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Old 11-01-2003, 09:08 AM   #9631
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0.8M gears

Is it possilbe to just replace the orginial V1RR gears with these new 0.8M gears without using the conversion kit? or there are soemthing else has to be replace before it will fit onto the V1RR?
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Is it possilbe to just replace the orginial V1RR gears with these new 0.8M gears without using the conversion kit? or there are soemthing else has to be replace before it will fit onto the V1RR?
No mods needed for gear change
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what's the benefit from changing it over to 0.8M gears? Thanks.
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Old 11-01-2003, 10:47 AM   #9634
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Hello,
For my first post, look at my V-One RR evolution

It's a base V-One R japan cup, to fransform RR evo
I modified a support of receptor in carbon, because mine is very large; and my accu is an 4,8 Volts because I gains 35 grams !!!
and I modified a support rear shock

Besides that, my new car is powerfull compared to my old car (V-One S)
My engine is a R&B X12, servo futaba S9402.

like option, full titanes, reinforcement carbon k-factory, disck brake shimo, etc....

excuse my English because I'm french

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Old 11-01-2003, 11:15 PM   #9636
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what's the benefit from changing it over to 0.8M gears? Thanks.
No real benefit, just tighter mesh, it may quieten drive train noise
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Old 11-01-2003, 11:17 PM   #9637
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Hello,
For my first post, look at my V-One RR evolution

It's a base V-One R japan cup, to fransform RR evo
I modified a support of receptor in carbon, because mine is very large; and my accu is an 4,8 Volts because I gains 35 grams !!!
and I modified a support rear shock

Besides that, my new car is powerfull compared to my old car (V-One S)
My engine is a R&B X12, servo futaba S9402.

like option, full titanes, reinforcement carbon k-factory, disck brake shimo, etc....

excuse my English because I'm french

bye



Looks good English probably better than mine
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Old 11-02-2003, 02:41 AM   #9638
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Thanks HEYALIGNMENTGUY

Look's my site http://monsite.wanadoo.fr/JRTeam and http://monsite.wanadoo.fr/rccontrol
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what's the benefit from changing it over to 0.8M gears? Thanks.
Cheaper spur gears.......500 Yen.....instead of 700 Yen.......
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The 0.8M gears are supposedly more efficient.
. . . . . and yeah, with the Y200 saving, you'll soon have enough to buy a yacht.

OK, the secret's out - we stripped a spur today.
Geeez, I'm an idiot.
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OK, the secret's out - we stripped a spur today.
Geeez, I'm an idiot.

And Den ...................................


Come on Gav, we know you want to brag, tell the story.


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OK, the secret's out - we stripped a spur today.
Geeez, I'm an idiot. [/B]

Hey Gav, I think you should at least mesh the gear before you put the car on the track
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two cars at our track dusted there 1st spur gears today.
Breif incounter!
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And Den ...................................


Come on Gav, we know you want to brag, tell the story.


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Ahhhh . . .
Well, I really wasn't fishing - not this time, anyway.

Naturally I was happy for my driver but would have preferred they fought it out tooth and nail. As it turned out, he just had the least crippled car and was able to gain an extra place.

. . . . still, his pit-man did a masterfull job and as I always say, ya take the wins where ya find 'em.
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Hey Gav, I think you should at least mesh the gear before you put the car on the track
Grrrr . . I did mesh them. . . . and yesterday, I was thinking how much I liked that Tamiya thread locking compound, too.
I guess it's back to 243 for those engine screws.
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