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Old 08-20-2002, 11:54 PM   #3586
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I was told that now being sold overseas (I believe in Asia and Europe) Kyosho just released a new Rubber Tire Version the V-One RR GT. Terence from the rcmodel.com.hk online shop states he has them in stock. I have a question about the V-One RR GT Rubber Tire Version. What is the difference between the V-One RR GT Rubber Tire Version and the V-One RR GT Foam Tire Version? Is the only difference the tires (one kit having foam and one kit having rubber), or is there actually different parts used in each of the kits?

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I would imagine the rubber tire version would have gear diffs instead of a one way and solid axle and yes rubber tires
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Old 08-21-2002, 12:08 AM   #3587
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i'm curios is what does the v one rr gt kit include?
http://www.kyosho.com/cars/kyoc0458.html
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Old 08-21-2002, 12:18 AM   #3588
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it doesn't say anything
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Old 08-21-2002, 12:29 AM   #3589
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it doesn't say anything
There are three pictures and this text. What more do you want to know?

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The new V-One RR version boasts an adjustable 3D clutch that ensures stable, constant clutch engagement.
Comes equipped with an aerodynamic Dodge Stratus body from Protoform!
Upper arms are connected directly to turret-link body mounts to optimize down force effect.
High-density adjustable stabilizers feature an efficient center-ball connecting system.

You’ll still find all these performance perks on the V-One RR:

Two-speed automatic transmission
Consistent-gripping foam tires
Weight centered on the chassis to enhance stability
Adjustable, oil-filled threaded dampers
3mm thick 17S hardened duraluminum chassis
Adjustable king pin, camber and caster angles
A special fuel tank that directs fuel overflow away from radio gear
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ok... but wouldn't be there a difference between a v one rr and a v one rr GT? i asked what the v one rr GT had???????
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Old 08-21-2002, 01:24 AM   #3592
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ok... but wouldn't be there a difference between a v one rr and a v one rr GT? i asked what the v one rr GT had???????
this question has been asked over 10 times in this thread !!
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ok ok no need to get angry at me
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Old 08-21-2002, 02:14 AM   #3594
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ok ok no need to get angry at me
sometime the answer can be found by just lookin at the previous post....maybe before u post some thing..
do some research....
asking a generic thing will give you generic answer..
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ok ok no need to get angry at me
I didnt mean it. But you said you have gone thru the whole thread and I think you should know what is the differences.

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sometime the answer can be found by just lookin at the previous post....maybe before u post some thing..
do some research....
asking a generic thing will give you generic answer..
Tks Bud.
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Tks Bud.
you are welcome manti......
your buddy here is killin me with all his new toys
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ok... but wouldn't be there a difference between a v one rr and a v one rr GT? i asked what the v one rr GT had???????
The link I gave you is a link to a V1RR GT information page on www.kyosho.com. Therefore the list is what it has.
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Just to let you all know last weekend at the Queensland State Titles in Oz Kyosho took out 1st and 3rd place with the V1RR GT car kit.

These things were FAST and the equal of anything else on the track.
i race at the track that most of the nsw dudes race at (moorebank) and the quickest guys at this track race trinitys, mugens, serpents and kyoshos. funnily enough though there's been a small increase in the amount of drivers shifting to mugen. alex kousos being probaly the most noted moving from neo to v1r then a short time to gs finally mugen. along with a few up and comming quick guys who use to race v1r's( not the double R) moving to mugens.

i was also told by a mate that ric uses 47/43 main gears??? supposedly these gears are only available to team drivers? true not true? either way i'll find out from ric, but in the mean time do you v1r users know anything about this?

question im looking to change my v1r shocks to ones that are a little smoother. which shocks absorbers are the smoothest? mugen, serpent etc? or would it be one of the electric brand shocks from hudy or associated?
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Questions,

I have the Standard VOne R, and I got the Wide axles and swingshafts, now are these specifically to be used with the wide foams or will they work with standard rubber tires, I run the 26mm HPI Advans.
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