpn and heard that the RRR EVO WC will be release soon.

hope to have any1 suggestion b4 picking up the EVO kit or shsll wait for the release.

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Old 10-27-2006, 06:13 PM   #590
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Hello all.....

I'm new to the RRR and was wondering if there are any posted setups for Vegas or Revelation. I normally run 1/8 so a diff in the front is new to me. If there are any links please lmk. Also I was at Vegas last week and Atomics car was dialed. Has he posted the setup he ran at Vegas? Thanks
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Hello all.....

I'm new to the RRR and was wondering if there are any posted setups for Vegas or Revelation. I normally run 1/8 so a diff in the front is new to me. If there are any links please lmk. Also I was at Vegas last week and Atomics car was dialed. Has he posted the setup he ran at Vegas? Thanks
check on the kyosho america web site theres a few set ups marc cruz & sal defazio hope it helps its for vegas
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Old 10-27-2006, 07:20 PM   #592
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jus return from jpn and heard that the RRR EVO WC will be release soon.

hope to have any1 suggestion b4 picking up the EVO kit or shsll wait for the release.

thanks
IMO, Chris T. ran a WCE with a Evo conversion kit at the IFMAR Worlds. So did others. Just checkout the photos of their cars. Take note that they are using the laydown servo and the WCE top deck. I have no idea who ran what Kyosho is calling the "RRR Evo WCE". Maybe Adrian Bertin??

Here is a link to the RRR Evo WCE (No. 31260) and the list of parts:
http://www.kyosho.com/jpn/products/r...duct_id=100433

You can use this site to translate the page:
http://babelfish.altavista.com

I'll add the Evo WCE to my "Kit Info" page once the instructions are out.

Tim Johnson: Maybe you can find out for us who ran this car at the IFMAR Worlds...
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As for changing the gears , the plastic I dont change very often. I ran a set for the whole 2 weeks at the worlds , a southwest series race and now the whole Paris Race this past week. The first gear pinion is the only one that really wears. I ran one for the races above , but put a new one on for the Paris main.

Thanks Rich -The Car was just that easy to drive , it did most of the work.
I hope that kyosho will make a harder material for the pinions. First gear really
wears fast. Just like what atomic have told us
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I hope that kyosho will make a harder material for the pinions. First gear really
wears fast. Just like what atomic have told us
That's why a lot of us use the steel ones.
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That's why a lot of us use the steel ones.
well, lets hope that kyosho will include the steel pinions in the once they release the so called v-one rrr evo wce version
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That's why a lot of us use the steel ones.
does it affect the initial power of the engine? like the take off the car
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does it affect the initial power of the engine? like the take off the car
well, there is no effect on the initial power of the engine. the only benefit you get using steel pinions is that it last longer than the aluminum ones
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does it affect the initial power of the engine? like the take off the car

although aluminum is slightly lighter than steel, the difference is negligible. YOu'll get the same performance with more durbality of the pinions.
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That's why a lot of us use the steel ones.
Can someone post a link to the sample of the steel ones.

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Can someone post a link to the sample of the steel ones.

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no bad our LHS didn't carry steel ones.....
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