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Old 11-06-2006, 07:51 PM   #631
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My RRR Evo WCE arrived today...

First new Onroad for over 6 years.....
welcome home take your shoes off & stay a while
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enjoy da ride.............
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Thanks guys,

Man the costs add up, I've now spent $1300AUD in prepping this thing to go together, although about $200 of tht is in bits and pieces for converting the old car to pullstart as well.

Now I just hope that once built it's quicker than the old one....
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Hi guys, what settings recomended for a track with low traction?
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Thanks guys,

Man the costs add up, I've now spent $1300AUD in prepping this thing to go together, although about $200 of tht is in bits and pieces for converting the old car to pullstart as well.

Now I just hope that once built it's quicker than the old one....
You can bet that its quick! Its very very quick!
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Hi guys, what settings recomended for a track with low traction?
In my opinion I would start by softening the suspension, lowering the roll centers and going to 10k in the rear diff. You may want to try a front diff or solid front axle. It all depends upon your driving and what you consider "low traction".
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Hi guys, what settings recomended for a track with low traction?
As Jag said, lower your roll center. but dont set it a the lowest possible, slowly lower it and observe any improvements. There is a sweet spot for the roll center depending on how low your traction is. Front diff is also a good option. In our track, we used 50k on the front and 10k on the rear. Basically harder on the front. For shocks try 40wt on all four and have softer springs on the rear. Or maybe you can have leser schock wt on the rear shocks and use the stock evo springs, i use 20wt. start out with a 2 degree camber on all four wheels then increase if you notice your tires coning with larger diameter on the inside. try 8mm ride height on the rear and 7mm on the front.
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start out with a 2 degree camber on all four wheels then increase if you notice your tires coning with larger diameter on the inside. try 8mm ride height on the rear and 7mm on the front.
u mean decrease when coning gets larger inside?
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As Jag said, lower your roll center. but dont set it a the lowest possible, slowly lower it and observe any improvements. There is a sweet spot for the roll center depending on how low your traction is. Front diff is also a good option. In our track, we used 50k on the front and 10k on the rear. Basically harder on the front. For shocks try 40wt on all four and have softer springs on the rear. Or maybe you can have leser schock wt on the rear shocks and use the stock evo springs, i use 20wt. start out with a 2 degree camber on all four wheels then increase if you notice your tires coning with larger diameter on the inside. try 8mm ride height on the rear and 7mm on the front.
I would also start with a lot of rear toe-in... maybe 4 degrees and then decrease it until the handling starts to suffer.
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jag did you race that sedan race down there
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No I didn't. Unfortunately, I didn't have the time. I raced at the state race the week before... got my butt kicked. That is a great track.
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In my opinion I would start by softening the suspension, lowering the roll centers and going to 10k in the rear diff. You may want to try a front diff or solid front axle. It all depends upon your driving and what you consider "low traction".
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As Jag said, lower your roll center. but dont set it a the lowest possible, slowly lower it and observe any improvements. There is a sweet spot for the roll center depending on how low your traction is. Front diff is also a good option. In our track, we used 50k on the front and 10k on the rear. Basically harder on the front. For shocks try 40wt on all four and have softer springs on the rear. Or maybe you can have leser schock wt on the rear shocks and use the stock evo springs, i use 20wt. start out with a 2 degree camber on all four wheels then increase if you notice your tires coning with larger diameter on the inside. try 8mm ride height on the rear and 7mm on the front.
Thanks, Im use 30k rear diff, i`m try 10k, and more toe, and i tell you.
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Hi Guys,

As mentioned, I have received my RRR Evo WCE, however the supplement it came with is in Japanese.

One is the setup sheet which I downloaded off Kyosho America, but the other (see attached pic) I think might be either a setup guide or some such. Does anyone have an English version they can send me or I can download? I assume it would be very similar, or the same, as one provided in the Evo or WCE kits

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