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Old 05-25-2006, 08:28 AM   #91
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The big question is still the servo position. What performance issue are they addressing by making this change? Is it a throttle/brake issue? That existing servo guard is somewhat of a nuissance. It can't be CG, because that would have been worked out during initial development - or one would at least think so.
CG's, centeralisation have all been mentioned. The trade off between the lower CG and the heavier part of the server sitting out are approximately the same. AFM is on the right path i believe but just didnt see the complete picture.

On the laydown version the heavier section of the servo sits higher and further out. Just moving the heavier section inwards helps a little with the roll change. But standing the servo up also puts the heavier area right down on the chassis so the CG is slightly lower than it would be with the laydown servo and the mass weight is closer to the centerline. Improvement on both areas if even only marginal.

Laydown is only an advantage on the steering servo as the heavy section is moved a considerable amount lower. The heavier section might be moved further out but this will help with balancing against the position of the engine and pipe.
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Old 05-25-2006, 08:55 AM   #92
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Pictures courtesy of MickeB in the RRR thread:

http://www.geocities.jp/hobbyshows/j...uoka/rc/05.htm
Looks like, the not many parts have changed. RRR conversion to RRR evo would be easy.
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Old 05-25-2006, 09:33 AM   #93
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It's almost impossible that factory allowed their drivers to use "old" car
yeah i think so
there is no point using old car as KYOSHO need to show that the new car is better
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It's almost impossible that factory allowed their drivers to use "old" car
ok, then i think i have to wait fot the RRR EVO WCE as Ickvanovs says
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Old 05-25-2006, 06:56 PM   #95
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ok, then i think i have to wait fot the RRR EVO WCE as Ickvanovs says
The EVO cannot be called a WCE because it won't be a World Champion... unless they release it after and it wins.
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The EVO cannot be called a WCE because it won't be a World Champion... unless they release it after and it wins.
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Old 05-25-2006, 08:10 PM   #97
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Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but Adrien Bertin won the FEMCA 2006 1/10th On Road Championships in Taichung, Taiwan with a V-ONE RRR EVO this past weekend. The car is already a proven winner, just like the rest of the RRRs.
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In case you didn't notice, R/C Advisor Champ is taking pre-orders for the RRR EVO:
http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?t=115585

Retail Price : 45150 YEN = $402.22
Street price: Send them an email
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Rear camber link inner postion has more adjustment available...
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Rear camber link inner postion has more adjustment available...
Thanks. It's the first time I think I've seen a picture from that angle. I still think that KM Group's part is better, only because you eliminate the binding with the swaybar and you have an additional hole for adjustment.
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if you have already put all the option parts onto your wce then i wouldnt bother with the evo. just my opinion........
Yep, agreed as well

I have purchased so many upgrades for my WCE and still have more on order.

Don't know if the EVO will be much of an improvement for me at this point, but I sure like the Aluminum rear drive pulley.

I will sure be ordering this for my RRR.
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Rear camber link inner postion has more adjustment available...
So much for my new aluminum bulkheads.
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So much for my new aluminum bulkheads.
Not necessarily.
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Where can I get or buy front diff assy or diff unit for ( V-one rrr)??
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