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Old 07-16-2006, 11:22 PM   #16
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My pair of RRR's

One is equipped with an OS TZ 5P and the other, the new OS TZ 3P (OS Tuned)

Both cars are the exact same, except for a few minor (non mechanical) differences and the engines of course.

I am still breaking in the OS Tuned motor. As soon as I am complete, I will post my performance findings between both.

You will also find attached photos of some of the other cars I own.

Enjoy!
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Old 07-16-2006, 11:26 PM   #17
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My pair of RRR's

One is equipped with an OS TZ 5P and the other, the new OS TZ 3P (OS Tuned)

Both cars are the exact same, except for a few minor (non mechanical) differences and the engines of course.

I am still breaking in the OS Tuned motor. As soon as I am complete, I will post my performance findings between both.

You will also find attached photos of some of the other cars I own.

Enjoy!
I hope you can drive them as good as they look.
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Old 07-17-2006, 02:47 AM   #18
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Sweet RIDE!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 07-17-2006, 04:42 AM   #19
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I hope you can drive them as good as they look.
I pay just as much attention to my driving as I do, the care for these babies.

Some of the other guys on this forum will know the amount of questions I ask (and not ashamed too) because I want to know EVERYTHING there is to know about the RRR and driving them to victory every time. I am leading my local club points standing by miles.....but never take this as my measuring stick.

If I win this week by 10 car lengths, next week I need to win by 1/4 track and I push myself harder and harder. Now, I lap most persons by the end of a 5 min A-Main.

Knowledge is power and this forum sure is powerful.

I really love the RRR and try to understand why Serpent for example, seems to be doing better in alot of national championships in recent times and the conclusion I have come to is simply info, because these two cars are almost the same.

Serpent however, really goes out of their way to provide their customers (new or experienced) as much info as possible about assembly and setting up the car on their website. I read alot of this info to improve the performance of my RRR.

Heck, I only found out this week gone that the user manual for the 710 / 20 is in color and with alot more details. This was a nice surprise to the B&W of the RRR manual.

So, overall a serpent could come across as being a better handling car to some, but I simply think they are provided more details.

Something for Kyosho to think about.

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Knowledge is power and this forum sure is powerful.



So, overall a serpent could come across as being a better handling car to some, but I simply think they are provided more details.

Something for Kyosho to think about.
somthing for muge to think too as their car is very similar as well
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Old 08-08-2006, 01:23 PM   #21
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These are the bodies I got painted in Thailand for my pair of RRR's.

Let me know what you all think?

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Those bodies are so ILLEGAL to race............what a paint job and they deserve to be display at some hobby shows or at the store...PLEASE, don't use them to race....(Great work...you did those paint work..?)
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Hey dude! You have a got two nice cars
I saw that you use the brake disc and pads from Kfactory, how it compares to the stock one? Better braking feel? Stoped fading? I really want to buy it. If you could help me, I would be very thankful
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These are the bodies I got painted in Thailand for my pair of RRR's.

Let me know what you all think?

P.S. Team Kamakaze these are what I told you about.
It is an awesome paintjob, WOW ! Now all you need is add the stickers I gave you and post it again, I'm sure it will look even better, and also I can print out the picture and display it in my shop, it's an eye catcher !
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Hey dude! You have a got two nice cars
I saw that you use the brake disc and pads from Kfactory, how it compares to the stock one? Better braking feel? Stoped fading? I really want to buy it. If you could help me, I would be very thankful

Hi Jeff1,

Thanks for your comments.

Yes, I would highly recommend the vented brake disc and pads from K-Factory. No brake fade. Another "must buy" is the aluminum brake lever from Kyosho. This also improves brake performance drastically.
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Those bodies are so ILLEGAL to race............what a paint job and they deserve to be display at some hobby shows or at the store...PLEASE, don't use them to race....(Great work...you did those paint work..?)


Yes, I know they sure look like pieces of art for a showcase. But, the person who did this for me is very talented and I know he can produce alot more work.

These bodies have actually been raced already. But I also have a few spares put down as well.
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It is an awesome paintjob, WOW ! Now all you need is add the stickers I gave you and post it again, I'm sure it will look even better, and also I can print out the picture and display it in my shop, it's an eye catcher !
Thanks!

Yes, I will try to find a good spot on it for your stickers and email you some photos.
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These are the bodies I got painted in Thailand for my pair of RRR's.

Let me know what you all think?

P.S. Team Kamakaze these are what I told you about.
Nice paint job
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i like the paint jobs on the others much better. way to busy.
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