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Old 09-04-2003, 07:07 PM   #8896
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GRP front and rear. They are 37 front and I think 37 rear.
i believe either your tire is a bit hard for your track. usually softer tire will give you cone shape with smaller diameter on outter edge and harder tire will give you cone shape on inner edge of the tire.
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Old 09-04-2003, 07:09 PM   #8897
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I just finished building my V-one RR, with a Sirio/trinity S12 SME TUp Pro 5 port Engine that I bought. I've be searching the Web, but there doesn't seem to be such an engine for Sirio. All I can find is Sirio s12 TUP pro. Has anyone else seen or have such an engine. It's got a blue cylinder Header.
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Old 09-04-2003, 07:11 PM   #8898
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i believe either your tire is a bit hard for your track. usually softer tire will give you cone shape with smaller diameter on outter edge and harder tire will give you cone shape on inner edge of the tire.
So your EVO has same tire wear as your old V1RR? It is possible that the tire is too hard, but 37 seems soft already.
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Old 09-04-2003, 07:14 PM   #8899
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So your EVO has same tire wear as your old V1RR? It is possible that the tire is too hard, but 37 seems soft already.
i didnt have time to fully test on my EVO yet. but my tire worn flat on 37 shore tire, light blue springs, 4' camber and our track is medium traction.
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Old 09-04-2003, 07:22 PM   #8900
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i didnt have time to fully test on my EVO yet. but my tire worn flat on 37 shore tire, light blue springs, 4' camber and our track is medium traction.
You think the light blue is softer or harder than the black?
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Old 09-04-2003, 07:25 PM   #8901
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You think the light blue is softer or harder than the black?
i think they are similar
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Old 09-04-2003, 07:26 PM   #8902
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The 5th body post is installed in front of the steering servo:



Fantom pistons are the pistons used in the Fantom Evolution the latest car. They have different sized holes in them.
Sorry guys still with this question the 5th body post - any good?
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Sorry guys still with this question the 5th body post - any good?
The 5th body post seems to be useful to keep the body from deforming at high speed.
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Hi guys, I have finished my EVO and when i came to setting it up there was a HUGE tweak in the chassi somewhere. So what i have done is checked all the shocks and they are all the same size, tyres are the same diameter for front and rear, the springs are in the right place and everything is mounted in equal holes!? I have even take the top deck off and it makes no differece so i doubt that can be causing the tweak. when i say huge i mean about a 4mm variation from front left to right rear. has anyone else encountered these problems or have any other ideas, becuase i am pretty much stumped. any ideas would be much appreciated.
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Hi guys, I have finished my EVO and when i came to setting it up there was a HUGE tweak in the chassi somewhere. So what i have done is checked all the shocks and they are all the same size, tyres are the same diameter for front and rear, the springs are in the right place and everything is mounted in equal holes!? I have even take the top deck off and it makes no differece so i doubt that can be causing the tweak. when i say huge i mean about a 4mm variation from front left to right rear. has anyone else encountered these problems or have any other ideas, becuase i am pretty much stumped. any ideas would be much appreciated.
Funnily enuff we were just talking about this.............

If your front droop settings are right, your shocks are equal and the tires are equal it will be the front swaybar. Twist the adjusting knobs on the swaybar until the tweak disappears.
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Hi guys, I have finished my EVO and when i came to setting it up there was a HUGE tweak in the chassi somewhere. So what i have done is checked all the shocks and they are all the same size, tyres are the same diameter for front and rear, the springs are in the right place and everything is mounted in equal holes!? I have even take the top deck off and it makes no differece so i doubt that can be causing the tweak. when i say huge i mean about a 4mm variation from front left to right rear. has anyone else encountered these problems or have any other ideas, becuase i am pretty much stumped. any ideas would be much appreciated.
Funnily enuff we were just talking about this.............

If your front droop settings are right, your shocks are equal and the tires are equal it will be the front swaybar. Twist the adjusting knobs on the swaybar until the tweak disappears.
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What are the 'adjusting knobs' on the front swaybar?
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Hello All I am in the process of changing my M1RR to EvoM1RR

Have most of you used the new Spurs and pinions

Looks like they changed the pitch on the gears.
also want to know does it have the same final gear ratio as before(1st and 2nd) ?
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I just finished building my V-one RR, with a Sirio/trinity S12 SME TUp Pro 5 port Engine that I bought. I've be searching the Web, but there doesn't seem to be such an engine for Sirio. All I can find is Sirio s12 TUP pro. Has anyone else seen or have such an engine. It's got a blue cylinder Header.
What is SME stand for

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it is mugen MTX3 receiver cover which can be direct fit without any modification.
Hello Manticore,

Nice job done there, any ideal what fail safe unit good for fitting onto the EVO.

BTW do you have one on yours? Any pics to show?

Or can the MTX3 reveiver box accommodate Both receiver & a fail safe in it?

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