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Old 09-01-2003, 11:24 PM   #8821
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If I am not wrong the EVO is using the V1s's roll bar holder.
Yes you are wrong

The V1S standard front roll bar mount is actually on the top deck and the front roll bar is a wire type. This was also used on the V1R foam tire edition, both the gold and silver versions.

The EVO front bar mount is a completely new moulding and the bar retension setscrews are now bottom loading and thread far more deeply into the material so they are less prone to stripping the mount unlike the old holders.
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Old 09-02-2003, 06:40 AM   #8822
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Did anybody notice the new EVO has new shock diaphragms? W6006.
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Old 09-02-2003, 07:29 PM   #8823
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Evo assembly almost done... but now facing problem in installing the sterring servo horn. Is anybody have a effective idea how to install that. What the proper sequence is? I tried to acces the screw for the servo horn from side ( which the updeck already screwed ) but the front pulley blocked me..
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Evo assembly almost done... but now facing problem in installing the sterring servo horn. Is anybody have a effective idea how to install that. What the proper sequence is? I tried to acces the screw for the servo horn from side ( which the updeck already screwed ) but the front pulley blocked me..
Attach the servo horn before putting on the top deck. You attach the steering linkage after the top deck is on. It is important to use the correct spacer to go between the steering servo and it holder. Otherwise the servo horn will not be in the correct position and you will be unable to get to the linkage.
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Old 09-02-2003, 09:44 PM   #8825
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Attach the servo horn before putting on the top deck. You attach the steering linkage after the top deck is on. It is important to use the correct spacer to go between the steering servo and it holder. Otherwise the servo horn will not be in the correct position and you will be unable to get to the linkage.
That steering linkage is an ABSOLUTE NIGHTMARE to get on ... I nearly spat the dummy .
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Its Chrismas in Sept.

I got my little package today

Thanks Santacore or is it Manticlause
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That steering linkage is an ABSOLUTE NIGHTMARE to get on ... I nearly spat the dummy .
Me too.....
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Old 09-02-2003, 11:47 PM   #8828
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AMGRacer,
even though the new EVO front stabilizar bar holder is of a new mold, do you think/know if the v-one-rr stab bar holder will fit the new lower arms of the EVO conversion?
I'm still in the mist -- since a sales rep from Precision R/C says that the 3Racing (KV006) aluminum front stab bar holders for the v-one-rr will work.
I would rather ask you since you (IMO) have alot of knowledge about the v-one-rr and EVO conversion
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Old stuff question - The 5th body post from Kfactory. Is it give any good?
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Did anybody notice the new EVO has new shock diaphragms? W6006.
Harder or what?
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Old 09-03-2003, 09:46 AM   #8831
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Evo assembly almost done... but now facing problem in installing the sterring servo horn. Is anybody have a effective idea how to install that. What the proper sequence is? I tried to acces the screw for the servo horn from side ( which the updeck already screwed ) but the front pulley blocked me..
The instructions show that the servo horn should be installed before the top deck get's screwed down. If you need to adjust the horn after it's all together (like I did) , just take the screws out of the middle block, and there's enough room to get a driver in there.
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Its Chrismas in Sept.

I got my little package today

Thanks Santacore or is it Manticlause

You must have been a good boy all year - Merry Christmas, HAG.
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Old 09-03-2003, 01:06 PM   #8833
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Anybody have a decent setup for the V-ONE-RR on a bumpy track using rubber tyres?

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Old 09-03-2003, 02:53 PM   #8834
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Damn! I just checked and the guide at the rear that stops the body moving sidways was upside down and restrictiond suspension movement.

It should work OK now!!
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Manitcore,

Where did you get the left side brace on your Evo?? I have been searching all over and have yet to find someone that is selling it. Do you have a web address or telephone number??

Thanks in advance,

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