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Old 11-21-2002, 11:30 AM   #5416
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Jedi the most important thing that Pattella forgot to mention.
ie a front oneway not the easiest thing to drive if you are a newby as you have to drive with a lot less brakes.
So as he said learn to drive the V1R and set it up.
then when your confident driving that car and can see what changes to setup does what to the car then upgrade.
Because just getting a newer car wont make you a better diver..
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Old 11-21-2002, 11:46 AM   #5417
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I am need help I need to put a front diff from parts and need to get the part # please help
Where do you all get parts for the y-oner over seas or from tower
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Old 11-21-2002, 12:28 PM   #5418
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Do u have a pic of your car?
which one?

Na seriously I've had no problems with the kfactory tank or the stock tank.
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Old 11-21-2002, 02:06 PM   #5419
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New fuel tank seals can be purchased for the voner tank. The part No. is 92050-01. There is no real difference in the handling of the car between the two tanks.
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Old 11-21-2002, 06:48 PM   #5420
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New fuel tank seals can be purchased for the voner tank. The part No. is 92050-01. There is no real difference in the handling of the car between the two tanks.
which means that the real culprit is the fuel tank seal? anyway, my k tank is on the way, will install it this weekend. but i am quite sceptical that this tank does improve the overall stability of the car...
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Old 11-21-2002, 07:22 PM   #5421
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I am need help I need to put a front diff from parts and need to get the part # please help
Where do you all get parts for the y-oner over seas or from tower
These are the parts you need to build Front and Rear Diffs:

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BS107 Bevel Shaft
VZ012 Diff Gear Set
VZ009 Diff Pulley Set
VZ015 Diff Joint
Diff Oil

You will need 2 of the VZ015 if you plan on building both front and rear diffs. I believe Tower has all of the items in stock.
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Old 11-21-2002, 10:52 PM   #5422
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Patella: Did you order those gears
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Manticore: I got my package in the mail today
Boy that was faster than the last one you sent me
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Manticore: I got my package in the mail today
Boy that was faster than the last one you sent me
Great!!
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Old 11-22-2002, 05:49 AM   #5425
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Great!!
Manticore- your favourite friend from PG says the Rossi engine SUX......Siro Rulez!!!!

Did you hear the story about Kyosho getting the 3 ports and 5 ports mixed up in the boxes???
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Manticore- your favourite friend from PG says the Rossi engine SUX......Siro Rulez!!!!

Did you hear the story about Kyosho getting the 3 ports and 5 ports mixed up in the boxes???
who are you talking about??

I know that. It is simple to find it out looking from the exhaust port. There should have 2 small ports at each corners of the exhaust.
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who are you talking about??
Your favourite guy who likes to replace his conrods after 1 gallon of fuel!!
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Your favourite guy who likes to replace his conrods after 1 gallon of fuel!!
I think he is so nice to run in conrod for his customer !
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Old 11-22-2002, 12:01 PM   #5429
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Use a #4 or 3mm split lock washer to keep the caphead screw from backing out on the 2 speed. I would use one on the Centax also if you have one.

No mess from threadlock and you can take the screw out when you want.
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Old 11-22-2002, 03:10 PM   #5430
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What hop up parts are recomended to lighten up the V1rr? Ive been looking into Kawahara parts but I am not exactly sure what would actually make the car lighter. Ive also seen that Kyosho makes some titanium parts. Which ones would be helpful? I was thinking turnbuckles and titanium screws, but I'm not sure if Kyosho makes a screw set specifically for the RR. Any advice would be great. Thanks
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