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Old 03-09-2004, 09:33 PM   #10636
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A LHS mention to me that the rigid rear axle for V1RR Evo is better combo with Front OneWay. But if I plan to use front diff instead, anybody have opinion on the effect?

Anybody have experience on below combo? And what is your opinion on the car and driving performance. Appreciate that. Thank You.

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1. Front diff with rear rigid axle
2. Front LSD/TCD with rear rigid axle
3. Front OneWay with rear rigid axle.
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Old 03-09-2004, 09:56 PM   #10637
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OK fellas I think I can help.

Side manifold for and side exhaste engine Kyosho #39053

Tower hobbies has it in stock for 33.99

I had to dig up my V one R directions since this car has been through all the mods. Thanks to this thread

You will probably need to run the V one R clutch

Cluthch shoes #um210

pilot shaft #vz067

two shoe fly wheel #vz065
Correct me if i am wrong...but there is no need to buy the last 3 items if your SE engine comes with a pilot shaft and not a standard threaded one. Since you own a V1RR, you can use the centax clutch that comes with it on the pilot shaft SE engine.
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Old 03-09-2004, 10:19 PM   #10638
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Correct me if I am wrong but the OS CV-R has a standard shaft not a SG shaft

Also the side manifold was designed for the V one R to use the side stiffener.

Yea maybe it may cost less in the long run but it is possible to run a side exhaust engine in the Evo/RR
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Old 03-09-2004, 10:38 PM   #10639
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Hey heyalignment guy, your right that the CVR comes with a standard shaft. But it also comes with a pilot shaft version.

http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXAGD0&P=0

Just a suggestion...instead of running a V1R clutch, why not stick to the centax clutch given and just change the crankshaft of the OS CVR engine to a pilot crankshaft #LXXF09. Pretty sure that the engine performs better with a centax. Cheers.
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Old 03-09-2004, 10:44 PM   #10640
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Hey heyalignment guy, your right that the CVR comes with a standard shaft. But it also comes with a pilot shaft version.

http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXAGD0&P=0

Just a suggestion...instead of running a V1R clutch, why not stick to the centax clutch given and just change the crankshaft of the OS CVR engine to a pilot crankshaft #LXXF09. Pretty sure that the engine performs better with a centax. Cheers.
I had no Idea that the CV-R came with a CG shaft.

I personally dont need it I have been running the Kawahara Micro clutch and a RB X12 5 port turbo. I am waiting to see how the new JP or the RD logics/Richey engine fair

I was trying to help jihernandez/ I think I started or helped a debate
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Old 03-09-2004, 11:31 PM   #10641
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winter time?

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Old 03-10-2004, 02:31 AM   #10642
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How much more run time do you think it gets with the extra mile of tubing and multiple fuel filters? LOL LOL
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some people are just to creative.
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nice setup there bro... its seems that you really want those fuel tubing used... very creative indeed...
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Old 03-10-2004, 08:35 AM   #10645
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A LHS mention to me that the rigid rear axle for V1RR Evo is better combo with Front OneWay. But if I plan to use front diff instead, anybody have opinion on the effect?

Anybody have experience on below combo? And what is your opinion on the car and driving performance. Appreciate that. Thank You.

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1. Front diff with rear rigid axle
2. Front LSD/TCD with rear rigid axle
3. Front OneWay with rear rigid axle.

Combo #3
This is a combo that i am running in a large speed track. It is indeed fast to have this combo, especially into corners and straight course, i have to say it reaps !!! As mentioned by Manti, you will have to run more throttle time, means you can apply your brake later, i took up his tips and the result is awesome.
but one thing to borne in mind is the tire wear rate for the rear tire is definitely not a desirable thing, it wears so much faster than the front. So there's pros and cons to consider.
hope this helps.
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Old 03-10-2004, 11:58 AM   #10646
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Combo #3 with drag brake. (slight brake applied with neutral throttle) works best for me but the tyre wear is bad. 3 sets of rears to 1 of front
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Old 03-10-2004, 03:42 PM   #10647
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Front one-way, solid-rear tire wear

What shores are we talking about?

At the club level track I run [ran] at , 42front/40rear Ufras was about the norm for 1/10 touring through 1/8 open [40/40 was a common starting point given to new racers or for those with new rides]. It was weathered asphalt [now it has a fresh new coat with awesome traction with the sun shining on it].

Could you combat it by increasing the rear shore rating [without sacrificing rear-tire traction] to off-set the tire wear enough to at least complete a main? With the exception of ROAR sanctioned events, most small to medium sized club races are 10 to 15 A mains and 5 to 10 B/C mains.

Even at large-sized tracks, could the higher-rating-rear tire be enough to maintain competitive traction and endurance of the main [or qualifiers for that matter]?

Or is this simply contingent on car, operator-style and track conditions?

Boy, I hope my logic isn't completely backwards!
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Old 03-10-2004, 10:08 PM   #10648
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Got both in the box, found the soild in the rear made the car to loose, and I only run the one way on the larger tracks. . but IF some body would post a good strating set up for a soild and one way, I may give it another try when the season starts up here in Washington. rain rain and more rain......
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How much more run time do you think it gets with the extra mile of tubing and multiple fuel filters? LOL LOL
MMMMMMMMMMMMMM would not want to trace down a air leak with that mess. I was trying see were he stuck the fuel bottle at.
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Old 03-12-2004, 09:26 AM   #10650
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Combo #3
This is a combo that i am running in a large speed track. It is indeed fast to have this combo, especially into corners and straight course, i have to say it reaps !!! As mentioned by Manti, you will have to run more throttle time, means you can apply your brake later, i took up his tips and the result is awesome.
but one thing to borne in mind is the tire wear rate for the rear tire is definitely not a desirable thing, it wears so much faster than the front. So there's pros and cons to consider.
hope this helps.
Thanks for the input! Seem like i have to experience with the Combo #3. As to gain the max of it.
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