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Old 05-12-2003, 01:53 AM   #7126
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Let me know your email and I will send it. It is just a blank V1R setup sheet.
What springs are you using at you track?

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Old 05-12-2003, 01:55 AM   #7127
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Yeah I hope so I have to get some track time up at club days, as you know I've been held back a bit with my previous car. So unless something comes up like work I'll be there with bells on.

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If I go out on saturday I will ring you to see if you wont to come out to the track.

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Old 05-12-2003, 02:32 AM   #7128
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If I'm not working I'll be there. (maybe I should get a life) This hobby is a little too addictive. As they say do what you like and you can't take your money with you when you leave.

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hey finchy i wont be racing at all but i ran my new rod in at tuned my engien up and its a rocket!!!!

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Old 05-12-2003, 11:57 AM   #7130
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Default Need help with the receiver in V1r

Hi all v one..s/r/rr gurus....

I just got my v1r and was building it untill i hit the receiver bit....

What are u guys using to protect ur little receivers....???

i would very much prefer a box of some sort as compared to the balloon tips.....I have posed this question to the singapore v1r thread and it seems that K factory has one that fits the stock radio plate....

anyone here have any experience on this????

any other receiver boxs that will fit the stock radio plate....

Kindly advice.....

thanks in advance
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Old 05-12-2003, 01:55 PM   #7131
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Hi all v one..s/r/rr gurus....

I just got my v1r and was building it untill i hit the receiver bit....

What are u guys using to protect ur little receivers....???

i would very much prefer a box of some sort as compared to the balloon tips.....I have posed this question to the singapore v1r thread and it seems that K factory has one that fits the stock radio plate....

anyone here have any experience on this????

any other receiver boxs that will fit the stock radio plate....

Kindly advice.....

thanks in advance
Hi adriel

I use the K Factory receiver box it dose the job well. But you have to mod your top deck so the box will fit here pic of the top deck that Iam using on my RR it is the K factory top deck and this is the part no of the top deck K1102 .

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Old 05-12-2003, 06:20 PM   #7132
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Default Re: Need help with the receiver in V1r

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Hi all v one..s/r/rr gurus....
would very much prefer a box of some sort as compared to the balloon tips.....I have posed this question to the singapore v1r thread and it seems that K factory has one that fits the stock radio plate....

anyone here have any experience on this????

any other receiver boxs that will fit the stock radio plate....

Kindly advice.....

thanks in advance
I use the Balloon technique myself and dont seem to have any prblems with that as once its on your fine. I just made a small insertion to allow me to change crystals. But I have seen the K factory reciever box and that also seems to work well.
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Old 05-12-2003, 06:27 PM   #7133
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Default Shock spring setting front to rear

Hello Guys, If I put the spring hardnest from 1 to 10 ( 1 hardest and 10 is the softest ) what will be the combination for front and rear for a track? Meaning if we believe that track need to use no. 7 for the rear, the front should be around..? How much the gap different should we consider?
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Hello Guys, If I put the spring hardnest from 1 to 10 ( 1 hardest and 10 is the softest ) what will be the combination for front and rear for a track? Meaning if we believe that track need to use no. 7 for the rear, the front should be around..? How much the gap different should we consider?
I run a 5 lbs. differnce in spring tension.

I don't know how you drive or how the car is reacting so its a hard Q to answer
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Hey HAG

Have you seen the new Kyosho shaft drive 200mm touring car? Looks like a V1R replacement.
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Have you seen the new Kyosho shaft drive 200mm touring car? Looks like a V1R replacement.
I saw the drawings, I think I will stick to belts with my Nitro car, leave the shafts to the EP
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Old 05-13-2003, 12:14 AM   #7138
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Hey HAG

Have you seen the new Kyosho shaft drive 200mm touring car? Looks like a V1R replacement.
What about the V one RR evo that is more likely to be the R raplacement leaving the shaft drive car as an alternative car to have.
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boycey you going to sticK to your mugen or you goin to drive a real car, wich is called the voneRR!

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Default Man's Chassis ? What Crap !

A chassis is a chassis, some have slightly different layout and some work better for some people. There is no MAN"S chassis they are all scale models and thought model's were for kid's. I admit I'm one of the biggest kids you'll ever meet. And Jeremy you shouldn't comment like that in your last post, some people might take offense to how you put your veiw across even though you might be saying it as a joke . People have the right to make a choice what car they would like to run , ,as you know Mugen dominate at our local track, and all the drivers share the knowledge freely between each other. We're all big kids in my eyes, some of us are just a bit older and wiser this probally make's us kids in mens bodies. A real car is something you drive on the road something , I don't think you can do yet, this is a hobby not a who's the best or who's got the best chassis for racing. If you want to go and drive a man's car go and join a Formula 1 team.



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