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Old 03-19-2007, 07:50 PM   #1351
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I am running a rrr with titanium 2spd shaft. How do I keep the shaft from fusing together with the collar at the end of the shaft. The collar on the 2spd side of the shaft where the tightner screw is located. This happend with the 3racing and also with the Kyosho shaft.
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You want to use anti-seize grease, which neutralizes the natural chemical reacton between titanium and other metals. I use the Finish Line brand. You might be able to find it in a bike shop.
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Old 03-19-2007, 08:23 PM   #1352
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he means its get stuck on
kept happening to me so i ended up going back to stock shaft
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Hey thanks for the quick replies. I have been using the anti-seize on my gears I will try on shaft. Hey Dred it does not look to be welded just feels like it. When this happened with the piece of 3racing shaft I would have to use a lighter to heat up the collar and then it could be removed, PITA (pain in the ...) and very hot.
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Hey thanks for the quick replies. I have been using the anti-seize on my gears I will try on shaft. Hey Dred it does not look to be welded just feels like it. When this happened with the piece of 3racing shaft I would have to use a lighter to heat up the collar and then it could be removed, PITA (pain in the ...) and very hot.
oh, oh yeah I know what you mean. Yeah that happens to me too...you said fused and I thought like the metal melted together

Anyway yeah try some of that grease used on bicycle parts. Any quality bike shop that carrys repair products should have it. I used to use it when I raced BMX on any part you want to be able to remove easily. Mostly on the threads of bolts and nuts. I thought of it like the opposite of loc-tite.
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Old 03-19-2007, 09:32 PM   #1356
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Hey thanks for the quick replies. I have been using the anti-seize on my gears I will try on shaft. Hey Dred it does not look to be welded just feels like it. When this happened with the piece of 3racing shaft I would have to use a lighter to heat up the collar and then it could be removed, PITA (pain in the ...) and very hot.

What is happening is your one-way is freezing up and damaging the shaft because the collar will spin on the shaft in turn fusing them together...when running this shaft pay special attention to your one-way and make sure it is constantly clean and lubed periodically......actually you should do this with the original shaft as well...

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talking about one-way
what lube do you use? and for thrust bearing?
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Old 03-19-2007, 11:20 PM   #1358
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mugen super grease works best
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Is there an online version of the V-One RRR Evo WC manual available (31260)? The latest one I could find is 31259.

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Old 03-20-2007, 07:57 AM   #1360
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Grease.. it can be used in one-way? maybe it will slip or not?
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Is there an online version of the V-One RRR Evo WC manual available (31260)? The latest one I could find is 31259.

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I have not seen it posted at Kyosho America or Kyosho Japan.
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Grease.. it can be used in one-way? maybe it will slip or not?
Thanks dude
You are right.
Only the special purpose "one way bearing oil" must be used. The reason is that static electricity may appear by any other type of lubricants. Static electricity will cause the metal cylinders to go away from each other, meaning that they will all move to the outer ring of the bearing body, due to the electric forces and the one way bearing will not work.
Since I have not yet found such an oil from Kyosho, I use the Serpent one, which I recommend. Only 1 or 2 drops are enough, because more will have the same bad results like any other lubricant. I clean the 1st gear one way every 15 - 20 minutes of play and the front one way at the end of each racing day. I did not have any failure of those bearings for more than a whole racing season.
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racers edge makes great oneway lube
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Old 03-20-2007, 09:56 AM   #1365
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I have a question and I have spent the past 2 weeks trying to figure this one out and not look like a dumb butt for asking....

How do you measure the UpStop and DownStop on the RRR EVO?
Droop for the front, how do you change it? I understand how to change it on rear of the car, but I can not figure out the front.

I know these are pretty dumb questions, but I can not figure it out....
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