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Old 02-02-2003, 11:39 AM   #1
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I have a question for you guys, should I buy a V1S or a Pirate 10SE?

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Old 02-03-2003, 02:07 AM   #4
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Hi,

I have a question for you guys, should I buy a V1S or a Pirate 10SE?

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Durability/Raceability/Upgradability = V-one-S
There is no comparison

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Old 02-03-2003, 05:36 AM   #5
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Old 02-13-2003, 02:46 PM   #6
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Thank you so much for the advise

I've just got myself a V1S, YES a V1S

I have set diffs with the 30000 mugen diff oil up front and 10000 mugen diff oil in the rear (I hope this setting is correct)
BTW, which air filter is good for gs15r, can I use trinity 100 or 90 silicone shock oils with the original springs?

I have heard the "dogbone falling out" issues, is there a fix for this?

ps; u guys are great!
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good work

a fix for the doggy's falling out (which rarely happeneds) just to put 1 O ring in each side of the diff where the dogbones go in, this spaces them out and keeps them moving back to far, u can also use fuel tube
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ohh yeah the dogbone shit?
thats annoying when it comes loose.
as sausage suggested, place a small cut of fuel tube to prevent it from jigglying around too loose.
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I use fuel tubin' to hold the doggy bones in too . Only because I lost the O-ring .

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V ONE S RACER ,are you holding a series of race for the next KUYOSHO WORLD CUP? DO YOU THINK WE CAN STILL USE V1S for the next WORLD CUP? IM HERE IN THE PHILS.
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ohh yeah the dogbone shit?
thats annoying when it comes loose.
as sausage suggested, place a small cut of fuel tube to prevent it from jigglying around too loose.
T0203 (mtx2) mugen doggies go in and wont fall out.

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Dumb question, is V1S a RTR? I can't remember. What aspects of this car is adjustable in stock trim?

I might get a gas car for my older brother. Might give him my V1r/rr, but I doubt he will ever learn how to run it properly, so I'm thinking about a V1s for him.
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V ONE S RACER ,are you holding a series of race for the next KUYOSHO WORLD CUP? DO YOU THINK WE CAN STILL USE V1S for the next WORLD CUP? IM HERE IN THE PHILS.
I'm holding a series of races for the next Kyosho World Cup.... in the street out the front of my house (kidding)!

But seriously... I dunno where you got that idea from .
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lol?

whered that come from?

sure the last kyosho world cup was held at my place :P
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lol?

whered that come from?

sure the last kyosho world cup was held at my place :P
You are so full of shit....everyone knows it was held in my bath

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