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Old 04-03-2007, 02:10 PM   #1411
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tomorrow arrive V-0NE RRR EVO. KRF CHASSIS KIT
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Old 04-03-2007, 02:32 PM   #1412
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KRF = Kyosho Regional Final

I'm wondering if this is some type of spec car for the Kyosho World Cup...
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KRF = Kyosho Racing Factory, but it seems they don't really use that name anymore? I dont think its for an spec car as ther also use KRF in the part number from the kyosho tire truer.
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Old 04-03-2007, 04:40 PM   #1414
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KRF = Kyosho Racing Factory, but it seems they don't really use that name anymore? I dont think its for an spec car as ther also use KRF in the part number from the kyosho tire truer.
Maybe Tim Johnson can help us clear this up...

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Old 04-03-2007, 07:44 PM   #1415
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nevermind.
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Old 04-03-2007, 08:30 PM   #1416
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A bit of topic, sorry guys but hope you guys can help. Any one have any experience with H.A.R.D shark pipes? If so anyone know the diff of outlaw versus 5.2 mm. What is better for a sirio engine? Also lastly do people still use non-adjustable pipes (the ones with tubing between pipe and header? Are they okay? THanks
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Old 04-03-2007, 10:21 PM   #1417
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A bit of topic, sorry guys but hope you guys can help. Any one have any experience with H.A.R.D shark pipes? If so anyone know the diff of outlaw versus 5.2 mm. What is better for a sirio engine? Also lastly do people still use non-adjustable pipes (the ones with tubing between pipe and header? Are they okay? THanks
the outlaw pipe has a bigger diameter in the stinger & for the pipe rarely but you will see them for time to time
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Old 04-06-2007, 12:35 AM   #1418
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IS this configuration good? its not in the manual. A racer in our track is using this configuration and his car can handle intense aggresive driving and handles pretty well. Has anyone tried this?
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yes works fine, only way to add antisquat to rear of RRR that i know of.
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Old 04-06-2007, 02:43 PM   #1420
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Hello folks

I purchase a evo and i was wondering about when you guys wiring the servo-cables, do you make them shorter or bundle them? What do you guys think is the best way short them a little bit or bundle them?

Then I wonder about some of you bundle it and set the bounch of cables behind the servos if you look at the car from the reciever side of the car or the little room between the steering servo the and gas servo? Right know i fit it between the servos, but i donīt really like it. How do you guys do?

Then i wonder a 3rd thing
Which reciever saver fits best on the evo, from wich kind of brand?

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Pics of how i did the wires, took some time but it gives a clean look and prevents them from damage.
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Hello folks

I purchase a evo and i was wondering about when you guys wiring the servo-cables, do you make them shorter or bundle them? What do you guys think is the best way short them a little bit or bundle them?

Then I wonder about some of you bundle it and set the bounch of cables behind the servos if you look at the car from the reciever side of the car or the little room between the steering servo the and gas servo? Right know i fit it between the servos, but i donīt really like it. How do you guys do?

Then i wonder a 3rd thing
Which reciever saver fits best on the evo, from wich kind of brand?

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I have all my wiring under the top deck just take your time everything fits nice.
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hi people, got a question my car is understeering mid corner and exit,
setup is close to stock except
ive got
-locker
-lowered front and rear rollcenter
-10k rear dif oil
ive only had the car a couple of months and had these setting for a while (and going great)and i think i only noticed this prob now as im getting to know the car and pushing it harder
its a carpark track very tight and the turns im having troubles with are the reasonably fast ones, i also run 40s all round,
what would be my best option for more steering,
-ive heard for more steering Move the caster clips to the front of the upper arm (when using a front diff or spool). ?
-thicker rear diff oil?
-raise rear roll center? hope you can help, thanks Marty
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my car is understeering mid corner and exit,
what shock positions are you using?
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stock 2.5 front and 3 rear
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