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Old 07-21-2002, 08:44 PM   #3121
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hi can i know what size of the rear foam tyres u guys use???
26mm or 30mm
hey lone... some people use 26 some use 30......
If u want to find out more.. drop by the track and look around

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Old 07-21-2002, 10:46 PM   #3122
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Does the kawa engine mounts on the counter sunk washers for the screws like the kfactory ones?
There are no countersunk washers for the Kawahara mounts
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Old 07-22-2002, 07:45 AM   #3123
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yup you need a different chassis to take the 4mm mount.
3 racing V1RR main chassis has 4mm engine mounting holes but the chassis has light accuracy issue. the long belt is tight with it.
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Old 07-22-2002, 07:53 AM   #3124
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i thought you were being sarcastic....

anyway just put it in via the glow P hole put the plug back in and spin it on the starter box. don't worry about putting too much the extra oil will go to the engine bearing and protect that. any excess usually comes out via the bearing.

i use a oil which is available in k mart called 3 in one.

I didn't mean to come across as sarcastic, I just wanted to know how you guys use after run because I read so many different opinions on it.

Thanks for the replies!
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Old 07-23-2002, 02:35 PM   #3125
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V-One RR Rear Hex Adaptors

I have a question on the Rear Hex Adaptors that come with the V-One RR.

I know that the Rear Dogbones are shorter than the Front Dogbones to keep the V-One RR at the 200mm limit, but in the rear does the V-One RR use the Rear Hex Adaptors that are narrow in size (normal, with NO offset)? Or are they WIDE Hex Adaptors (with Offset)? To use 30mm Rear Foams with the V-One R you have to use the aftermarket WIDE Hex Adpators so the tire itself won't rub against the rear hub carrier, but since the V-One RR has shorter rear dogbones and a different rear-end design I am not sure if it still uses or needs the WIDE Hex Hubs in the rear-end of the car. I race on a ROAR track so it has to be kept to a 200mm maximum.

I am thinking about upgrading to Aluminum Hex Adaptors for the V-One RR. I just want to make sure to get the right size Aluminum Hex Adaptors for both front and rear before I buy them.

Thanks in advance!
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Old 07-23-2002, 02:44 PM   #3126
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Hmmmm, Not sure if anyone has touched on this subject but 98.9% of the parts on the Trinity Reflex work on the V-One R. Isn't that a little weird
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Old 07-23-2002, 04:05 PM   #3127
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I have a question on the Rear Hex Adaptors that come with the V-One RR.

I know that the Rear Dogbones are shorter than the Front Dogbones to keep the V-One RR at the 200mm limit, but in the rear does the V-One RR use the Rear Hex Adaptors that are narrow in size (normal, with NO offset)? Or are they WIDE Hex Adaptors (with Offset)? To use 30mm Rear Foams with the V-One R you have to use the aftermarket WIDE Hex Adpators so the tire itself won't rub against the rear hub carrier, but since the V-One RR has shorter rear dogbones and a different rear-end design I am not sure if it still uses or needs the WIDE Hex Hubs in the rear-end of the car. I race on a ROAR track so it has to be kept to a 200mm maximum.

I am thinking about upgrading to Aluminum Hex Adaptors for the V-One RR. I just want to make sure to get the right size Aluminum Hex Adaptors for both front and rear before I buy them.

Thanks in advance!
It uses the normal hex adaptors. A 2mm spacer is inserted between them and the bearing to space it out.
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Old 07-23-2002, 10:14 PM   #3128
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Hey Manti..........any word on those Ts
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Hey Manti..........any word on those Ts
Oh, the TiCore will be available next week !!
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Old 07-23-2002, 10:28 PM   #3130
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Oh, the TiCore will be available next week !!

Oh OK Your the one in Charge
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Old 07-23-2002, 11:16 PM   #3131
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Has anyone here ever tried the 24t rear pulley conversion?

CRAZY top speeds, better mileage, longer engine life, smooth rolling resistance.

Some dudes at my shop beat me to it, but from what I've felt when pushing their cars across the floor, its VERY smooth (from the conversion alone).

All sounds good to me, mine will be done soon....
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Has anyone here ever tried the 24t rear pulley conversion?

CRAZY top speeds, better mileage, longer engine life, smooth rolling resistance.

Some dudes at my shop beat me to it, but from what I've felt when pushing their cars across the floor, its VERY smooth (from the conversion alone).

All sounds good to me, mine will be done soon....
are you talking about the pulley that connects the rear diff to the 2 speed shaft or the rear side pulley?
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The pulleys on the 2-speed shaft, yes. There are 2 of them.
One goes to the rear diff, the other goes to the front mid pulley.

CRAZY CRAZY CRAZY!!!!!!

Can't wait.

Oooh by the way it is even better if you lighten the shafts with titanium ones. Which are on the way as well
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Both stock ones are 19t. The mod uses 24t aluminum ones.
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Both stock ones are 19t. The mod uses 24t aluminum ones.
so the mod is changing the 2 pulleysto 24T? what happens if i have the RR side pulley mod already done? will it work? won't this mod give too much drive to the rear?
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