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Old 04-12-2003, 09:38 AM   #6586
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Eh.. i am slow do u have ne pix?
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Old 04-12-2003, 10:02 AM   #6587
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Eh.. i am slow do u have ne pix?
Sorry, no pic's - no digi cam.
Just have a go and follow the method. It will become pretty obvious, where everything needs to go.
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Old 04-12-2003, 01:11 PM   #6588
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AH!!!! when u say gather all the wires and fold on top of reciever? are u saying put all the wires in the reciver box then put in the reciever itself?
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Old 04-12-2003, 09:15 PM   #6589
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ok racers i hear you all goin on about the m1rr can you please tell me what you mean, and whats the rumours going around about the new v1rr????
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Old 04-12-2003, 11:18 PM   #6590
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ok racers i hear you all goin on about the m1rr can you please tell me what you mean, and whats the rumours going around about the new v1rr????
The m1rr is, mugen rear uprights from the mtx3 installed to make rear rollcenter adjustable

the new v one rr has front gear diff and rubber tires

supposed to be legal for the Kyosho cup
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Old 04-12-2003, 11:30 PM   #6591
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thanks for that info beacause i just brought a new v1rr and i would be dissapointed if new model is coming out?? is there???

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thanks for that info beacause i just brought a new v1rr and i would be dissapointed if new model is coming out?? is there???

Jeremy
No new model that I know of.

Oh yea Congrats, its a great car, if you have the time read this thread from the beginning you will get some good info

Just remember, getting through the Bull Sh!t is half the fun A
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Old 04-13-2003, 02:39 AM   #6593
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No new model that I know of.

Oh yea Congrats, its a great car, if you have the time read this thread from the beginning you will get some good info

Just remember, getting through the Bull Sh!t is half the fun A
Thanx for the info HEYALIGNMENTGUY !
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Old 04-13-2003, 06:04 AM   #6594
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AH!!!! when u say gather all the wires and fold on top of reciever? are u saying put all the wires in the reciver box then put in the reciever itself?
OK, heres a new improved explaination of the method.

Run the steering servo wire under the top deck - to do this, drill a hole beside the servo and use a rubber grommet to protect the wire from chafing on the sharp edges of the hole. You want to do this to get all the wires routed to the same place - not one wire above the deck and the rest below.

Gather all wires and fold them on top of the receiver. Use a rubber band or two to hold the folded wires to the receiver. The rubber band just makes it easier for the next step. Stretch a balloon over the receiver and wires and use a cable tie to strap it to the holder. Screw the holder into place.
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For the guys who run the light blue springs. What tracks you running this on? My car with gear diffs front and rear was dialled with the blues. When I went to the oneway front blues are terrible.
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For the guys who run the light blue springs. What tracks you running this on? My car with gear diffs front and rear was dialled with the blues. When I went to the oneway front blues are terrible.
AMG, what light blue springs? Are you talking about the Mugen springs?
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AMG, what light blue springs? Are you talking about the Mugen springs?
fantom light blue. I am running it with front oneway and rear LSD at a tight medium track. very good.
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AMG, what light blue springs? Are you talking about the Mugen springs?
Yeah they are referring to the Fantom springs. I bought the entire set! Also got the M1RR conversion working now in the backup car! Man is it sweet! So many settings...so little time.... I just might have to convert my other one too!

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No new model that I know of.

Oh yea Congrats, its a great car, if you have the time read this thread from the beginning you will get some good info

Just remember, getting through the Bull Sh!t is half the fun A
That's what I noticed. This thread is actually pretty entertaining.
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AMG, what light blue springs? Are you talking about the Mugen springs?
I was talking about the Kyosho V1R Light Blue springs.
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