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Old 07-08-2002, 07:52 PM   #3016
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The V One RR shocks have different rod ends for the shock shaft and also they are mounted via a long grub screw and then a ball is screwed onto it.

The RR's rear suspension geometry is completely diffferent from the R. It has a more laid down shock position by using a new shock tower. Because of this new design the bulkhead brace for the rear is also different.

As for the dogbone and axle, you dont need to change over to the shorter units if you dont plan to run 30mm foams. the RR dogbones are shorter w/ longer axle to accomodate for 30mm foams but still maintaining a 200mm width.
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Old 07-08-2002, 09:13 PM   #3017
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Default Solid rear axle

What is the advantage of using solid rear axles like the Kawahara unit? I saw pix from the Sedan Nats and a few factory drivers are using it.
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I am here I am here, What's up man?

Nothing much here, Just have not seen you around this thread in a wile, was missing some of that wisdom you spread
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Nothing much here, Just have not seen you around this thread in a wile, was missing some of that wisdom you spread
Here is another wisdom I want to share !
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Hey Nice wisdom, must be yours

How about some gearing knowledge I would like to get some more punch when I launch the car, mostly in 1st gear

1 should I change my spur to a larger gear, If so what part# is it

2 get a centax clutch

wisdom always appreciated
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anth. what part are need if i want to use sedan body on my RR???
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Hey Nice wisdom, must be yours

How about some gearing knowledge I would like to get some more punch when I launch the car, mostly in 1st gear

1 should I change my spur to a larger gear, If so what part# is it

2 get a centax clutch

wisdom always appreciated
centax clutch is always a good choice to improve performance. I use mugen clutch for my V1RR.

there is not much choice for V1RR spur gear. standard is 44/48. Options are 1st gear 47 and 49 and 2nd gear is 45.

Dunno about the part number
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Hey Nice wisdom, must be yours

How about some gearing knowledge I would like to get some more punch when I launch the car, mostly in 1st gear

1 should I change my spur to a larger gear, If so what part# is it

2 get a centax clutch

wisdom always appreciated
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i think u will get more punch if u change to the centax....
it so much diff frm the stock clutch...
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centax clutch is always a good choice to improve performance. I use mugen clutch for my V1RR.

there is not much choice for V1RR spur gear. standard is 44/48. Options are 1st gear 47 and 49 and 2nd gear is 45.

Dunno about the part number
Thanks
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centax clutch is always a good choice to improve performance. I use mugen clutch for my V1RR.

there is not much choice for V1RR spur gear. standard is 44/48. Options are 1st gear 47 and 49 and 2nd gear is 45.

Dunno about the part number
part num for kyosho centax is VZ090...
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i think u will get more punch if u change to the centax....
it so much diff frm the stock clutch...
Can I call you Samuri

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part num for kyosho centax is VZ090...
I have been thinking of trying the Kawahara one
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I have been thinking of trying the Kawahara one
check with ah10, he is running with the kawahara ss clutch. I have both kawahara clutch for V1RR and MTX2 but I am too lazy to put them on.
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check with ah10, he is running with the kawahara ss clutch. I have both kawahara clutch for V1RR and MTX2 but I am too lazy to put them on.
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