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Old 06-13-2003, 03:35 AM   #7786
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I have been away for the last couple of days so excuse me if i'm a bit slow but has anyone else realised that the RR EVO conversion kits are now available? If someone has said this sorry but there doesn't look like there is any word on the complete kit yet
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Sorry about that guys, I think what i saw was a pre-order thing. It was in jap so it was hard to understand but i think from what i could decifer it is available mid next month for about $120US. Didn't see nething about the complete kit though
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The RR front belt is VZW012.
The R front belt is VZ069.

They are both the same length and are interchangable, but the RR belts are the soft "SP" ones.
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The RR front belt is VZW012.
The R front belt is VZ069.

They are both the same length and are interchangable, but the RR belts are the soft "SP" ones.
Thanks!
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V1RR EVO conversion set for V1RR will be available July 2003 or earlier. very competitve price and comes with all options that you cannot get from a standard EVO kit.

kit including 7075 main chassis, graphite upper deck, ajustable front roll centre bulk head, front one way and more and more.
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Hey, I was going through some pages of this thread and saw that some people use the floating rear body mount. I myself use it when I use the Lola body. But then I saw that their body posts are longer. Is there a thing that I could put so that I can use the floating body mount with regular bodies? Thanks in advance!
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V1RR EVO conversion set for V1RR will be available July 2003 or earlier. very competitve price and comes with all options that you cannot get from a standard EVO kit.

kit including 7075 main chassis, graphite upper deck, ajustable front roll centre bulk head, front one way and more and more.
Manticore: can you let me know if it comes out in overseas in July or in the U.S?? If so i am going to pre-order one.
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Manticore, also do you have the link for the conversion kit info? if so you can post it that be great. thanks
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Kyosho have a pair of body post for the floating mount. They are designed to screw on top of the two little post of that floating mount. I don't remember the part number though.

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Hey, I was going through some pages of this thread and saw that some people use the floating rear body mount. I myself use it when I use the Lola body. But then I saw that their body posts are longer. Is there a thing that I could put so that I can use the floating body mount with regular bodies? Thanks in advance!
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Kyosho have a pair of body post for the floating mount. They are designed to screw on top of the two little post of that floating mount. I don't remember the part number though.
Is this them? - VZ098.
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7075 Hard Main Chassis
Carbon Upper Deck
Adjustable roll centre Front Bulkhead
Servo Saver Set
Tower Bar
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2nd Spur Gear
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Front Swing Shaft
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Front Suspension Plate
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2nd Pinion Gear
clutch Ball Bearing
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Is this them? - VZ098.
Yes.
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Thanks Wolf and Taylor-Racing!
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hi, i have an STS RS12 and here's my problem:
when i let the engine idle for about 10 seconds and give it full throttle, the engines just dies. It doesn bog down, or stutter or anything, it just dies=/ does anyone kno what this means? I've been told thatr means teh low-speed needle is to rich.
any ideas??
any help would be greatly appreciated
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When your happy with your HSN, set the LSN 4 1/2 turns out and try it from there. Might be a tad rich depending on your temps on the HSN. I ran mine at about 250 f and the LSN was 4 1/2 turns out with the HSN set for that temp.
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