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Old 11-29-2006, 03:35 AM   #736
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Old 11-29-2006, 08:50 AM   #737
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Old 11-29-2006, 09:20 AM   #738
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Pnp Hobbies.....Palm bay, Florida....has full stock of Kyosho parts
www.pnphobbies.net check them out they carry everything youll need.. #PH: 321-723-7318
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Old 12-04-2006, 05:43 AM   #739
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i finally installed the kfactory aluminum servo mounts i just got mad when the screws that came the the kfactory aluminum servo mounts were too short i had to look for the right length of screws so that i could install them oh well, what's done is done...

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Old 12-04-2006, 06:31 AM   #740
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got these kyosho upgrade parts:
kyosho aluminum brake lever
kyosho SP belts (front, middle, rear)
kyosho lightened clutch bell

will install them when i find time



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Old 12-04-2006, 06:39 AM   #741
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i also have the following kawahara and kyosho parts that are waiting to be installed:
kawahara aluminum wheel hubs (wide)
kawahara side brace
kawahara brake bracket
kawahara steel 2nd pinion gear (21T)
kyosho steel 1st pinion gear (16T)




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Old 12-04-2006, 09:46 AM   #742
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I tested the RRR Evo WC with front solid yesterday. Compared to the RRR WC the EVO seemed to have more steering, yet it was planted very well still. Maybe the front shock pistons with 2 holes contributed to this. I had to take away some steering with kit tires. I made the front bar stiff, and the rear bar flat. This helped. I then put my rear shocks in the second to bottom hole. The car was money. I was able to take the sweeper full throttle, the car transitioned very well through the chicane. The Evo seems to me to be a little more nimble than the regular RRR.

On another note I tried the Kyosho Torsion Diff for the RRR. The diff works by locking up the wheel that is loaded. If you are turning right the left rear gets all the power so the right rear does not unload. I found the diff to be very unpredictable through the switchbacks. In the sweeping turns the car was extremely stable, and almost pushed, whereas with the standard diff the car would rotate on around under hard acceleration. I will have to play with it some more, but laptimes were definitely slower with the torsion diff.
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I tested the RRR Evo WC with front solid yesterday. Compared to the RRR WC the EVO seemed to have more steering, yet it was planted very well still. Maybe the front shock pistons with 2 holes contributed to this. I had to take away some steering with kit tires. I made the front bar stiff, and the rear bar flat. This helped. I then put my rear shocks in the second to bottom hole. The car was money. I was able to take the sweeper full throttle, the car transitioned very well through the chicane. The Evo seems to me to be a little more nimble than the regular RRR.

On another note I tried the Kyosho Torsion Diff for the RRR. The diff works by locking up the wheel that is loaded. If you are turning right the left rear gets all the power so the right rear does not unload. I found the diff to be very unpredictable through the switchbacks. In the sweeping turns the car was extremely stable, and almost pushed, whereas with the standard diff the car would rotate on around under hard acceleration. I will have to play with it some more, but laptimes were definitely slower with the torsion diff.
Do have an over all setup that you can post. That would be great if this is good setup than it might work for others to try. Also what are you track conditions like. high low bumpy smooth thanks for anymore info you can give.
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Old 12-05-2006, 06:41 AM   #744
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Do have an over all setup that you can post. That would be great if this is good setup than it might work for others to try. Also what are you track conditions like. high low bumpy smooth thanks for anymore info you can give.
I just used my standard base setup.

Front Camber -2.5 R&L
Rear Camber -3.5 R&L
Ride Height F=4mm R=5mm
Track Width F=198 R= 199
Rear Toe in = -2.5
Front Toe Out +1.0
Front Shocks all the way down
Rear Shocks One hole from bottom
Stock Evo shock pistons and springs
Solid Axle in front
30.000 oil in rear diff
Ackerman = 11
Outside bottom rear camber link ( I want to play with this still)
Stock Gearing
Rear Roll Cernter One up from bottom
Front Roll Center One down from top
Front Swaybar verticle
Rear Swaybar Flat
Stock Castor
Stock Droop

Basically that is it. I would like to try the white springs. I always seem to like the stiffer springs. Seems to make the car more direct most tracks as long as there is decent traction. The Stock red brakepads felt very good. I have the APP, but I don't see the need as of now. I used the Modified LS3 engine. The power comes on very smooth. The car is easy to control out of the corners with the LS3. Works good with my trigger finger. I was using the 2630 with short header. The medium header will really make this engine pop of the line, but traction was meduim to low so no need.
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Why do you have to do so much to this car to make it fast.

its just me Jeff just stiring it up with you.

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Hey Grinder, my setup is almost identical -I run the rear roll 1 down from top Give the top middle hole a try

You might like to try the Kyosho TCD diff with std silicone oil rather than that smelly black stuff they come with - start with 10k.
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Hey Lue and Guys, what effect does changing your steering ackerman on your servo have?
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on your servo saver, sorry..i currently run a 10, what will going higher do?
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Shouldn't you be at school? LOL!

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Hey Grinder, my setup is almost identical -I run the rear roll 1 down from top Give the top middle hole a try

You might like to try the Kyosho TCD diff with std silicone oil rather than that smelly black stuff they come with - start with 10k.
I will definitely try the 10k. Thanks.
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