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Old 07-31-2003, 08:19 PM   #8281
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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!!
SAP consultant? Ok, I know how much they get paid
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Old 07-31-2003, 08:36 PM   #8282
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I just got my kit, not the conversion. I will be building it soon.
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Hey man,

Good news Where did you get it from???

I am keen to know how it looks and performs!
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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"?
It ran so well that I never bothered taking it off the car, I still have a NIB alloy rear shock tower.....also, I haven't run the thing for about a year now!!
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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
SAP.....as in the inventory handling system???
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Does anybody know whether the IFMAR legal weight limit of 1725g applies with or without fuel load?? Ie. car + tires + body only?
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Does the RR Evo only come in the Lola version or does it also come in the GT version?

I'm thinking of getting myself one somewhere on the horizon !
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I'm pretty sure that the weight is taken right after the final with the car dry.
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Does anybody know whether the IFMAR legal weight limit of 1725g applies with or without fuel load?? Ie. car + tires + body only?
From the IFMAR web site:
1.9___ Minimum weight without fuel: 1725.00 grams (including transponder).

. . . and yes, it includes tyres, and body - essentially as it comes off the track and empty of fuel. This may be different to how it went onto the track. i.e. you wouldn't want to be relying on a 2 gram overweight margin unless you plan for zero tyre wear.
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Old 08-03-2003, 04:32 AM   #8291
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Thanks guys, mine is coming in at 1789g dry right now. Need to shed another 64g. Should be pretty easy as I have not really tried too hard yet.

As you can probably tell I got hold of a set of scales

Some interesting figures:

56mm foam tire - 17g
65mm foam tire - 21g
Rubber tire - 30g
Body with paint - 108g
Fuel - 63g
5 cell pack - 97g
Kyosho solid - 42g
Kyosho diff - 56g
Kawahara diff - 62g
Rody 5 port - 219g
JP RS12 s3 - 207g
Rossi R12 - 231g
10 normal 3x10 - 5g
screws
10 ti 3x10 screws- 3g
3 racing 1way + - 13g
1st gear
normal 1way + - 15g
1st gear
NR pipe - 42g
NR inline - 23g
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Gentlemen,
We had a good race day, today. My driver qualified second and won the main - Who's your Daddy!

After coming off 9th best in the usual first corner shemazzle, he managed to work his way back and take the lead about three minutes after the final pit stop - phew. It was a good steady drive leading a trail of broken, wounded and limping MTX-3's. It just doesn't get any better than this, does it?

On a slightly sad note, this might be the last outing for our faithfull "Vintage V-one-R" - that is, if our EVO arrives this week.

Anyone want to buy a winning car? - I'll probably be keeping the driver.
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Thanks guys, mine is coming in at 1789g dry right now. Need to shed another 64g. Should be pretty easy as I have not really tried too hard yet.

As you can probably tell I got hold of a set of scales

Some interesting figures:

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Ain't it funny - Kyosho quotes 1900g for their V-one-R and everyone starts buying scales. OK, I confess, we were just discussing buying a set of scales at dinner tonight. My driver told me that Safeway would not be cool with me weighing the car on their deli scales . . . . something about the health department, he said.

Your examples certainly are interesting. I was always told the Kawahara diff was much heavier than the Kyosho one, but could never prove different.
Could you explain this last bit? - It doesn't seem right, somehow?
NR pipe - 42g
NR inline - 23g
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Gentlemen,
We had a good race day, today. My driver qualified second and won the main - Who's your Daddy!

After coming off 9th best in the usual first corner shemazzle, he managed to work his way back and take the lead about three minutes after the final pit stop - phew. It was a good steady drive leading a trail of broken, wounded and limping MTX-3's. It just doesn't get any better than this, does it?

On a slightly sad note, this might be the last outing for our faithfull "Vintage V-one-R" - that is, if our EVO arrives this week.

Anyone want to buy a winning car? - I'll probably be keeping the driver.
Gavin

V1RR made a rare win at Moorebank today TQ'ed and win by 10 laps in 30 mins final. driver brian faded making 2 mistake in race, Sirio engine debut still running little rich but its improving. should have the EVO converted by next meeting.
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Ain't it funny - Kyosho quotes 1900g for their V-one-R and everyone starts buying scales. OK, I confess, we were just discussing buying a set of scales at dinner tonight. My driver told me that Safeway would not be cool with me weighing the car on their deli scales . . . . something about the health department, he said.

Your examples certainly are interesting. I was always told the Kawahara diff was much heavier than the Kyosho one, but could never prove different.
Could you explain this last bit? - It doesn't seem right, somehow?
NR pipe - 42g
NR inline - 23g
manifold + springs
The actual pipe is 42g and the manifold + springs + gaskets are 23g.

I mainly got the scales to see what the stock EVO will weigh, no hopups on board. I hope less than 1900g!
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