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Old 01-08-2004, 07:06 PM   #10246
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Luckily we have one big track closed recently. The stock gear of V1 really couldn't compare with others at large track.
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Just cleaned all the bearings and rebuilt the shocks and everything. My Evo is hungry again. Manti, don't forget the food.

BTW, I'm still for the Charge rear sway bar over Kawa. It's scary for missing the left brace.

The G4 belts are way too ugly.

Ah, I need a strong pipe too. But I won't raise the dump question on the choice to go.
You put dangerous food with my 1:1 car !!

haha, you should know what is a strong pipe to go with.
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Luckily we have one big track closed recently. The stock gear of V1 really couldn't compare with others at large track.
you can go to AXO but you need to pay more. i am surprised to see such kind of entrance fee structure.
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Old 01-08-2004, 07:36 PM   #10249
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You put dangerous food with my 1:1 car !!

haha, you should know what is a strong pipe to go with.
What? Your B4 eats O'donnel?
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Old 01-08-2004, 07:38 PM   #10250
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you can go to AXO but you need to pay more. i am surprised to see such kind of entrance fee structure.
No AXO charges $60 for whole day including parking. But I agree with you that you pay more at AXO since you'll consume more tires there. That's why I always say that GP is more expensive than EP.
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Old 01-08-2004, 07:44 PM   #10251
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What? Your B4 eats O'donnel?


we should use the gallon up this week end and i will help you to do that.
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Old 01-08-2004, 07:45 PM   #10252
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No AXO charges $60 for whole day including parking. But I agree with you that you pay more at AXO since you'll consume more tires there. That's why I always say that GP is more expensive than EP.
but EP rubber tire is more exp then GP foam tire in HK.
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we should use the gallon up this week end and i will help you to do that.
You're always generours to us. How dare I refuse you, my friend?
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but EP rubber tire is more exp then GP foam tire in HK.
But rubber lasts 10 times longer than foam.
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But rubber lasts 10 times longer than foam.
i would say 10 runs max but not 10 times
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Old 01-09-2004, 03:45 AM   #10256
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You're always generours to us. How dare I refuse you, my friend?
i better bring a 1/8 GP whatever to make sure we will clean up the food
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Old 01-09-2004, 10:13 AM   #10257
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Guys;

Has anyone tried mounting the larger diameter Front sway-bars from an MTX3 or Evo on the V1R's?

Looks like they would fit with a slight modification to the holders and won't develop a tweak like the smaller bars do.

Thanks,
Sorry to bug, but has anyone some insight?
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Old 01-09-2004, 12:38 PM   #10258
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I have heard that the new carbon composite front and rear suspension arms from Kyosho RR Evo are for sale now, but where can i get them??

Anyone have the link to the Charge website, or any site selling it?

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Sorry to bug, but has anyone some insight?
Sorry pop's - I didn't answer 'cos we never had the problem.
For what it's worth we ran the K-Factory alloy holders on the old "R". These holders don't have an eccentric adjustment and we never had a tweak situation induced by the bars, though it was close at times. I'd confess the non-adjustability did make me nervous. I didn't know the bars were of different diameter between the various V-One models.

Therefore, I'd think you might be suffering from a bent bar and a new set of bars would see the issue go away.
I guess another thing to consider is that if you're going to drill the holders, it'd better be accurate or you may end up with tweak induced at the holders - probably a worse situation, particularly if it's a lateral inaccuracy.

Maybe other's can shed some light.
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Old 01-09-2004, 06:08 PM   #10260
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would the tweak be rectified with the eccentric adjustor? the original bar is already a bit too stiff to my liking and what's the point to put on a thicker bar to "fix" the tweak?
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