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Old 12-24-2006, 01:57 PM   #1
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Can you all tell me what are the differences between the V-ONE RRR Evo and the V-ONE RRR Evo.WC Team Edition ??

And what would it cost to move from the basic Evo to the WCE Evo ???
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Old 12-24-2006, 03:09 PM   #2
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Alrighty, here is the xtras:
Sealed bearing (6x10x3mm) x 2 <BRG022>
9 Ball screw <FM337>
Adjustable rod set <SPW5>
Universal swing shaft (rear) <VSW015>
Muffler stay holder <VZ086>
Drive washer set <VZW010>
Universal shaft set (RRR) (front) <VZW219>
SP Drive belt 189 (RRR) F <VZW201>
SP Drive belt 384 (RRR) M <VZW202>
SP Drive belt 180 (RRR) R <VZW203>
FRP Battery plate (V-ONE RRR) <VZW208>
FRP Middle plate (V-ONE RRR) <VZW212>
Aluminum Collar (2mm) <W0142>
Shock ends <W5015>
3D Lightweight flywheel (33mm/VS029) <VSW043>
Titanium coated shock shaft (30) nut type <W6002>
Hollow middle shaft (V-ONE RR Evo.) <VZW056>
Rear adjustable stabilizer set (RRR/RRR Evo.) <VZW204>
Lightweight 1st gear housing (V-ONE RR/RREvo./FW-05) <VZW064>
One-piece engine mount <VZW065>
Carbon front shock stay (RR Evo./RRR) <VZW064>
* Number inside < > is item number.
I think the price difference is like $100 Aud.
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Old 12-27-2006, 08:13 PM   #3
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If it's within your budget, get the WCE Evo. The universals and one-piece engine mount are "must haves" for the RRR and the other upgraded parts are nice to have from the start. In the long run, it's worth the extra money.
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Thanks guys for all the information, I will try for the WCE, it seems I will save in the long run
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If it's within your budget, get the WCE Evo. The universals and one-piece engine mount are "must haves" for the RRR and the other upgraded parts are nice to have from the start. In the long run, it's worth the extra money.
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It sure does look like a great package. Am waiting for it to be sold here so i can upgrade from my VoneSIII. What do you guys think is the best controller package for this setup (M11 vs PKsuper vs Ex10 helios) and what is a good engine /tune pipe combo?
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Well, EVO WCE is my choice. It already includes lots of hop-ups that you will need in the long run. It cut down on the cost since getting the hop-ups parts piece by piece will cost more
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It sure does look like a great package. Am waiting for it to be sold here so i can upgrade from my VoneSIII. What do you guys think is the best controller package for this setup (M11 vs PKsuper vs Ex10 helios) and what is a good engine /tune pipe combo?
As for the engine, I would recommend getting the NOVAROSSI PLUS 12-3SCT with the NOVAROSSI 2630 tune pipe and 5 fins or 6 fins or 7 fins manifold depending on the track you are running This engine means business especially when you plan to join races. I have also used the OSSpeed TZ engine with OSSpeed 1040 L52 pipe. Still a fast motor and very easy to tune As for radio, it now depends on the feel when you hold it in your hands. Personally, I like the Futaba radios. Fits my hand well and has an added feature of built-in failsafe
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Try our Sirio engines and pipes. Excellent combination when used together!!
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Hi, i am still browsing for my first nitro kit, i saw V1rrr wce, evo and evo wce. what are their major diffrence? the wce kit i saw is around aprox usd350 same price as evo, the evo wce is kind of expensive at usd475
Is the v1rrr wce still a worthy car to get? or the evo will be better than the wce (not evo wce). thanks

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Hi, i am still browsing for my first nitro kit, i saw V1rrr wce, evo and evo wce. what are their major diffrence? the wce kit i saw is around aprox usd350 same price as evo, the evo wce is kind of expensive at usd475
Is the v1rrr wce still a worthy car to get? or the evo will be better than the wce (not evo wce). thanks

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The RRR WCE is still very worthy. If you drove both cars, you probably wouldn't notice the difference.
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If anybody knows where there is a new EVO WCE kit available, PM me please and let me know.
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i would reccomend the evo over the rrr wce cause the shock springs and bodies are much better in the evo than the wce. also in the evo the main shaft is easier to pull apart and the brake pulley doesn't wear out like the plastic one did on the wce.
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