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Old 04-25-2003, 10:00 PM   #6766
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V one RR evolution Kit 38000 yen out in June.

Should have picture by May 15th (Shizuoka Hobby Show) under the following links

www.hobby-one.co.jp


Just spent whole life saving on a MTX 3, now I need to rob a bank...
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Old 04-25-2003, 10:13 PM   #6767
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OK Brendale setup for those who have asked

Front:

Oneway diff
2 degree camber
12 degree caster
1 degree toe out
10 pitch servo saver
70 wt shock oil
red v1rr springs
high front shock mount on lowest setting
Enneti 40 shore tires
4mm ride height
0mm droop
Swaybar at 45 degree angle

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Kyosho TCD diff with 10K oil
3 degree camber
4mm spacers under MTX3 rear hubs and lowest inboard setting
2 degrees toe in
6mm droop
4mm ride height
50 wt shock oil
red or light blue v1rr springs
Black swaybar
Enneti 40 shore tires
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Old 04-25-2003, 11:09 PM   #6768
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thanx amg for the set up!
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Old 04-25-2003, 11:28 PM   #6769
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While i was putting on the engine today on my V one R i found that i couldnt MESH the gears. I tried every position on the engine mounts and moving it side to side and up and down and couldnt mesh the gears. Im thinking that the pinions that were on the 1st gear had smaller teeth and couldnt mesh up with the 49th gear. Please let me know how i can fix this problem because i was schedule to run this car tomorrow.

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Old 04-26-2003, 01:24 AM   #6770
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Thanks AMGracer for the set up post will try it out, and tell you how I go.

Thanks again Graeme
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Old 04-26-2003, 01:33 AM   #6771
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While i was putting on the engine today on my V one R i found that i couldnt MESH the gears. I tried every position on the engine mounts and moving it side to side and up and down and couldnt mesh the gears. Im thinking that the pinions that were on the 1st gear had smaller teeth and couldnt mesh up with the 49th gear. Please let me know how i can fix this problem because i was schedule to run this car tomorrow.

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Are you running the Kyosho Clutch or the Mugen Clutch ???

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Old 04-26-2003, 01:34 AM   #6772
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hey finchy did you get your car fully set upp yet??
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Old 04-26-2003, 03:19 AM   #6773
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damo just about there now I'm just waiting on an exhaust system should be here next week. Too lazy to drive over the south side to pick it up. Who know what happen south of the river.
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Old 04-26-2003, 03:25 AM   #6774
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so finchy you like the car so far and what exhaust system you getting??
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so what clutch setting did you set it at?????
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Old 04-26-2003, 03:30 AM   #6776
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Yeah the car is fairly straight forward to build, parts all fitted nicely no hand fitting required which is a change from most other kits. Just waiting on a Nova in-line exhaust coming over from Mt Gravatt. Other than that can't wait to get it down the track for a bit of track time. Hopefully I'll have better luck with this than the NTC3

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Old 04-26-2003, 03:31 AM   #6777
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Well the manual says 2 mm but I'll just set it at 0.5 - 1 mm at the moment I have to run my S3 in on the car so I don't want the clutch too tight.
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Well the manual says 2 mm but I'll just set it at 0.5 - 1 mm at the moment I have to run my S3 in on the car so I don't want the clutch too tight.
just remember its a soft spring so its all trial, i havent used mine yet but i set mine at all the way in and one turn out!
if i have probs i will switch back to a mugen gold
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As I understand it, Enetti use Japanese rubber for rear's and GRP for the fronts or something - not sure. I believe the 40's were the issue, here. Our local guys stopped using the fronts but were happy with the rears . . . though it might be the other way around.

What's your opinion on the Enetti's compared to Zac's or Active. ?
Don't think so (I haven't tested troroughly the Zac ones, only used one set last year). Zac project seems that use Japanese foam for the Front and Rear tyres (rears wears like Iron and at almost pace than fronts, but are quite expensive). A set of Zac can cost about 42 or 45 Euros versus the 23 or 25 that cost an Enetti/GRP set, UFRA is slightly cheaper about 20 Euros set.

A set of Zac costs me almost the same as a complete set for my MRX3, so are expensive.

With all the info I have seems that the Enetti uses a slightly different scheme than Ellegi (and other GRP brands) about using Japanese foam on front and using a quite different foam at rear (the rear used at Enneti isn't European foam - Some said Japanese some said American foam -, wears and grips quite different than the GRP ones).

Only you can do it is love it or hate it. Seems that are getting quite success here and are starting to be used by many racers (some time ago were only few that used).
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Old 04-26-2003, 03:42 AM   #6780
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So Jeremy do you think that will be set to lose. Took me ages to screw it down to 1mm, that nut is F**kin' tight on that clutch. I think like you said it will be trial and error. Hopefully next weekend will be the debue ( Saturday ) if I can get some fuel by then as well. I wish that tree would turn green a bit quicker
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