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Old 02-22-2002, 11:09 AM   #1621
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I was wondering if anybody had part numbers for the front bumper and rear body mounts for the V one RR. I really don't need a whole V one RR. Just those two parts.

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Front bumper is VZ082
Rear mount is VZ083
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Old 02-22-2002, 11:12 AM   #1622
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Hey DTM,

Thanks for the info!
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Old 02-22-2002, 11:39 PM   #1623
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Does anyone know what the part number is for the VoneR rear sway bar?
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Old 02-26-2002, 12:46 AM   #1624
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Hey everyone, where is a good mail order house to get V-One R parts? I can't find parts anywhere, and I have had bad experiences with Tower Hobbies. If anyone knows of a place to get parts, please let me know. Thanks alot and good racing.
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DCR1TWO - Part is VZW003
Nemisis - In the US I think you are pretty much stuck with Tower.
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Old 02-26-2002, 09:12 AM   #1626
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Hey everyone, where is a good mail order house to get V-One R parts? I can't find parts anywhere, and I have had bad experiences with Tower Hobbies. If anyone knows of a place to get parts, please let me know. Thanks alot and good racing.
Try Castle Hobbies in San Jose, Calif., they do phone, mail, internet orders(www.castlehobbies.com). Speedtech carries hopups but not factory parts (www.speedtechrc.com). In my area, L.A., Pegasus hobbies also carries stuff (www.pegasushobbies.com). Pegasus may not have stuff listed on line, but you may call them up to see if they'll ship stuff out. There's also Ultimate Hobbies (www.ultimatehobbies.com). They also may not list what you need, but may have parts in house. Good luck.
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DCR1TWO - Part is VZW003
Nemisis - In the US I think you are pretty much stuck with Tower.
Thanks for the info.
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Old 02-27-2002, 11:47 PM   #1628
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Can someone post all the final drive ratios for all the different pinion/spur combinations for the V-ONE R? It would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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Can someone post all the final drive ratios for all the different pinion/spur combinations for the V-ONE R? It would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
I am too lazy. Download this sheet:

http://test.nice.com.au/ed/voner.pdf

Down the bottom are all the possible combos.

Hope this helps.
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Old 02-28-2002, 04:53 AM   #1630
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do you experienced v1r drivers recommend lightning the 1st gear holder? amg i read you say once that a mate of yours did this? was it effect? how much, and how did he cut the 1st gear holder. can't get kawahara and want to try it myself.
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do you experienced v1r drivers recommend lightning the 1st gear holder? amg i read you say once that a mate of yours did this? was it effect? how much, and how did he cut the 1st gear holder. can't get kawahara and want to try it myself.
Yep a friend of mine has done this. Honestly this is one of those 1/100th mods. I rate mods in 1 second, 1/10th second and 1/100th second mods. The slight acceleration difference a light drivetrain will give you is not that particularly noticable, but your laptimes should drop very marginally. For a big track like Moorebank it may be worth the marginal difference. My friend basically cut the webbing out of the holder and it became a Y shape.
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The weight difference between the stock 1st gear adapter and the kawahara lightweight adapter is .1 g..... ...I weighed out the difference before i installed the kawahara piece....
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The weight difference between the stock 1st gear adapter and the kawahara lightweight adapter is .1 g..... ...I weighed out the difference before i installed the kawahara piece....
pfft! i gram. if your car is dirty you've already lost the advantage.
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Keep in mind it's rotating mass though!
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I read somewhere that 1g rotating mass is roughly equal to 10g car mass.

VWO, I recommend that you change your drivetrain shafts to titanium or hardened aluminum...that's where you can really see the difference...
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