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Old 08-12-2003, 09:11 PM
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Anybody dare to put down the alum handle of V1RR on the EVO? If we installed it at the position of the original plastic one, once it hit the ground up-side-down, I'm afraid that the graphite deck will be torn.
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Do you guys know who has the Evo conversion in stock that has reasonable prices and will ship to the US?
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Originally posted by SteveP
Do you guys know who has the Evo conversion in stock that has reasonable prices and will ship to the US?
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attention to Mr. Lam

He is helpful and cheap !!

ops, i mean he offfers reasonable price.
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What screwdriver did you use??
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Old 08-13-2003, 01:25 AM
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Hi guys,
Can I actually use the evo conversion kit to convert my V1R into evo?
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Old 08-13-2003, 01:52 AM
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I think you will find www.rc-champ.co.jp far cheaper than Harmony for the Evo conversion kit it's about 11700 YEN. On what screwdriver i used for the EVO i used a Philips #2 and some muscle .
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Old 08-13-2003, 04:12 AM
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Originally posted by Manticore
the major differences between RR and EVO are the front end suspension geometry and the chassis CG.
Yep, understood.
I sometimes wonder if we are all getting sucked in by this low CG thing - I mean, we lower the steering servo and then promptly install an engine with an 11 fin head.

I'd really like a lay-down engine.
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Originally posted by F&K
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Can I actually use the evo conversion kit to convert my V1R into evo?
Yes you can, but the conversion kit expects you to have a RR, so doesn't include some bits like the Centax, front hand-shake anti-roll bar etc.
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finish converting to EVO. Takes about 3 hrs to do it. only problem is front swaybar cos hinge pin bend.
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Originally posted by Taylor-Racing
Yep, understood.
I sometimes wonder if we are all getting sucked in by this low CG thing - I mean, we lower the steering servo and then promptly install an engine with an 11 fin head.

I'd really like a lay-down engine.
low CG as in comparison. unfortunately we cannot run a lay down engine but the EVO has much lower CG compares to RR.

It is a pity that kyosho didnt reword on the rear end as well as the engine placement to provide much lower CG of the car.
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Old 08-13-2003, 07:11 AM
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Originally posted by tl2111
finish converting to EVO. Takes about 3 hrs to do it. only problem is front swaybar cos hinge pin bend.
tommy will you be able to have that review for me soon? send me a PM
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Check out the V-One RR on EBAY, I don't have the exact link but just put in V-One RR in search, it looks like a great deal.
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will the old universals work on the evo now?
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Default break the barrier !

just break the barrier !

you dont need this if you run kyosho clutch !!
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