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Old 06-06-2003, 01:31 AM   #7681
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Guys... this weekend i'm going to join a race in form tires. So it will be my first form tires race... any advice on what to look for once I used rubber tires to form tires setting -tuning ?

Is the toe and camber should be ok for both ?
time is tight for you !! there is no absolute setting or one universal setting because different skill level, driving style, engine power and tire used !

you might want to go back several posts back and take the setting sheet as starting point.
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Old 06-06-2003, 01:33 AM   #7682
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hell no !! i used to be snaker !
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I just bought LSD for my M1RR . What exactly this LSD will give us? And how should I handle the driving sytle and change ?
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Old 06-06-2003, 02:22 AM   #7683
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I just bought LSD for my M1RR . What exactly this LSD will give us? And how should I handle the driving sytle and change ?
it gives extra rear traction especially off power steering. the car has become more stable on the back straight and you may keep a more agile line.
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it gives extra rear traction especially off power steering. the car has become more stable on the back straight and you may keep a more agile line.
Kyosho 1 or the kawahara 1 better??
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Kyosho 1 or the kawahara 1 better??
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Old 06-06-2003, 01:02 PM   #7686
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And where can i get one? It is more for low bite conditions right
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Old 06-06-2003, 01:18 PM   #7687
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TCD stands for Traction Control Differential and LSD stands for Limited Slip Differential.

Hello guys! I decided to register to this forum. I'm from Finland and have a hopped up V-one R.
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What's the difference between the two? Pros and Cons
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For my knowledge there is no difference. Both names are used for the same kyosho diff.

I have one too.
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hey guys! im back from my long winter/srping Rc break=)
i fixed up my v-one-rr today after school and boi is she pertty
anyhow, i hope u all had a great winter and spring, later for now
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TCD stands for Traction Control Differential and LSD stands for Limited Slip Differential.

Hello guys! I decided to register to this forum. I'm from Finland and have a hopped up V-one R.
Kyosho use the term TCD for their "TCD"

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Old 06-06-2003, 10:04 PM   #7692
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Default Re: Shaft driven VOne RR..... ????

Looks like its a super10 chassis

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Shaft drive V1R.



Is this the new shaft drive version of VoneRR ??

Ppl having talking abt it over here for sometime, but nobody can confirm....

Is it on sale now ? How much is the price ?
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Kyosho use the term TCD for their "TCD"

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any piece for the TCD??
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Lightbulb The Adjustable Differential

Here is some info The Adjustable Differential

As stated on the main section page, the term adjustable differential is somewhat of a misnomer as the majority of differentials have some degree of adjustability.
The adjustable differential we refer to in this article is a relatively simple derivative of the open differential. Although there are different designs and implementations they work by the same principle as the example used here.

Adjustable differential that uses Belleville Washers to apply pressure to the sun gears.
This increases the resistance between the gears and stiffens the action of the differential.
As it is adjustable, the 'diffing out' associated with the open differential can be reduced or completely eradicated.
The adjustment is provided by a modified grub screw which allows quick and easy access for track side adjustments.
As far as the internal parts are concerned, they are the same ones that are fitted inside a normal open differential.


If not present on the non-adjustable type, steel thrust washers are fitted behind the the sun gears to stop the forces generated by the belleville washers wearing the casings.

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Emmm... that photo is cystal clear on the front droop setting.. thanks.
Here some more info on Suspension Droop

Suspension droop is defined as the amount of downward suspension movement there is in the wheels of a model car. The base measuring point for this droop can either be the chassis or the ride height of the car.
It is responsible for keeping the wheels in contact (or not!) when the front/rear of the car rises or falls - like going into a corner, braking/accelerating or going over bumps.
More droop obviously allows for more wheel travel to keep the tyres in contact with the track surface, but this is at the cost of agility - the car will not change direction as quickly.
The general rule of thumb with droop would be to have just enough to cope with the track you are racing at and no more.
You must also consider the affect that the damping and springing on the car has with increased droop as they have to be able to react quickly enough to move the wheel in and out of any holes, etc..

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