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Old 12-07-2006, 07:01 AM   #766
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NEW VONE RRR EVO PART RELEASED

VZW223

THIS WAS USED BY THE FACTORY DRIVERS IN THE RECENT WORLDS
Checked the kyosho site the part # is not listed yet
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I rebuilt my shocks twice already using vacuum pump (I do take time on this because I want it to be perfect) I even swap left to right shocks just to see if that make the problem. I will check the linkages again today. I wonder if the linkage length from the servo to the steering bellcrank does make any difference? At the moment my servo arm is set 90deg vertical and the rod is set so that the you can see the screw under the hole when you look at from the top of upper deck.
i only had that problem when i was running front tires with both of them having different diameters. hmmm. how about try checking your front width and make sure that each side is of equal length with the other side with respect to the center.
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Old 12-07-2006, 08:59 AM   #768
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NEW VONE RRR EVO PART RELEASED

VZW223

THIS WAS USED BY THE FACTORY DRIVERS IN THE RECENT WORLDS
hmm...what's the advantage or benefit that one gets using this part?
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Old 12-07-2006, 03:20 PM   #769
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I rebuilt my shocks twice already using vacuum pump (I do take time on this because I want it to be perfect) I even swap left to right shocks just to see if that make the problem. I will check the linkages again today. I wonder if the linkage length from the servo to the steering bellcrank does make any difference? At the moment my servo arm is set 90deg vertical and the rod is set so that the you can see the screw under the hole when you look at from the top of upper deck.

Also make sure your epa is correct on your radio....maybe the throw on your servo is more to one side then the other..hope this helps
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Old 12-07-2006, 03:24 PM   #770
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hmm...what's the advantage or benefit that one gets using this part?

looks like the advantage is maintenance....you will be going from a plastic pulley sitting on a pin that will wear to a pulley attached to a pulley adapter then fastened onto the shaft via a set screw..
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Old 12-07-2006, 03:29 PM   #771
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Grinder or anyone else im just still a little confused on where to make the changes for roll center on the front and rear of car, attached is couple of pics, on front where do you normally change rc A or B (or some where else if im wrong).
and rear C,D or E. and same as above please let me know if im way off the mark. thanks marty

Front you have A to adjust roll center.....
Rear C D E all have certain affect on your roll centers when adjusted....
hope this helps.....
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Old 12-07-2006, 07:50 PM   #772
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[QUOTE=ianhobbies]NEW VONE RRR EVO PART RELEASED

VZW223

THIS WAS USED BY THE FACTORY DRIVERS IN THE RECENT WORLDS[/QUOTE

Looks like pulley from my Evolva.
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Also make sure your epa is correct on your radio....maybe the throw on your servo is more to one side then the other..hope this helps
Actually my EPA is more to the right about 96% than left 82%.
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Actually my EPA is more to the right about 96% than left 82%.
Hi,
Try to achieve almost 0 subtrim by adjusting the length of the bar (which connects the servo arm with the servo saver) and try the servo arm to be located vertically when the wheels are centered. If not, dettach it and attach it to another position. Then verify that the arm and the bar do not touch anything when they move.
After you achieve the correct center position you can set the EPA correctly.
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Old 12-08-2006, 09:26 AM   #775
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looks like the advantage is maintenance....you will be going from a plastic pulley sitting on a pin that will wear to a pulley attached to a pulley adapter then fastened onto the shaft via a set screw..
thanks the evo kit came with a 21T aluminum pulley where the brake pins are also attached to it and is held in place to the main shaft with a set screw. i can't really picture out how this new part is gonna be used
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thanks the evo kit came with a 21T aluminum pulley where the brake pins are also attached to it and is held in place to the main shaft with a set screw. i can't really picture out how this new part is gonna be used
if you look on the main shaft there is a extra slot set for the new pulley
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I have purchased 0 offset tires... Jaco... I know this was the wrong tires for this car, but has anyone ran these? What can I expect? I see I need to trim off 1mm to 2mm on the inside in order for it to clear the links... Anything else I need to be aware of? Of should I just toss them and get 2mm offset?
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I have purchased 0 offset tires... Jaco... I know this was the wrong tires for this car, but has anyone ran these? What can I expect? I see I need to trim off 1mm to 2mm on the inside in order for it to clear the links... Anything else I need to be aware of? Of should I just toss them and get 2mm offset?
Hi There,

I have run 0 offset tyres without problem, they dont seem to rub!

For the record, I bought the longer rear unis, the VSW007 (or something like that) and they are really good as the dogbone is the same length but the axle is longer and it comes with a 2mm spacer for each side, so you dont have to change the geometry to go between the standard and wide uni's.

I bought them for about $20us from RC Champ in Japan, well worth doing if you want to run 0 offset tyres...

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if you look on the main shaft there is a extra slot set for the new pulley
i could see the slot. is the pulley aluminum? from the looks of it, it looks like it is made of plastic material. i might be wrong
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I have purchased 0 offset tires... Jaco... I know this was the wrong tires for this car, but has anyone ran these? What can I expect? I see I need to trim off 1mm to 2mm on the inside in order for it to clear the links... Anything else I need to be aware of? Of should I just toss them and get 2mm offset?
i have also tried using the jaco 0mm offset tires for the rear. the problem now is that you will have difficulty running the car with the 200mm trackwidth. if you get the 2mm offset, it is much easier. no more trackwidth to adjust. another thing that you can do is to put 2mm spacers between the rear hub and the 0mm offset wheels. this gives you an additional 2mm width on each side so as to meet the 200mm trackwidth hope this helps

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