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Old 12-30-2006, 07:11 PM   #886
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Does anyone have the part number for the Blue Springs?
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Old 12-30-2006, 11:48 PM   #887
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Does anyone have the part number for the Blue Springs?
The evo shock springs come in 3 different shades of blue I'll look it up in my manual
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Here are the part numbers for the blue springs:

VZ242-4516 Front Spring Light Blue (4.5-1.6)
VZ242-4517 Front Spring Blue (4.5-1.7)
VZ242-4518 Front Spring Dark Blue (4.5-1.8)
VZ243-4516 Rear Spring Light Blue (4.5-1.6)
VZ243-5017 Rear Spring Blue (5.0-1.7)
VZ243-5518 Rear Spring Dark Blue (5.5-1.8)

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Old 12-31-2006, 12:54 AM   #889
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The evo shock springs come in 3 different shades of blue I'll look it up in my manual
I'm looking for the blue springs that come on RRR EVO WE.... Which I think is the light blue.
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Old 12-31-2006, 01:00 AM   #890
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I'm looking for the blue springs that come on RRR EVO WE.... Which I think is the light blue.
The springs that come with the kit is the blue colored spring as stated in the manual. Oh, I just own the EVO kit and not the EVO WCE
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Old 01-02-2007, 04:29 AM   #891
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I would like to share my experience with the 3racing delrin spur gears. I replaced the stock rrr evo with the 3racing 61t delrin spur gear. I've been using it for quite some time now probably more than a month. It has probably experienced more than 20tanks. I was doubtful at first about this product since i had bad experiences with 3racing parts. I gave this a try anyway. As long as they properly molded the delrin gear everything would be fine. So far, the delrin gear held up to my expectations. No signs of wear so far and it looks like it can last longer. One thing about this is that it is much cheaper than the stock rrr evo spur gears. I might buy delrin 2nd spur gear in the near future and give it a try.
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FritzD: When are you going to use your lightened steel pinion gears and the lightened clutch bell?
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Old 01-02-2007, 05:32 AM   #893
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FritzD: When are you going to use your lightened steel pinion gears and the lightened clutch bell?
As soon as my
kfac pinion gears wear down... hehehehe

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Old 01-02-2007, 04:01 PM   #894
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kfac pinion gears wear down... hehehehe
Hehehe Well, from the looks of it, it still has a long way to go
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Old 01-03-2007, 07:23 AM   #895
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Finally manage to squeez some time to make changes to front spool... been sitting in my Drawer for quite a while...
Year 2007, Here I come .....

oopsss.... my is still a WC not Evo...wrong thread.... but still RRR rite ?


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I would like to share my experience with the 3racing delrin spur gears. I replaced the stock rrr evo with the 3racing 61t delrin spur gear. I've been using it for quite some time now probably more than a month. It has probably experienced more than 20tanks. I was doubtful at first about this product since i had bad experiences with 3racing parts. I gave this a try anyway. As long as they properly molded the delrin gear everything would be fine. So far, the delrin gear held up to my expectations. No signs of wear so far and it looks like it can last longer. One thing about this is that it is much cheaper than the stock rrr evo spur gears. I might buy delrin 2nd spur gear in the near future and give it a try.
Where did you order the 3racing spur gear
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www.rc-mushroom.com
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I just finished my evo but i have a hard time trying to fit the receiver. I run a Kopropo kr302f receiver which is smaller than the mounting plate. I used double sided tape but i am afraid it will come loose when running the car. So does anyone has some mounting tips or pictures of there setup with that size receiver.
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I just finished my evo but i have a hard time trying to fit the receiver. I run a Kopropo kr302f receiver which is smaller than the mounting plate. I used double sided tape but i am afraid it will come loose when running the car. So does anyone has some mounting tips or pictures of there setup with that size receiver.
I use the same rx, should not be any problem. I only use double sided tape. For added security, you can put a dab of shoe goo on the rx mount and the rx after you mounted it with tape. One thing I also do is to cut a section of bicycle inner tube and wrap it around the receiver and the mounting plate. So in case if the shoe goo/double sided tape fails, you still have something to hold it. Also it prevents dirt/grime and fuel to get to your rx.

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