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Old 12-07-2001, 11:25 PM   #826
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I don't think the weight in the rear will make that much of a difference,buy the advantages will be greater downforce especially through the turns
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Old 12-08-2001, 02:08 AM   #827
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I don't think the weight in the rear will make that much of a difference,buy the advantages will be greater downforce especially through the turns
Dude, I can tell you that the there are bunches of stuff for the floating body support and I think it is equal to 2 rear a-arm there at least.
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Old 12-08-2001, 08:19 AM   #828
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Dude, I can tell you that the there are bunches of stuff for the floating body support and I think it is equal to 2 rear a-arm there at least.



YEA, But I bet you can't wait to get one
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Old 12-08-2001, 08:29 AM   #829
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Dude, I can tell you that the there are bunches of stuff for the floating body support and I think it is equal to 2 rear a-arm there at least.



YEA, But I bet you can't wait to get one
sure i do !
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Old 12-08-2001, 08:35 AM   #830
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where is the cheapest place on the net i can order a v-OneRR??
someone talked about "control centre" or something, what is their link? email adress??

i really want a v-one R with options right out of the box..
does anyone have pics of it???
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sure i do !


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i really want a v-one R with options right out of the box..
does anyone have pics of it???


check out page 24 on this thread
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Old 12-08-2001, 03:34 PM   #833
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Hey matincore which diff in the front you think will work better? The lsd or the active diff? Btw how does the active diff work?
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Hey matincore which diff in the front you think will work better? The lsd or the active diff? Btw how does the active diff work?
the LSD is for the rear end to avoid one of the wheel from spinning.

I personally prefer front one-way but if you insist on a gear diff in the front, use a gear diff. If you run on different track very frequent, active diff is the choice as you dont need to change diff oil everytime you go to different track. Otherwise just stick with a stand gear diff in the front.
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Thank you Manticore. I am running the negative diff in rear right now. So there's not much of a difference if i had the lsd in front instead of the regular diff? I am sort of leaning toward the active diff since I run different sometimes. Do you know how the active diff work? Also I forgot to mention that I am running rubber. Thanks for your helpl
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Thank you Manticore. I am running the negative diff in rear right now. So there's not much of a difference if i had the lsd in front instead of the regular diff? I am sort of leaning toward the active diff since I run different sometimes. Do you know how the active diff work? Also I forgot to mention that I am running rubber. Thanks for your helpl
the actice diff design is to have a set screw on one side of the outdrive to limit its speed when rotate. other then that, nothing much different from a normal gear diff
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So do you reccomend the lsd in front and the negative in rear or the regular diff in front and negative in rear? Thanks for you help.
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So do you reccomend the lsd in front and the negative in rear or the regular diff in front and negative in rear? Thanks for you help.
read again on the last few postings.
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Old 12-08-2001, 11:12 PM   #839
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Manticore I notice you have the square titanium main shaft I heard the roller bearing will wear into the shaft (something about the rockwell rating) have you notice this? I just want to clarify this before buying it.
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Manticore I notice you have the square titanium main shaft I heard the roller bearing will wear into the shaft (something about the rockwell rating) have you notice this? I just want to clarify this before buying it.
on the main shaft, the roll bearing of the 2speed device runs on the roller adaptor, not the main shaft.
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