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Old 11-12-2006, 06:19 PM   #661
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It depends how your engine runs in a bigger track. if you see its too much time in high rpm without a good speed, so you should modifiy the gears (make it longer). You will understand when you hit the top rpm of your engine, and it has more 10m to go, and I won't hit more speed
Download set-up sheets in Kyosho site, get the ones from top drivers.. take a look in which track they are running with which gears
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Old 11-12-2006, 08:31 PM   #662
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Old 11-13-2006, 12:14 AM   #663
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ordered my Evo today.... now for the waiting game, for the car to get here..... <twidling thumbs already>
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Old 11-13-2006, 02:46 AM   #664
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Car is excellent
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Old 11-13-2006, 04:02 AM   #665
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I know this has probably been ask a hundred times but I will do it one more time. Were are the guys in the U.S. buying the EVO conversion kits from?
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Old 11-13-2006, 10:46 PM   #666
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I just bought the EVO... what would you guys recommend be the first upgrade i do to the car? Universals...etc etc



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Old 11-14-2006, 12:31 AM   #667
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I just bought the EVO... what would you guys recommend be the first upgrade i do to the car? Universals...etc etc



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I would recommend the following:
1. Universals (front and rear)
2. SP belts (front, side, rear)
3. Steel Pinions
4. Aluminum middle bearing block (kawahara, k-factory or Kyosho)
5. Hard brake pads (kawahara, k-factory or kyosho)
6. Rear graphite shock tower
7. Aluminum side stiffener
8. One piece engine mount
9. Aluminum brake bracket
10. Front graphite shock tower
11. Titanium screws, turnbuckles, shaft, etc
12. Aluminum brake lever
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Old 11-14-2006, 03:55 AM   #668
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I would recommend the following:
1. Universals (front and rear)
2. SP belts (front, side, rear)
3. Steel Pinions
4. Aluminum middle bearing block (kawahara, k-factory or Kyosho)
5. Hard brake pads (kawahara, k-factory or kyosho)
6. Rear graphite shock tower
7. Aluminum side stiffener
8. One piece engine mount
9. Aluminum brake bracket
10. Front graphite shock tower
11. Titanium screws, turnbuckles, shaft, etc
12. Aluminum brake lever
one thing i did was upgrade my stock evo to wce specs and got a few more goddies from kfactory and kawahara
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Old 11-14-2006, 04:06 AM   #669
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I just bought the EVO... what would you guys recommend be the first upgrade i do to the car? Universals...etc etc



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if you are on a tight budget, you dont need universals. Useful upgrades, i think would be steel pinion gears and Alum side stiffener. I run the my car with only these no universals almost plainly stock and I never had problems at all. I am very happy with the performance. but if you have money, what the heck, get them all...
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if you are on a tight budget, you dont need universals. Useful upgrades, i think would be steel pinion gears and Alum side stiffener. I run the my car with only these no universals almost plainly stock and I never had problems at all. I am very happy with the performance. but if you have money, what the heck, get them all...
how about break pads IFW324
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I need to puchase the Kfactory spool, anyone know were I can purchase it in the US? It is the "V1RRR Alum. One Piece 27T Front One Way / Solid Axle Set"
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Hey guys Im new here. If I were to get a regular v1rrr is the car still as good as the v1rrrwc and evo editions? Does kyosho have any plans of releasing a new model anytime soon to replace the v1rrr series? How is a jp .12fx engine sound to go with it?
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if you don't want any problems with your rrr and want easy maintenance then get the rrrEVO! It's worth the extra penny
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Hey guys Im new here. If I were to get a regular v1rrr is the car still as good as the v1rrrwc and evo editions? Does kyosho have any plans of releasing a new model anytime soon to replace the v1rrr series? How is a jp .12fx engine sound to go with it?
if i were you i would buy a rrrEVO and buy a cheaper engine like an OStz or a sirio evo3 non sti
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