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Old 02-15-2007, 08:19 PM   #1216
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As stated by Ivan, you can use the ones from Mugen (I believe they come in 2 sets, upper and lower T0809 & T0810... I think) or you can get titanium screws from Kyosho. They come in boxes of 8. I just bought some today.
jim r u putting Mugen parts on your k-car?
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Jim ~ You get the Mugen screws or the Kyosho screws??
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Old 02-16-2007, 07:03 AM   #1218
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jim r u putting Mugen parts on your k-car?
Hell no! I got the Kyosho screws.
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Screws don't matter to me as long as your fast and beating a mugen.
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Old 02-16-2007, 04:24 PM   #1220
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Is there a downloadable RRR evo manual available? I lost mine.
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Is there a downloadable RRR evo manual available? I lost mine.


This is the direct link to the download in the Japanese version of the Kyosho.com Web site:
http://www.kyosho.com/jpn/support/in...errr_evo_m.pdf

It's in English and Japanese.

Why it's not in the English side is beyond me.

And it's not at the Kyosho America site either.
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Old 02-20-2007, 08:07 AM   #1224
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Huh? How come? Just saw it 2 weekends ago when we were having the club race
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Old 02-20-2007, 08:57 AM   #1225
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Guys: Is there such a thing as a titanium screw set made by Kyosho for the V-One RRR Evo? If there is, can you help me with the part numbers? Thanks If there is no such thing, what brand would you recommend? Thanks
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Old 02-20-2007, 09:46 AM   #1226
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Guys: Is there such a thing as a titanium screw set made by Kyosho for the V-One RRR Evo? If there is, can you help me with the part numbers? Thanks If there is no such thing, what brand would you recommend? Thanks
I don't think there is a titanium screw kit... what they have are titanium screws sold in packs. The packs I got were 8 screws, all the same size. So you would need to figure out how many of each type and size then buy the packs required. You could also use the Mugen titanium screw sets for the MTX-4. I don't know how many of them are the same but chances are most are similar. Mugen has 2 sets, 1 for the top and 1 for the bottom.

Let me know what you go with as I only got a few screws and need more. The Kyosho screws are hard to find. I bought all that PnP had.

If you need a list of screws, Rainer has that on his website.
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I cannot attest to the quality of these screw sets, but they do exist...

Square V1RRR Titanium Screws Set - $55.00 USD
- http://rc-mushroom.com/product_info....oducts_id=6666
- http://shopping.rcmodel.hk/product_i...c1ca8cc9023724

ATOMIC Full Titanium Screw Set 2.0mm Flat Head Screw (For Kyosho V1RRR) - $47.00
http://www.precisionrc.com/nv/car/pr...oduct_id=34623
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Guys: Is there such a thing as a titanium screw set made by Kyosho for the V-One RRR Evo? If there is, can you help me with the part numbers? Thanks If there is no such thing, what brand would you recommend? Thanks
I know you were asking for a titanium screw set,, but here's a link to a full conversion screw set for the RRR I found for a very good price. Check it out, you might be interested.

I have to remind you though,, it's not titanium

http://www.hexcrews.com/index.asp?Pa...ROD&ProdID=761
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I am so close to making my final desicion into switching brands, and I thouhgt I'd ask you guys for your honest opinions. Is there or are there any common problems with the RRR Evo WC that owners are facing and having to deal with??

To make my point a littler bit clearer, the MTX-4 for example has a major gear stripping problem. Some have figured out a way to stop it. Other didn't (such as myself.. ). I know quite a few guys with RRR's and they all seem to be very happy with the cars. What I'm asking for really is wether there are any hidden secrets or problems I don't know about in the car?

Now please don't start to praise the product simply because some of you guys own it. Let's not consider this a matter of pride,, but on the contrary a matter of pure and simple honesty.

Please remember that any comment given by someone without carefull thought could cost another person a lot of money. It happened to me before buying the MTX-4 and believe me,, you never want to feel the way I felt after remembering all the praising comments I got and never got a gear stripping comment although it was very common and widely discussed among a lot of forums. My bad luck was that I only discovered that after buying the car..
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I don't think there is a titanium screw kit... what they have are titanium screws sold in packs. The packs I got were 8 screws, all the same size. So you would need to figure out how many of each type and size then buy the packs required. You could also use the Mugen titanium screw sets for the MTX-4. I don't know how many of them are the same but chances are most are similar. Mugen has 2 sets, 1 for the top and 1 for the bottom.

Let me know what you go with as I only got a few screws and need more. The Kyosho screws are hard to find. I bought all that PnP had.

If you need a list of screws, Rainer has that on his website.
Thanks for the infomation.... Might purchase these items at my local hobby shop if they have them
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