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Old 07-31-2003, 04:35 AM   #8266
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That's ***kin' radical. Manticore you have some hardcore modifying guru's over there. That has to be the wildest and ingenius ride I've seen to date.
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Old 07-31-2003, 11:17 AM   #8267
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i cannot read japanese but I think it is a rotatory engine on a V1R

You're right it's a OS rotary engine 49-P1
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Old 07-31-2003, 01:07 PM   #8268
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Hey Guys!!!! quick question i just started using my voner and i notice there is 2 screws for the shifting adjustment do I adjust both of the screws or one of them?
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Old 07-31-2003, 02:12 PM   #8269
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U adjust both of them, for the 2 spped to work properly
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Old 07-31-2003, 04:05 PM   #8270
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I want one! (rotary engine)

I wonder if they sound like the real thing?
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Old 07-31-2003, 04:15 PM   #8271
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The rotary does not look out of place in there!! Whoever did it did a damn nice job.

I am a rotary fan from way back (owned a RX3, RX7 84 model and RX& 93 model).
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Old 07-31-2003, 04:17 PM   #8272
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My Evolution is dispatched from HK last night Cant wait for it to get here..........!!

Here is the tracking number so we can all watch its progress EE602 330 346HK

There are two other guys on this forum who say they have kits, Nemisis and V1RR Kid. Have you built it or run it yet????
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Old 07-31-2003, 05:23 PM   #8273
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AMG what do you do? I am always hearing you buying new kits or something!!!! IT"S CRAZY!!!
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Old 07-31-2003, 05:52 PM   #8274
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AMG what do you do? I am always hearing you buying new kits or something!!!! IT"S CRAZY!!!
I work in the IT industry with a product called SAP. I get paid pretty well for somebody who knows nothing!!

I used to spend a heap of money on my 1:1 cars, so I am actually cutting back by spending on RC
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Old 07-31-2003, 06:15 PM   #8275
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My Evolution is dispatched from HK last night Cant wait for it to get here..........!!

Here is the tracking number so we can all watch its progress EE602 330 346HK

There are two other guys on this forum who say they have kits, Nemisis and V1RR Kid. Have you built it or run it yet????
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Just did a re-arrangement of the rear shocks use bulk head hole for lay down positon and little modification to use the rear sway bar as well. its give you the shock angle as MTX3. tested on a dusty netball court, feel excellent coming out of the corner car just 4 wheel drift and then grabs, lots of grips under this condition. just can't wait for my EVO kits landed, so that I have a complete lay down version of V1RR.

will test it in moorebank this weekend. report will post it later.
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Old 07-31-2003, 06:18 PM   #8276
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I work in the IT industry with a product called SAP. I get paid pretty well for somebody who knows nothing!!

I used to spend a heap of money on my 1:1 cars, so I am actually cutting back by spending on RC
No AMG if work for SAP then you know something, I used to service their Server in Sydney.
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Just did a re-arrangement of the rear shocks use bulk head hole for lay down positon and little modification to use the rear sway bar as well. its give you the shock angle as MTX3. tested on a dusty netball court, feel excellent coming out of the corner car just 4 wheel drift and then grabs, lots of grips under this condition. just can't wait for my EVO kits landed, so that I have a complete lay down version of V1RR.

will test it in moorebank this weekend. report will post it later.
Now you know why I have always run at this setting!...try it with a rear solid shaft also!.
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Now you know why I have always run at this setting!...try it with a rear solid shaft also!.
Can you achieve the same feel with a softer spring or shock oil? My understanding of layed over shock is that it makes the spring rate and shock oils "lighter"?
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Can you achieve the same feel with a softer spring or shock oil? My understanding of layed over shock is that it makes the spring rate and shock oils "lighter"?
I think this should be in opposite, the more lay down of shocks the more packing effect compare to standing up shock, spring rate will be same only harder damping.
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Now you know why I have always run at this setting!...try it with a rear solid shaft also!.
using TCD at the moment for better turn it .
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